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The Oxford Playhouse: John Cleese in Conversation

July 19, 2017 | The Arts

Join actor, comedian and writer, John Cleese as he talks about his life, work and current medical problems. John is appearing at The Oxford Playhouse on Thursday 31 August 2017. John Cleese is a founder of modern comedy. Together with the other members of Monty Python he created a surrealist style that continues to influence(Read more)

Modern Art Oxford Current Exhibition: Aleksandra Mir, Space Tapestry

July 12, 2017 | The Arts

Modern Art Oxford’s current exhibition which runs until 12 November 2017 is Aleksandra Mir's Space Tapestry: Earth Observation and Human Space Flight. The exhibition consists of huge monochrome drawings inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry which were put together by a team of young collaborators who drew collaboratively in Aleksandra Mir’s studio. The drawings contemplate the(Read more)

Raphael The Drawings

July 06, 2017 | The Arts

The Ashmolean’s current exhibition, Raphael The Drawings, runs until 3 September 2017. It is a stunning exhibition of 120 works by Raphael and has had a number of 5* reviews. The exhibition is definitely worth visiting this summer.  See here for more information. HMG continues to support The Ashmolean along with a number of other(Read more)

Oxford Playhouse Fundraiser

June 22, 2017 | The Arts

The Oxford Playhouse is presenting for one night only an opportunity for you to see Steve Coogan being interviewed by Helena Kennedy. Steve Coogan came to fame (or perhaps notoriety) as the character of Alan Partridge, the regional TV Presenter whose career path was clearly on a downward trajectory. More recently he reached a wider(Read more)

Modern Art Oxford Current Exhibition: Lubaina Himid, Invisible Strategies

March 22, 2017 | The Arts

Modern Art Oxford’s current exhibition is a collection of works by Lubaina Himid, one of the British Black Arts movement.  The exhibition features a stunning array of Lubaina’s works including pictures, sculptures and ceramics.  As well as the exhibition, which runs until 30 April 2017, Modern Art Oxford is running a series of talks and workshops(Read more)

Radical Eye: ‘The Best Collection of Modernist Photography in the World’

December 05, 2016 | The Arts

Modern Art Oxford, of which HMG is a long-term sponsor, extended an invitation to a private viewing of the Tate Modern’s exhibition of modernist photography, Radical Eye, the first exhibition to take place in the newly opened wing of the Tate Modern. On Wednesday 23 November 2016, Christina and I hopped on the train to(Read more)

Modern Art Oxford celebrates 50th Anniversary Party

November 08, 2016 | The Arts

HMG LAW LLP, longstanding sponsors of MAO, were represented at its 50th Anniversary Party by partners, Roland Fuggle and Christopher Parker.  Guests were greeted in the yard by a performance: Feeding the Fish - Pixel-Poi .  Once inside the lower bar, there was no shortage of champagne and canapés as guests mingled and chatted.  Invited(Read more)

Sand in the Sandwiches

October 19, 2016 | The Arts

For many years HMG LAW has sponsored the Oxford Playhouse which includes allowing them use of our building behind the offices for rehearsals. This week, the actor Edward Fox has been here rehearsing for next week’s world premiere of “Sand in the Sandwiches”, a play about the life of the poet John Betjeman. It runs(Read more)

It’s Me to the World – New Exhibition at Modern Art Oxford

October 14, 2016 | The Arts

It’s Me to the World – New Exhibition at Modern Art Oxford   Modern Art Oxford’s kaleidoscope celebrating 50 inspirational years continues with a stunning new exhibition, It’s Me to the World. Family and divorce solicitor in our Bicester and Oxford offices, Christina Cree, has visited the new exhibition and thoroughly recommends a visit of(Read more)

Post ‘BREXIT’: The Only Certainty is…Uncertainty?

July 12, 2016 | Residential Property, Commercial Property, Employment, Dispute Resolution, Business Services, Private Client, Family Services, Motoring and Road Transport, The Arts

Although there has been huge political fallout in the last fortnight as a result of the BREXIT vote, the long-term effect on British jobs, business and individuals is unclear. From an economic perspective, after an initial plummet from 6338 to under 6000, the stock market appears to have recovered to near pre-vote levels (FTSE 100(Read more)