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7 March-30 April 2006. Modern Art Oxford presents the work of seven very different artists in an international group show that includes painting, photography, video and mixed-media artworks. Entitled...
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Three Tall Women.

27 Apr-13 May 2006. The Oxford Playhouse presents Edward Albees Pulitzer prize-winning play Three Tall Women directed by Irina Brown. The play is set in the bedroom of a sick and forgetful old woman....
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Jerry Springer. The Opera.

3-8 April 2006. Direct from its sell-out run in the West End, Jerry Springer. The Opera comes to the New Theatre Oxford as part of its 23-week national tour. Winner of four Best Musical awards (Olivie...
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Oxford Folk Festival.

7-9 April 2006. Morris dancers, marching bands, street puppeteers and giant effigies of medieval monarchs are in Oxford for the third Oxford Folk Festival of music and dance at Oxford Castle and other...
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The Oxford Gang Show.

13-18 March 2006. Young people and adults from the Oxfordshire Scouting and Guiding movements perform comedy sketches, selections from musicals and pop songs in the Oxford Gang Shows annual extravagan...
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Oxford Literary Festival.

24-29 March 2006. The tenth edition of the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival is to be held in the historic surrounds of Christ Church college. The six-day festival features a host of authors and t...
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King Lear.

10 Feb-1 Apr 2006. Creation Theatre Company presents Shakespeares poetic tragedy King Lear at the BMW Group Plant in Oxford. Director Douglas Rintoul, fresh from his associate directorship at the Barb...
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Mainly Mozart Festival

27 Jan-5 Dec 2006. The historic surroundings of Oxfords Sheldonian Theatre provide a fitting setting for the Oxford Philomusica Mainly Mozart Festival 2006. Celebrating Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts 250th...
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Childrens Games and Pastimes.

28 Nov 2005-29 April 2006. The Bodleian Library is hosting an exhibition of 19th-century childrens games. Most of the exhibits are paper-based games, many of which come from the librarys John Johnson...
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Yellowman at the Playhouse.

28 Feb-4 March 2006. This widely acclaimed play by Dael Orlandersmith explores racial tensions and social conflict within the black American community in South Carolina in the 1960s through a tale of...
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Michael Clark Dance Company

31 Jan-1 Feb 2006. The Oxford Playhouse presents Michael Clarks latest opus entitled O (Stravinsky Project Part 1). Described by the Financial Times as a beautiful work of art, O is actually a reworki...
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The War on Terror.

8 Feb-2 March 2006. This year the annual series of lectures presented by the independent charity, Oxford Amnesty Lectures (OAL), focuses on the war on terror and its implications for human rights. Spe...
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11 Jan-2 Apr 2006. The Ashmolean Inter-Faith Exhibition Service (AIFES) present the first in a new series of exhibitions exploring artistic representations in religious movements, from Christianity to...
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Cape Farewell -The Ice Garden.

15-18 Dec 2005. The Clarendon Quad of Oxfords Bodleian Library is to be transformed into an icy installation of sound, light and sculpture called Cape Farewell. David Buckland, the founding artist, ha...
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Early Music by Candlelight Christmas Series.

11-21 Dec 2005. Charivari Agreable, Oxfords premier period instrument ensemble, presents a series of candle-lit Early Music concerts for the festive season in the magnificent gothic chapel at Exeter C...
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12 Nov-26 Nov 2005. As part of Oxfords 2005 Evolving City programme celebrating its growing cultural diversity, the MultipliCity festival presents a series of exhibitions at the Ovada Gallery and thre...
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The Snow Queen.

22 Nov 2005-7 Jan 2006. Marking the bicentenary of Hans Christian Andersens birth, Creation Theatre Company presents The Snow Queen, a fairytale in seven stories by the world-famous Danish writer. Lov...
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Blenheims Christmas and Crafts Fair

12 Nov-11 Dec 2005. Blenheim Palace will be decked out in traditional Christmas style for four weeks in the run-up to the festive season. Visitors will find an avenue of Christmas trees alight with sp...
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Oxford Coffee Concerts

Until 18 Dec 2005. Almost every Sun morning the Holywell Music Room is host to one of the most popular series of chamber music concerts in the United Kingdom. The first of the Coffee Concerts series w...
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Lunchtime gallery talks at the Ashmolean.

4-28 Oct 2005. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays this month the Ashmolean Museum is holding lunchtime talks covering a wide variety of subjects. Starting on Tues 4 with Tea, Coffee, Chocolate the pr...


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