Key Stage 3

A Tender Thing : Chipping Norton Theatre, May

Calling all Romeo and Juliet fans.. Thursday 3 May – Saturday 12 May A TENDER THING A Chipping Norton Theatre HomeGrown Production. Ben Power’s unique and moving play imagines the star-crossed lovers at the end […]

Key Stage 1

Live Screenings at Amey Theatre, Abingdon

Exciting news over at Abingdon’s Amey Theatre for everyone in the family… Ever since the theatre has had a large projection screen with surround sound and a satellite link – this means the venue can be used […]

Key Stage 1

Visit: The British Motor Museum, Gaydon

Today, we explore the newly refurbished British Motor Museum, which has the largest collection of historic British cars. You can take a walk down the ‘Time Road’ and discover how both motoring and family life […]

Over 60s

Celebrations with Sanctuary Care

The festive cheer will be flowing and the mince pies warming when Sanctuary Care homes in Oxfordshire throw open the doors to invite people from their local community to their yuletide fayre. Three beautiful cares […]

Over 60s

Not Just Betjeman!

John Betjeman, Poet Laureate from 1972 until his death in 1984, had a long relationship with Oxford, and the Vale of the White Horse which motivated some of the best known of his lyrical poetry which highlighted an English way of life. […]

Over 60s

Let the memory live again

Cats: The Musical (at Oxford’s New Theatre until 1st October) is adapted from Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, a book of poems written by TS Eliot and originally sent anonymously in letters to his godchildren. […]