Radiohead's Oxford
O2 Academy Oxford is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

1. O2 Academy Oxford

6.9
190 Cowley Rd., Oxford, Oxfordshire
Music Venue · St. Clement's · 14 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: The O2 Academy was once called The Zodiac. Back in Radiohead's "On a Friday" days, this was called the CO-OP Dining Hall and then changed to The Venue.The video for "Creep" was filmed here.

The Holly Bush Inn is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

2. The Holly Bush Inn

106 Bridge St., Oxford, Oxfordshire
Pub · 1 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: This venue was the place where Radiohead performed their first show under the name "Radiohead." Originally they were called "On a Friday" because they used to practice on Fridays while in school.

Browns Bar & Brasserie is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

3. Browns Bar & Brasserie

6.6
5-11 Woodstock Rd, Oxford, Oxfordshire
Bar · North · 11 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Ed O'Brien from Radiohead used to be a waiter here!

Jericho Tavern is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

4. Jericho Tavern

7.0
56 Walton Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire
Pub · 13 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Radiohead played a historic show here in November 1991. Their name at the time was "On A Friday." A few days later, they were signed and the rest is history.

Westgate Shopping Centre is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

5. Westgate Shopping Centre

4.9
Castle St (New Rd), Oxford, Oxfordshire
Mall · 11 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Radiohead's Colin Greenwood used to work at a record shop here. Legend has it that he handed a demo tape of "Stop Whispering" to an EMI sales rep who was shopping and they was signed shortly after.

Oxford Brookes University is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

6. Oxford Brookes University

Gipsy Lane (Headington Hill), Oxford, Oxfordshire
University · 13 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood studied psychology and music here while it was called Oxford Polytechnic. He ended up dropping out because the band got a record deal.

Ridgefield Road is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

7. Ridgefield Road

113-131 Ridgefield Rd (Cowley), Oxford, Oxfordshire
Building · 1 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Terraced houses in the midst of student-ville. Radiohead's Thom, Colin, and Jonny lived here between 1991 and 1992, and were latterly joined by Ed. Consequently, all Radiohead tours began here.

Clifton Hampden Village is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

8. Clifton Hampden Village

Other Great Outdoors · 2 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Radiohead used to regularly practice in a tiny building in Clifton Hampden Village. Prior to each practice session, they had to go and get the key from an old lady who lived around the corner.

Abingdon School is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

9. Abingdon School

Park Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
School · 1 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Where the members of Radiohead all met. The school punk band was called TNT. Thom and Colin were members; Thom, unable to lay his hands on a mic stand, tended to use a stolen broomstick.

New Theatre is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

10. New Theatre

7.4
George Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire
Theater · 7 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Used to be called the Apollo Theatre. On February 25, 1995, Radiohead held a preview show here for the release of The Bends.

Oxford Fire Station Studio is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

11. Oxford Fire Station Studio

40 George St., Oxford, Oxfordshire
Theater · 1 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: Used to be a 200 person venue which Radiohead's Thom Yorke once described playing there was like "playing on a salad bar." It is currently owned by charity group Crisis Skylight.

The Cellar is one of Radiohead's Oxford.

12. The Cellar

6.2
Frewin Court (Cornmarket St), Oxford, Oxfordshire
Bar · 7 tips and reviews

Jonathan P.Jonathan Percy: The Cellar is the oldest music venue in Oxford. Radiohead used to play here a lot in the early days when they were called On a Friday. It was once known as the Dolly.