This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|13th Oct 2006||17:30||Students||Picture Lending Scheme||Start-of-Year Picture Lending Scheme Meeting. (Junior Common Room.)|
|10th Oct 2006||20:00||Societies||French Society Squash||You are cordially invited to the TC French Society "Entente Cordiale" opening SQUASH, which will take place this TUESDAY, 10th October, 8pm-10:30pm, in the BUTLER HOUSE PARTY ROOM (Burrell's Field), Trinity College. There will be FREE nibbles and drinks, you will be able to meet the new members of our committee, and we will be handing out the cineclub programme for this term. For more information, please contact amw56 (Butler House Party Room).|
|30th Sep 2006||19:30||Sport||First & Third Trinity Boat Club Biennial Association Dinner||The First and Third Trinity Association will hold its Biennial Dinner on Saturday 30 September 2006 in the Old Kitchen at 7.30 for 8.00 p.m. Black Tie or Boat club dress will be worn. The price of the dinner including wine will be £45 for non- Association members, £30 for Association members over age 30, and £20 for members under 30. A very severely limited amount of bed and breakfast accommodation may be available in the College at a cost of £25. Membership of the Association, which exists to provide financial support to the Boat Club, is open to any present or former member of the College for an annual subscription of £10 for members over 30 and £5 for those under 30. Current students can attend for just £10. To book a place please download an application form or ring the Fellows' Secretary at 01223 338539. Application form.|
|8th Aug 2006||20:00||Music||Concert by Musica Antiqua of London||'All the Sizes in the World' - the Viol Consort from Renaissance Mantua to Elizabethan England.
With Jennie Cassidy (voice) (Chapel). .
|31st Jul 2006 to 19th Aug 2006||19:30||Drama||Cambridge Shakespeare Festival||Twelfth Night - Fellows' Garden. Festival website.|
|29th Jul 2006||14:00||Music||New Composition by Deirdre Gribbin||To celebrate the marriage of Sarah Teichmann & Felix Polonius a composition for string quartet by Deirdre Gribbin (Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts 2001-2003) will be performed by the Duke Quartet during the marriage service at 2.00 p.m. on Saturday 29 July 2006 in the Chapel of Trinity College. All members of College are welcome to attend the service (Chapel).|
|18th Jul 2006||17:00||Academic||The John Ray Trust and Trinity College - Lecture||The Rev. Nigel Cooper (Chaplain to Anglia Ruskin University): 'Gilbert White and the Natural Theology of Selborne'. The lecture is open to all (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). The John Ray Trust.|
|17th Jul 2006||19:30||Music||Concert by The Parley of Instruments||John Dowland: Lachrimae and the Music it Inspired. A performance on Renaissance strings of Dowland's masterpiece, with music by Schein, Scheidt and others (Chapel). .|
|10th Jul 2006 to 12th Jul 2006|| ||Academic||Changing Perceptions of the Public Sphere||Changing Perceptions of the Public Sphere is a two-year research collaboration between Rice University, represented by the School of Humanities and the Center for European Studies, and the University of Cambridge (England), represented by the Center for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) and the Department of German. The research project seeks to examine the changes the "public sphere" has undergone as a conceptual model and as a discursive formation of actual political culture. Given the new geographies of power that have emerged over the last twenty years or so in the context of globalization, it is more than timely to investigate the public sphere from an interdisciplinary perspective that brings together scholars from a range of different fields, such as history, literary studies, international relations, philosophy, and cultural geography (Adrian House Seminar Room). Registration Details.|
|4th Jul 2006||18:00||Alumni||Annual Gathering (up to 1947)||Invitations to Annual Gatherings are usually sent out two or three months in advance. Please contact the Annual Gatherings Secretary to make any enquiries about forthcoming Gatherings.|
|1st Jul 2006 to 2nd Jul 2006|| ||Alumni||Trinity College Choir Association||The Trinity College Choir Association (TCCA) is holding its inaugural gathering which will comprise a weekend of celebrations to mark Dr Richard Marlow's thirty-eight years as Organist and Director of Music of the College Choir. He is retiring at the end of this academic year. Evensong, led by the current Choir, will be held in Chapel at 5.45pm on Saturday 1 July and a Sung Eucharist, sung by Trinity Baroque, at 10am on Sunday 2 July. Both of these services are open to all and you are very warmly invited to attend what should be two very memorable services.|
|3rd May 2006||18:00||Societies||Frazer Society||The Trinity College Frazer Society for Anthropological Interests presents a Frazer Reading of selections from Sir James Frazer's personal papers held in the Wren Library, including speeches given at Trinity, on 'The Future of Women', correspondence with Malinowski, and his poem 'The Bitter Cry of an Anthropologist'. All welcome; refreshments served (Junior Parlour). Frazer Society.|
|3rd May 2006||20:00||Societies||Trinity Literary Society||'Women and the "Space Off"': ALI SMITH and HELEN OYEYEMI in conversation about women's fiction. ALI SMITH's first book, Free Love, won the Saltire First Book Award. She is also the author of Like (1997); Other Stories and Other Stories (1999); Hotel World (2001), which was shortlisted for both the Orange Prize and the Booker Prize in 2001 and won the Encore Award, the East England Arts Award of the Year and the Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year Award in 2002; and The Whole Stories and Other Stories (2003). Her most recent novel, The Accidental (2005), won the Whitbread Novel of the Year Award, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and has recently been longlisted for the Orange Prize. HELEN OYEYEMI was born in Nigeria in 1984 and moved to London when she was four. She wrote her first novel, The Icarus Girl, while at school working for her A levels, and is now studying Social and Political Sciences at Corpus Christi College. She has been nominated for the 2006 British Book Awards Decibel Writer of the Year Award. The Icarus Girl, described by The Sunday Times as 'a highly auspicious fictional debut' and by The Telegraph as 'an astonishing achievement', has recently appeared in paperback. Helen and Ali will consider (among other things) the difference between 'feminine' and 'masculine' styles of writing, whether women's fiction can cross cultural boundaries in ways that men's fiction cannot, whether madness is subversive and to any extent part of being female, and how much literary constructs of gender matter anyway (Old Combination Room). Trinity College Literary Society.|
|2nd May 2006||20:00||Societies||TCSS Annual General Meeting||Come along to vote in the annual elections and to enjoy one last round of port with this year's committee! (Old Combination Room). TCSS.|
|2nd May 2006||20:00||Film||Ciné-Club||SOIREE CLOUZOT. 8 pm : Henri-Georges Clouzot - Les diaboliques (1955). 10 pm : Henri-Georges Clouzot - Le corbeau (1943) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|
|1st May 2006||20:00||Music||Mozart 'Requiem' performance||Thomas Blunt, former organ scholar of the College and now Chorus Master at Glyndebourne Opera, returns to Trinity to conduct a performance of Mozart's 'Requiem' and Bach's Easter cantata 'Der Himmel lacht!' (BWV31). The Sagittarian Consort are joined by soloists Amy Carson (soprano), Kate Symonds (alto), Andrew Tortise (tenor) and Chris Adams (bass). Tickets priced at £10 and £5 available via the Consort's website (Chapel). The Sagittarian Consort.|
|30th Apr 2006||21:00||Societies||Magpie and Stump||The first debate of Easter Term sees Rory Mullarkey, Tim Stanley, Phil O'Farrell and Matt Sandford take on the motion "This house believes in the right to arm bears". All welcome (Old Combination Room).|
|25th Apr 2006||19:30||Societies||Martin Rees: "Prospects & Problems for 21st Century Science"||St Catharine’s College Amalgamated Societies Lecture Series. Martin Rees is Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics and Master of Trinity College at the University of Cambridge. As well as publishing over 500 research papers, he has written much on the threats that face the human world in the 21st century. His assessment is a sobering one: "I think the odds are no better than 50/50 that our present civilisation will survive to the end of the present century." However, he analyses in detail what could and should be done to harness our own unique positive abilities to ensure survival. The Lecture will be held in the Hall of St Catharine's College and will be followed by a wine reception in the Senior Combination Room. Further details.|
|25th Apr 2006||20:00||Societies||Trinity College Science Society||Professor William Earnshaw, FRSE, of the University of Edinburgh, will present his lecture on "The Role of Cell Division in Cancer." He will discuss defects in chromosome segregation during mitosis, including a particular protein complex that regulates segregation. This chromosomal passenger complex may prove a useful prognostic marker for predicting the clinical outcome of particular cancers. Prof. Earnshaw received his PhD from MIT, then came to the LMB in Cambridge for a postdoc with Aaron Klug, Tony Crowther, and Ron Laskey. He set up an independent lab at Johns Hopkins before moving to Edinburgh in 1996. He was the first to identify and clone mammalian centromere proteins. He is a member of EMBO and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2002. Plenty of wine, port, and snacks to follow the talk! (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Further information.|
|12th Apr 2006||16:30||Chapel||Sequence of Music and Readings for Lent||Service sung by the Choir of the Royal School of Church Music, director Andrew Bruce (Chapel). .|
|26th Mar 2006||11:00||Chapel||Choral Communion||Service includes music by Josquin and Ludwig Daser (c.1525-89) , sung by the Choir of the Eastern Early Music Forum, director Michael Procter (Chapel). .|
|24th Mar 2006 to 26th Mar 2006||13:00||Music||Music in the Liturgy||A weekend workshop on Renaissance sacred music, working towards a liturgical performance of a Mass setting by Ludwig Daser (c.1525-89), based on one of Josquin's greatest motets. Open to all singers. Directed by Michael Procter. Full details on www.eemf.org.uk.(Chapel). .|
|24th Mar 2006 to 31st Mar 2006||17:00||Chapel||Retreat to Iona||The island of Iona lies off the west coast of Scotland and is reached by minibus and ferry. 15 places at the MacLeod Centre have been secured for the week 24-31 March 2006.
Experience something of the life of the Iona Community; explore the island; help in the upkeep of the Centre; meet together for discussion and reflection; join the Community's weekly pligrimage; become a part of something bigger than yourself...
Please contact David for more details, on firstname.lastname@example.org. .
|21st Mar 2006||20:30||Film||Trinity College Film Society||TWIN PEAKS (pilot film and entire first season) (1990) David Lynch. Mystical and eccentric FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper arrives in the small Pacific Northwest town of Twin Peaks to investigate the brutal murder of Homecoming Queen and high school girl Laura Palmer and soon becomes entangled in the town's problems, people and situations, discovering that the small town is seething with deadly secrets and killer cherry pie. TWIN PEAKS is a groundbreaking TV series from the early 90s, and was the first TV series using surrealistic motives. It has the insidious weirdness of David Lynch's best movie work and is so entertaining it has to be seen to be believed. (Second part; the first part is the previous evening.) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|
|20th Mar 2006||20:30||Film||Trinity College Film Society||TWIN PEAKS (pilot film and entire first season) (1990) David Lynch. Mystical and eccentric FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper arrives in the small Pacific Northwest town of Twin Peaks to investigate the brutal murder of Homecoming Queen and high school girl Laura Palmer and soon becomes entangled in the town's problems, people and situations, discovering that the small town is seething with deadly secrets and killer cherry pie. TWIN PEAKS is a groundbreaking TV series from the early 90s, and was the first TV series using surrealistic motives. It has the insidious weirdness of David Lynch's best movie work and is so entertaining it has to be seen to be believed. (First part; next part follows the next evening.) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|