THEATRE – Jeeves and Wooster/The Simpkins Lee Theatre LMH/ Wednesday – Saturday, 7:30pm/ £7.70
For the first time ever since the UK-wide tour of 2013, Jeeves & Wooster, two of the finest comic creations, return to the stage in a fantastically farcical tale of aunts, cow-creamers and crumpets. Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense is the result; a roaring evening’s worth of entertainment performed by only three actors.
TALK – Prof. Steven Hawking/The Oxford Union/ Monday
A retrospective pick.. Definitely one to catch on YouTube!
CONCERT – Wake up to Bach! / New College/ Sunday, 3:15-4:30pm/ £15
It’s time to Wake up to two of Bach’s amazing choral and orchestral works written to be performed as part of his annual cycle of church cantatas. Wachet! betet! betet! wachet! cantata dates from 1716 and invites the listener to ‘Watch! Pray! Pray! Watch!’ in a series of choruses and areas concluding with the beautiful chorale “Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht” – one of Bach’s most mature and popular cantatas.
NIGHT OUT – Burning Down the House/ Cellar/ Wednesday/ £5 OTD or £3 before 12.
You know the drill.
SOUL SELLING – The Guild Champagne Social/ The Plush Lounge/ Wednesday/ £9
For just £9, you can experience a night of UNLIMITED FREE CHAMPAGNE, Guylian chocolate, G&Ds ice cream and delicious sweets to tantalise your taste buds. To receive all of this PLUS queue jump and discounted entry to Atik for the Park End Wednesdays afterparty (the biggest, busiest night of the week), then book your ticket online NOW.
DID IT FOR THE LIKES
Highs and lows of the Oxford Bubble #week5
FUCKUGLY BUILDING OF THE WEEK
OVERHEARD IN OXFORD
“America just elected a meme”
ME AND MY IMPORTANT THOUGHTS
According to CherStu…
‘Chestnuts go well with chocolate, can be made into all sorts of tarts or purees, and their flower is apparently very interesting in baking.’
The Most ‘Oxford’ Moment of the Week: