Friday 11th October >> The Day of the Deadbeats 10 @ Tap Social Movement

19:30 – 23:00

We’re taking The Day of the Deadbeats out on the road to the magnificent Tap Social Movement on Friday the 11th October and y’all should come along! It’s been a beautiful road over these last 2 years and when we look back over the quality and talent we have had grace the doors of this special evening we are astounded. Thank you to everyone who has played and come along.

To celebrate we have the very first crew who stepped out with us – our comrades-in-arms and masters of the musical dark, the very wonderful The Ragged Charms. With original songs that sound like you’ve known them all your life the Charms embrace a cornucopia of musical delights. Mixing up hard driving blues with a promiscuity of influences from punk to bossa nova, their music is at once timeless and contemporary. 2nd up and as the night closes in, we have the blistering rockabilly and rock ‘n’ roll of the stunningly sexy The Long Insiders. Summoning the spirits of early Elvis, Link Wray and Dick Dale, these boys will chill your bones with a hint of voodoo, a touch of the ghoulish and a lot of vintage guitar. Loud, dark, fun and not for the fainthearted. The Long Insiders are self generated, like b-movie slime – holy moly Oxford – you ready for them? Us Deadbeats will then close the evening with some sweet soul music and Rock and Roll with songs from our new EP ‘Bring out your Deadbeats’

As always the night is free – its all about the music and making a night to never forget. Our amazing hosts at Tap Social Movement were founded in 2016, and grew out of a passion for good beer and social justice. A craft brewery which provides training courses for people serving prison sentences, offering courses in brewing and business start-up, and providing one-on-one support in securing permanent employment to assist in effective rehabilitation. Plus beautiful food vendor for the night is Sri-Licious – Sri Lankan Street Food – quite simply divine grub.

We hope to see new and old faces alike so please join us for a for a huge delicious helping of country, soul and rock and roll and to celebrate number 10 out on the road.

“Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.”
― Jack Kerouac, On the Road

Friday 11th October 2019 >> Autumn Open Day 2019 @ Turl Street Kitchen with Yoga Quota

8:30 – 20:30

Join us on Friday 11 October for our autumn Open Day at our Turl Street Studio. The whole day is free, so it’s the perfect time to bring along your friends that you’ve been convincing to try yoga. Choose from your favourite style or try something new! There are lucky door prizes throughout the day, and special offers and discounts on studio passes.

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Limit of one class per person.


Saturday 12th October 2019 >> Yoga Nidra @ Turl Street Kitchen – £20

18:30 – 20:00

Join Laura for a nourishing & restorative Yoga Nidra practice.

Yoga Nidra is an incredibly profound and transformative practice. By creating a warm, cosy and safe space, students are able to nestle into a place of comfort and rest, where they are able to simply receive. Yoga nidra is a practice that guides awareness through the sensations of the body, the movements of the breath and into a state of deep rest. Experiences are unique to the individual as they travel through their own journeys within, but frequently report feelings of rejuvenation, warmth and a sense of being held. The nourishing and nurturing qualities of Yoga Nidra are incredibly supportive and all are welcome.

This workshop is £20.

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Saturday 12th October – Saturday 2nd November >> ‘Rustlings – Autumn Days by Catherine Rayner’ @ Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Monday 10:00 – 16:00
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 – 17:30
Closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays

The award-winning author and illustrator reveals new work in her solo exhibition.

Sarah Wiseman Gallery is delighted to announce Rustlings – Autumn Days by Catherine Rayner a solo exhibition by the award-winning children’s author and illustrator. In her latest collection of work, Catherine has been inspired by the turning of the seasons, when wild creatures are busily preparing for the winter ahead.  ‘I’m hoping to convey a sense of ‘getting ready for winter’, say Catherine.

Visitors can expect to see new paintings and prints inspired by small creatures, searching out fruit and nuts for their winter stores; gathering of grasses and thistledown for their nests before finally hunkering down for the winter.

‘By painting in golds, browns and coppers, and observing animal behaviour over the autumn season, I hope that these new pictures will evoke a feeling of cosiness,’ explains Catherine. ‘The viewer will feel the chill, hear the crunch of leaves underfoot and smell the scent of the season when they are walking around the exhibition, ‘

Using liquid acrylics and silkscreen printmaking, Catherine’s lively and expressive line describes movement whilst playing with scale and space. By placing the animal to one side of the paper, for example, she suggests that it has just strayed into the frame and at any moment might just wander off again. Her silkscreens are made expressively and organically often including up to thirty layers of colour.

Catherine Rayner has written and illustrated over a dozen critically acclaimed, award winning picture books for children, since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 2004. She is the recipient of the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal (other winners include Sir Quentin Blake, Shirley Hughes CBE and Chris Riddell OBE) She has also illustrated books for Michael Bond, Julia Donaldson, Michael Morpurgo and Ursula Moray Williams.

Catherine has worked with Sarah Wiseman Gallery for over a decade with ‘Rustlings’ her third solo exhibition.

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Saturday 12th October 2019 >> Arm Knit a Throw @ Tap Social Movement – £65

14:00 – 16:00

Come and join us at Tap Social, Oxford to create your own supersoft and chunky throw. We will use the amazing Woolly Mahoosive Mammoth yarn, there will be a choice of lovey colours and it’s vegan friendly. The finished throw will measure approximately 70cm x 130cm and are for light decorative use.

This project is perfect for beginners and those who have knitted or arm knitted previously. Refreshments are included as well as a friendly atmosphere and lots of chat.

There is no parking available at the venue so please either use public transport or Seacourt Park and Ride car park. Please email me on with any questions you may have.
Thank you x

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Tuesday 15th October 2019 >> Workshop: Win Back A Day A Week @ The Covered Market – £175

9:30 – 13:00

This workshop will show you how to Be Purposeful, Plan Properly, Put First Things First and Drive Profit.


Participate in this workshop if you feel there are never enough hours in the day, if you feel overwhelmed by too much to do and information overload and if you want a clear plan on how to move forward and create a great platform for a brilliant 12 months ahead.


Clarify your purpose and vision
Structured reflection on learnings of the past, and what you want to change
Mindful and meaningful goals setting for the year ahead
Strategies to building a sustainable business plan
Dealing with mind-set, motivation and overcoming barriers
A range of practical ideas and tools for management time and energy
Accountability and action plan (the next 30, and 90 days)
Templates and handouts to make it real and help it happen!


Understanding yourself better via a personality diagnostic (free online as advance preparation along with tutor questionnaire)
Sharing of ideas with other people in the same boat
Practical exercises for your business
A unique blend of coaching and training
Aligning of personal and professional goals
Gain focus on what matters most to you and what this means
Feel empowered, confident and on track for a great 2019

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Tuesday 15th October >> Crochet Plant Hanger @ Oxfam Superstore, Cowley – £35

10:30 – 13:30

Learn to make a Crochet plant hanger made with 100% recycled cotton rope. All the tools and materials needed to finish the plant hanger will be provided.

A donation from all ticket sales will be given to Oxfam.

Message from Oxfam: “Please note this is not a fundraising event and ticket fees will go towards paying for facilitator, Eventbrite/Oxford Etsy booking fees and promotion. Any remainder will be donated to Oxfam by Oxford Etsy.”

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Friday 25th October 2019 >> Linden Chocolate Tasting @ The Covered Market – £ 15

19:30 – 21:30

A tutored session delivered for small groups by master chocolate maker Yatir Linden into the deepest flavours of chocolate.

You would be surprised how complex the taste of chocolate is and how much Linden chocolate differs from any other chocolates you have ever tried . We will share our inspiration for creating more exotic, interesting, and tempting flavours.

You will have the opportunity to indulge yourself in tasting the widest range of flavours we can offer.
The tasting event is conducted in a form of open-discussion and questions are always welcome.
The session will include approximately 12 blind tastings and you’ll receive a discount voucher for our online shop!
For more info please contact me directly – 07496600748
Hope to see you there:)

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Saturday 9th November 2019 >>  OxSwap @ Silvie’s

15:00 – 16:00

OxSwap at Silvie’s Cafe: clothing for women, men, kids and baby.

Autumn/Winter items please!
Bring your unloved clothes, bags, accessories, shoes and ‘new’ wardrobe treasures.

This whole event is free however please support our hosts by buying something delicious from the menu.

Saturday 16th November 2019 >> Yoga and Brunch @ Tap Social Movement – From £16

9:00 – 12:00

Start the morning with a herbal tea, sat on your yoga mat taking some time out from life. Meditate, practice yoga, socialise over brunch. Doors will open at 9am where you will be greeted by Ajaye & Alexa from the Project PT, you will be offered a warming herbal tea and can start to set up your space for your yoga practice.

The class will commence at 9.30am and will combine both yoga and meditation practice for 90 minutes with Hannah Hatha Yoga.

The space will be transformed into a peaceful tranquil area with artificial grass between your toes, fairy lights and lavender smells.

We follow the yoga class with a sit down brunch, where you can meet like minded people and ask any questions of our on hand instructors. The brunch will be your choice of overnight oats or yoghurt with fresh fruit & nuts. This will be accompanied with freshly baked bread that morning from Hamblin Bakery and a speciality filter coffee or tea. The overnight oats is a vegan option and all fruit is sourced locally with minimal packaging.

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Friday 29th November 2019 >> Wreath Making Workshop with The Garden @ The Indie Oxford Market Place – £54.49

14:00 – 16:00

Join the Garden in the Covered Market as they transform it into a Christmas wonderland!

They will be hosting a Wreath Making Workshop for any beginners who want to learn how to make their own traditional festive door wreath from scratch in the upstairs workshop at Independent Oxford’s new unit in The Covered Market.

All materials and refreshments are provided and it’s sure to be a fun and creative afternoon for all.

Taught by their own friendly florists Sarah and Yvette who will guide you through the process from begining to end.

Book soon to avoid disapointment, their class size is intimate, so there is limited availability.

Do not hesitate to give them a call if you have any questions on 01865240709.

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Tuesday 10th December 2019 >> Topsy Turvy (12) – Lesser known Mike Leigh @ Iffley Film Nights – £6

19:00 – 17:30

A notable departure from Leigh’s ‘kitchen sink’ realism and a nominee for BAFTA’s award for Best British film of its year, 2000.

Gilbert and Sullivan musicals divide taste. But this is the story of lyricist W.S. Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivan at a rocky time in their relationship, following the commercial flop that was ‘Princess Ida.’ Seeped in meticulous Victorian detail, and with Leigh’s familiar cast, Lesley Manville, Jim Broadbent and Timothy Spall among them, this is an engrossing portrait of the creative partnership that stepped back from breaking up and went on to produce ‘The Mikado.’ Leigh
struggled to get distribution for this film but it became known as ‘one of the best movies you might have missed!

Tickets £6 which include a glass of wine, nibbles and convivial companions!
Reserve, with name, film name and number of tickets

Doors open 7pm for 7.30 screening
Iffley Church Hall, Church Way, OX4 4EG

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