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Exhibition: ‘Drawing Stories; Fairy Tales & Wildlife’ by David Melling

Abingdon County Hall Museum Market PlaceAbingdon-on-Thames,

Now a resident of Abingdon, David Melling has been an author & illustrator of children’s books for 28 years now. He first wrote and illustrated his own picture book THE KISS THAT MISSED, in 2002, which was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway award. He is probably best known for his Hugless Douglas series. To date […]

A Guided Walk through Ancient Abingdon

Barrow Hills Audlett DriveAbingdon,

Join local archaeologist Jeff Wallis for a walk and discover the traces of ancient settlements, such as an early Bronze Age barrow cemetery at Barrow Hills in North Abingdon. Jeff is a silversmith with an archaeological and palaeontology background. He focuses on ancient Abingdon and points out key markers in the landscape that give clues […]

£8

Ocean Film Festival World Tour

Dive into a night of mesmerising ocean adventure! The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is back for 2021 with a brand-new collection of the world’s most incredible ocean films! Brought to you by the team behind the Banff Mountain Film Festival UK & Ireland Tour, this carefully curated selection of short films combines epic human […]

£14 – £16

Skittle Alley – Live at the Legion

Abingdon Royal British Legion Club 25 Spring Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire

Live at the Legion Skittle Alley Abingdon's premier live music collective. Free entry.  All welcome.

Romeo & Juliet

Amey Theatre, Abingdon School Abingdon School Park RoadAbingdon,

Romeo and Juliet risk everything to be together. In defiance of their feuding families, they chase a future of joy and passion as violence erupts around them. This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing […]

£12 – £14

Exhibition: ‘It’s Not All Black and White – Abingdon in True Colours’ by Martin Wackenier

Abingdon County Hall Museum Market PlaceAbingdon-on-Thames,

A photographic exhibition at Abingdon Museum from 2nd October to 23rd December 2021. “Originally from Ypres in Belgium, I lived in Abingdon for the last 13 years now and very much consider it as my home. Over the last 13 years I have been capturing the town and its people on many different occasions from […]

Abbey Chamber Concerts October

St Nicolas Church Market PlaceAbingdon-on-Thames,

Radcliffe Strings and Bethe Levy present Brahms piano quartet in C Minor

£10

The People Versus with special guests The Lost Notes and support from Patrick Griffin

Harwell Village Hall 195 Tahimik StreetHigh StreetHarwell,

Big Ginger Tom Music are pleased to bring you two local acts plus an up and coming Birmingham based band to Harwell Village Hall. The People Versus have been quickly recognised as one of the most exciting talents coming out of the Folk Music scene, bringing their harmonies, driving rhythms and storytelling tradition to the […]

The People Versus with special guests The Lost Notes and support from Patrick Griffin

Harwell Village Hall 195 Tahimik StreetHigh StreetHarwell,

Big Ginger Tom Music are pleased to bring you two local acts plus an up and coming Birmingham based band to Harwell Village Hall. The People Versus have been quickly recognised as one of the most exciting talents coming out of the Folk Music scene, bringing their harmonies, driving rhythms and storytelling tradition to the […]

£15

Abbey Chamber Concerts November

St Nicolas Church Market PlaceAbingdon-on-Thames,

Diana Hinds presents Schubert's last sonata, the B flat ('which absorbed me for much of the Lockdowns'), plus a series of "Reflections" by Howard Skempton

£10

‘1941, High Noon for Hitler’ – WW2 Talk Series by Gareth Howell

Council Chamber, The Guildhall Abbey Close, Abingdon, Oxfordshire

BBC Radio Nottingham’s history advisor Gareth Howell returns to recount the story of WW2 - Buy your ticket now! By February 1941 Germany had conquered Western Europe and Norway, but Britain fought on having achieved a number of important victories over the Italians. In 1941 Germany will conquer Yugoslavia, Greece and Crete while fighting the […]

£10

Murder in Ankh-Morpork

Unicorn Theatre, Thames Street, Abingdon Thames StreetAbingdon,

A new play based on Terry Pratchett's hilarious Discworld books. The principal city on Discworld is protected by the multiverse's most diverse police force. But a new threat is emerging - the Disc's first and only firearm. The Gonne. Terry's friend and collaborator, Stephen Briggs, got special permission to put together an affectionate mash-up incorporating characters and bits from Guards! Guards!, Thud! and Feet […]

£12
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