The latest collaboration from Hunger director Steve McQueen and star Michael Fassbender, Shame is the story of a 30-something sex-addict unable to control his urges. Also starring Carey Mulligan.
Read a review here: http://www.cherwell.org/culture/film/2012/01/13/review-shame
Steven Spielberg’s new release tells the story of a horse separated from its owner against the backdrop of World War One. Starring Jeremy Irvine, Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch.
BBC1, 15th January
The acclaimed modern take on the Victorian sleuth ends its second series, as Moriarty and Holmes finally clash in the culmination of their long-running battle of wits. 9pm.
See the Culture section for feature on Holmesian adaptations
The Cellar, 16th January
The quirky comic returns with a mix of political activism and good-natured sweetness in her new show, The Future is Another Place. Doors 7pm, Tickets £12.
Sleeping Beauty/ Giselle
New Theatre Oxford, 16-18th January
The Russian State Ballet of Siberia comes to Oxford for three days only with two very different performances- one a children’s story, the other a heart-rending tale of love and loss.
Babylove, 19th January
One of Oxford’s premiere club nights; if you don’t already know what it is then you probably don’t want to go.10pm, £5/£3 (with flyer)
Write to be published
Blackwell’s, 19th January
Award-winning writer Nicola Morgan offers advice and experience in the murky realm of book publishing, whatever the genre. 7-9pm, call 0186533361 to book, £20.
Oxford Town Hall, 19th January
Flex your fashion muscles at this eco-friendly event. Bring clothes to recycle, swap, sell, or adapt and snap up a bargain or two. Also featuring fashion shows and sewing lessons.
1-7 pm, free.