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Culture Vulture 7th week

Cherwell’s culture editors peck at seventh week’s cultural offerings
Cherwell Culture on Saturday 25th February 2012
Photograph: Inez Janusczak
Broken Hearts Club
24th February, Baby Love
Join the iconic clubnight as it celebrates its sixteenth birthday  in style. Attractions will include sweets, songs and maybe a smoke machine.
Tickets £3 before 11pm, doors 10pm.

Broken Hearts Club

24th February, Baby Love

Join the iconic clubnight as it celebrates its sixteenth birthday  in style. Attractions will include sweets, songs and maybe a smoke machine.

Tickets £3 before 11pm, doors 10pm.

 

 

Grow Anthology launch

25th February, Oxford Hub

Oxford Students’ Oxfam group launches their new poetry anthology, GROW, with a theme of food sustainability. Featuring Caroline Williams, cake and caesuras.

Free entry, 8pm-9.30pm

 

 

 

Little Dragon

26th February, O2 Academy

The biggest new electro band on the block come to Oxford, supported by R&B act Holy Other. 

Tickets £13.50, doors 7pm

 

Upstairs Downstairs

26th February, BBC1

If you're suffering from Downton withdrawal, then top up your Toff levels with the second series of the BBC reboot. In this second episode, Lady Agnes distracts from bad news by throwing a dinner party.

9pm, on iPlayer soon after

 

 

Return of the Uke

26th February, Holywell Music room

Oxford Uni alumni and Ukulele virtuoso Andy Eastwood makes his first return to his old stamping grounds for a concert based around that much maligned instrument. Worth a l-uke.

Tickets £12.50/£10.50, doors 8pm


 

Rory & Tim Are Three

26th February, The Wheatsheaf

Following their sell-out BT show, Rory & Tim return to the Wheatsheaf for their last ever Oxford show with an hour of brand new material. Results may vary.

Tickets £3, doors 7.30pm

 

OUDS open mic night

26th February, The Cellar

Go with OUDS to celebrate the end of Hilary, the New writing festival and life. Featuring spoken word artists, stand-up comedians, bands, singers and a DJ, all performers from Oxford and beyond are welcome. If you just want to watch, then sit back, have a drink, and enjoy the best talent the city has to offer

Tickets £3 before 11, £5 after, doors 9pm

 

 

 

New Writing Festival

28th February - 3rd March, BT studio

OUDS presents a collection of new writing from the Oxford drama scene, including Antarctica, written by Robert Williams and The Tulip Tree by Oliver Mitchell. 

Visit oxfordplayhouse.com/btsstudent for details

 

The Boy with Tape on his Face

1st March, Oxford Glee club

Fresh from his critically-acclaimed Edinburgh run, the Kiwi Chaplin brings his unique, whimsical and hilarious take on mime to Oxford Glee club. Prepare to be speechless.

See http://www.glee.co.uk/oxford-comedy for details

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