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The Oxford Passion.

1 Aug-8 Sept 2007. The Castle Garden in Oxford Castle provides the spectacular backdrop for Creation Theatre Company
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Holywell Coffee Concerts.

12 Aug-23 Sept 2007. Chamber music concerts performed by top national and international musicians are on offer most Sunday mornings in Holywell Music Room (1748), Europe
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Stella Vine exhibition.

17 July-23 Sept 2007. Modern Art Oxford presents the first major UK exhibition of the paintings of London-based artist Stella Vine. Portraits of the famous and the notorious including Kate Moss, Princ...
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Herge's Adventures of Tintin.

14-25 Aug 2007. The adventures of comic strip whiz-kid Tintin and his loyal dog Snowy are brought to the stage by the Young Vic Theatre company in an adaptation by director David Grieg and playwright...
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North Wall Arts Centre Festival.

2-21 July 2007. A three-week festival of music, theatre and film inaugurates the new North Wall Arts Centre at St Edward
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Botanic Garden Summer Picnic Season.

Until 8 Sept 2007. Bring your own picnic and relax in the glorious surroundings of the University of Oxford Botanic Garden where live music, storytelling, crafts and recycling activities plus special...
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Garsington Opera Summer Season.

9 June-9 July 2007. Staged on the terrace of the 18th-century Garsington Manor House, the Garsington Opera Summer Season presents a cycle of three operas by Mozart, Rossini and Richard Strauss. The se...
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Hamlet at Oxford Castle.

1 June-28 July 2007. Creation Theatre Company
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Seth Price and Kelley Walker in Oxford.

28 April-1 July 2007. The work of internationally renowned New York-based artists Seth Price and Kelley Walker is the focus of this major exhibition across all the galleries of Modern Art Oxford (MAO)...
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Theatre at the Playhouse.

1-5 May 2007. The National Theatre of Scotland presents Anthony Neilson
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Night performances at Oxford’s museums.

19 May 2007. The exhibition halls of the Oxford Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum of anthropology and world archaeology are the setting for a late-night event involving low lighting...
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Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame.

21 April 2007. Created by Jamaican-born producer Flip Fraser as a tribute to reggae star Bob Marley, the award-winning musical
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Comedy in Oxford.

2 April-18 June 2007. Every Monday night Oxford
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The Oxford Folk Festival.

30 March-1 April 2007. The fourth edition of Oxford
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Van Morrison at the New Theatre.

13 April 2007. Legendary Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison comes to Oxford as part of his international tour promoting his latest album,
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Oxford charity run at Blenheim.

25 March 2007. As in previous years, the fifth edition of the Ox5Run takes place in the beautiful grounds of Blenheim Palace. The five-mile run, organized by the Oxford Mail and the Oxford Times, rais...
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Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival.

17-25 March 2007. The tenth Oxford Literary Festival offers readings, roundtable talks, Radio 4
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A-Z Literary Oxford.

10 Feb-8 July 2007. The Museum of Oxford hosts an exhibition entitled
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Brookes University Human Rights Film Festival.

26 Feb-10 March 2007. Well-known campaigning musician Billy Bragg opens the fifth annual Human Rights Film Festival run by post-graduate students in humanitarian and development practice at Oxford Bro...


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