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College Calendar


This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
DateTimeCategoryEventDetails

26th Feb 200720:00ChapelHermeneutics for Fun and ProfitBible reading group led by the Revd Alice Goodman and Dr Eric Griffiths in M6 Blue Boar Court

24th Feb 200720:00MusicTCMS ConcertAfrican Sanctus. Michael Phillips conducts David Fanshawe's exuberant performance mass, harmonised with traditional African music recorded by the composer. The taped music from Egypt, Sudan, Uganda and Kenya is heard alongside live performance from Trinity and Jesus College choirs, soprano soloist (Katy Watson) and an instrumental ensemble including ethnic percussion (Belinda Sherlock) and electric guitar (David Johnson). Tickets £8 / £5 (concs) / £3 (TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.

21st Feb 200718:15ChapelSung Eucharist for Ash WednesdaySung Eucharist with the Imposition of Ashes. Music by Purcell, Byrd and Allegri, sung by the Choirs of Trinity College and Wells Cathedral School (Chapel).

20th Feb 200713:15MusicLunchtime Recital - Wells Cathedral School Chapel Choir20th Century British Choral Works performed by the Chapel Choir of Wells Cathedral School with organist Samuel Hudson, directed by Laurence Whitehead. Admission free (Chapel).

20th Feb 200720:00FilmCineClubWeek 5: The Ealing Comedies. 8pm: Kind Hearts and Coronets - Robert Hamer, 1939. 10pm: Whisky Galore - Alexander Mackendrick, 1949 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.

19th Feb 200720:00SocietiesTrinity College Literary SocietyA Poetry Reading by JACOB POLLEY. A reading by one of the country's most talented young poets, and the winner of the BBC Radio 4/Arts Council ‘First Verse’ Award in 2002. Jacob Polley is currently Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts at Trinity. Admission free (Old Combination Room). TCLS.

18th Feb 200721:00MusicTCMS ConcertAn informal evening of varied and interesting music, with performances by second-year Trinity musicians in the Old Combination Room. Space is limited in the OCR, so please make sure to come early. Admission free (Old Combination Room). TCMS.

17th Feb 200712:30MusicRecital by the Choir of Bishop Wordsworth's School, SalisburySacred, traditional and popular music. Admission free (Chapel).

17th Feb 200720:00MusicTCMS ConcertLewis Reynolds is the soloist in the ever popular Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2, followed by a performance of Tchaikovsky's First Symphony conducted by Trinity's Senior Organ Scholar, Max Pappenheim. Tickets £8 / £5 (concs) / £3 (TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.

13th Feb 200720:00FilmCineClubWeek 4: Soirée Klapisch. 8pm: L'auberge espagnole - Cedric Klapisch, 2002. 10pm: Les poupées russes - Cedric Klapisch, 2005 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.

12th Feb 200719:30SocietiesTrinity College Law SocietyA presentation from Kevin McCormac OBE on trends in sentencing policy entitled "A View from Inside the SGC." (Old Combination Room). www.trinitylawyers.co.uk.

12th Feb 200720:00ChapelHermeneutics for Fun and ProfitBible reading group led by the Revd Alice Goodman and Dr Eric Griffiths in M6 Blue Boar Court

6th Feb 200720:00FilmCineClubWeek 3: Soirée documentaires urbains. 8 pm: En construcción - José Luis Guerín, 2001. 10 pm: A propos de Nice - Jean Vigo, 1930. (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). CineClub.

3rd Feb 200719:30MusicTCMS ConcertThird-year Trinity Choral Scholar, Sarah Mynott (soprano), accompanied by James Sherlock (piano & harpsichord), performs a varied programme of songs inspired by the city of Venice. Tickets £8 / £5 (concs) / £3 (TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.

3rd Feb 200721:00MusicTCMS Fellows ConcertA recital programme given by current Fellows of Trinity College, in the Master's Lodge. Admission free. TCMS.

31st Jan 200720:00SocietiesTrinity College Literary SocietyPoetry Reading by KATHLEEN JAMIE. The celebrated poet and winner of the 2004 Forward Prize for Poetry ('The Tree House' - Best Collection) will give a reading of her poems, old and new. Tickets: £1 (Trinity), £2 (non-Trinity) (Old Combination Room). TCLS.

30th Jan 200720:00FilmCineClubWeek 2: Soirée Carne. 8 pm: Drôle de drame - Marcel Carné, 1937. 10 pm: Hôtel du Nord - Marcel Carné, 1938 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.

29th Jan 200717:00AcademicClark Lectures 2007 - Elaine ScarryProf. Elaine Scarry (Harvard University): 'Imagining Colour'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. The Lectures are open to all, with no ticket required. Further details.

29th Jan 200720:00ChapelHermeneutics for Fun and ProfitBible reading group led by the Revd Alice Goodman and Dr Eric Griffiths in M6 Blue Boar Court

25th Jan 200717:00AcademicClark Lectures 2007 - Elaine ScarryProf. Elaine Scarry (Harvard University): 'Imagining Colour'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. The Lectures are open to all, with no ticket required. Further details.

23rd Jan 200720:00FilmCineClubWeek 1: Soirée canadienne. 8 pm: C.R.A.Z.Y - Jean-Marc Vallée, 2005. 10 pm: La grande séduction/Seducing Dr Lewis - Jean-François
Pouliot, 2003 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.

22nd Jan 200717:00AcademicClark Lectures 2007 - Elaine ScarryProf. Elaine Scarry (Harvard University): 'Imagining Colour'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. The Lectures are open to all, with no ticket required. Further details.

22nd Jan 200720:00SocietiesTrinity College Literary SocietyAn Evening with SIR ARNOLD WESKER. One of the greatest playwrights of modern times ('Wesker Trilogy', 'The Kitchen', 'Chips with Everything', 'Shylock') gives a reading of his dramatic work. Tickets: £2 (Trinity), £3 (non-Trinity) (Old Combination Room). TCLS.

18th Jan 200717:00AcademicClark Lectures 2007 - Elaine ScarryProf. Elaine Scarry (Harvard University): 'Imagining Colour'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. The Lectures are open to all, with no ticket required. Further details.

14th Jan 200720:00DramaDryden Society - Hall Show 2007THE COUNTRY WIFE by William Wycherley. Every year the Dryden Society stages a spectacular show in the Hall of Trinity. This year's production is the Restoration comedy 'The Country Wife'. In it we follow the appalling behaviour of Horner, who pretends to be impotent in order safely to have clandestine affairs with married women. Coupled with this is the arrival in London of the young inexperienced country wife of the title, who samples every delight the city has to offer. Sexual puns and innuendoes are rife as these two plots intermingle and we see the other side to English gentleman and ladies. The play will last about 90 mins. To reserve tickets email Charlie Allen (ctaa2) (Hall).

Members of the College are welcome to add events relating to Trinity to this Calendar. To do so, please send an email to calendar@trin.cam.ac.uk as soon as possible in advance of the event with the following information:



  • the date of the event;

  • the time it will take place (or 'all day');

  • the title of the event;

  • very brief details about the event (which may include a website address);

  • your name.


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