10 Things To Do In Oxford: June 2023
June promises an impressive array of events across Oxfordshire as the indie scene heats up for Summer.
Here’s the Independent Oxford top tips for things to do in Oxfordshire this June. >>
Mostly Books are hosting an evening with Bobby Palmer as he discusses his bestselling debut novel, Isaac and the egg.
When Isaac Addy walks into the woods on the worst day of his life and finds something extraordinary there, he already knows he’s going to take it home. A grieving Isaac and his curious new friend are unlikely companions.
Isaac and the egg is one of the most hopeful, honest and wildly imaginative novels you will ever read.
1 June 19:00
Lots going on at Flo’s
Throughout the month Flo’s Place in the Park has fantastic events for both adults and children.
Nature explorers, crafters, story explorers, and families there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Head along for a lovely community lunch on a Monday or an evening of fun on the first Friday of the month.
For further information check out their website
Sarah Wiseman Gallery is thrilled to welcome Emily Powell for her solo exhibition, where she will present a new collection of works inspired by nature and her recent animal narrative work.
Emily Powell is one of the UK’s most exciting young artistic talents. Her body of work illustrates nostalgia and freewill.
10th June – 1st July 10:00 – 17:30
A special and extremely noisy show at Common Ground – Sly play in the round, in the centre of the room, and audience participation is a key part, so come get involved!
Supporting will be the excellent DEADPOP and opening, the local experimental noise crew Unman! Can’t wait!
2nd June 19:30
Find full information and tickets here
Learn evidence-based mindfulness tools for coping better with daily stresses, over eight weekly online sessions.
Saturdays 6th May – 24th June 14:00 – 16:30
Head to Florence Park in east Oxford for Flo Fest during the day from 11 am for the free community festival, and stay for an evening of live music, dj sets and GloFest’s now legendary epic laser filled closing DJ set from James Ussher.
Once again there will be some of the top acts that the legendary Oxford local music scene has to offer.
Flo Fest from 11 am – 4.30 pm (free)
Glo Fest from 6 pm – Book now
‘In Bloom’ is a story of redemption, overcoming the darkest days in one’s life to find light again.
In collaboration with Oxford University, virtual + augmented reality artist Estella Tse shares her story of overcoming Complex PTSD and debilitating Depression through her immersive art. You’ll find moments, snapshots, and explorations from four of Estella’s phases: The Darkest Days, Recovering and Doing the Work, Rebuild, and Thrive.
5 – 18th June – free event but ticketed.
Swap or shop used clothes, see the WISH textile exhibit to learn about the impact of textiles on the environment, and grab a snack from the Old Fire Station Cafe.
The Waste Innovation Station (WISH) guides Oxfordshire toward waste reduction, reuse innovations and sustainable consumption.
Sunday 4th June from 10 am – 12 pm.
Head to the Indie Oxford events page to see what else is happening in the indie network this month.
Planning on attending one of these events? A great way to support your local indie’s is by sharing their content online and leaving reviews on Google and Facebook. Also, be sure to use #indieoxford on Instagram and Twitter.