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October 7th 2016

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Festival celebrations set to begin

St Hugh's College - A Festival of Anniversaries, October 2016

St Hugh’s College’s special series of celebratory events A Festival of Anniversaries will begin on Wednesday 12th October.

Organised to celebrate a significant year for St Hugh’s, the Festival of Anniversaries will see a wide variety of events taking place that draw attention to our buildings and our history, to our research and to world events. Though celebrating key dates for the College from its history, the Festival is very much a community-minded endeavour and we invite you all to join us.

With stalls from the North Parade Farmers’ Market, treasure hunts, talks, tours, performances and exhibitions (including from the Oxford Art Society which is also celebrating its 125th Anniversary this year), we will have events for all the family.

The vast majority of the events and exhibitions are free to attend (though there are two ticketed events: a formal dinner and a musical performance that is a candle-lit procession by Ensemble Peregrina) and it is all available to the general public.

For information about the events programme and to reserve your place(s), please visit the event’s dedicated page here.

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