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Let's misbehave launch at Blenheim Palace.

Cocktails, Dance & Dinner at Blenheim Palace

Travel back in time to the Roaring Twenties as Blenheim Palace invites you to a magnificent Cocktail Dinner Dance on 13 March, celebrating this famously decadent decade. As part of the Palace’s new temporary exhibition, […]

by February 19, 2020 0 comments Blenheim Palace, Eating Out, Events, Family, Food, Going Out
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - JULY 25, 2018: Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp before match against Manchester City during 2018 International Champions Cup game at MetLife stadium

Woodstock Town FC “will struggle to survive” without new ground offered by development site

The future of an Oxfordshire football club with over a century of history is in “jeopardy” unless it can move to a new location. Woodstock Town FC, which began life around 1911-12, urgently requires a […]

by February 11, 2020 0 comments Going Out, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Press release, Sport
Madama Butterfly

Madama Butterfly performed by Ellen Kent Opera at New Theatre Oxford

We must mention the admirable performance of little Jessica Man as Madame Butterfly’s child, not a singing rôle, but nevertheless crucial in its way. It is the final cruelty of being deprived of her child that completes Butterfly’s tragedy.

by January 26, 2020 0 comments Going Out, Julia Gasper, Opera, Oxford, Review, Theatre
La Boheme production at Oxford's New Theatre image provide by Ellen Kent International

La Boheme at the New Theatre Oxford

A review by Nicholas Newman La Boheme is one of Puccini’s best operas, which is worth seeing again and again. It is brilliantly written and narrated and constructed in both its story and music. This […]

by January 25, 2020 0 comments Europe, Events, Going Out, Opera, Oxford
voco® Oxford Thames Helping to  Save Local Owls

voco® Oxford Thames Helping to Save Local Owls

Oxford hotel partners with local non-profit Chrissie’s Owls to help local bird life thrive

by December 17, 2019 0 comments Food, Going Out, Oxford, Oxfordshire