Tap Social Movement

Tap Social Movement is an interesting new and decent sized performance space on the outskirts of Oxford which started holding Friday and Saturday gigs in 2017. Its main function is a craft brewery which provides training courses for people serving prison sentences, offering courses in brewing and business start-up, and providing one-on-one support in securing permanent employment to assist in effective rehabilitation. It now has a new stage and sound system, put together by Tandem Collective, Upcycled Sounds and We Got Tickets and runs regular weeknight and weekend gig nights.

Location and Transport

27 Curtis Industrial Estate
North Hinksey Lane

Tap Social Movement is Botley, just inside the Oxford ring road. It is on the Curtis Industrial Estate which is on Hinksey Lane, near to Botley Road Westway end, and is very close to the junction with the A420. It is just a few minutes walk from the Seacourt Park and Ride. Botley Road is well served by buses and it is about 10 minutes from Oxford city centre and the rail station, and there are bus stops in both directions on Botley Road, just east of the junction with North Hinksey Lane.