This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|8th May 2007 to 17th May 2007||20:00||Chapel||Introduction to Christianity||The four sections of the film series, "Christianity, the Second Two Thousand Years" followed by open discussion. Tuesday and Thursday evenings; refreshments provided (Junior Parlour).|
|7th May 2007||14:00||Chapel||Hermeneutics for Fun and Profit||A short course on the book of Ruth, for anyone interested in reading the Bible, in Vigani's Room.|
|5th May 2007||19:45||Music||TCMS Concert - James Bowman||A concert to celebrate the 40th anniversary of James Bowman's debut with Benjamin Britten, launching him onto an international career embracing opera, oratorio and song. Highlights include Vivaldi's Stabat Mater and Handel's Nisi Dominus. Tickets £8 full /£5 student /£3 TCMS Members (Chapel). TCMS.|
|30th Apr 2007||18:00||Societies||A talk by Her Majesty's Ambassador to Afghanistan||Her Majesty's Ambassador to Afghanistan, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, will give a talk
entitled 'The Middle East Today: A Personal View'. This event is the last in Trinity College Politics Society's 'Spring Speaker Series.' Cost of entry is £2, which includes drinks.
For further information please e-mail:
Emily Deere (email@example.com) or
Cecily White (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The event will take place in the (Old Combination Room).
|28th Apr 2007||10:00||Academic||Maccheroni and his authors||time : 10 - 11.30am
place : Wren Library
A presentation and debate between the artist Henri Maccheroni and Michel Butor, May Livory, Raphaël Monticelli and Tessa Tristan, who have collaborated on several books included in the exhibition Maccheroni
Books/Works. Additional copies of these spectacular books will be on
|28th Apr 2007||12:00||Academic||Maccheroni Books/Works||28 April to 19 May 2007
Mondays to Fridays 12-2pm ; Saturdays 10.30am - 12.30pm in the Wren Library
A major exhibition in the Wren Library of the works and spectacular artists books by the French artist Henri Maccheroni. All
|28th Apr 2007||14:30||Chapel||A Memorial in Celebration of the life of Charlie Allen|| A service of celebration and commemoration will be held in chapel to remember Charlie Allen, a third year Philosophy student, who died over the Easter vacation after a long illness.|
|27th Apr 2007||17:30||Academic||Choiseul-Praslin Lectures: Butor, Livory, Monticelli.||time : 5.30 - 7.30pm
Michel Butor, May Livory and Raphaël Monticelli, writers, critics and designers will read from their work. This event marks the
opening of the exhibition Maccheroni Books/Works, in the Wren Library. All
(Old Combination Room).
|26th Apr 2007||12:00||Admissions||Women & Science Open Day||This Open Day is specifically aimed at prospective female applicants who would like to read science subjects. The programme includes a talk by the Tutor for Admissions and an opportunity for you to meet members of the teaching staff in the subject or subjects that interest you. There is plenty of chance for you to ask all the questions you may have. You can also look around the College, have lunch here, meet some of our students and look round the relevant department in the afternoon. www.trin.cam.ac.uk/index.php?pageid=84.|
|25th Apr 2007||19:30||Chapel||Jesus of Montreal||A screening of the 1990 film directed by Denys Arcand. Discussion will be led by Joel Cabrita; refreshments will be provided (Junior Parlour).|
|15th Apr 2007||14:00||Visitors||Open Garden||The Fellows' Garden will be open from 2-5 p.m. for the charity The National Gardens Scheme. Entrance from Queens Road £2, children free. Unfortunately we will not be serving teas, and no dogs are permitted.
|14th Apr 2007||20:00||Music||Poulenc Gloria - Trinity College Choir||The Choir will be joined by Britten Sinfonia and Polyphony to perform Poulenc's Gloria directed by Stephen Layton.(Chapel). Britten Sinfonia.|
|22nd Mar 2007||19:30||Music||Handel Concert - Trinity College Choir||The Choir performs music by Handel including the Dettingen Te Deum and Zadok the Priest, with the Academy of Ancient Music directed by Stephen Layton. Richard Marlow is the soloist in Handel's Organ Concerto No 14 in A.(Chapel). Academy of Ancient Music.|
|20th Mar 2007||12:00||Fellows||Funeral of Alex Mischenko||The Funeral and Memorial Service for Dr Alexandr Mischenko will be held in Chapel at noon today (Chapel).|
|16th Mar 2007 to 11th Mar 2007||18:30||Chapel||Commemoration of Benefactors|| (Chapel).|
|15th Mar 2007|| ||Alumni||House of Lords Reception||THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
Drinks and dinner, in support of the University’s 800th Campaign, will be held for Trinity members in the House of Lords. Tickets will be priced at £50 per head.
|15th Mar 2007||13:15||Music||Trinity College Choir - Lunchtime Recital||The College Choir will perform Herbert Howells Requiem in the Chapel (1.15-1.45pm). Admission Free (Chapel).|
|15th Mar 2007||14:00||Chapel||Hooper Declamation Prize||All are welcome to hear the following candidates
declaim in Chapel their composition
for the Hooper Declamation Prize.
Charlie Allen: 'The Kinder Egg'
Juhan Aru: 'One Fine Day in the Middle of the Night'
Shahar Avin: 'The Kinder Egg'
Victor Falgas-Ravry: 'The innocent have nothing to fear'
Oli Jones: 'No place affords a more striking conviction...'
Max Pappenheim: 'No place affords a more striking conviction...'
James Petkovic: 'The innocent have nothing to fear'
Robert Sloan: 'No place affords a more striking conviction...'
James Strachan: 'The innocent have nothing to fear'
We very much hope that you will be able to come along
and support the candidates.
|15th Mar 2007||17:00||Academic||Clark Lectures 2007 - Sir Frank Kermode||The Clark Lecturer for March 2007 is Prof. Sir Frank Kermode (King's College, Cambridge). He will give a series of lectures on 'Some Little-Known Aspects of E.M. Forster'. His lecture today is entitled: 'Waiting for Krishna'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. All are welcome. Further details.|
|14th Mar 2007|| ||Alumni||Trinity Law Association Dinner||The 2nd Annual TLA Dinner will be held at the Inner Temple. Tickets will cost £75.00 for alumni members and £37.50 for trainees, pupils and those attending Law School. Current students will pay £15.00 each.
If you would like to attend, you can print out a copy of the application form here, or you can contact the Alumni Relations Officer for further information. Please note that numbers are limited and tickets will be available on a strictly first-come-first-served basis.
|14th Mar 2007||15:15||Sport||Rugby Union Cuppers Final: Trinity vs St. Johns||Kick-off: 3.15pm
Location: Cambridge University rugby ground, Grange Road
|14th Mar 2007||20:00||Societies||Trinity College Literary Society||Poetry Reading by JO SHAPCOTT. The winner of the Forward Prize for Poetry (1999) and the Cholmondeley Award (2006) gives a reading of her verse. Tickets: £2 (non-Trinity), free for Trinity students (Old Combination Room). TCLS.|
|13th Mar 2007||20:00||Film||CineClub||Week 8: Soirée argentine - Tuesday, Mar 13th. 8pm: Yo, la peor de todas [I, the worst of all] - María Luisa
Bemberg, 1990. 10pm: El sueño de los héroes [The dream of heroes] - Sergio Renán, 1997 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.
|12th Mar 2007 to 13th Mar 2007||17:00||Academic||Clark Lectures 2007 - Sir Frank Kermode||The Clark Lecturer for March 2007 is Prof. Sir Frank Kermode (King's College, Cambridge). He will give a series of lectures on 'Some Little-Known Aspects of E.M. Forster'. His lecture today is entitled: 'Beethoven, Wagner, Vinteuil'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. All are welcome. Further details.|
|12th Mar 2007||20:00||Chapel||Hermeneutics for Fun and Profit||Bible reading group led by the Revd Alice Goodman and Dr Eric Griffiths in M6 Blue Boar Court|