What's on

Your September social calendar sorted

Discover exciting events happening at some of the region's most prestigious attractions this month.

By Bicester Village

23 July 2019

Ashmolean Museum

The Naked Form in Chinese Modern Art

While the nude was not a traditional subject in Chinese art, it became a common theme in the early to mid-twentieth century in China. Explore a selection of images of the naked human form as they appear in Chinese art from the 1930s to the present day.

Reading Abbey Ruins

Down at the Abbey

From the creators of the award-winning Are You Listening? Festival, promoters Heavy Pop are thrilled to announce their brand new festival event Down at the Abbey taking place on Saturday 7th September in the stunning Reading Abbey Ruins.

Blenheim Palace

Salon Privé

Salon Privé returns to Blenheim Palace from 5 to 8 September with their most sensational line-up to date. A Concours d'Elégance in the truest sense, Salon Privé is the most luxurious of garden parties set out over three days on our South Lawn.

Waddesdon Manor

Open Air Cinema with The Luna Cinema

The Luna Cinema returns to Waddesdon Manor this year from 13 to 15 September with three great films on big screen set against the backdrop of the House on the North Lawns.

London

Totally Thames on the River Thames

Totally Thames is an annual celebration of the River Thames with a creative and diverse programme that inspires, connects and enthrals throughout the month of September curated and managed by the Thames Festival Trust.

London

London Design Festival

London Design Festival is made up of over 400 events and exhibitions staged by over 300 partner organisations across the design spectrum and from around the world, the 17th edition of the Festival will take place from 14-22 September 2019.

Blenheim Palace

SsangYong Horse Trials

Returning for its 29th year the SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials attracts the world's best riders and thousands of spectators over the four-day event. Experience dressage competitions, cross-country and show jumping from 19 to 22 September.