Romance of the Middle Ages
Bodleian Exhibition Room, open now
This exhibition aims to demonstrate the influence that medieval romance literature has had on culture over the last thousand years.
Free admission, ordinary opening hours.
No One is Here Except All of Us
In her hotly ancipated debut novel, Ramona Ausebel delivers a muted and fable-like account of a young woman’s struggle to survive Nazi-dominated Europe.
We Were Here
19th Feb. Magdalen Film Society
As part of LGBTQ month, Magdalen Film Society are showing this 2011 documentary on the San Francisco AIDS crisis.
Doors 7.30pm, tickets £3 non-members.
For more LGBTQ month news, see our spread on pages 24-25 of the paper, or the Culture section on Cherwell.org.
Oxford Film Festival
Oxford’s active film community unites in 6th week to take over the city with five days of events, screenings and premieres. See the latest films by Oxford film-makers and hear from professionals in the industry.
Tickets £2/£4 on the door (members/non-members), £3/£6 for the week
Echo-Nomix + RAW CUTS
The Cellar, 21st February
Oxide Radio’s pioneering new music shows bring you a night of contemporary classical and underground electronica.
Tickets £3/4, doors 10pm.
The Oxford Playhouse, 22nd-25th February
Based on the Klaus Mann novel, Mephisto tells the story of a revolutionary theatre group against the backdrop of Hitler’s rise to power.
Doors 2.30/7.30pm, Tickets £15/£12/£10
Competition deadline 1st March 2012
The London Festival of Photography is hosting its annual student award; finalists can win a day’s shooting with celebrated photographer Peter Dench and their photos displayed in a Bloomsbury gallery, with £1,000 for the overall winner. The perfect opportunity for all student photographers.
For more details, visit http://www.lfph.org/awards