Oxford’s legendary members’ society is famous for its feisty debates, heavyweight international speakers (as well as odder guests, such...
Britain’s oldest public museum, and second in repute only to London’s British Museum, the museum was established in 1683 when Elias...
Bill Spectre’s Ghost Trails
For a highly entertaining and informative look at Oxford’s dark underbelly, join Victorian undertaker Bill Spectre on a tour of Oxford’s...
For West End shows, ageing pop stars, comedians and plenty of fanfare.
Fire & Stone
The wood-fired pizzas within this slick, colourful interior take their inspiration from five continents. Try the ‘Marrakesh’ with ground...
24-26 George St · interesting places nearby
Jamie’s Italian information
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant serves up some excellent rustic Italian dishes at affordable prices, with the antipasti served on their trademark wooden planks. Decor is modern – all graffitied walls and exposed brick – dishes such as linguini with clams and wild mushroom panzerotti are great and the service efficient.