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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: Festivals

Haute Kosher: Love (of Jewish holidays) in the time of Covid

Holidays are the punctuation of our lives; they come around every year with comforting regularity, providing an opportunity for rest, reflection, and celebration. Our experience of Jewish holidays since the pandemic arrived may not have been quite the same as usual, but nonetheless amid the grinding monotony of Covid-era life they have functioned as small pockets of joy.

Literature festivals of the future

"As idyllic as it sounds to vanish for a few days to the literary haven of Hay-on-Wye, for many, financial and geographic constraints curtail the prospect of reaching the so-called ‘Woodstock of the mind’."

Springtide Festival to return in May

The SU hopes the festival will "help integration between students and long term residents".

Common People, an Uncommon Stage

Ellen Peirson-Hagger discusses the diversity of Oxford music at Common People Festival

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