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Oxford Concert Venues

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33 results

  • Central
    Auditorium
    Refreshments can be provided by the college if booked in advance. Generally the college suggests that events should conclude by about 11pm, but this is definitely negotiable within reason. Hirers are advised to inform those attending their event that parking is not available in the college and may be difficult in its environs. Cost is £400 per day or part thereof. You are strongly advised to book as much as six months in advance if you wish to secure any particular date, as the venue is almost constantly in use.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Church
    St Margaret’s is a place of worship for all. Their main worship is at 10:30am on Sundays. Also home to a Nicholson organ.
  • Central
    Church
    The University Church of St Mary the Virgin, High Street is built on the Saxon church of which no trace remains. The present building is largely 14th and 15th century, extensively restored in the Victorian era. Of particular note are the Baroque Porch, designed by Nicholas Stone, on the South side, and the ornate Tower, from which a fine view of the city may be obtained. The Church has a long association with the University, whose ceremonies were held there until the Sheldonian Theatre was constructed. The University Sermon is still preaches here during Term; University members attending are required to wear their gowns. The Oxford martyrs, Cranmer, Latimer and Ridley, were tried here in 1555 and Archbishop Cranmer returned the next year to recant his Protestant opinions. Cardinal Newman was Vicar, 1828-43.
  • Summertown
    Church
    St Michael & All Angels' church is situated in leafy north Oxford, just off the Banbury Road, serving the parish of Summertown, Cutteslowe and Waterways. The church forms a beautiful sacred space, surrounded by gardens. We are a family of faith, inclusive and outward-looking, seeking to make a difference to the world that we are rooted in.
  • Central
    Church
    Brilliant central location on Cornmarket; little nearby parking. Arguably Oxford's oldest building. Monday lunchtime concerts (see our Concerts listings section). Parish Room is available for meetings at £20 an hour. Capacity 30 people, overhead projector and facilities to make tea and coffee. Call and ask for the Parish Manager to book. Well-maintained Yamaha C7 Grand Piano and a splendid Willis 3 organ. Fine acoustics, historic setting.
  • Central
    Chapel
    Wadham College Chapel welcomes all members of College as well as families and friends. The ethos of the chaplaincy is warm and friendly and seeks to provide a focus for the spiritual life of the whole College community. Chapel events are inclusive and gather students and staff with diverse perspectives on matters of faith without assuming any particular denominational affiliation. The Chapel is open all day and is a place where you can light a candle, offer prayers or simply take time out in stillness and peace.
  • Central
    Church
    A vibrant Methodist Church in the heart of Oxford who are welcoming to all students. The sanctuary has excellent acoustics and functions well as a concert venue for orchestras or small chamber groups.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Lecture theatre
    Including: Tiered theatre auditorium comfortably seating 50–150, touchscreen audio-visual control, seminar rooms for 20 (boardroom layout with screen and projector), plentiful cycle parking, easy car parking evening & weekends (50 spaces), located on bus and Park & Ride routes, disabled access. Available for conferences, lectures, performances, rehearsals, and small day meetings in term-time and vacations.
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