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  • Praxis Theatre present The Building, a modern Greek play - June 2015  
  • Modern Art Oxford - one of the UK's leading contemporary art spaces, in the centre of Oxford  
  • Instruments of Time and Truth present A Confection of Mozart. Sat 30th May, Sheldonian Theatre  
  • Get creative this summer with Saturday writing workshops at the Writer's Greenhouse  
  • The Oxford Playhouse presents The Reduced Shakespeare Company: The History of Comedy (abridged), Wed 6 June 2015  
  • Coffee Concert this week: Beethoven and Korngold  
  • Jacqueline du Pré Music Building presents Maki Sekiya, piano  
  • Catweazle Club - legendary home of acoustic artistry. Every Thursday, 8pm, East Oxford Community Centre  
  • The Oxford Playhouse presents La Traviata, Thu 4 & Fri 5 Jun 2015  
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  • Dancin' Oxford present The Fantastic Compagnie Retouramontt,free aerial dance at Oxford Castle, Fri 29 & Sat 30 May 2015 at 9  
  • Reclaim the Power, Mass Action Camp 2015, Near Didcot Power Station, May 29th - June 2nd  
  • Truck Festival, Hill Farm, Oxfordshire, 17-18 July 2015. Headliners: The Charlatans, Basement Jaxx  
  • The Oxford Playhouse presents That Is All You Need To Know, Mon 8 June 2015  
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