Since its inception, the Culture Club tent has been a roaring success and this year is set to be no different.
As always, there's a packed programme: from books to theatre, science to Brexit, and much more. Come join us for an afternoon of fascinating informal talks and interviews.
We'll see you there!
12.45: The Choirs of Charlbury Primary School, led by Jennie Grierson, sing a selection of their favourite songs.
1.30: The Charlberries, featuring Rob Hemingway and Paul Ellis, perform an acoustic set of indie covers and some pop classics with a twist.
2.15: "Brexit: Home Truths and the Funny Side." Social geographer Professor Danny Dorling of Oxford University asks what Brexit has taught us about the British, and what we still have to learn.
3.15: "Wild Ride to Freedom." Artist and filmmaker Will McLellan tells the story of his unlikely journey from prison in Franco’s fascist Spain, to making videos for some of the biggest names in rock and pop, including George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Eurythmics and Lou Reed.
4.15: "Bring Back the King: The New Science of De-Extinction." Dr Helen Pilcher asks what would happen if we could bring extinct species back to life … 'Science at its funniest' (Sara Pascoe).
5.15: "The Vinyl Revival." Author and filmmaker Graham Jones will be telling comic tales from his new book The Vinyl Revival and the Shops That Made It Happen and his accompanying film.
6.00: "King Cod and the Whispering Knights." Charlbury Youth Theatre presents a spectacular adventure based on the mystery of the Rollright Stones.Timings are subject to change. For more information please contact.