This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|25th Feb 2005||21:00||Music||'Sthita', Parisian Jazz Trio||'Sthita': Bringing you one of the finest up-and-coming jazz trios on the Parisian scene, straight from the French capital. More than an alternative to the Eurostar weekend, and probably the best act in Cambridge on that night! King's College Bar. For further info, email Julien (jjmr2).|
|24th Feb 2005||17:30||Academic||History of the Book Seminar||Dan Wakelin: 'Humanism and Printing in Caxton's England' (Allhusen Room).|
|23rd Feb 2005||19:55||Music||Trinity College Music Society||Tom Herford performs Fauré’s 'L’Horizon Chimérique', Britten’s 'Tit for Tat' and works by Barber and Schumann. Tickets £5/£3/£2 (Chapel). TCMS.|
|23rd Feb 2005||20:00||Undergraduates||Rice Exchange Dinner|| (Hall).|
|22nd Feb 2005||19:30||Music||Dierdre Gribben: Violin Concerto||Dierdre Gribben is a former Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts at Trinity. Her violin concerto 'Venus Blazing' - described as 'an interplanetary event' by the Guardian - will be performed at the Corn Exchange by the Britten Sinfonia. (The concert will be preceeded by a pre-show talk: see website for details). Corn Exchange.|
|22nd Feb 2005||20:00||Film||CineClub||Soirée danse: 'French Can-Can', Jean Renoir (1955); 'Tango', Carlos Saura (1998).
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre). CineClub.
|21st Feb 2005||20:00||Academic||Trinity College Science Society||Prof. Sir Alan Fersht FRS, Herchel Smith Professor of Organic Chemistry at Cambridge University and Director of the MRC Centre for Protein Engineering, will speak to the Society (Title: TBA) (Junior Parlour). Further details.|
|21st Feb 2005||20:15||Societies||Trinity Mathematical Society||Dr T. A. Fisher: "The Geometry of Numbers" (Old Combination Room). Further details.|
|21st Feb 2005||20:30||Film||Trinity College Film Society||ROSEMARY'S BABY (Roman Polanski, 1968) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). TCFS.|
|20th Feb 2005||20:30||Film||Trinity College Film Society||ROSEMARY'S BABY (Roman Polanski, 1968) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). TCFS.|
|19th Feb 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||Opera Oscura present Handel’s Oratorio ‘Il Trionfo del Tempo’, directed by Katie Hawks. Trinity’s Julian Forbes and Alice Murray sing in leading roles. Tickets £6/£4/£2 available on the door (Chapel). TCMS.|
|18th Feb 2005||17:00||Academic||The Conundra of Vision||The Conundra of Vision: Reflexivity in Latin American Visual Culture. Supported by CRASSH, the Centre of Latin American Studies, and Trinity College. At CRASSH. Programme and Registration information.|
|18th Feb 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||The Dmitri Ensemble return to Trinity after their highly successful debut concert last term. Tickets £8/£5/£3 available on the door (Chapel). TCMS.|
|17th Feb 2005||17:00||Societies||Entente Cordial||The contemporary French poet, Franck Andre Jamme, will recite his own work (Old Combination Room).|
|17th Feb 2005||18:00||Societies||Trinity College Literary Society||Prof. Helen Cooper (Cambridge): 'When Romance Comes True?'. Wine will be served (Frazer Room). TCLS.|
|16th Feb 2005||20:00||Film||CineClub||Soirée gitans/tziganes: 'Gadjo dilo', Tony Gatlif (1997); 'Chat noir, chat blanc', Emir Kusturica (1998) (JCR/BA Rooms). CineClub.|
|16th Feb 2005||20:00||Academic||Trinity College Science Society||Prof. Antony Hewish FRS, Nobel
Laureate in Physics (1974), speaks to the Society on "The Strange Physics
of Pulsars" (Old Combination Room). Further details.
|14th Feb 2005||20:00||Academic||Trinity College Science Society||Rev. Ruth Adams, Chaplain at Trinity, will speak to the Society (Title: TBA) (Old Combination Room). Further details.|
|14th Feb 2005||20:30||Film||Trinity College Film Society||CHUNGKING EXPRESS (Wong Kar-Wai, 1994) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). TCFS.|
|13th Feb 2005||20:30||Academic||Trinity College Film Society||CHUNGKING EXPRESS (Wong Kar-Wai, 1994) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). TCFS.|
|11th Feb 2005||20:00||Music||Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn, and others||Laura Holmes & Suzanne Szczetnikowicz present an assortment of music including pieces ranging from Bach, Mozart and Mendelssohn through to the Twentieth Century. Tickets £5/£3/£2 (Chapel). TCMS.|
|10th Feb 2005||17:00||Academic||Clark Lectures 2005||Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, will speak on the subject of 'Grace, Necessity and Imagination: Catholic Philosophy and the Twentieth-Century Artist.' Lecture III: 'Flannery O'Connor: Proper Names'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. Clark Lectures.|
|10th Feb 2005||17:30||Academic||History of the Book Seminar||Christine Roger: 'The making of the Complete Shakespeare: Editing the Works of the Bard for the 18th- and early 19th-century German reader' (Allhusen Room).|
|10th Feb 2005||19:30||Societies||Trinity College Politics Society||Ann Widdecombe, MP, will address the second meeting of TrinPol. A Minister of State at the Home Office in the Major government, she then served as Shadow Home Secretary under William Hague. A one-time darling of the Tory right and something of a hate-figure for the left, she has now transformed herself into a novelist, agony aunt, and TV personality - whilst remaining an active MP. Entrance is free for members and £1 for non-members (Old Combination Room).|
|9th Feb 2005||20:00||Academic||Trinity College Science Society||Prof. Steven Ley CBE FRS, Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Trinity, will speak to the Society (Title: TBA) (Old Combination Room). Further details.|