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    Here’s how to get the most out of this magical city in a day for under £20.

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    What with the nights drawing in, and the back to school feeling inspiring you to learn something new, Autumn is the best time of year to get into reading. So, why not try some of these new releases, tried and tested by use so you know they’re good!

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    Make your next wine tasting session a truly Mediterranean affair with a selection of award-winning wines coupled with authentic Italian appetisers

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    Fancy building up your architectural knowledge? For World Architecture day (1st October), take a look at these Top 5 buildings/structures around the UK by landmark architects.

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    If you’re too impatient to wait until Halloween to delve into the world of witches, magic and mystery, then why not get started early with a trip to the Ashmolean’s “Spellbound” exhibition!

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    Enter now for grandstand tickets for a family of four to the biggest day in the City’s calendar

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    We chatted to Director Richard Twyman, about English Touring Theatre’s latest production of Othello, which re-analyses the classic play through the lens of religion and spirituality.

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Ghouls out! It's half term

It’s that time already – but fear not! There are loads of things to do with your little monsters this half term…

Indika returns to Liverpool

Europe’s finest festival of Indian arts brings an eclectic line-up of music, dance and film to Liverpool

17 October 2018 – 3 November 2018

top-5-chocolate-indulgences

It’s National Chocolate Week (15-21 October), so why not do the truffle-shuffle to some of the UK’s most delicious chocolate spots from our indulgent guide – it will definitely come in candy!

The (floral) fabric of society

If you’re a fan of floral patterned fabric, you’ll love Dovecot Studios’ major retrospective on Liberty art fabrics and their impact on British fashion since 1875! We chatted to curator Kate Grenyer ahead of the exhibition.

Oxford on a Budget

Here’s how to get the most out of this magical city in a day for under £20.

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases of October

What with the nights drawing in, and the back to school feeling inspiring you to learn something new, Autumn is the best time of year to get into reading. So, why not try some of these new releases, tried and tested by use so you know they’re good!

“The poster became an art form.”

The Scottish National Gallery are exploring the work of poster pioneer Toulouse Lautrec in their upcoming exhibition “Pin-ups: Toulouse Lautrec and the Art of Celebrity”. We chatted to curator Hannah Brocklehurst to get the low down.

Win a classic wine tasting session for 2

Make your next wine tasting session a truly Mediterranean affair with a selection of award-winning wines coupled with authentic Italian appetisers

Top 5 UK Vineyards

The UK has some beautiful vineyards to visit, which are doing a grape job at promoting British viticulture!

Win Tickets for the Lord Mayor's Show!

Enter now for grandstand tickets for a family of four to the biggest day in the City’s calendar

Cause we are living in a Bacterial World!

We chatted to Professor Paul Smith, Director of Oxford Museum of Natural History, about the upcoming Bacterial World exhibition, which seeks to address the misconception that bacteria is something you need to clean off your kitchen surface!

“Looking at Tudor paintings through Tudor eyes…”

Renowned historian and broadcaster David Starkey has curated a brand new exhibition in Hever Castle’s Long Gallery, which aims to recreate what a typical Long Gallery would have looked like during the reign of Henry VIII.

Enrol for a History of Magic Lesson…

If you’re too impatient to wait until Halloween to delve into the world of witches, magic and mystery, then why not get started early with a trip to the Ashmolean’s “Spellbound” exhibition!

Top 5 Poetical Pursuits

Today is National Poetry Day, and to celebrate, you could do a lot verse than visiting one of our Top 5 events and venues to get your literary juices flowing.

The Seven Wonders of the Weald….

You may have heard of the seven wonders of the world, but what about the seven wonders of the WEALD? Located across Kent, this septet of stunning locations is hosting some intriguing activities this month, which we’ve rounded up for you in our handy guide!

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