• Prosecco and Gin Festival

    Lovers of prosecco and gin can come together to enjoy their favourite tipples in style as the first touring prosecco and gin festival announces that it will be stopping off in High Wycombe for the first time ever. Following several very successful events in the north of England earlier...
  • Oxford’s Own Fringe Festival

    The end of June brings all the best elements of Fringe Festivals to Oxford.  Offbeat, created in 2016 by Oxford Playhouse and Old Fire Station, has shows in more venues than previous years, including high profile comedians and fourteen fabulous shows that can be seen before they head off...
  • What’s on!

    PERFORMANCE LISTINGS FOR THE ALBANY THEATRE | ALBANY ROAD | COVENTRY CV5 6JQ Box office: 02476 998 964 | www.albanytheatre.co.uk Friday 8 June | 7.30pm THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE – ABRIDGED This critically acclaimed play is a hilarious and irreverent, whistle-stop romp through all 37 of the Bard’s...
  • Learn to Drawn a fox!

    A quick ‘Fox Study’ in pen and watercolour Shopping List: Hot pressed watercolour paper Watercolour paints in ultramarine, cadmium red, burnt sienna, cadmium yellow and yellow ochre Permanent pen size 0.3 2B Pencil, size 4 round brush, size 1 rigger brush Putty rubber Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes...
  • Banbury Womens Football Team Swap Their Shirts for Skirts

    Castle Quay Shopping Centre and Banbury United Women’s Football Team have come together again for a new set of images as part of the #QuayLooks campaign, focusing on occasionwear. With the hundreds of weddings, race days, christenings, and all sorts of other big occasions that occur during the Summer,...
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival

    The Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival returns for the 65th year with a poignant and diverse programme commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War, with poetry and readings reflecting the ongoing need for peace and reconciliation – in the world, and in ourselves. Organised by the Shakespeare...
  • June in the Garden

    Be prepared to be busy in the garden in June as with the weather generally being warmer everything will be growing at a rate of an inch a week! It is important to keep staking and tying up the garden plants. The perennials in particular will flop over very...
  • City of Oxford College

    SAE Oxford opened up its live room to the City of Oxford College’s talented music students recently, who came in various groups throughout the day to record songs for their EPs, part of an ongoing partnership that is seeing both the college students and SAE’s Audio Production students benefit...
  • Black gold or problem child?

    In the early summer it’s hard to ignore oilseed rape. Do you love it or hate it? Indifference doesn’t seem to be an option. Is that sea of vivid yellow that stretches to the far horizon a cheerful harbinger of summer, or a garish assault on the eye that...
  • Odyssey

    Odyssey Wednesday 6 June, 8pm Roxburgh Hall, Stowe One actor. One hour. One man’s epic quest to reunite with his family and seek his bloody revenge. Theatre Ad Infinitum presents Odyssey compelling dynamic, passionate, highly physical and poignant storytelling that brings Homer’s timeless Greek myth adventure to life. Following...