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The Odeon Oxford George Street is the little sister of the bigger Magdalen Street cinema. It has two screens, the smallest of which is a tiny seater and a bit like watching the telly. But this screen is currently being refurbished. While this means that there are temporarily less films to see, the screen should be greatly improved when it reopens. The cinema shows major releases that aren't on at the Odeon Magdalen St, but they're not necessarily smaller films as you might have expected.
The Wesley Memorial Methodist Church is a living church in the sense that its not just a touristy place where people come to marvel at and take photos. This church has a vibrant community and seeks to foster a community spirit among its congregation members. Its location in the city center of Oxford attracts a lot of tourists who are curious about the legend of John Wesley, the pioneer of the Methodist Movement in Christianity.
Central Oxford boasts of a beautiful institute of worship in the Church of St Peter-le-Bailey. Located on the New Inn Hall Street, the church is situated right next to Bonn Square, which was the church's former churchyard. The church was built in the 12th century albeit the present building is the work of a series of renovation works. Decorated in Victorian Gothic Revival style of architecture, the church now serves as the chapel of St Peter's College. Check website for more information on the illustrious conversion of this former house of worship.
Located just around the corner from and run by the Oxford Playhouse, the Taylor Theater has carved a name for itself as a venue for cutting-edge controversial drama. That does not mean, however, that Taylor doesn't also excel in its offerings of family and children fare, quite the contrary. View the theater's event calendar to see for yourself the caliber of productions that's currently playing.
Sackler Library located in Oxford features an extensive and comprehensive collection of historical art, classical and archaeological works. With volumes and works of four other libraries, this library has over 300,000 books including works on history, literature, language and art. Founded in 2001 by Dr. Mortimer Sackler, the library is also quite known for its architecture. Check the website for more details.
A building with an impressive architecture, the Oxford Central Library is an eminent library avenue in Oxford. The library which opened in the year 1973 is a public library nestled just above Westgate Shopping Centre. The Oxford Central Library is managed by Oxfordshire County Council.