Oxford

Film, Going Out, Oxford, Theatre

MAMMA MIA comes to Oxford

  FULL casting has been announced for the sensational feel-good musical MAMMA MIA! which comes to the New Theatre Oxford from November 14 – 25 as part of its UK tour.   Helen Hobson (Donna […]

Europe, London, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Biomethane perfectly positioned to meet new renewable fuel targets

With more than 80 AD plants across the UK already producing biomethane, the UK AD industry has sufficient capacity today to produce enough biomethane to power 80% of the UK’s entire bus fleet and the […]

Buckinghamshire, Dorset, Gloucestshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Law, Lawyers, London, Oxford, Oxfordshire

THAMES VALLEY LAW FIRM WARNS OF COPYRIGHT RISKS OF SHARING PHOTOS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Businesses and individuals need to be aware of the potential copyright risks of sharing pictures through social media, warns leading law firm Blake Morgan. With World Photography Day taking place on Saturday (August 19), copyright […]

Bus, Business, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire

STAGECOACH OUTLINES BLUEPRINT FOR BUS SERVICE PROVISION TO HELP PLAN NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

  Company publishes document to assist local authorities and other stakeholders in considering bus operations when they are planning for new homes Stagecoach warns that failure to build in public transport to new developments has […]

Europe, Julia Gasper, Oxford, Oxford University

Elizabeth Craven: Writer, Feminist and European

An interview by Jolanta Ryba This Question and Answer interview with the rising star of biography writing, and well-known Oxford historian  Julia Gasper, about her latest book, a biography of Elizabeth Craven. How different was […]

Art, Julia Gasper, Lifestyle, Oxford, Oxfordshire

RAPHAEL DRAWINGS at ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM Oxford.

A review by Julia Gasper   Did you know that Raphael the painter wrote poetry? That is one thing I learnt today from the special exhibition of drawings by the Florentine master who was a […]

Music, Oxford

STRINGS OF LIFE

A review by Hugh Jaeger Galilee Quartet Mostafa Saad – violin  Gandhi Saad – violin Omar Saad – viola Tibah Saad – ’cello supported by PalMusic and Amos Trust St Margaret’s parish church, Oxford, 6 […]

Lifestyle, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Reading

SPARE  A  THOUGHT  FOR  SPAIN   

By   Graham Salter On Saturday 1st April, I went to the FT Oxford Literary Festival to hear William Chislett’s talk “Challenges facing the New Spain” On the same day I was alarmed to read […]

Going Out, Oxford, Review

Alice in Wonderland gets the musical treatment

A review by Justyna Olszowa   (20 February 2017) Wonderland the Musical came to Oxford’s New Theatre. Wonderland is an enchanting musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. […]

Art, Heritage, Music, Opera, Oxford, Oxfordshire

La Boheme at Oxford’s New Theatre

A review of La Boheme by Nicholas Newman Ellen Kent’s production of La Boheme at Oxford’s New Theatre 16 February 2017. La Boheme perhaps one of Puccini’s most famous operas, set in Paris’s Latin Quarter of […]