Want to make the most of your weekend? Here's what you could get up to in Oxford.

To take the guessing work out of what’s happening locally, we’ve put together a list of some of the best events and activities to keep you occupied.

You can also take a look at Oxford Mail’s Local Events listings to stay in the loop.

What's on in Oxford this weekend?

Friday, March 11


Enjoy Richard Evans' original soundtrack which blends analogue synths, electro-rhythms and live vocals inspired by Climate Change.

The gig is suitable for those aged 12 and over and standard tickets will cost you £13 via the Old Fire Station website.

Start time: 8 pm

Location: Arts At The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxfordshire, OX1 2AQ

Saturday, March 12

Julia and the Shark: Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Tom De Freston

Kiran will be talking about her latest novel Julia and the Shark which follows the story of a mother, a daughter and a great Greenland shark.

Tickets are available for £7 each via the Story Museum website and the event is suitable for ages 9 and over.

Start time: 2.30pm

Location:  42 Pembroke Street, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BP

Oxford Symphony Orchestra - Goldmark and Mahler

Goldmark was a contemporary of Mahler, and his Violin Concerto used to be as popular as the likes of Brahms and Tchaikovsky.

Get tickets to Mahler's 6th Symphony from £16 via the Tickets Oxford website.

Start time: 7.30pm

Location:  Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate's Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BX

Sunday, March 13

The Disappearing World: An Exhibition Of Work by David Cotton

Just a short drive away, David Cotton will be exhibiting his collection of work “The Disappearing World” from Saturday, March 12 to Saturday, April 16. 

The exhibition has free entry and disabled access.

Start time: 2pm - 4pm

Location: West Ox Arts, The Gallery Market Square, Bampton, Oxfordshire

Whitney - Queen of the Night

The award-winning production includes an amazing line-up of musicians and artists all gathered to celebrate one of the most beloved singers of all time. 

There are still a few tickets available, with prices starting at £27, and can be purchased via the Ticketmaster website.

Start time: 7 pm

Location: New Theatre Oxford, George Street, Oxford

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