This building is very unique in its round style. It is right next to a main library and,I think is also a library itself.
About Sheldonian Theatre
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This architectural marvel in the heart of Oxford city is mostly used for University degree ceremonies, Lectures, Concerts, etc. We were informed that The Sheldonian is called the “theatre” because its design resembles that of a Roman theatre, but no plays are performed here. A...More
This impressive classical theater with cupola dome was built by Christopher Wren in 1669 and is located in the historical center of Oxford. It's part of the Bodleian Library (1602) of the University of Oxford facilities and it's the place where the graduation & degree...More
The location for formal University events is also used for public concerts. The internal decor is matched by an external architecture that provides a unique setting and ambiance. Make sure you go to the top and become part of the dreaming spires. If time and...More
wow, this is a holy place for education and science, full of traditions keeping the memories for the best scientists worldwide
But get a chair with a back. You feel like you are moving back in history and the Oxford Philharmonic is a lovely thing to hear!
Beautiful buliding surrounded by many bulidings of character - the old area of Oxford. Great just to amble around.
This is an iconic MUST SEE Oxford building. I would advise caution when booking seats for a concert or other event. As with many historic buildings it is "quirky" - for quirky read very uncomfortable and cramped. If you have any back problems remember that...More