What’s on This Week: Sixth Week

Until Monday 6th Week (May 27th), 10:00am-5:00pm daily Oxford Photographic Society Oxford Castle Unlocked displays works of amateur photography that document natural sights on Oxford’s doorstep. FREE Tuesday 6th Week (May 28th), 7:30pm Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Class Try your hand at opera in a G&S masterclass hosted by Blackwells in conjunction with Opera Anywhere. […]

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Ginger Tea

He opened the door to his room with a push with his shoulder, shuffled forward a few small steps, and with an aching sigh, collapsed on top of his black duvet, seeking comfort in the soft linen. He felt the blood vessels pounding against his skull. His sinuses were throbbing so that his cheeks hurt. […]

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What’s On This Week: Fifth Week

Thursday 4th Week (May 16th), 7:00pm Poetry Reading Blackwell’s plays host to Alan Jenkins and John Fuller, reading from their most recent poetry collections. FREE   Until Friday 6th Week (May 31st), Office hours A Life in Shadows Head over to Wolfson college to view photographer Francesca Phillips’ most recent collection. FREE   Thursday, Friday, Saturday 4th […]

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Fiction: My Girl

“There’s an art exhibition in town that we could go for.” I balled my hands into fists deep within my pockets. She mumbled incoherently and walked a little faster, bambi-eyes glancing shiftily at the pavement, the trees, at everything but me. “Rahul, I really should be going now.” She tripped nervously over her words. “But […]

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In Reverse at the Pitt Rivers Museum

A testament to the incredible lifespan of a well-crafted object, this exhibition spotlights the understated artistry of the Pitt Rivers Museum artefacts that inspired it. The way along the narrow first-floor passage to the In Reverse display is a sensory riot in itself. But ‘seeing’ was not enough for Royal College of Art students on […]

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Fiction: All That Glitters

How had it come to this? William was not sure. The desire for treasure had been more powerful than he had anticipated when he originally ordered the metal-detector, and made plans to use it in nearby fields. He had heard of people finding Roman coins, perhaps even Anglo-Saxon helmets or swords. He had not been […]

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