• Venues

Venues

  • Ashmolean Museum

    The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Our world famous collections range from Egyptian mummie...

  • Christ Church Cathedral

    This twelfth century church is amongst the oldest buildings in Oxford, and one of the smallest Anglican cathedrals in England. It is also the only chu...

  • Church of St Peter & St Paul

    The Parish Church is an important focal point for a variety of village activities such as choral and orchestral concerts, drama productions, music wor...

  • Dorchester Abbey

    The Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul, more usually known as Dorchester Abbey, is the parish church of Dorchester-on-Thames , a small Oxfordshire v...

  • Exeter College Chapel

    The chapel dominates the Front Quad of the College and plays frequent host to organ recitals, major services and various other musical and dramatic pe...

  • Exeter College Hall

    The Dining Hall, dating back to 1618, provides a historic setting for banquets and events. It includes portraits of major benefactors and founders suc...

  • Frewin Annexe, Brasenose Colle...

  • Grove Auditorium

    Magdalen Grove Auditorium is of a ‘classico-vernacular’ design combining Greek Classical form and proportion but using other details and references to...

  • Holywell Music Room

    The oldest custom-built concert hall in Europe, the Holywell Music Room opened its doors to the public for the first time in 1748. Designed by Thomas...

  • Jacqueline du Pré Music Buildi...

    The venue plays host to a wide range of concerts with a repertoire ranging from medieval music to avant garde jazz. The buildings versatility in terms...

  • Keble College Chapel

    Keble College was founded in 1868 by the Tractarians, leaders of the Oxford Movement, to help students from poorer and humbler backgrounds to enter th...

  • Magdalen College Auditorium

    Capacity: 200

  • Mathematical Institute, Andrew...

  • Merton College Chapel

    Merton college was founded in 1264 and is one of the oldest colleges in Oxford. The T-shaped chapel dates from 1290 and is considered to be one of Oxf...

  • Merton College: T S Eliot Thea...

    The award-winning T.S. Eliot Theatre is the most recent additon addition to the 750 years old Merton College opening in June 2010. The theatre offers...

  • New College

    The College was founded in 1379 and the T-shaped chapel, like Merton's, is considered to be one of the finest in Oxford. The ante-chapel contains a we...

  • North Oxford Association Commu...

  • Okinaga Room, Wadham College

    Capacity: 80 Facilities: Seating can be arranged as: Theatre, Classroom or Boardroom ceiling mounted LCD projector / electric screen hearing loop sys...

  • Old Fire Station

    As we are situated right in the heart of Oxford, right next to the bus station and only a 7 minute walk away from the railway station, we make an exce...

  • OUMNH Lecture Theatre & Pitt R...

    The Pitt Rivers Museum is one of the world's top museums of anthropology and world archaeology displaying an almost overwhelming array of intriguing a...

  • Ovada

    Capacity: up to 100 Facilities: Wheelchair accessible. Parking is very limited in the surrounding streets and is mainly reserved for permit holders...

  • Oxford Playhouse

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  • Oxford Town Hall

    Built in 1897 to Victorian architecture, the Main Hall seats 730 and the Assembly Room seats 200. Capacity: 700 - 900 Facilities: No parking facilit...

  • Pegasus Theatre

    Capacity: 133 Facilities:  Café is open from 11.00am to 8.00pm from Monday to Wednesday, from 11.00am to 9.00pm Thursday to Saturday and from 11.00am...

  • Sheldonian Theatre

    The Sheldonian Theatre was erected in 1664-8 to a design by Sir Christopher Wren. Its purpose was to provide an appropriate secular venue for the prin...

  • SJE Arts at St John the Evange...

    A Grade I, G.F. Bodley designed church and adjoining cloister that forms part of St Stephen's House, a Permanent Private Hall of the University. Rece...

  • St Andrew's Church, Linton Roa...

  • St Barnabas Church

    St Barnabas' is the large basilica-style church whose striking campanile dominates the approach to Oxford from the railway station. It has served the...

  • St Mary's Church, Adderbury

  • St Mary's Church, Bloxham

  • St Mary's Church, Wallingford

    St. Mary le More Church is in the centre of the town in the market square. The interior of the building is versatile and can be laid out in many diffe...

  • St Michael at the Northgate

  • The Beacon, Wantage

    A warm welcome awaits you at The Beacon, Wantage. We are the place to be for entertainment, whether you want to see a play, watch a band, catch up on...

  • The Blue Room, St Aldate's Tav...

  • The Garden Theatre

    Capacity: up to 300 Facilities: Wheelchairs users and carers are given space and priority on the front row. Tiered seats are provided with arms and...

  • The Queen's College Chapel

    All seats in the Chapel have backrests, with the Chapel pews being padded. Children are very welcome.

  • The Story Museum

  • Theatre at Headington

    The Theatre is located at Headington’s School of Oxford and is found behind the School’s west wing where you will discover The Theatre’s striking glas...

  • University Church of St Mary t...

    Dating from the 11th century, the church is historically the most important building in Oxford. Among other things, it is where the Protestant Archbis...

  • University Parks

    The University Parks consist of about 70 acres (30 hectares) of parkland on the West bank of the River Cherwell, together with a 4 acre (1.5 hectare)...

  • Warneford Chapel

    Capacity: 45 Facilities: Wheelchair accesible

  • Wesley Memorial Church

    Although there has been a Methodist presence in New Inn Hall Street since 1783, the present church was built in 1878. To celebrate the centenary in 19...

  • West Oxford Community Centre,...

  • Weston Library

  • Worcester College

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