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    With 20 commercial screens and several college facilities, Oxford avidly watches everything from blockbusters (Vue & Odeon) to arthouse (Phoenix and the Ultimate Picture Palace)

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    With everything from Europe's oldest concert hall, a theatre capable of staging Wagner and many a murky gig dive, Oxford is a magnet for performing musicians of all tastes and specialities.

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