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  • 1970 Isle of Wight Festival Photography Exhibition at Blackwell's Bookshop. Preview Tuesday 1st September  
  • Chipping Norton Theatre presents The Kreutzer Sonata by Leo Tolstoy, adapted by Nancy Harris. 18-26 September 2015  
  • YogaVenue: Oxford's premier yoga studio, over 50 classes a week  
  • Salsa up your life, every Tuesday at 7.15pm with OnSalsa beginners courses in Oxford  
  • Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre seek Helpline Volunteers  
  • Story Elements Workshops  
  • The Oxford Playhouse presents Strike, Thursday 3rd September  
  • Modern Art Oxford - one of the UK's leading contemporary art spaces, in the centre of Oxford  
  • Adderbury Ensemble perform Alwyn and Bridge  
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