Dipper Malkin LIVE

Dipper Malkin LIVE

An intimate evening of music, reading and discussion with musicians John Dipper and Dave Malkin (Dipper Malkin) and local Oxford author Elizabeth Garner.

Join us in this beautiful Georgian building for tunes, songs, stories and chat about how our shared folk heritage provides a rich resource that can be used to create original work that speaks to the modern world.


“John Dipper’s duets with the guitarist Dave Malkin are perfectly judged, the latter’s occasional unassuming vocals adding just the right measure of grit. Exquisite…”
The Sunday Times

“The most satisfying invention in the novel is Elizabeth Garner’s own transformative prose, converting science into magic and rational inquiry into the poetry of adventure.”
The New York Times

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Oxford Scenes exhibition launch by Jack Smith

Oxford Scenes exhibition launch by Jack Smith

It will be a colourful exhibition, showing scenes from every corner of the city- from the Botanic gardens to the Headington Shark. Many of the paintings will be for sale.

The exhibition will take place upstairs in the new coffee lounge (which leads onto a terrace). Drinks will be available at the bar. Pop in and have a look, everyone welcome. Jack is looking forward to seeing you there! 

If you can’t make it to the opening night, the exhibition will be up for several weeks. Sold paintings will be available for collection at the end of June.

Pom Pom headband making workshop with A Rosie Life

Pom Pom headband making workshop with A Rosie Life

Get ready for festival season with Rosie's awesome Pom Pom Headband Workshop! Learn to make multicolour poms and create an eye catching Headband, perfect for parties, festivals, weddings and well, just everyday!

You will be able to choose from a rainbow of colourful acrylic yarns, and Rosie will talk you through some design ideas to give inspiration and get you in your creative flow!

The idea behind these workshops is to give you the time and space to get creative and learn a new skill. Creativity is great for promoting good mental health and reducing stress.

The evening will be held in the ground floor front room at Turl Street Kitchen, 16-17 Turl St, Oxford, OX1 3DH, from 6 pm – 8 pm on Tuesday 15th May.

 

Tickets are available HERE