Events on 15th Nov 2019

Events for 15th Nov 2019

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  • Christmas Light Festival 2016

    Oxford’s Christmas Light Festival

    • Date: 15th November 2019 - 17th November 2019
    • Every day
    • Location: City Centre including Bonn Square
    • Cost: Free

    Oxford’s Christmas Light Festival is a long-standing public event, free for the community to attend. 

    The opening of the 2019 event will be on the evening of Friday 15 November 2019 and will comprise of a lantern parade involving approximately 400 children and young adults from 10-15 schools and community groups alongside local bands. 

    Throughout the weekend Broad Street, Bonn Square, Castle Quarter and Gloucester Green will be the festival’s main outdoor areas of activity.

    Visit the Oxford’s Christmas Light Festival website for full details of events around the city.

  • A photograph of two people holding cups of tea

    Moments and Memories - Tea and Talk

    • Date: 15th November 2019
    • Location: St Aldate's Room, Oxford Town Hall Oxford Town Hall St Aldate's Oxford OX1 1BX
    • Time: 14:00 - 15:30
    • Cost: FREE


    Tea and Talk – time to have a chat and a cup of tea in a friendly and supportive environment.

    A part of the Moments and Memories service for older people. 

    Thanks to Bluebird Care for the grant for Tea and  Talk.

  • A photograph of the front page of the Pink Times with the title 'Out Proud and here!'

    Queering Spires - A history of LGBTIQA+ Spaces in Oxford

    • Date: 7th September 2019 - 4th April 2020
    • Every day
    • Location: Gallery and Gallery Corridor, Museum of Oxford
    • Time: 10:00 - 17:00
    • Cost: FREE

    Our third community exhibition will feature stories behind Oxford’s queer spaces. From our local gay and lesbian pubs to printed publications, from support organisations to the Gay and Lesbian Community Centre on St Michael’s Street, we will showcase individuals’ memories and experiences of these spaces through oral histories, photographs and objects. The exhibition has been created in partnership with the Tales of Our City project and Oxford Pride, and co-curated by members of Oxford’s LGBTIQA+ community.

    Read more about the project and ways to get involved on this page.