Oxford is no longer the sleepy back-water it once was, there is now a reasonable amount of nightlife and clubs to keep even the most ardent party goer amused. Oxford now even has a strip club, The Lodge (more details below). You can see a map showing the location on our Oxford Club Map by clicking the link. These are the main clubs in Oxford:
O2 Academy Oxford The O2 Academy is Oxford's leading live music and club venue. The Oxford O2 Academy enjoys a well earned reputation as a prime music and club venue on the National live music circuit. To find out the latest nights please visit their website listed under contact details.
Lola Lo Oxford Lola Lo is a very convenient club for the centre of Oxford. Once you have finished drinking on George Street you can nip around the corner to Magdalen Street and down the steps into Lola Lo for some late night revelling. Recently is has been completely renovated and re-branded as a Hawaiian tiki style cocktail bar and nightclub.
he Bridge club is Oxford's largest club and offers two large bars, a big dancefloor and Oxfords best soundsystem.
As well as regular nights, the club is available for private hire for parties and to individual promoters.
This club is handily placed for Oxford City Centre and just a short walk from the high street. It has a sister bar that faces on to Park End Street called Anuba which can be a good starting point for a night out.
Wahoo Wahoo is a bar, grill and disco near the centre of town. Which probably fits more the bar criteria than proper club but has various music nights throughout the week. Check their website below for the latest events.
Coven II Never heard of it? Neither have the majority of students here, but this is Oxfords best kept secret nightclub. Hidden away near the ice rink is an underground world of drum & bass at Reload on Saturdays, with Fridays Loveshack catering for the gay population. Coven II remains almost exclusively for town rather than gown, however. The Coven II Club is an industrial style club slightly away from the city centre.Once inside the club you could be anywhere, at least when anywhere resembles a network of caves. This unusual layout allows a certain level of intimacy not offered to clubbers by other clubs... The interior is spiced up with a colourful dancefloor, balcony, podiums and stages. The Coven II club offers various nights and it is best to check their website for the latest information. We are not quite sure why it is called the Coven II as we are not aware of a Coven I?
The Lodge The Lodge, formerly The Thirst Lodge is now a gentlmens club or 'strip club' and no longer a venue for dancing the night away in the conventional style..
Park End Park End Club is one of Oxford's most diverse clubs, offering a range of music from chart to R&D to house. It is famous for its Monday night offerings, and is clearly a favourite haunt for the city's student population.
The Regal The Regal nightclub is an unusual venue. The club was formerly a 1930s art-deco cinema that has had various incarnations including a bingo hall before being converted to a club. The venue has flexible space for all types of entertainment including live gigs as well as clubbing. The Regal hsa a capacity of over 1000 and also has four bars.
Blenheim Easter Egg Challenge
(Sun 25th Mar, 2018)
Annual Easter Egg Challenge at Blenheim Palace, including face painting and family fun.
Oxford Literary Festival
(Mon 02nd Apr, 2018)
The Oxford Literary Festival offers a range of talks, discussions, debates, readings and lunches from authors and literary heroes. The main location is Christ Church college.
May Day Celebrations 6am
(Tue 01st May, 2018)
Spectators gather in their thousands to hear the choir of Magdalen College sing in the new May dawn from the top of their chapel tower.