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                              Cinema                                                                                        Theatre                                                                                            Gigs                                                   Meetings & Lectures
  Phoenix Picturehouse (0871 704 2062)                                                           New Theatre, Oxford (0844 8471585)                                                                                          Fri 26th                                                                          Fri 26th
BIG SCREAM: CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY [12A] Wed: 11.30am                                       THE RAT PACK - LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS!                                                             THE STUPIDITY / Rock, indie, pop / 8.30pm, free / The Living Room, New Rd         FLASH OXFORD USER GROUP / Meeting for users of Adobe Flash / 7.30-9pm,
At what price the American Dream? Exclusive screening for parents with babies under one                                            Fri 26th: 5pm, 8.30pm; Sat 27th: 4pm, 8pm                   LAST OF THE SEASONAL SEQUELS / Music & Poetry featuring Telling the               free / http://flashoxford.com / Oxford Film & Video Makers, 54 Catherine St
CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY [12A] Fri-Sat, Mon, Thu: 3.45, 6.30, 9.00pm                          Take a trip back in time to the days of Sinatra, Davis Jr. & Martin.      £19.50-£29.50
                                                                                                                                                                                               Bees and others. / 7pm food, 8pm show; £7 (£5 concs) / 01865 794884 / The         THINK WEEK OXFORD / Samantha Stein: Public Perceptions of Atheism /
Michael Moore investigates. Sun, Wed: 6.30, 9.00pm; Tue: 3.45, 6.30pm                         THE SOLID SILVER 60S SHOW                                             Mon 1st: 7.30pm            Vaults & Garden, University Church of St Mary, High Street, Oxford                Oxford’s A-H-S Societies / thinkweek.co.uk / Moser Theatre, Wadham College
KIDS’ CLUB: THE LITTLE POLAR BEAR [U]                   Sat: 1.30pm                           The UK’s original and premier 60s show is back celebrating 25 years! £22.50-£26.50
                                                                                                                                                                                               RICHMOND FONTAINE / US Americana band / 8pm, £17/£15 adv / www.                   THINK WEEK OXFORD / Poetry Workshop: bring a piece for discussion /
German animation for very small children. Activites beforehand at 12.45pm.                    THE BOOTLEG BEATLES                                                        Fri 5th: 8pm          empty-rooms.com / 01296 748268 / Tingewick Village Hall                           Oxford’s A-H-S Societies / 1-2pm, free / thinkweek.co.uk / Lincoln College
Adults must be accompanied by a child; children under 8 must bring an adult!                  Multimedia show featuring classic Beatles hits.                      £22.50 / £21 (concs)
THE LAST STATION [15]                        Fri - Tue, Thu: 1.15pm; Wed: 4.15pm             JETHRO TULL                                                            Sat 6th: 7.30pm           THE KEYZ, SO MANY DYNAMOS, VEDA PARK / TCT Music & The Melting Pot
                                                                                                                                                                                               Presents / 7pm, £5 / The Bullingdon Arms, 162 Cowley Road; 01865 244516
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MANUEL RIVAS CONFERENCE / Centre for Galician Studies, Queens / 5pm,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 free / 07817 069930 / Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street; 01865 278000
The battle for control over the works of Tolstoy.                                             Still rocking, with original members Ian Anderson and Martin Barre. £26.50-£29.50
                                                                                                                                                                                               PHANTOM THEORY, GUNNING FOR TAMAR, ATLASES / Rock / 8pm, £2 /                     ‘JUST LIKE OTHER STUDENTS’ / Magda Czigany on the reception of the 1956
MICMACS [12A] Fri, Sun & Mon, Wed & Thu: 1.30, 4.00, 6.20, 8.45pm
            Sat: 4.00, 6.20, 8.45pm; Tue: 1.30, 4.00, 6.20, 9.00pm                            Burton Taylor Studio (01865 305305)                                                              The Port Mahon, 82 St Clements, Oxford; Tel: 01865 790970                         Hungarian Refugee Students in Britain. / 8pm / hungsoc@hungsoc.com /
One man sets out to bring down arms manufacturers.            French with English subtitles   IMPERIUM                                                  Fri 26th & Sat 27th: 7.30pm           DEAD JERICHOS / Seacourt Bridge Inn, Westway, Botley; 01865 243636                http://hungsoc.com / 01865 736973 / McGregor Room, Oriel College, Oxford
A SINGLE MAN [12A]                 Fri-Mon, Thu: 6.45pm; Wed: 2.00, 6.45pm                   The Oxford Imps improvise an entirely new world each night.                      £5 (£4)                                                                                           PARENT AND CHILD CRAFT GROUP / For parents who enjoy making things! /
Gay professor contemplates life in 60s California without his long-term partner.              THE OXFORD REVUE                                          Fri 26th & Sat 27th: 9.30pm
                                                                                                                                                                                               FIONN REGAN / £8 adv / ymdpresents.co.uk / The Jericho Tavern, Walton St
                                                                                                                                                                                               THE MIGHTY REDOX, DES BARKUS / Local swamp rockers / 8.30pm, free /               2.30pm, £2.50 / St Nicholas Church Hall, Elsfield Road, Old Marston, Oxford
                                                                                              Head off to Brighton for a 1920s romp at the seaside.                             £5 (£4)
Odeon George Street (0871 2244 007)                                                           REVIVAL                                            Tue 2nd, Thu 4th, Sat 6th: 7.30pm             Chester Arms, 19 Chester Street, Oxford; Tel: 01865 243203                        OXFORD AMNESTY LECTURE / Adam Phillips: My Happiness: Right or Wrong?
ASTRO BOY [PG]                                                   Sat & Sun: 12.15pm          Crispin’s bar is unlike any other: you tell him a story; he’ll make you a drink. £5 (£4)         DISFUNKTIONAL BAND BLEWBURY / 70s funk, 80s pop and more / 7.30pm,                / 5.30pm, £8 (£5) / oxford-amnesty-lectures.org / Taylor Institution Library
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CORNERSTONE ART GROUP / Work alongside others / 1-4pm, £3 / www.
Robot child superhero battles aliens!                                                         THE FIREFLIES                                      Tue 2nd, Thu 4th, Sat 6th: 9.30pm             free / cornerstone-arts.org.uk / Cornerstone Arts Centre, Station Road, Didcot
AVATAR 3D [12A]                                       Fri: 3.15, 7.00, 10.40pm               Rising, spitting and cursing, from the remains of 20th century Absurdist drama. £5 (£4)          AS GODS, TASTE MY EYES, THE CRUSHING / Metal / 8pm, £5 / The Cellar,              cornerstone-arts.org.uk / Cornerstone Arts Centre, 25 Station Road, Didcot
              Sat: 11.45am, 3.15, 7.00, 10.40pm; Sun: 12.30, 4.00, 7.45pm
James Cameron’s latest and greatest blockbuster.      Mon - Thu: 4.00, 7.45pm
                                                                                              TOFFEE                                  Wed 3rd, Fri 5th: 7.30pm; Sat 6th: 2.30pm                Frewin Court, off Cornmarket St.                                                                                Sat 27th
                                                                                              Alfie’s girlfriend has vanished, and he’s wondering if talking to you might help. £5 (£4)
INVICTUS [12A]               Fri: 2.30, 5.30, 8.30pm; Sat: 2.15, 5.30, 8.30pm                INSTEAD OF BEAUTY Wed 3rd, Fri 5th: 9.30pm; Sat 6th: 4.30pm
                                                                                                                                                                                               DECADES / Duo perform 60s-90s hits / 9pm, free / White Horse, London Road
                                                                                                                                                                                               NORTH STREET / Acoustic duo / 8.30pm, free / Chequers Inn, Beaumont Rd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ART & SCULPTURE LECTURE / With former Ruskin head Richard Wentworth /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2pm, £6.50 / ashmolean.org / Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont St; Ox. 278015
Story behind Springboks’‘95 Rugby World Cup bid. Sun - Thu: 2.45, 5.45, 8.45pm                School friends John and Matthew meet two very different girls.                    £5 (£4)
THE LOVELY BONES [12A]                               daily: 1.45, 5.15, 8.15pm                                                                                                                 OPEN FOLK NIGHT / Open folk session, all welcome / Oxford Folk Club /             STUDY DAY / ‘The Song of Songs in the Early Fathers, in Music, and in a Recent
Murdered girl watches over her family and killer from heaven.                                 Oxford Playhouse (01865 305305)                                                                  8.30pm, £2 / www.oxfordfolkclub.com / Folly Bridge Inn, 38 Abingdon Road          Study’ / 10.30-4pm, £5 (students free) / steffen.weishaupt@chch.ox.ac.uk /
MICMACS [12A] French with English subtitles Fri: 2.00, 4.45, 7.15, 10.00pm
       Sat: 11.45am, 2.00, 4.45, 7.15, 10.00pm; Sun: 1.00, 3.45, 6.15, 9.00pm
                                                                                              PRIDE AND PREJUDICE                   Fri 26th: 8pm; Sat 27th: 2.30pm, 7.30pm                   VARSITY JAZZ-OFF / OU Jazz Orchestra vs Cambridge Uni Jazz Orchestra! /           St Theosevia Centre, 2 Canterbury Road, Oxford OX2 6LU; Tel: 01865 310341
                                                                                              Simon Reade’s adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.                             £15-£26.50        7.45pm, £8 (£5 students) / www.oujo.co.uk / Magdalen College Auditorium           CAMPSFIELD MONTHLY DEMO / Demonstration in Solidarity with Detainees
One man plans to bring down arms manufacturers. Mon - Thu: 3.45, 6.15, 9.00pm                 MARK KERMODE – IT’S ONLY A MOVIE                                           Mon 1st: 7pm                                                                                            in the Immigration Detention Centre / 12-2pm / closecampsfield.org.uk /
                                                                                                                                                                                               LIVE JAZZ / 8pm / The Old Parsonage Hotel, 1 Banbury Road; 01865 310210
THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG [U]                               Sat & Sun: 12.00, 2.30pm          Life lived through a lens. Followed by a screening of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’.         £10                                                                                         07791 738577 / Campsfield House, Evenlode Crescent, Kidlington
Cursed prince mistakes debutante for royalty.                                                                                                                                                                                Sat 27th
SENIOR SCREEN: BRIGHT STAR [PG]                                        Wed: 10.45am
                                                                                              HUGH HUGHES IN… 360
                                                                                              Stand-up and storytelling from Edinburgh award-winner.
                                                                                                                                                                    Wed 3rd: 7.30pm
                                                                                                                                                                               £14 / £12       JO CAULFIELD WON’T SHUT UP / Age 16+. Laugh from the outset with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Sun 28th
Drama based on romance between John Keats and Fanny Brawne.                                   FOREVER IN YOUR DEBT                                                  Thu 4th: 7.30pm            comedian Jo. / 8pm, £15, (13.50, £12.50) / www.cornerstone-arts.org / 01235       NOT-FOR-PROFIT BIKE CLINIC / Repair bicycles together / 10am-1pm,
SHERLOCK HOLMES [12A]                                              Fri & Sat: 10.35pm        12 stark, funny and absurd stories of fiscal failure.                       £19 / £17 / £12       515144 / Cornerstone Arts Centre, 25 Station Road, Didcot                         donations+parts / 01865 512860 / Wolvercote Primary School, First Turn
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law star in latest adaptation.                                     CHARLIE AND LOLA’S BEST BESTEST PLAY                                                             DDMMYYYY / 8pm, £6 adv / ymdpresents.co.uk / Jericho Tavern, Walton St            6 MILE WALK / Prospective members welcome. / IVC Social Events Club /
A SINGLE MAN [12A]              Fri, Mon - Thu: 2.30, 5.00, 8.00pm                                                                Fri 5th: 4pm; Sat 6th: 11am, 1.30pm & 4pm                   GAPPY VALENTINE! / Spring Offensive + Before I Explode + Mr Fogg / 8pm,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 www.oxfordshireivc.org.uk / 2pm at Fleur de Lys Inn, Dorchester-on-Thames
Gay professor contemplates life in 60s California without his long-term partner.              Will Lola ever tidy her room? Will Charlie get Lola to sleep?! £10.50 / £8.50 children                                                                                             BICYCLE RIDE / Ride into scenic Oxfordshire countryside / Oxford City CTC /
THE WOLFMAN [15] 
                                                                                                                                                                                               £4.50 (cheaper adv) / www.gappytooth.com / The Wheatsheaf, High Street
Remake of 1941 horror, with Benicio del Toro.
                                                 Fri & Sat: 11.15pm
                                                                                                   OFS Studio (0844 847 2360)                                                                  COMEDY AND CABARET EVENING!! / Songs from musicals followed by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 9.30am from Campus Stores, Broad Street; free / www.oxonctc.org.uk
VALENTINE’S DAY [12A]  Fri & Sat: 1.15, 4.15, 7.30, 10.30pm                                  YAWN                                    Fri 26th: 7.30pm; Sat 27th: 2.30, 7.30pm                comedy sketches! / Fortune Players / 8pm, £5 incl. glass of wine / 07825 709005                                 Mon 1st
Expect Love Actually in Los Angeles.                    Sun - Thu: 2.15, 5.15, 8.15pm         Edward Fish is a great talker, but tonight he has to entertain Rachel. Ages 12+. £9 (£7)         / Oxford Brookes Student Union, Headington Hill Campus; 01865 484750              ROSE HILL READ/SWAP LIBRARY / Take new books away, bring books
YOUTH IN REVOLT [15]                                               Fri & Sat: 11.15pm         Cornerstone, Didcot (01235 515144)                                                               LOST CHIHUAHUA / 9pm, free / Royal Standard, 78 London Rd, Headington             you’ve finished. / 2-4.30pm, free / Rose Hill Community Centre, The Oval
Angsty adolescent adopts alias.
                                                                                              THE WORLD’S WIFE                                                       Thu 4th: 7.30pm
                                                                                                                                                                                               PETE MCCRAY / Soul & reggae / 9pm, free / The Red Lion, Oxford Rd, Marston        THAMES VALLEY CLIMATE ACTION / Getting together to stop climate change
Odeon Magdalen Street (0871 2244 007)                                                         Linda Marlow reads a selection of Carol Ann Duffy poems.           £13 (£11.50c, £10.50m)         DEPUTEES, PETE THE TEMP / Port Mahon, 82 St Clements; 01865 790970                / 7pm, free / tvca.ox4.org / East Oxford Community Centre, 44b Princes St
                                                                                                                                                                                               THE LEGENDARY PETE FRYER BAND / Classic covers / 9pm, free / The Jolly            ‘THE COVE’ MOVIE SHOWING / The Roots and Shoots Society / 8pm, free /
THE CRAZIES [15]                                            daily: 2.00, 5.00, 8.00pm
Toxin turns the residents of a small town into violent psychopaths.
                                                                                              The Mill, Banbury (01295 279002)                                                                 Postboys, 22 Florence Park Road, Oxford; Tel: 01865 779307                        lydia.cole@ouce.ox.ac.uk / Saskatchewan Room, Exeter College
                                                                                              QUARTET BY RONALD HARWOOD Fri 26th & Sat 27th: 7.45pm                                            RESERVOIR CATS / Blues and rock n roll / 9pm, free / The Bricklayers’ Arms,       WORDS OF PEACE / Short film of Prem Pal Rawat / 6pm, free / http://
DIRECTOR’S CHAIR: BROTHERS [15]                                            Tue: 8.45pm        Comedy drama in a retirement home for musicians. £6.50 / £8.50
Brother-in-law comforts the wife of a US Marine presumed dead.                                                                                                                                 39-43 Church Lane, Marston, Oxford; Tel: 01865 250177                             wordsofpeace.net / East Oxford Community Centre, 44b Princes Street
PERCY JACKSON & THE LIGHTNING THIEF [PG]                                                      Oxford School (01865 428200)                                                                    CUCKOO’S NEST, DRIVE / Cowley Workers Social Club, Between Towns Road             WHY DADS MATTER / Talk by David Bartlett of the Fatherhood Institute +
 Fri-Sun: 12.45, 3.30, 6.30pm; Mon: 1.45, 4.30pm; Tue-Thu: 3.30, 6.30pm                       PERPETUAL MOTION                                    Fri 26th: 6pm; Sat 27th: 2.30pm              SKA CUBANO, ORIGINAL RABBIT FOOT SPASM BAND, ACTION STATIONS                      beer tasting & food / 7-9pm, free / Grandpont Nursery School, Whitehouse Rd
American teenager discovers he’s the son of Poseidon.                                         A platform of performances from Oxford Youth Theatre groups.                      £3                                                                                               FLASH OXFORD USER GROUP / Meeting for users of Adobe Flash / 7.30-9pm,
                                                                                                                                                                                               DJ’S / 11-piece reggae/ska explosion / 7pm, £15 / O2 Academy, Cowley Road
UP IN THE AIR [15]                                            Fri, Mon - Thu: 6.15pm
                                                                                                                         College Venues                                                        THE CADILLACS / 9pm, free / Seacourt Bridge Inn, Westway, Botley                  free / http://flashoxford.com / Oxford Film & Video Makers, 54 Catherine St
High-flying frequent flier is brought back down to earth.
                                                                                                                                                                                              THE BIG GIG / Charity gig: 5 bands, Kiff, Lucky Generals, Brickwork Lizards...                                  Tue 2nd
    Vue Cinema (08712 240 240)                                                                LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS                                - Pembroke
                                                                                                                                       Fri 26th: 7.30pm; Sat 27th: 2.30pm, 7.30pm              / 7.30-11.30pm, £5-£6.50 / Faringdon Junior School, Gloucester St, Faringdon      IRISH CONVERSATION GROUP / The Half Moon, 18 St Clements, Oxford
ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKQUEL [U]                                                     In a dark little florist, in a dark little alley in New York, a muse is born... £8 (£7 student)   HONEY THIEF / Oxford City Amnesty’s retro fundraising night / 9.30pm,             POETRY EVENING / Bring & share work on the theme of ‘Heaven and Hell’ /
More little furry singers. Subtitled: Sun 12.00pm Sat & Sun: 12.00, 2.00, 4.20pm              PLATFORM                   - Keble          Fri 26th: 7.30pm; Sat 27th: 2.30pm, 8pm             £6.50/£5 / oxford-amnesty.org.uk / 01865 483490 / Baby Love, King Edward St       8pm / steffen.weishaupt@chch.ox.ac.uk / St Theosevia Centre, Canterbury Rd
ASTRO BOY [PG]                                     Sat & Sun: 11.55am, 2.25pm                Contemporary dance theatre choreographed and performed by students.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sun 28th                                             TUESDAY NIGHT KNITTING / 6pm, free / Jam Factory, Park End Street
Robot child superhero battles aliens!                                                         THREE SISTERS - Hertford                                  Fri 26th & Sat 27th: 7.30pm
AVATAR 3D [12A]  Fri & Sat, Wed: 12.30, 4.00, 7.30, 11.00pm                                  Chekhov drama in a promenade production, set in 1950s America. £10 (£5 students)                 OPEN MIC NIGHT / Come and have a go if you think you’re good enough /             DEUTSCHSPRACHIGER STAMMTISCH / Speak German, meet new people /
The highest-grossing film of all time.       Sun - Tue, Thu: 12.30, 4.00, 7.30pm               IN THE CLOSET - Wadham                                          Sat 27th: 7.30pm                 8.30pm, free / 01865 553549 / The Old Bookbinder’s Arms, 17 Victor Street         8.30pm, free / The Anchor Inn, 2 Hayfield Road, Oxford; Tel: 01865 510282
THE CRAZIES [15]              Fri & Sat, Wed: 12.15, 2.45, 5.15, 7.45, 10.15pm                                                                                           £7 (£5)
                                                                                              Murder mystery set in1928. An actor drops dead... can you expose the killer?                     JOHNNY FLYNN & THE SUSSEX WIT, ANNA CALVI, JAMES MATHE / Folk-                    GLOBE CAFE / Coffee & conversation for international students and visitors /
Toxin turns townsfolk to psychopaths. Sun - Tue, Thu: 12.15, 2.45, 5.15, 7.45pm               BENT - Keble                        Tue 2nd - Fri 5th: 7.30pm; Sat 6th: 2.30, 8pm                pop / TCT Music Presents / 7.30pm, £10 / The Bullingdon Arms, Cowley Road         8pm / www.globecafeoxford.org.uk / St Andrew’s Church, Linton Road
EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES [PG]                                                                   Examination of Nazi persecution of homosexuals; a defiant love story.                             JAY ELECTRONICA & CHIMA ANYA / Live performance / 7-11pm, £11+BF /                OXFORD UNIVERSITIES MOTORSPORT FOUNDATION (OUMF) / From 8pm
    Fri, Mon - Thu: 2.15, 4.45, 7.15, 9.45pm; Sat & Sun: 4.45, 7.15, 9.45pm                   BLOOD WEDDING - Wadham                                      Tue 2nd - Sat 6th: 7.30pm            freshairpr@gmail.com / 0844 477 2000 / O2 Academy, 190 Cowley Road                / www.oumf.org / 07761 823609 / The Britannia, 1 Lime Walk, Headington
Biotech executive searches for a cure for his children.                                       Lorca’s classic tragedy.
                                                                                                                                                                                               NUMBER 27 RHYTHM CLUB / Gin-soaked gramophone DJs play 78s with                   PLAY GO / Watch, play, learn for free. / Oxford Go Club / 7pm, free / www.
FROM PARIS WITH LOVE [15] Fri & Sat, Wed: 6.45, 9.30, 11.45pm                                 THE REVENGER’S TRAGEDY - Exeter                         Tue 2nd - Sat 6th: 8.15pm                                                                                                  britgo.org/clubs/oxford_c.html / 01865 248775 / Freud, 119 Walton Street
US ambassador’s aide is drawn into a terrorist plot. Sun - Tue, Thu: 6.45, 9.30pm                                                                                                              piano and trumpet / 3-5pm, free / Far From The Madding Crowd, Friar’s Entry
                                                                                              An exciting production of Thomas Middleton’s Renaissance classic.           £5 (£3)
INVICTUS [12A]                                Fri, Mon - Thu: 12.55, 3.45, 9.15pm            CHASTE MAID IN CHEAPSIDE - Somerville                             Wed 3rd: 7.30pm
                                                                                                                                                                                               LIVE JAZZ / With Steve Fishwick / 5pm / Quod, 92-94 High St; 01865 202505         LIFE DRAWING / 6.00-7.30pm (tutored), 8.00-9.30pm (untutored), £7.50 per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 session. / Jam Factory, 27 Park End Street; Tel: 01865 244613
Story behind Springboks’ 1995 Cup bid. Subtitled: Tue 9.15pm Sat & Sun: 9.15pm                Middleton’s city comedy, written for and played by a boys’ company.      £5 student              OPEN MIC & ELECTRIC JAM / Delicious Music / 7.30pm, £3, £2 (Students), £1
KIDS AM: ALIENS IN THE ATTIC [PG]                              Sat & Sun: 10.30am                                                                                                              (Musicians) / The Port Mahon, 82 St Clements, Oxford; Tel: 01865 790970           BOOK GROUP / Share your thoughts with other readers. / 7-8.30pm, £2 /
                                                                                              THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES - Pilch Studio Fri 5th, Sat 6th: 8pm                                                                                                                         cornerstone-arts.org.uk / Cornerstone Arts Centre, 25 Station Road, Didcot
Kids on vacation must fight off... can you guess?                                               V-Day Oxford 2010: The Vagina Monologues presented by the OUSU Women’s Campaign                  LIVE JAZZ / 8pm / Gee’s, 61 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PE; 01865 553540
LEAP YEAR [PG]                    Fri & Sat, Wed: 1.05, 3.25, 6.05, 8.30, 11.15pm              £5/£4 adv (pidge cheques made out to OSARCC to Emily Pfefer, Lady Margaret Hall)                FOLK NIGHT / A mix of Irish folk and other genres led by the legendary Mick       WRITERS’ GROUP / Share ideas with like-minded people / 1.30-3pm, £2 /
Elaborate proposal does not go to plan. Sun - Tue, Thu: 1.05, 3.25, 6.05, 8.30pm                                                                                                               Henry. Open session, all welcome / 8pm, free / The Half Moon, 18 St Clements      cornerstone-arts.org.uk / Cornerstone Arts Centre, 25 Station Road, Didcot
THE LOVELY BONES [12A]                                      daily: 2.30, 5.30, 8.45pm                                                                                                                                                                                            MEDITATION - THICH NHAT HANH / All welcome / Oxford Weekly Sangha
Murdered girl watches family. Over 18s: Sun/Tue 5.30pm
MY NAME IS KHAN [12A]
                                                              plus Sat, Sun: 11.30am
                                                                        daily: 9.00pm
                                                                                                                           Concerts                                                                                          Mon 1st
                                                                                                                                                                                               ACOUSTIC OPEN MIC / Come to sing or listen, informal and relaxing. / 9pm,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Meets / 6.30pm, donations / Friends’ Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford
Following a Muslim/Hindu family after 9/11.                                                                                                                                                    free / www.somersetmc.com / 07973 875049 / The Somerset, 241 Marston Rd                                         Wed 3rd
PERCY JACKSON & THE LIGHTNING THIEF [PG]                                                                                        Fri 26th                                                      TUBELORD / Post-rock, math-rock... whatever you want to call it. / YMD!           LUSH RE-OPENING PARTY / Celebrate new refit / 11am / Lush, Cornmarket St
Fri, Mon-Thu: 12.45, 3.35, 6.15pm; Sat, Sun: 10.15am, 12.45, 3.35, 6.15pm                                                                                                                      presents / £6 adv / ymdpresents.co.uk / The Jericho Tavern, 56 Walton Street      THE LEYS WOMEN’S INSTITUTE / 7.30pm, £29 per year / 07863 563583 /
American teenager discovers he’s the son of Poseidon.                                         ORGAN RECITAL / Ben Sheen (Christ Church) plays the exciting new                                                                                                                   The Clock House (East Oxford), Nightingale Avenue, Greater Leys OX4 7FX
                                                                                              Aubertin organ. / 1.10pm, free / 07816 638711 / St John’s College Chapel                         JEFF, MATTY & FRIENDS / A great jam session of melodic jazz / 9pm, free /
THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG [U] Fri, Wed, Thu: 1.30, 4.10, 6.30pm                                                                                                                                                                                                                  LIFE DRAWING / 6.00-7.30pm (tutored), 8.00-9.30pm (untutored), £7.50 per
   Sat & Sun: 10.00, 11.00am, 1.30, 4.10, 6.30pm; Mon & Tue: 1.30, 4.10pm                                                                                                                      01865 762372 / Ampleforth Arms, 53 Collinwood Road, Risinghurst, Oxford
                                                                                              TASMIN LITTLE & JOHN LENEHAN / Internationally renowned violinist                                                                                                                  session. / Jam Factory, 27 Park End Street; Tel: 01865 244613
Cursed prince mistakes debutante for royalty.
                                                                                              / 8pm, £10-£40 / 0870 7500659 / Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street                                 THE OXFORD IMPS / ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ style improvised comedy /
SHERLOCK HOLMES [12A]                                       Fri & Sat, Wed: 10.45pm
                                                                                              SONIC ARTISTRY / Contemporary and experimental music / OCM /
                                                                                                                                                                                               8pm, £3.50 / oxfordimps.com / 07985 922753 / The Wheatsheaf, 120 High St          PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB / Fun and friendly group / Ridgeway Speakers /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 7.15pm / ridgewayspeakers.org.uk / Guildhall, Abbey Close, Abingdon
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law star in latest adaptation.                                                                                                                                      BILLY WALTON BAND / The Famous Monday Blues / 9pm, £10 / www.
                                                                                              http://ah.brookes.ac.uk/saru / Headington Hill Campus, Oxford Brookes                                                                                                              AMNESTY LECTURE / Jonathan Israel: Basic Human Rights and Religion (1770-
SOLOMON KANE [15] Fri, Wed: 12am; Sat: 11.45am, 2.15pm, 12am                                                                                                                                   famousmondayblues.co.uk / The Bullingdon Arms, 162 Cowley Road, Oxford
Puritan ex-swordsman suspends retirement to battle evil. Sun: 11.45am, 2.15pm                                                    Sat 27th                                                      ACOUSTIC OPEN MIC NIGHT / Open to all / 8.30pm, free / www.                       89) / 5.30pm, £8 (£5) / oxford-amnesty-lectures.org / Taylor Institution Libr.
THE WOLFMAN [15]                                       Fri & Sat, Wed: 11.30pm               SONIC ARTISTRY / See Friday, above                                                               thecorridoroxford.co.uk / 01865 247519 / The Corridor, 119 Cowley Road            BBC FLOG IT! / 9.30am-4pm, free / 0117 974 7839 / flog.it@bbc.co.uk / www.
Remake of 1941 horror, with Benicio del Toro.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/beonashow/flogit.shtml / Sheldonian Theatre
                                                                                              SING FOR HOPE CONCERT / Oxford Gospel, Blackbird Leys, Eynsham                                   THE FREE BEER SHOW / Comedy club featuring top acts / 8pm, £7 (£5
VALENTINE’S DAY [12A]                              Fri, Mon - Thu: 2.25, 5.05, 8.00pm        Choral choirs + Eynsham Morris / St Leonard’s PCC / 7.30pm, £5 (£4) /                            members) / The Cellar, Frewin Court, off Cornmarket St; Tel: 01865 244761         OXFORDSHIRE CHURCHES / David Boswell talks. / 1.30pm, £1 inc tea and
Expect Love Actually in Los Angeles.                          Sat & Sun: 5.05, 8.00pm                                                                                                                                                                                            cake / www.smi-oxford.org.uk / St Margaret’s Institute, Polstead Road
                                                                                              jan_c_holland@hotmail.com / 01865 881841 / The Square, Eynsham
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tue 2nd
Ultimate Picture Palace (01865 245288)                                                        MOZART REQUIEM / 7.30pm, £7/£5 / St John’s College Chapel, St Giles
                                                                                                                                                                                               BRODOWN SHOWDOWN / Pop-punk mini fest: Amy Can Flyy, Heart In Hand,                                             Thu 4th
THE BOYS ARE BACK [12A] Q&A session on Fri. Fri & Sat, Thu: 7.00pm                            HAYDN’S CREATION / Choral work with full orchestra / 8pm, £7 (£3) /                              Canada Water, Casio Kid and more. / 6pm-4am. £7 / The Cellar, Frewin Court        PLAY GO / Watch, play, learn for free. / Oxford Go Club / 7pm, free / www.
Sports writer’s unique parenting style. Sun, Tue & Wed: 6.30pm; Mon: 8.30pm                   rachel.watson@chch.ox.ac.uk / Christ Church Cathedral, St Aldate’s                                                                                                                 britgo.org/clubs/oxford_c.html / 01865 248775 / Freud, 119 Walton Street
A PROPHET [18]                      Fri & Sat: 9.15pm; Sun, Tue & Wed: 8.30pm                BRUCKNER & MAHLER / 8pm, £7.50/£5 / hcms.hertford.ox.ac.uk/hbo /
                                                                                                                                                                                               ERRORS / 8pm, £7.50 / ymdpresents.co.uk / The Jericho Tavern, Walton St
                                                                                                                                                                                               BATTLE OF THE BANDS / The Wheatsheaf, High St, Oxford; 01865 721156               ATTITUDINAL HEALING / Non-judgemental circle / 7.30-9pm, donations /
Young inmate builds a following behind bars.                  French with English subtitles   01865 279400 / St Mary the Virgin, University Church, High Street                                                                                                                  nick_clegg(at)hotmail.com / Ann, 01869 246839 / 43 St Giles
UP IN THE AIR [15]                      Sat: 4.30pm; Wed: 2.30pm; Thu: 9.00pm                BEETHOVEN PIANO CONCERTO NO 1 / Soloist Mark Hooper / 8pm,                                       THE JAZZSOC JAM / Players and listeners welcome / 8.30pm; £1/free /
High-flying frequent flier is brought back down to earth.                                                                                                                                        http://users.ox.ac.uk/~jazzsoc/ / Copa, George Street, Oxford; 01865 246906       LUNCHTIME TALK: THE GOOD BOOK / Rev Prof Michael Screech: Some
                                                                                              £10/£8 / isischamberorchestra.org.uk / Jacqueline Du Pré Music Building                                                                                                            Renaissance views of the Bible / 12.30pm, free / St Giles’ Church, St Giles’
       Café Tarifa (01865 256091)                                                             EGLESFIELD MUSICAL SOCIETY / 1.30pm, free / www.queens.ox.ac.uk                                  FIELD MUSIC / Prog-pop / 7pm, £7 / O2 Academy, Cowley Road; 0844 477 2000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PRACTISE PUBLIC SPEAKING / Welcoming all levels of speaking ability / Isis
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW [12]                                             Sun: 8.00pm        / 01865 279125 / Queen’s College Chapel, High Street                                             COMEDY NIGHT / Evolution Comedy / £4.50/£5.50 / Duke’s Cut, Park End St           Speakers Club / 7pm, £5/month / 01865 724542 / Town Hall, St Aldate’s
                                                                                                                                                                                               ACOUSTIC TUESDAYS / 9pm, free / Café Coco Royal Oxford Hotel, Park End St
OFVM film night. Fancy dress!
                                                                                                                                Sun 28th                                                       LIZZIE NEWBERY JAZZTET / 9-11pm, free / Chester Arms, 19 Chester Street
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PLAGUE: HISTORIES AND CONTINUITIES / Professor Paul Slack, Principal,
   East Oxford Community Centre                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Linacre College / 5.30pm / Plant Sciences Dept. Large Lecture Theatre, Parks Rd
NINE TO FIVE [15]                                                         Wed: 7.30pm             Doric String Quartet                                                                                                       Wed 3rd                                             PROFESSOR DIRK HELBING / Cooperation, Norms and Conflict / 3.30pm,
80s comedy starring Dolly Parton. With Oxford Amnesty International.       £2.50/£1.50            Alex Redington (violin), Jonathan Stone (violin),                                            FIRST AID KIT / Swedish indie/folk duo consisting of the young sisters. / YMD!    free / www.21school.ox.ac.uk / 01865 287440 / Old Indian Institute Building
                                                                                                  Mark Braithwaite (viola), John Myerscough (cello)                                                                                                                              RIGHT TO WORK PUBLIC MEETING / Fight job cuts & defend public services /
  Exeter College (01865 279600)                                                                   Korngold String Quartet No.2 op.26 (1933)
                                                                                                                                                                                               / 8pm, £8 / www.ymdpresents.co.uk / The Jericho Tavern, 56 Walton Street
                                                                                                                                                                                               OPEN-MIC LIVE LOUNGE / Come play, sing or just sit back and enjoy the             7.30pm / righttowork.org.uk / 07947 857906 / Friends’ Meeting Hse, 43 St Giles
OIS CINEMA OF INDIA SERIES                                                  Fri: 7.00pm           Beethoven String Quartet op.18 No.4
                                                                                                                                                                                               tunes / 9pm, free / 07900 224988 / The Cape of Good Hope, 1 Iffley Road            LADYFEST / Help plan this year’s festival / 6.30pm / ladyfestoxford@gmail.
Vanaprastham (The Last Dance)                             Malayalam with English subtitles        Oxford            Tickets: Playhouse 01865 305305 / 07518 479062
                                                                                                  Coffee                                                                                        OPEN MIKE / Vocals and instruments, no amplifiers, just fun. / 8-11pm, free /      com / Far From The Madding Crowd, Friar’s Entry, (off Magdalen St), Oxford
Oxford Human Rights Film Festival                                                                 Concerts                             Holywell Music Room                                     PontMusic@aol.com / 07769 608124 / Folly Bridge Inn, 38 Abingdon Road             THE CASE FOR CHIROPRACTIC / Are therapies like chiropractic brilliant or
                                                                                                  www.coffeeconcerts.com                       Sun 28 Feb, 11.15am                                                                                                                bogus? / 7.30pm, £3 / scienceoxfordlive.com / Science Oxford Live, London Pl
BURMA VJ - Oxford Brookes Main Lecture Hall
Documentary with Burmese activist Ko Aung.
                                                  Fri: 6.00pm
                                                           Free                                                                                                                                                              Thu 4th                                             PLAGUES AND POLITICS / Professor Andrew Price-Smith, Colorado College /
                                                                                              BANDS CONCERT / Concert/Big Band music. / St Edward’s and Dragon                                 SPARKY’S FLYING CIRCUS / Weekly open music, poetry and song session /
TO SHOOT AN ELEPHANT - Oxford Quaker Centre Sat: 4.00pm                                       School / 7pm, free / 01865 319217 / St Edward’s School Hall, Woodstock Rd                                                                                                          5.30pm / Plant Sciences Dept. Large Lecture Theatre, Parks Road, Oxford
With Ghada Ageel, Charles & Anne Clayton.                  Free                                                                                                                                9pm, free / The Half Moon, 18 St Clements, Oxford OX4 1AB                         STITCH AND BITCH / Chat with others while knitting or stitching / 1pm, £2 /
MILK - Phoenix Picturehouse                      Sun: 4.00pm                                                                     Mon 1st                                                       CATWEAZLE CLUB / Weekly performance space for music, poetry and story.            cornerstone-arts.org.uk / Cornerstone Arts Centre, 25 Station Road, Didcot
Discussion led by Luke Tryl of Stonewall.                  Free                               MIDDLE EASTERN MUSIC / Palestinian composer Issa Boulos and local                                / 8-11pm, £5/£4 (performers free - sign up before 8pm) / catweazleclub.org /      COMPAS SEMINAR / Dr Iain Walker and Dr Oliver Bakewell: the impact of
MST: THE BIGGEST MARCH - Vaults & Garden         Mon: 7.00pm                                  ensemble ‘Oxford Maqam’. / 8pm, £12/£8 from ticketsoxford.com /                                  East Oxford Community Centre, 44b Princes Street, (corner of Cowley Rd)           diasporas / 2pm, free / compas.ox.ac.uk / Pauling Centre, 58 Banbury Rd
IN BRAZILIAN HISTORY / CTRL.ALT.SHIFT                      Free                               01865 305305 / Holywell Music Room, Holywell Street, Oxford OX1 3BN                              THE ANTLERS / Change of venue, original tickets still valid. / YMD! presents /    SHIFTING POWER: WHAT DOES CLIMATE CHANGE MEAN FOR GLOBAL
BURDEN OF PEACE / SAHARAWI - Vaults & Garden Tue: 7.00pm
With Firoze Manji / With Dir. Anna Evans Freke             Free                                                                  Wed 3rd                                                       £8 adv / www.ymdpresents.co.uk / O2 Academy, Cowley Road; 0844 477 2000           GOVERNANCE? / Prof. Steve Rayner / The Weidenfeld Debates / 4.30-6.30pm
                                                                                              OXFORD PHILOMUSICA / Mozart: Piano Quintet in E♭, K. 452, Symphony                               OPEN MIC VARIETY NIGHT / Hosted by Pete The Temp / 8pm, free / www.               / www.weidenfelddebates.org / Magdalen College Auditorium, High Street
SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DEVIL - Oxford Jewish Centre Wed: 7.00pm                                                                                                                                  jamesstreettavern.co.uk / 01865 202804 / James Street Tavern, James Street
Discussion led by Hugo Slim.                               Free                               No. 40 in Gmin / 8pm, £20 / oxfordphil.com / St Catherine’s College                                                                                                                THE IMAM AND THE PASTOR / Award-winning film on interfaith
                                                                                              ORGAN RECITAL / Riccardo Cossi, Trieste / 1.10pm, free / 01865 279125                            JAMES PEARSON WITH THE SPIN TRIO / Internationally renowned jazz                  peacebuilding in Nigeria with Imad Karam. / OxPeace / 8pm, free / http://
TRADE - Oxford Brookes Main Lecture Hall         Thu: 7.00pm                                                                                                                                   pianist / The Spin Jazz Club / 8.15pm, £9/£7/£6 / The Wheatsheaf, 120 High St
 Discussion led by Anti Slavery International.            Free                                / www.queens.ox.ac.uk / Queen’s College Chapel, High Street                                                                                                                        oxfordpeace.blogspot.com / St John’s Auditorium, St John’s College, St. Giles

				
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