Wadham's gardens provide the setting for 'Love's Labour's Lost' by the Oxford Shakespeare Company, directed by Nicholas Green with music by Nicholas Lloyd Webber.
We are delighted to invite alumni and friends of the College to the launch of our Access to Excellence Programme in the Holywell Music Room.
Wadham College's historic buildings, magnificent gardens and comfortable accommodation combined with its central location, up to the minute facilities and excellent catering, provide the perfect location for your conference, summer school, reception, dinner, overnight stay or meeting. Watch a video showing Wadham's conference facilities.
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Wadham’s Ancient History Tutor, Peter Thonemann, has been elected as a Member of the Academia Europaea (Academy of Europe).
Wadham's gardens were transformed into Wonderland for the 2016 Wadham student Ball on Friday.
Wadham cricketers past and present gathered for the annual student versus President’s XI cricket match, Freebooters match, and dinner.
Following the referendum result, I want to make clear that Wadham is determined to secure its internationalist view of the world, doing everything in our power to continue to welcome people of all nationalities and backgrounds to live, study and work here. Our openness to the world nurtures our scholarship, broadens our minds and enriches our lives. I’m sure I speak for everyone at Wadham in extending especially warm wishes to all of our colleagues from fellow European countries. We are delighted and honoured that you are a part of our community.
Exemplary scholarship wins the prestigious Wedderburn Prize for Wadham Fellow and Tutor in Law, Sandy Steel.
In an article for Oxford Today, author Anna Hope (English, 1977), argues that creative writing courses can be extremely worthwhile
Lissa Muscatine, Hillary Clinton's former advisor and speech writer, fascinated Wadham students with first hand stories from the 2016 American Presidential campaign.
No longer looking down on Broad Street, one of the original Emperor heads from the Sheldonian has moved to a much greener location – the corner of the Fellows’ Garden here at Wadham.
The various ways that ancient Greek myth has influenced world fiction since as recently as 1989 is explored in a new book edited by Wadham Research Fellow Justine McConnell.
An exhibition by 32 local artists, held at Wadham's Iffley Road site, drew more than 1000 visitors this month.
Following election victory, undergraduate Lucas Bertholdi-Saad (History and Economics, 2015) is to be the next President of Wadham Student Union.
After a little difficulty in putting together a team, Wadham sent two men and four women to Powerlifting Cuppers this year, and came home with the gold!
For the third year running, Wadham's women rowed to victory in Summer Eights, winning the coveted Head of the River title.
Marking 400 years since the death of playwright William Shakespeare, actors from the Oxford Shakespeare Company discuss Wadham's First Folio with Emma Smith, Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of Oxford.
A request for Persian books for a refugee camp in Dunkirk has been granted by Wadham’s Ferdowsi Library. Latest news from the Library's Persian section.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
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