PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
To find out more information about events or to book Oxford Town Hall as a venue please contact us.
Sunday 21st September 2014. 11am-3pm
With over 30 exhbitors from accommodation and entertainment providers to florists and caterers, this is the perfect opportunity for brides-to-be to source inspiration and ideas for their big day.
There will also be live fashion shows throughout the day showcasing the latest in bridal trends.
Free admission and free brial informaiton bag for every bride.
Saturday 6 December, 10.30am-4.30pm
Oxford Green Fair 2014
This annual event is a wonderful celebration of all things green - a great opportunity to find ethical Christmas presents, enjoy delicious food, meet old friends, make new friends, and gather information for your next eco-project!
100 stalls in three large halls, our famous Green Cafe, live music and of course Green Father Christmas!
For more information, please see www.greenoxfordshire.com
Sunday 27 July 2014. 7:30pm
Following the end of their European tour, the Oxfordshire County Youth Orchestra will take the to stage in the magnificent Town Hall for their grand finale to celebrate the end of their season.
The 80 members of this orchestra who are aged between 13 and 19 will perform:
- Shostakovich 5th Symphony
- R. Strauss Der Rosenkavalier Suite
- Respighi Pines of Rome
- J. Strauss Radetzky March
Tickets £13/£10 concessions available from Tickets Oxford on 01865 305305 or purchase online. Please note: This concert is not suitable for children under the age of 8.
Friday 1st August 2014. 7pm.
Beowulf and Grendel
Beowulf and Grendel is a new adaptation of the ancient Anglo-Saxon poem and explores the notion of migration in a post apocalyptic and ancient mythological setting where, due to disease, the adults are dying, leaving 'tribes' of young people to fend for themselves.
Can young people co-exist, can they let go of blame and accept those who are seen as outsiders and used as scapegoats? Can they create a united world or is this an impossible dream?
This Finale show is the culmination of the ten day international youth arts festival Mesh produced by Pegasus in partnership with The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford Inspires, Oxford International Link and Oxford City Council. Created with 150 young people from around the world, it is a fitting international celebration and questioning of power, nations, cultures and young people in a year where immigration is central to the political landscape in Europe and beyond.
Tickets £7/£5 concessions available from Pegasus Box Office on 01865 812 150 and The North Wall Arts Centre Box Office on 01865 319450.
Saturday 9th August 2014. 7:30pm
The National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain
The National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain (NYWO) the UK’s premier youth wind orchestra for approximately 75 young musicians aged 14 to 21. NYWO brings together some of the finest young woodwind, brass and percussion players in the country.
The orchestral configuration uses the whole range of clarinets to take the place of violins and violas in a symphony orchestra, resulting in a wonderfully rich and sonorous sound.
Join us at Oxford Town Hall to enjoy their summer concert. Programme includes:
Some Assembly Required: Henry Kucharzyk
Selections from "The Danserye": Tielman Susato
Concerto for Marimba and Wind Ensemble: Ney Rosauro
Archangel Rafael who leave a house of Tobias: Masanori Taruya
Dance Movements: Philip Sparke.
Conductor: Dr Glenn D Price Soloist: Simon Rebello
Saturday 13 September (10 am to 3.30pm) and Sunday 14 September 2014 (12pm to 4pm)
Oxford Open Doors
Help us uncover Oxford's untold First World War stories in the magnificent setting of Oxford Town Hall.
On Saturday 13 September 2014, join staff and volunteers from Museum of Oxford and University of Oxford to find out about local people's experiences of the Great War and learn how you can share your own WW1 family stories and memorabilia online.
At 2.30pm on Saturday (1hour, free, first come first served), local author Margaret Bonfiglioli will also be giving a talk about her new book 'Full of Hope and Fear: The Great War Letters of an Oxford Family', featuring newly discovered private family letters from the First World War forgotten for 90 years.
Discover the Town Hall's little-known history as a military hospital with free tours of the building at 11am and 2pm on Saturday 13 September 2014, and again at 1pm and 2.30pm on Sunday 14 September 2014. Tours are free, and places are issued on a first come first served basis.
There will be special self-guided family trails of the Town Hall and Explore Oxford gallery In the Gallery available all weekend, and in the Gallery the exhibition 'Shuffrey In Pictures' features original work by J Allen Shuffrey and pieces created by local community groups inspired by his work.
Tuesday 30th September 2014. 7pm
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
Tickets on sale 9am Friday 18th July 2014 from kililive.com
More information to follow
Sunday 12 October 2014. Doors 7pm.
Folk superstar Seth Lakeman announces this date in Oxford as part of his forthcoming autumn tour.
Mercury Prize and Radio 2 Folk Award winner Seth recently performed alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra at the exclusive D-Day Concert at The Royal Albert Hall in London, joining event hosts Jeremy Vine, Dermot O’Leary, Louise Minchin, and fellow performers Patrick Stewart, Beverley Knight and The Military Wives Choir. Highlights of the event included Seth’s song King and Country, which was inspired by and written in the memory of his grandfather, also originally a musician, who was himself involved in the D-Day landings.
After already completing a sold-out cathedral tour this year and adding two BBC Folk Awards to his collection for his part in The Full English - Best Album and Best Group - these new dates continue to champion the release of Seth’s 2013 album Word of Mouth.
Recorded at North Tamerton Church in East Cornwall, this record straddles the folk tradition his music is full of and the contemporary folk movement that he has become such a seminal figure of. Seth recruited a selection of guest musicians for the construction of this album, including producer Ian Grimble (The Manic Street Preachers, Cat Stevens). The added guests give drama and wings to songs where working lives, majestic landscapes, the tragedy of war, the price of revolution and more are brought to life.
Make sure you catch Seth showcasing his sensational music in the majestic setting of Oxford Town Hall. As ever, his live performance is guaranteed to blow you away!
Tickets £15-£24 adv.stbf unreserved seating available from Gigantic Tickets.
Saturday, 15 November 2014. 7:30pm
Pictures at an Exhibition
Tchaikovsky's The Tempest paints an evocative picture of the sea and Shakespeare's characters and lovers. Ravel’s Piano Concerto is a memento of his visit to New York - it's imbued with the spirit of jazz and the excitement of Harlem.
Soloist Alasdair Beatson, commended for his 'sensitive playing of rare insight', is highly regarded as a distinctive and vibrant musician. Mussorgsky's piano piece Pictures at an Exhibition is brought even more vividly to life in Ravel’s orchestration.
Alasdair Beatson piano
Robert Max conductor
Tickets £15/£12/£5 concessions available from Tickets Oxford on 01865 305305 or purchase online. University Students concession limited to under-25s only. Accompanied children under 16 admitted free of charge.
Friday 5th September 2014. 7:30pm
International Brigade Memorial Trust
Part of a series of events to remember the men and women of Oxfordshire who fought in Spain 1938-9. This is a Public meeting on Oxfordshire and the Spanish Civil war.
Speakers include Richard Baxell, Tom Buchanan, Colin Carritt, Hugh Purcell and Liz Woolley. Free admission, donations welcome.
Oriental Carpet Sale
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 2014. 10am-5pm
Oriental handmade rugs, mainly Persian by Heaven On Earth Imports. From brand new to antique in a variety of different shapes. Guarantee of the Authenticity, free trial with no obligation to buy. After sale maintenance support including cleaning, repair and restoration. Free UK delivery. You can also sell old rugs as part exchange.
Oxford Town Hall welcomes you to listen and enjoy our world famous Father Willis organ played by the city's finest organists. Tickets are £4 and come with complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits. Performances take place from 12pm-12.50pm on the following dates:
Tea & cake & Dancing £2.50 on the following Wednesdays from 2pm to 4.30pm:
Ceroc Oxford hold dance classes at Oxford Town Hall. Beginner and intermediate followed by freestyle. Open to all.
Every Wednesday 7.30 - 10.30pm.
Charges: £8, concessions £6, £35 for 5 weeks or £70 for 10 weeks. Please see the Ceroc Oxford website for further details.
Mondays from 12.10 - 12.55pm, Oxford Town Hall.
Every Monday except Bank Holidays, £3 per person. Prepare yourself to party. You will shake your hips, shimmy and smile the hour away. Up to 1000 calories will be burnt in just one class. The moves are simple and you will love the music. No stress, no worry, just fun. There are no wrong moves so just come and join the party. For more information contact Vicki Galvin, GO Active Coordinator on 01865 252720 or email@example.com
Meditation Class - Diamond Way Buddhism UK
Every Wednesday, 8pm, Judge's Room. Oxford Buddhist Group meets once a week for a guided meditation on the 16th Karmapa. These meditation classes are suitable for all who wish to learn to meditate.
For newcomers there is always a short introduction to Buddhism and brief explanations on how to meditate.
They regularly hold courses on Buddhism and Buddhist meditation classes, guided by experienced practitioners and travelling teachers appointed by Lama Ole Nydahl. All weekly guided meditation classes are free of charge.
Further information on Diamond Way Buddhism UK website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01865 958008.