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Wednesday 27th July 2016
11pm-3am / Free Entry

U.K. Garage / U.K. Funky House / Summer Anthems

Thursday 28th July 2016
11pm-3am / FREE ENTRY

For 11 weeks this Summer, every Thursday at Cellar it's time to GET LIT.

A messy party for messy people. EVERY WEEK.

Find Lit AF on facebook for more info.

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Friday 29th July 2016
10pm-3am / £3 earlybird / £5 adv / £6 otd

Ska / Reggae / Rocksteady
Acclaimed singer/songwriter Ed Rome brings his all-star ensemble back to The Cellar after wowing the crowd at Skylarkin' last year. Showcasing the classic sounds of late 60s/early 70s Jamaica with a uniquely British voice, expect a thrilling ride through vintage ska, reggae and rocksteady with a double-barrel shot of soul. And expect the place to be jumping!
On the decks, Trojan Records selector Count Skylarkin spins classic island magic and waist-winding bashment boogie from the 60s to the present day.
'Irresistible, Absolutely Authentic, Carries Complete Conviction.' Tom Robinson BBC 6Music /

Saturday 30th July 2016
11-3 / £6 all night

Bassline / Garage / Grime
Move returns for its monthly Baseline session at Oxfords favourite underground music venue. We have teamed with Murky Records to bring you a showcase of Bass.

Monday 8th August 2016
7:30pm for 8:30pm start / £4 adv & otd (capacity 35 so booking recommended)

Cult / Classic / Movies
The greatest rock mockumentary of all time and one of the true genius works of comedy cinema is landing its mulleted jazz oddysey at cinema under the stairs!

Relish the rise and fall of these spandex clad, monumental monsters of rock.
Sit back at Oxford's coolest cinema, turn it up to 11 and lick that love pump! | |

Friday 12th August 2016
10pm - 3am, band on stage 11pm / £7 adv (+ 70p booking fee) / £8 otd

Dancefloor Latin / Afrobeat / Global Grooves / Balkan Beats / Nu Jazz Bizniz

Weaving together the heritage of Ghanaian popular music of the last 50 years - highlife, Afrobeat and Afro-funk with Ghanaian folk songs. 8 Piece Ozi Ozaa have a super-uplifting sound coming from a multi-cultural line up of musicians from Ghana, Nigeria, Spain, Israel, Italy, France and the UK. Horns, flute, djembe, guitars, drums and vocals sit together in a joyful, jaw-dropping sound that will hit us like a burst of sonic sunshine! /  /