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  • Local art we’re lusting after

    It's Oxfordshire ArtWeeks and all around the county the familiar yellow and blue bunting is popping up. Here's our pick of ceramics, glass, sculpture, painting and more

  • 9 outdoor cinemas to book now

    Nothing says summer like an alfresco night out watching fab movies under the stars. From gardens to amphitheatres, here's where to head, popcorn and blanket at the ready

  • Yes you May! What’s on locally this month

    Culture vultures, unite! We've got excellent exhibitions, comedy shows, thumping good theatre, garden snoopings, and so much more happing across Bucks & Oxon this May.

  • Review: Waitress, New Theatre Oxford

    Despite a cancelled first night and multiple understudies, Waitress at the New Theatre Oxford was sweet as pie. Read my review, then book tickets pronto - it's on until 30 April.

  • A right royal day out for the June Bank Holiday

    This year's Jubilee Jousting event will span three days, with archery, falconry, dare-devil horse riding, wood-fired pizzas and more at Henley's Stonor Park. I'm in. Are you?

  • Rev it up! Supercars & Classics Weekend

    Parking up at the stunning, historic Stonor Park estate (21-22 May), this summery weekender has something for everyone. Here's why we've put pedal to the metal and booked tickets

  • 5 reasons to watch We Will Rock You at AWT

    This smash-hit musical by Queen and Ben Elton is coming to AWT from 2-7 May. Don't stop me now - I'm booking tickets pronto - and here's why you should too.

  • 10 hot new releases: what to read this April

    The team at Oxford's oldest bookshop, Blackwell's, reveal their faves from gripping thrillers to Oxford in two very different eras and Dolly Parton's crime debut. Bye-bye reading rut!

  • 4 reasons to catch Les Mis at MK Theatre

    There'll be no empty chairs at this spectacular production of everyone's favourite revolutionary musical - here's why you need to grab a ticket, tout suite.

  • Waddesdon’s unsung star revealed in new show

    Alice de Rothschild, the lesser-known sibling who owned the Bucks chateau, is having her moment in the spotlight thanks to new exhibition Alice's Wonderlands (about time too given it's the centenary of her death)

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