Morrissey once famously stated that ‘everyday is like sunday’ and Oxford’s public would be very lucky to have each ‘day of rest’ like this one…
The Irregular Folk night at the Cellar is set to have an extravaganza of frankly epic proportions on the 16th. Boasting the likes of Alphabet Backwards, Jess Hall and My Crooked Teeth, the Cellar will be tranformed into a cosy, Christmassy, real ale-ridden snack-fest with doors opening at 3pm. That, by my calculations, is enough time for you to get up, have a bloody mary and get down there.
The acts in question, of which there are seven as it stands, will be entrusted with the mighty task of playing Christmas hits- expect dreamy reinterpretations and off-kilter singalongs aplenty. It will also be decorated in a style which I am sure will befit the season nicely. Ticket are available on wegottickets and there is an option to donate to http://www.heshima.org.uk
It is a universally accpeted truth that not making the most out of Sundays is unwise. Christmas shopping aside, I defy anyone to think of a more pressing event. Unless you haven’t finished exams. Or have to work. Or are religious. Or don’t even like The Cellar.
But the rest of you… you should be there. Or the best Christmas song you’ll be likely to hear is this abomination: