What's on in Oxford this weekend? Three things to do – Oxford Mail

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Oxford Christmas Light Festival. Picture by Jeff Slade
With Christmas just around the corner, there’s plenty of festive and fun things to do in the city.
For those of you who are stuck for ideas, we have rounded up three things to do in Oxford this weekend.
Vegan Market
The Oxford Vegan Market will take over the Town Hall and the event will feature a variety of vegan street food, artisan bakes, craft cheeses, handmade cosmetics, ethical clothing & jewellery, arts & crafts and charity stalls.
Entry is £2 for adults and free for children.
Read also: Vegan market to come to Oxford this weekend
Oxford Christmas Light Festival
Oxford will be lit with festive lights with the return of the Christmas Light Festival.
Held on November 19 and 20, there will be four main festival neighbourhood hubs at Rose Hill, Cowley, Blackbird Leys, and Cutteslowe.
There will be a light trail in Cutteslowe and a Victorian Christmas market on Broad Street and Gloucester Green.
Keep an eye out for the festive bus touring the city with lights and artwork.
The Stylistics Live at New Theatre Oxford
The Stylistics, known for the Grammy-nominated You Make Me Feel Brand New will be playing at New Theatre Oxford on Saturday. The band will be playing at 7.30pm. 
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