From 29 September, we’re delighted to welcome visitors to the gallery for our autumn exhibition programme, as part of our phased reopening of the arts centre.
The first exhibition, Contemplation: Snow Into Water, is a celebration of nature and its calming effect on the mind, curated by Jenny Blyth. In the coming weeks, the gallery will see the return of the Society of Wood Engravers, and a chance to see Philippa James’ 100 Women of Oxford, part of Photo Oxford festival. Our Christmas exhibition features illustrator Korky Paul’s much-loved characters Winnie the Witch and Wilbur.
We will ask all visitors for a name and contact number on arrival to comply with NHS Test and Trace.
Whilst it’ll be a while before we can host our usual full-scale programme of theatre, comedy and music, we do have some exciting live events happening over the next few months.
Join us on 10 September for socially-distanced cinema as we celebrate the best of the Kendal Mountain Festival’s adventure films. We’re venturing into the wild on 12 September with WilderNests, a free, outdoor show for families in Cutteslowe Park. Plus, we’re excited to welcome the award-winning comedy night, Jericho Comedy on 26 September with a stand-up showcase.
Keep an eye on the website for the most up to date information about what’s on, including a hand-picked selection of digital events to enjoy from home.
Our front of house team will be back at the front desk to sell tickets in person from 29 September. Until then, please continue to use the website to book tickets, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any enquiries.
Please note: phone booking will not be possible until 28 September.
COVID-19 Safety Information
The North Wall team are working hard to ensure the safety of all audience members and artists who visit the venue. We’re implementing safety measures, including enhanced cleaning routines and a limited capacity, and we’re asking visitors to stick to some simple safety guidelines. Find out more about your visit here.