Oxford House in Bethnal Green

Oxford House (Oh!) is a community and art centre in the heart of London's East End. Oh! was originally established in 1884 by Keble College and the University of Oxford to provide a centre of religious, social and educational work among the poor of East London.

Today Oh! works to become known as the place where community & voluntary sector groups, arts organisations and social businesses come to work, learn, explore, create and celebrate.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Association or society

Opening hours

Monday to Friday
9am to 10pm

Weekend
10am to 2pm

Admission charges

Free admision -with exceptions for specific events

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Creative commons - Jim Killock - 'Space for Cycling Protest' - Licenced for Reuse.

Or London Talks - London is Cycling: Safe and Sound?

  • 23 March 2017 7:30-9pm

London is a city full of cyclists: cycling to work, cycling from work, cycling to school and university and cycling for pleasure. It is a healthy, environmentally friendly and exhilarating way to traverse our city.

But hundreds of cycling die on our roads every year. The air is polluted and cyclists often have an antagonistic relationship with pedestrians and other road users.
This event, hosted by Oxford House and Londonist, is a celebration of London cycling and a consideration of how cyclists can travel more safely and how we can all get around our city in greater safety. Our panel will discuss their love of London biking and their ideas to make it safer and better for all.

Dr Ashok Sinha
Ashok was appointed Chief Executive of the London Cycling Campaign in 2010. As well as having a doctorate in renewable energy, he's a passionate advocate for all things cycling, and never happier than being out on his bike with his family.

Peter Murray
Chairman New London Architecture. Peter is founder of the London Festival of Architecture and is author of various architectural books including, "The saga of Sydney Opera House" and "A passion to build". He is a Past Master of The Architects’ Company, a visiting professor at IE University in Madrid, Chairman of The London Society and of New London Architecture (NLA)

Tom Platt
Tom has worked for the charity Living Streets across projects, policy and campaigns. He has a background in Urban Design and an extensive knowledge of walking and the public realm.

Tickets: £7.00 + £0.70 Booking fee at WeGotTickets

About Oxford House
Oxford House is an arts, community and heritage centre in the heart of London's East End. Established in 1884, Oxford House is a much loved local charity and has served the local neighbourhood for over 130 years. Oxford House is a Grade II-listed building and home to almost 30 charities, community organisations and social businesses. Open daily with a range of classes and activities in the theatre, gallery & dance studio it also has many volunteering opportunities. http://www.oxfordhouse.org.uk/

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£7.00 + £0.70 Booking fee = £7.70

Website

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/390967

Oxford House in Bethnal Green
Derbyshire Street
Bethnal Green
London
E2 6HG
England

Website

www.oxfordhouse.org.uk/index.php

E-mail

info@oxfordhouse.org.uk

Telephone

020 7739 9001

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