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The Catweazle Club turns 18!

Posted by on Mar 21, 2012 in FEATURED, OXFORD, VIDEO | 0 comments

On October 25 2012, The Catweazle Club celebrates its 18th birthday in East Oxford. Since our humble beginnings in the snug of the Vicky Arms in Jericho, we have been lucky enough to witness literally thousands of performers from across the pantheon of human creative expression. If you’ve not been down before, what took you so long? If you have, see if you can spot yourself in this here movielet! It’s a bunch of photos cut to a radio 4 documentary on the Catweazle Club. This is...

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Catweazle Club In The Guardian…

Posted by on Mar 18, 2012 in FEATURED, NEWS, OXFORD | 0 comments

Catweazle Club In The Guardian…

    alongside our friends Telling The Bees, Sharron Kraus and The Naked Mystic

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Just a few of last week’s highlights

Posted by on Mar 10, 2012 in FEATURED, OXFORD, VIDEO | 0 comments

Just a few of last week’s highlights

Catweazle 12.01.2012 from notiamobene on Vimeo.

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Catweazle in TIME Magazine

Posted by on Mar 5, 2012 in FEATURED, NEWS, OXFORD, REVIEWS | 0 comments

Catweazle in TIME Magazine

We get a mention – “Oxford’s Famous Catweazle Club”, together with a bunch of other Oxford wonderments.  

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Sarah F

Posted by on Sep 15, 2011 in FEATURED, OXFORD, PHOTOS, REVIEWS | 1 comment

Sarah F

“My name is Sarah and I want to convince you that Catweazle saved my life. I attend the university here in Oxford but am originally from Southern California, where I live for about half the year. Upon arriving in the UK I found myself unable to cope with the weather, the exchange rate, the homesickness, and separation from the lover I left back home, and as a consequence found myself in a very dark and troubling place. I was self-destructive and disordered and losing hope that I could...

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Your quotes about Catweazle Club – Sophielle

Posted by on Sep 15, 2011 in FEATURED, OXFORD, PHOTOS, REVIEWS | 1 comment

Your quotes about Catweazle Club – Sophielle

  I started going to Catweazle as a first-year undergraduate and it was a sanctuary full of real people, away from Oxonian student life. It still amazes me how fiercely devoted to, and protective of, our singing circle we feel. I used to do poems; now – four years on – I only really come to listen. The secret, yet public, nature of its magic still feels very personal, though I don’t come every week. We have a pact of rapt communitarian attentiveness, we Catweazlers. I...

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