The Community centre is located in a beautiful old Victorian pumping station built in 1856 and can be found a mile from the centre of Oxford just off the Abingdon Road in Lake Street.
The Story Museum offers a range of interesting creative spaces available for hire.
Be it party, live event, workshops, or conference, The Story Museum can provide you with the right space at the right price.
Please download our hire packs from our website for more detailed information on the spaces we have available: https://www.storymuseum.org.uk/about-us/...
Sculpture Workshops Oxford " is in the middle of Garford, a village just outside Oxford and Abingdon, near Frilford junction where the A338 to Wantage caresses the A414 to Whitney. The teaching and sculpture studio is a conservatory in the back of the garden of the sculptor Beatrice . It has plenty of light, and is well provided with instruction and inspiration: books, a library of laminated images of sculptures, specialised tools, natural objects and toy animals, and educational plaster casts of head, facial features and torso. ON two large tables there is space for eight students.
Oxfordshire's only military history museum, featuring permanent displays focused on telling stories of conflict and county. Including the collections of the county regiments, the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and the Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars. Interactive exhibits bring the county's military heritage, and stories of those affected by conflict, to life.
Temporary gallery spaces host a ever changing program of displays, from local history to art and photography.
KFL Pop-up Gallery is located right in the centre of Summertown, Oxford, in the backyard of the Indian Restaurant 'Spice Lounge'. This is a temporary art gallery which my partner and I built in spring this year in order to participate in the City week of the Oxfordshire Artweeks 2019. We hosted a group exhibition and had fantastic feedback from all the visitors on both the art and the light and airy space the gallery offered.
Pop Up Gallery
Tuesday - Saturday 1030 - 1730
The Amey Theatre lies at the centre of the Arts Centre at Abingdon School. Originally built in the 1980s, it has been recently refurbished including new seating, completely new technical infrastructure and a new ventilation system. The Theatre also boasts a large 8m x 5m cinema projector screen, HD projector and 7.1 surround sound and regularly streams live broadcasts from the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and Royal Shakespeare Company
The raked 438 (or 456) seat auditorium means that the stage can be seen clearly from every seat in the house.