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Great Tew - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Wednesday 18th March, 2015
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Joe Lycett, Katherine Ryan, Aisling Bea and James Acaster are among the comedy stars heading for Cornbury Music Festival at the Great Tew Estate in Oxfordshire this 10-12 July. This summer’s exceptional line-up features Birmingham’s own Joe Lycett (Live at the Apollo, Celebrity Juice), w[...]
Great Tew - Posted By: Gavin Hyatt - Thursday 27th November, 2014
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Music fans must act quickly if they want to lay their hands on discounted tickets for next summer’s Cornbury Music Festival. The Festival’s Earlybird tickets will be on sale for one week only from midday on Friday 28 November to[...]
Kingham - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Friday 29th August, 2014
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Alex James has opened the gates to his farm once again this year for the The Big Feastival, the UK's top music, food and family festival that runs until this Sunday. We're there over the weekend filming as much as we can, if you alr[...]
Great Tew - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Sunday 25th May, 2014
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Festival goers will get the rare chance to experience the extraordinary Gipsy Kings in their only forthcoming UK performance in 2014 as they take a break from their 25th Anniversary US tour to appear at the Cornbury Music Festival. [...]
Charlbury - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Friday 2nd May, 2014
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Come up with a good name for Riverside’s special Festival ale and you could win a year’s worth of beer. Oxfordshire’s favourite craft brewer Wychwood is once again producing an exclusive handcrafted traditional bitter for the[...]
Oxford - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Wednesday 9th April, 2014
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Leena Thakker, owner of Musical Minis Oxford, has welcomed a report that says children who take part in activities such as singing nursery rhymes, are likely to be happier more content children, with better developed social, motor and[...]
Cornbury - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Saturday 29th March, 2014
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The gloriously multifaceted and delightfully freewheeling festival known as Wilderness returns this summer for the fourth year, with even more musical, culinary, literary and theatrical hijinks set to take place in the gorgeous Cornbur[...]
Kingham - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Wednesday 26th February, 2014
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The summer’s top music, food and family festival, Jamie Oliver & Alex James present The Big Feastival, returns with a bang this year with its best line-up yet. As the festival moves into its third year on the farm and its following[...]
Great Tew - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Wednesday 26th February, 2014
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It’s hardly sunbathing weather, but this deckchair is more of a collector’s item than a piece of furniture. Van Morrison, Keane, James Arthur and Imelda May are amongst the star acts at last year’s Cornbury Music Festival who sig[...]
Oxford - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Monday 18th November, 2013
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The LiveFriday ethos aims to showcase contemporary culture alongside historic masterpieces within the Ashmolean collection and beyond. The unique mix between old and new; historic and contemporary; traditional and cutting-edge has neve[...]
Great Tew - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Monday 18th November, 2013
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Earlybird tickets for the Cornbury Music Festival (4-6 July 2014) at Great Tew Park, Nr Chipping Norton, are on sale now but festival fans will need to act quickly as there are a limited amount of these discounted tickets. Tickets cost[...]
Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AQ - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Sunday 15th September, 2013
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The Listening Room FREADA + KILL MURRAY + THE SEA THE SEA 22st September, 7.30pm Old Fire Station, George Street, Oxford Join us in The Listening Room… A new regular Sunday night music event by Arts at the Old Fire[...]
Oxfordshire - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Tuesday 6th August, 2013
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Today, Wilderness has announced that tickets to its award-winning festival have sold out in only its third season. Created in 2011, the festival of arts and escapades is set amidst the stunning landscapes of Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire [...]
Charlbury - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Monday 15th July, 2013
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FREE family-friendly music festival in an idyllic riverside setting, with more than 40 acts playing across three stages, rock, indie, jazz, and folk on the main two stages and all sorts on the Riverside Fringe stage! Saturday 27 July [...]
Banbury - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Wednesday 10th July, 2013
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Award winning songstress Aurora J Young is no ordinary singer songwriter. Her style may be hard to pin down in genre or type, but there is little doubt that she possesses a unique and powerful voice with superb songwriting skills to ma[...]
Oxford - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Monday 1st July, 2013
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Kobosh play dynamic alternative rock with elements of klezmer and a sprinkling of progressive. Their live shows are always high energy and engaging and Wednesday 3rd July at the Cellar Bar will be no exception. This will be the fir[...]
Oxford - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Tuesday 18th June, 2013
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Led by Verses by SinFiction Led by Verses is the first album from Oxfordshire-based band SinFiction. Combining indie rock with melodic acoustic guitar, Led By Verses not only affirms this four-piece’s ability to craft highly[...]
Great Tew - Posted By: Richard Kibbey - Tuesday 11th June, 2013
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Cornbury Music Festival is pleased to announce a late addition to its 10th anniversary line-up – Wilko Johnson. Wilko Johnson, the legendary guitarist of 70s Rock band Dr Feelgood was a founding father of the British punk mov[...]
Oxford - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Friday 7th June, 2013
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Scott first starting playing music live in roughly May 2000. He considers himself a multi-instrumentalist but mainly plays acoustic guitar and sings. Shortly before his 21st birthday he got the opportunity to record in a professiona[...]
Banbury - Posted By: Gavin Glover - Thursday 6th June, 2013
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Having met at music college in 2011, ‘Tropical Beach Pop’ purveyors Dance à la Plage (dance towards the beach) have quickly accumulated a seriously dedicated following of music fans and the band’s festival[...]