Oxfordshire - Exploring Morse's Oxford

Oxfordshire - Exploring Morse's Oxford

Oxfordshire - Exploring Morse's Oxford
Sunday 2 October 2022, 2.00pm BST
Past event
Past event
Sunday 2 October 2022, 2.00pm BST
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Hosted by the Cambridge Society of Oxfordshire
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Clarendon Building | View details

Alumni and guests are invited to join the Cambridge Society of Oxfordshire, for an afternoon exploring the morse of Oxford. 

Is Oxford a safe place to visit? You might think not, judging by the number of murders in Colin Dexter’s Morse books and the TV series Inspector Morse, Lewis, and Endeavour. On this walk we will discover some of the filming locations around the city. Find out what the link is between Miss World, John Thaw and Endeavour, and where Hathaway drank some poisoned coffee. You could end the tour with a visit to one of the (many) pubs frequented by Morse.

Meeting time: 1.45 pm for a prompt 2 pm start.

Meeting place: The steps outside the Clarendon Building on Broad Street.

End time: approximately 4pm

About Your Guide: Tabby Lucas was born and grew up in Oxford. She is a Blue Badge Tourist Guide, the highest guiding qualification available. Tabby now lives in a village on the edge of the Cotswolds. You can find out more about her via her website where you will also find links to the professional organisations she belongs to.

Booking information

If you would like to attend this event please, purchase your tickets online using the link below.

£18 per person

Booking for this event is now closed.


Clarendon Building
48 Broad Street
United Kingdom