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Explore Oxford. Come home to LMH.

LMH is located in tranquil North Oxford, a leafy Victorian suburb of wide streets, splendid gothic houses and mature trees. The University Parks, Natural History Museum and Pitt Rivers Museum are all close by. The centre of town is a 15 minute walk and Jericho, an attractive area of artisan dwellings, shops, and restaurants backing onto the Oxford canal, is also within easy walking distance.



LMH Conversations

We have an exciting and diverse range of guests lined up this term for our popular LMH Conversation events with LMH Principal Alan Rusbridger. These events are open to the general public and are free of charge, but booking is essential. They commonly get fully booked, so secure your place now.


Simon Mawyer

LMH Conversations: Simon Mawer In Conversation with Alan Rusbridger

Friday 16th November 2018, 5.45 pm to 7.00 pm

Simpkins Lee Theatre, LMH

Alan Rusbridger will be in conversation with Simon Mawer. He is an author of eleven novels and two non fiction novels. The Glass Room, published by Little Brown in January 2009, was on the Man Booker shortlist. His new novel is entitled Prague Spring. He studied at Brasenose College, Oxford. After university he spent three years teaching biology in the Channel Islands, two years in Scotland and two in Malta before moving to Rome where he has lived ever since. After over thirty years of teaching at St George's British International Society School in Rome he went for full time writing in 2010, which is what he is doing now.

David Olusoga

LMH Conversations: David Olusoga In Conversation with Alan Rusbridger

Friday 23rd November 2018, 5.45 pm to 7.00 pm

Simpkins Lee Theatre, LMH

Alan Rusbridger will be in conversation with David Olusoga. He is an Anglo-Nigerian historian and producer. Working across radio and television, his programmes have explored themes of colonialism, slavery and scientific racism. He has travelled extensively in Africa, and has been drawn to Namibia and its troubled history for several years. He currently works as a producer for the BBC.


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