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  • Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra

    • Date: 17th February 2019
    • Location: Main Hall
    • Time: 14:00 - 16:00
    • Cost: £10.94

    FUNomusica Family concert


    “Summon the Superheroes”

    Most suitable for ages 4-8

    Alasdair Malloy presenter

    Put on our Superhero suits, capes and masks for a fantastically super-powerful afternoon of sensational sounds for caped crusaders, masked mysterious men and wonder women.

    The Oxford Phil will be using their super-ability to play the superheroic themes for Batman, Spiderman, The Incredibles, Superman and many more.

    Pre-concert craft activities at 2pm

    Concert ends 4pm

    Supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation

    Tickets: £10 £4

  • Speak Easy

    Speak Easy Festival

    • Date: 23rd February 2019
    • Location: Main Hall
    • Time: 12:30 - 23:00
    • Cost: from £12.50

    1920’s glamour awaits as we sweep you back 100 years to an era where mobsters mingled with movie stars, the liquor was wet and the good times roared.

    Your ticket will include your password which you’ll need this to get through the door, where you’ll be greeted with a free Tom Collins cocktail in your very own branded glass – which is yours to keep.

    All bars work on a token system which can be bought within the venue. Drinks are priced between £4 and £10, which includes world Gins, Bourbons, American IPA’s and of course Speakeasy cocktails.

    Each location will have a live 1920’s swing style band, plus floor filling tracks for the live wire’s out there.

    An American food stand will be serving Chicago style pick me up’s to refuel  when your half-sea’s over.

    Dress code: Optional 1920’s Hootsy tootsy glamour

    This event is strictly over 18's only.

    Standard Tickets (£12.50) include:

    • Branded Speakeasy Glass to keep
    • Speakeasy wristband
    • Tom Collins Cocktail
    • Access to all bars
    • Main stage entertainment
    • Moonshiners guide

    Diamond Club (£35) include:

    • All as per standard tickets
    • plus guaranteed seats within the exclusive Diamond Club area
    • £20 drinks voucher per person

    Tickets can be bought from

  • The Oxford Jobs Fair

    • Date: 6th March 2019
    • Location: Main Hall
    • Time: 10:00 - 14:00
    • Cost: Free

    The Jobs Fair is a great way to speak with potential employers face-to-face

    The Oxford Jobs Fair is on Wednesday 6th March 2019, at the Town Hall.

    The event is between 10am and 2pm.

    Free to attend with no registration required

    The Jobs Fair is a great way to speak with potential employers face-to-face. You can register with employers for jobs, collect info on employers, ask them questions, apply for jobs, or even have a mini interview on the day.

    It is a good idea to bring up to date copies of your CV with you as between 25 -35 companies will be recruiting on the day.

    If you know of anyone looking for a job, please let them know of this event.

    To register your interest, please click on the link:

    For more information please go to:

    If you are interested in booking a stand, please email:



    • Date: 16th March 2019
    • Location: Main Hall
    • Time: 19:30
    • Cost: See Below

    OXFORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Saturday 16 March 7:30pm Oxford Town Hall

    Vincent d'Indy La Forêt Enchantée
    Delius Concerto for violin and cello
    Saint-Saëns La Muse et le Poète, for violin, cello & orchestra
    Scriabin The Poem of Ecstasy

    Benjamin Nabarro violin
    Gemma Rosefield cello
    Robert Max conductor

    Vincent d'Indy's atmospheric légende-symphonique 'The Enchanted Forest' is inspired by an epic German ballad and owes more to Wagner than his own Gallic roots.

    Delius too was a master of the expressive moment and his Double Concerto is a work of intense lyricsm. Benjamin Nabarro (violin), praised for his concerto performances, and Gemma Rosefield (cello), described as 'a mesmerising musical treasure' also perform the attractive duo by Saint-Saëns.

    Scriabin's The Poem of Ecstasy, first heard in 1908, is diverse and fluid in its mood and lavish in its orchestration. Described by Henry Miller as 'like a bath of ice, cocaine and rainbows' it was broadcast in 1961 by the Soviet authorities to celebrate the launch of the first manned space craft to orbit the earth.

    Tickets: £16, Over 60s £14, Accompanied under 16s FREE
    Students aged 16-25 and those in receipt of benefits £5
    from Tickets Oxford at Oxford Playhouse 01865 305305
    online at and on the door if not sold out.

  • FreeFromFestival


    • Date: 30th March 2019
    • Location: Main Hall
    • Time: 10:30 - 17:00
    • Cost: From £4.85

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