11 Things To Do In Oxford: February 2024

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Hooray, we’ve made it to February! There’s a fab selection of events from indies across Oxfordshire this month including wine tasting, journaling, dance and even drag bingo.

Here’s Independent Oxford’s top tips for things to do in Oxfordshire this February. >>

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Moving Backwards To Go Forward: Backbending Workshop

In this 2 hour workshop you will cover the basics and the techniques to transform and deepen your backbends. The Yoga Venue team will cover a range of topics including spinal extension and flexion, hip mobility and glute activation.

18th February 12:00 – 14:00

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Every Body Studio


A fun and energetic 60-minute dance-fitness class at Every Body Studio, designed to lift your mood and build confidence. Nothing to learn, simply follow along as all the favourite feel-good tunes blast in the studio. From 90s boybands to Lizzo and everything in between. Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary and modifications offered throughout.

Shake off your week and put a smile on your face.

17th February 15:00 – 16:00

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Jessies Art Shed Eynsham Oxfordshire journalling


Be inspired to start creating your own bullet/gratitude journal at Jessie’s Art Shed. With lots of ideas to use and on-hand help should you need it, as well as plenty of different materials to use!

You do not have to attend every month and don’t panic if you’ve never journaled before, this is the perfect time to start your journaling journey.

3rd February 10:30 – 12:30

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Amy Surman Oxford


Join Amy Surman at The Maker Space to learn how to make a sterling silver spinning ring in this 6 hour silversmithing workshop.

Made from sterling silver learn how to size the ring, cut, file, texture, form, solder, shape and polish to a professional finish.

11th February 10:00 – 16:00

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Sally Anne Stewart Lino Print Oxford workshop


In this linocut workshop Sally-Anne Stewart will introduce you to the basics of linocut – including the different tools, mark-making methods and what makes a good linocut design. You’ll carve and print your design so that you have your own beautiful, bold print to take home.

Tuesday 13th February 7 – 9.30 pm

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Modern Art Oxford


Ashkan Sepahvand, artist and Dphil student at the Ruskin School of Art, presents his film, Seeking for Story at Modern Art Oxford.

Seeking for Story is a film about how an archive embodies modes of encounter. The archive contains stories written by Ali Mirdrekvandi, a Luri peasant-labourer, and documents his unexpected friendship with John Hemming, a British lieutenant, during the Allied Occupation of Iran in WW2. Now in the Bodleian Libraries, the archive promises both a curse and a gift.

22nd February 18:30 -20:00

Free, booking essential

Mostly Books


Mostly Books welcome acclaimed crime author Elly Griffiths to Trinity Church to discuss her latest book, The Last Word, a twisty mystery that reintroduces the glorious characters made famous in the bestselling The Postscript Murders.

3rd February 13:00

Book ticket

Tap social


Tap Social in Botley is the host venue, as the worlds of bingo and drag entertainment come together like never before.

An unforgettable evening of fabulous fun and bingo excitement hosted by the most glamorous drag acts in town! Get ready to strut your stuff, dab your way to victory, and experience a night filled with laughter, glitz, and fantastic prizes. With three unique games of bingo each night, there’s no shortage of chances to win and enjoy the magic of drag entertainment.

8th February 19:30

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The Chester


Enjoy an evening at The Chester, specialist wine merchant, Welch & Co will share a selection of eight wonderful wines.

Canapés will be provided throughout and the ticket price includes a bottle of your favourite wine.

11th February 19:00 – 22:00

Places are limited, book now

Cafe at the Old Fire Station Oxford


How do people respond emotionally to the climate and nature crises that is being experienced?

Join the Oxfordshire Climate Cafes team at the OFS Cafe for this 45 minute interactive workshop. Explore a range of climate emotions including grief, fear and anger. Discuss strategies for managing such feelings in daily lives and take away some useful materials afterwards.

4th February 14:30

Free event, sign up now

Common Ground Oxford


The monthly Climate Cafés offer something different from the usual gatherings of people with interests in climate change. The idea behind them is that talking about climate change is really important – but it is often made more difficult by feelings of guilt of not doing enough, or frustration that others are not doing enough. The Climate Café offers a space to talk about climate change and how it is makes people feel, not to talk about what people should be doing.

11th February 14:30

Find out full details here


Popina by Lynrace Oxford


Indie Oxford Members Meet Up and wine tasting at POPINA by Lynrace on Wednesday 28th February.

POPINA by Lynrace is a wine, cheese and charcuterie bar inspired by the popinae of Ancient Rome and the history of Oxford’s Jericho district. Discover rare grape varieties with exciting food pairings in a memorable setting!

Indie Oxford hosts regular meet ups for members including peer support sessions, skill sharing and social events like this wine tasting evening.

To find out more about Indie Oxford meet ups and membership, contact Rosie at rosie@independentoxford.com

Head to the Indie Oxford events page to see what else is happening in the indie network.

Planning on attending one of these events? A great way to support local indies is by sharing their posts online and leaving reviews on Google and Facebook. Also, be sure to use #indieoxford on Instagram.

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