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  • Cherwell College Oxford Open Mornings - Every Saturday in May  
  • Oxford Operatic Society: West End to Broadway, 27th-28th May, New Theatre  
  • Oxford Early Music Festival, 10-15 May  
  • Music at Oxford presents Philharmonia Orchestra, Friday 6th May at the Sheldonian Theatre  
  • Fantastic concerts at the Holywell Music Room  
  • Wood Festival Competition 2016  
  • Thu 5 May: Gilad Atzmon  
  • YogaVenue: Oxford's premier yoga studio, over 50 classes a week  
  • Summer of Writing - creative writing workshops for adults on Saturdays in July and August  
  • Oxford Playhouse presents American classic Of Mice And Men, Tue 10 to Sat 14th May  
  • D'Overbroeck's Oxford Open Morning Saturday 7th May  
  • 'The Artist in the Museum' by Dr Alexander Sturgis - 10 May, St. Barnabas Church  
  • Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra - Mozart and Schumann, Thursday 12 May, 7.30pm  
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