Oxfordshire Theatre & Nightlife
Oxford itself has a whole range of things to do. There are big-name shows at the New Theatre, plays at the Oxford Playhouse, smaller productions at the intimate Burton Taylor Studio, and international music and dance at the Pegasus Theatre. The summer months bring outdoor productions in venues ranging from the Said Business School's amphitheatre to a former prison yard.
If you are looking for a good laugh there is live stand-up comedy every Saturday night at Oxford's new comedy club.
Rural Oxfordshire has its own nightlife - often centred round the village pub or hall.
Chipping Norton have their own delightful theatre, with live productions, films and events for children.
To visit the Unicorn Theatre at Abingdon, in an ancient part of the Abbey, once so dilapidated it was almost completely ruined, is a memorable experience in itself.
There are cinemas in almost every Oxfordshire town - some with multi screens showing the latest releases.
Or you can just sit outside a café or one of Oxfordshire's many picturesque ancient pubs and enjoy the food and ambience.