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Freud (aka Freud's) is a café-bar at 119 Walton Street in Jericho, Oxford, England. The Freud café is located opposite Great Clarendon Street and the Oxford University Press is also opposite to the south. It is surrounded by the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter of the University of Oxford, formerly the Radcliffe Infirmary site. There is sometimes live music such as jazz or blues. The name is often written in Roman-style capital lettering as "FREVD", for example above the main entrance door. There is another Freud café-bar in London.

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  • Freud (aka Freud's) is a café-bar at 119 Walton Street in Jericho, Oxford, England. The Freud café is located opposite Great Clarendon Street and the Oxford University Press is also opposite to the south. It is surrounded by the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter of the University of Oxford, formerly the Radcliffe Infirmary site. There is sometimes live music such as jazz or blues. The name is often written in Roman-style capital lettering as "FREVD", for example above the main entrance door. There is another Freud café-bar in London.
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  • Freud (aka Freud's) is a café-bar at 119 Walton Street in Jericho, Oxford, England. The Freud café is located opposite Great Clarendon Street and the Oxford University Press is also opposite to the south. It is surrounded by the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter of the University of Oxford, formerly the Radcliffe Infirmary site. The Freud café is housed in the former St Paul's Church, a Greek Revival building designed in 1836 by Henry Jones Underwood. The church was inspired by an outbreak of cholera in the area in 1831. The building has an imposing portico with Ionic columns. The architect Edward George Bruton added the apse in 1853 and Frederick Charles Eden remodelled the interior in 1908. In the 20th century, the building became a redundant church and was closed in the late 1960s. After deconsecration, the building was bought by the and used as a theatre and arts centre venue. In 1988, the building was acquired by Secession Ltd to prevent the building's demolition. Freud opened as a café/bar in the same year. The cafe was created by David Freud, a graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, who has an interest in buildings and their interaction with people. There is sometimes live music such as jazz or blues. The name is often written in Roman-style capital lettering as "FREVD", for example above the main entrance door. In 2015, a new building for the Blavatnik School of Government of Oxford University on the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter site was opened immediately to the south of Freud. The scheme was opposed by the cafe's owner, David Freud, due to its size and height compared to the church building. There is another Freud café-bar in London.
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