Saturday 9th March 7.00 - 11.30pm: The HorMONES are playing at this free live music and disco event
For International Women’s Day on Saturday 9th March at Florence Park Community Centre. Invite your friends and have a great night out! It’s free! - with donations at the door (cash or card) - all £ raised will go to the amazing Young Women’s Music Project (YWMP), who do life-changing work with young people. The fab Hot Crumpets are also playing Please share the poster - it would be great to see you there, and to raise money for the amazing YWMP!
MECHANICAL ANIMALS ACOUSTIC SESSIONS (2) Sunday 10 March Doors open at 7.30pm Pay what you can on the night Mechanical Animals Acoustic Sessions (2) showcases unplugged versions of three Oxford acts.
BARRICANE Modern folk with a femme fatale twist, is fronted by singer songwriters Rosy Piper and Emily Green. PEA SEA Christopher Rollen started Pea Sea in the late 90s in his hometown of Gretna, Dumfriesshire, Pea Sea has been exploring the art of songwriting with elements of storytelling, pop folklore and confessional poetics. PET TWIN Pet Twin is an alternative and electronic project based in Oxford led by singer James Gallagher. They like to soak their songs in melancholy and draw inspiration from the darker, more vulnerable parts of themselves. A lot of Pet Twin’s tracks are written in winter (when James takes most inspiration from his environment) and are often recorded in the dark. Their debut album is on the way.
Doors open at 8pm Mambo Panthers Live in Concert at Florence Park Community Centre! Get ready for a night of electrifying Latin and world beats that will make you dance the night away! The Mambo Panthers are hitting the stage at Florence Park Community Centre on March 16th, and you won't want to miss this unforgettable experience.
Friday 22nd March - An original play 'Street Party' From the Post Pandemic Performance Project Tickets now on sale! Free tickets with options to donate to our chosen cause Four Paws Cat Rescue. We will hold a raffle and accept donations at the show to help raise funds for Four Paws. www.wegottickets.com/postpandemicperformanceproject Friday 22nd March 2024, 7pm, Doors 6.30pm. at the Florence Park Community Centre.
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Usually Last Saturday of each Month, changed in Jan'24 due to the Panto.
Free art and ecology events series, all materials provided. Friday 19th April Florence Park Community Centre Open to all ages, free event Learn about the ecology of local nature reserves, create stunning art work, learn new skills, have fun and discover why art and ecology matters. Join the whole series of events of come along to one or other as you wish. Run by Helen Edwards, artist, dancer and scientist working with communities for 25 years, also Chair of Oxford Urban Wildlife Group, passionate about exploring intimate connection with nature and community, and possibilities for re-visioning ecological interconnectedness. Supported by The Art Society Oxford, Cutteslowe Greenhouse Project, Cutteslowe Community Centre, Freshwater Habitats Trust and The North Wall Arts Centre. Contacthels19@hotmail.com
SUNDAY APRIL 28th 2pm - 6pm BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! During this 4 hour workshop you will learn the basics of spinning yarn on a drop spindle and take home your very own skein of hand spun yarn! Katherine from Yarny Goodness will provide all the materials you need to give this ancient craft a try. You’ll learn - the basics of turning fibre into yarn - how to spin using a drop spindle - experiment with wool from different breeds of sheep - how to ply and finish your yarn Participants will be limited to 6 to ensure individual attention. £45 per person To book, email Katherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
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