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    Oxford hosts an extraordinarily wide range of dramatic entertainment, from student drama, to local professional and amateur groups, to national companies on tour.

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    Latest Cinema Reviews

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

    The Grand Budapest Hotel [15]: Great film work Messieurs Anderson (director) and Yeoman (cinematographer)....read more

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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.

    Inspired by Blake Festival: Inspired by the the bard himself, William Blake, a cheerful, noisy crowd of events...read more

    Beauty and the Beast: I had high expectations for this pantomime version of Beauty and the Beast, having...read more

    Inspired by Blake Festival: A poetry reading requires poise and concentration. But to recite a writer’s whole...read more

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    Latest Reviews of Exhibitions

    Oxford has everything from the cutting edge at Modern Art Oxford (Pembroke St), to the third largest collection of Raphael and Michelangelo drawings in the world (the Ashmolean, Beaumont St). The Pitt Rivers (anthropological) Museum in Parks Road is also worthy of note, not to mention dozens of individual galleries at colleges and other institutions.

    Love is Enough- William Morris & Andy Warhol curated by Jeremy Deller: The first thing that visitors see upon entering 'Love is Enough' is a large, ornate...read more

    Ai Wei Wei exhibit at Blenheim Palace: How many ways can you scratch at the overbearing pompousness of China's central politburo?...read more

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