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  • Catweazle Club - legendary home of acoustic artistry. Every Thursday, 8pm, East Oxford Community Centre  
  • The Writers' Greenhouse 12-week Novel-building evening course, starting Tuesday 13 January 2015  
  • Oxford Operatic Society perform Carousel - love on the New England coastline - at Oxford Playhouse, 24 - 29 November  
  • Wolvercote Farmers Market - First Turn, Wolvercote - Every Sunday 10am to 1pm  
  • Oxford Philomusica, 23rd November, Holywell Music Room: Borodin, Shostakovich, Adolf von Henselt  
  • St Mungo's Carol Service: 5.30pm, Wed 3rd Dec at University Church, High St, Oxford. Support St Mungo's festively.  
  • Modern Art Oxford - one of the UK's leading contemporary art spaces, in the centre of Oxford  
  • Oxfam oneworldfair Oxford Town Hall Saturday 22 November  
  • Archway Foundation offer free drama workshops, funded by Time to Change: Nov 18th and 25th  
  • Ho Ho Wholefruit Smoothie - refresh your zest while Christmas shopping in Boost Juice Bar, the Clarendon Centre, Oxford  
  • Creation Theatre present The Wind in the Willows at the North Wall Arts Centre, 5 December 2014 - 10 January 2015  
  • OUP Choir perform John Rutter's Requiem, plus Stanford and Dyson. Sat 22nd November, St Barnabas Church Jericho  
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  • Timber Treasures - handmade wooden gifts, Oxford Covered Market. Unique presents!  
  • Spin Jazz Club present Gilad Atzmon and The Spin Jazz Trio, Thursday 27th November, 8.30pm at 129 High St Oxford  
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