Whats on: Week 9
Your dissertations are done so you have no excuses not to be out and about this week. Start planning now with our weekly guide.
Why not start this week right by investing in yourself. Brookes Entrepreneurs is holding a speed networking event at the Said business school at 6pm. Get the chance to meet with investors and entrepreneurs for advice and inspiration. You’ll be given a minute to impress each person you meet, with a well thought out traffic light system and food provided. Get networking here.
Explore the Pitt Rivers galleries before experiencing the screening of Lotte Reiniger’s 1926 animation of ‘The adventures of Prince Achmed’ with a Q & A with guest speakers as well as free ticket if you pre book. Join the after hour’s cinema club in its pilot collaboration with the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Oxford University’s Humanities division.
The Cowley Retreat it set to hold yet another garden party and if previous events are anything to go by you’d be mad not to go.Born at the Cowley Road carnival, succeeded by The Artful Dodger and upheld by the EDMS, their fourth party is hosted by TheseDays. A collective that rightfully boasts incredible residents and collaborations alike. They passionately support, promote, and throw parties for future driven and soulful House & Disco. As always there is no admission charge. Click here to find out more.
Head down to Carbon for the launch of DROP, a new quarterly event centered around deep house, electro, bass and EDM music. Producer TÂCHES is set to headline in this collaboration with Zoo and TheseDays to help bring you the best night out before the Easter break. Drop here for more details.
You might prefer to end the week in a more sedate style with Lou Lou’s vintage fair, winner of best vintage fair in the UK. With a vintage tea party and hair lounge, join the many looking for vintage fashion and home-ware. Only £2 entry at the town hall. Don’t miss out on this spring special!