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  • Wolvercote Farmers Market - First Turn, Wolvercote - Every Sunday 10am to 1pm  
  • Modern Art Oxford - one of the UK's leading contemporary art spaces, in the centre of Oxford  
  • Oxford Philomusica, 29th November, Sheldonian Theatre:Bruckner and Brahms  
  • New Salsa Course for Beginners starts Tue 25th November. Learn to salsa in time for Christmas!  
  • Ho Ho Wholefruit Smoothie - refresh your zest while Christmas shopping in Boost Juice Bar, the Clarendon Centre, Oxford  
  • Coffee Concert: Adderbury Ensemble with Viv Mclean (piano)  
  • Creation Theatre present The Wind in the Willows at the North Wall Arts Centre, 5 December 2014 - 10 January 2015  
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  •  Christmas Concert featuring International pianist Tom Poster, String ensemble, Choirs, Carols all in aid of Parkinson's Research in Oxford. Sunday 7th December at 7.45pm, St Michael and All Angels, Lonsdale Rd Summertown OX2 7ES. Tickets at door or online: http://bit.do/oxpd_xmas_concert / Email Me 
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