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Spectacular Miracles at the Ashmolean.

19 Oct 2005-29 Jan 2006. The potency of images in modern times is well-documented, but this exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum offers a different perspective. Spectacular Miracles: Images of supernatu...
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Oxdox International Documentary Festival.

21-28 Oct 2005. Over 100 films from all round the world will be screened this month at the 3rd edition of the Oxdox Documentary Festival in Oxford, around the theme of Worlds in Transition. In an inte...
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The Oxford Lieder Festival

15-29 Oct 2005. Oxford Lieder was formed in 2002 to promote the neglected art of song and this month, after 3 consecutive annual festivals and rave press notices, they are presenting the 4th Oxford Li...
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Music in the abbey.

16-18 Sept 2005. The ancient Dorchester Abbey in the little village of Dorchester-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, is the historic setting this month of a series of concerts performed by the Orchestra of St...
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The Iliad and the Odyssey.

22-23 Sept 2005. The Theatre at Headington, part of the Headington Schools new arts complex, is hosting two unforgettable evenings of gripping storytelling as Hugh Lupton and Daniel Morden bring the g...
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Hamlet comes to the Playhouse.

23 Sept-1 Oct 2005. Recalled to court from his university studies in Wittenberg after his fathers sudden death, Hamlet has to deal with a whole new family scenario, with his mother married to his fath...
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Thesigers photos of Iraq.

18 Dec 200416 April 2006 A fascinating exhibition of photographs, taken by Sir Wilfred Thesiger during his travels in Iraq, is currently on show at the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Oxford Universitys Muse...
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Power Plant in the gardens.

1-3 Sept 2005. Following on from the Gardens Plant Power festival, which explored the world of plants and how we use them, Oxford Contemporary Music presents a sound-and-light event entitled Power Pla...
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European Horse-riding Championships.

8-11 Sept 2005. This month Blenheim will be host to 19 European nations when the Blenheim Petplan European Eventing Championships are held for the first time in the palaces magnificent surroundings....
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Storytelling in the Summer.

7-27 Aug 2005. An event for five year-olds and over organised by storyteller and musician Chris Smith. Performances are twice daily (except Thurs) at 13.00 and 15.30 (plus 18.00 on Weds) and last one...
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Oxford Royal Rowing Regatta.

2021 August 2005. Organized annually by the City of Oxford Rowing Club, this historic regatta is held on the Isis a beautiful tributory of the River Thames, where the sport of rowing has been practis...
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Gershwin at the Holywell Music Room.

Weds 17 and 24 August 2005. The 18th summer piano series concludes this month with two concerts at the Holywell Music Room performed by British musician, Jack Gibbons, once described by the BBC as the...
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The Importance of Being Earnest.

18 Aug-10 Sept 2005. Oscar Wildes timeless favourite comes to the Oxford Playhouse directed by Erica Whyman and starring Sally Phillips and Maggie Steed.
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Invention and Inspiration, Early Italian Prints.

9 Aug-16 Oct 2005. Italian woodcuts dating from the 15th and early 16th century including work by Mantegna and Pollaiuolo from the museums collections. Admission free.
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Festival of Flight at Blenheim Palace.

Sunday, 14 August 2005. To commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the end of world war two, Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill, is hosting a spectacular one-day festival. The main f...
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Music by candlelight festival.

8 July 19 August. A music festival with a difference, Early Music by Candlelight is an annual event in Oxford presented by Charivari Agrable, (translated as: pleasant tumult) an internationally renow...
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Oxford Shakespeare Company outdoors.

4 July 19 August. The walled Fellows Garden of this 17th century college in the heart of Oxford provides an idyllic backdrop for the Merry Wives of Windsor and Macbeth, this years open-air theatre of...
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International Piano Festival.

23-30 July 2005. The 7th Oxford Philomusica international piano festival is a week of master classes, lectures and concerts with such distinguished performers and teachers as: John Lill, Cristina Orti...
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Shakespeare in the Park.

3 June-10 Sept 2005. In the magical setting of Headington Hill Park, Creation Theatre Company presents two of Shakespeares most popular comedies, As You Like It (until 9 August) and A Midsummer Night...
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1000 years of Botanical Art

2 May-11 Sept 2005. Founded in 1683, the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology is one of the oldest public museums in the world and well worth a visit in itself. This year, the Ashmolean's main ex...
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