This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|18th Feb 2008||20:00||Reading||Reading by ANNE STEVENSON||A reading by the internationally-acclaimed poet and critic. Sponsored by the Trinity College Literary Society. (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|
|18th Feb 2008||21:00||Reading||Reading by Anne Stevenson||The internationally acclaimed poet Anne Stevenson will give a reading (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|
|17th Feb 2008||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong||Preacher: Dr Nicholas Adams (University of Edinburgh)
'Macbeth' and Fate (Chapel).
|16th Feb 2008||14:30||Chapel||Memorial Service for Dr Denis Marrian|| (Chapel).|
|13th Feb 2008||21:00||Chapel||Theology for Non-Theologians||A group convened by Alice Goodman to provide some informal teaching and discussion of theology for interested students. Refreshments served. M6 Blue Boar Court.|
|10th Feb 2008||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong||Preacher: The Revd Dr Jessica Martin
'Pericles' and Reconciliation (Chapel).
|9th Feb 2008||19:00||Music||VOCE: 'Love Calls'||VOCE (Voices Of Cambridge Ensemble) are putting on a sequence of music and readings in Trinity Chapel entitled 'Love Calls'. VOCE emerged from the chapel choir in mid-1990s and has benefited from further choral scholars from Trinity joining as the years have progressed. It is directed by Jonathan Sampson (Trinity, 1992-1995) and usually gives 3-5 concerts per year to a very high standard around the country, despite the members of the group not being full-time professional singers. The text for the sequence has been written by Professor John Bowker (ex-Dean of Chapel) and his Wife, Margaret, and it focuses on human and divine love coming, as it does, only a week before St Valentine’s day. Tickets will be available on the door, at £5, £3 & £2 (Chapel).|
|6th Feb 2008||13:15||Music||Free Lunchtime Recital by the Crypt Choir of The King’s School Canterbury ||1.15-1.55pm. Music by Tallis, Blow, Mozart, Swayne, Pärt, Lauridsen and Whitacre. Directed by Howard Ionascu (Chapel).|
|6th Feb 2008||18:15||Chapel||Sung Eucharist for Ash Wednesday||Sung Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes, with an address given by Professor Geoffrey Hill (Chapel).|
|6th Feb 2008||18:15||Guest Speaker||DR ALLEN VINCATASSIN: Exiled British Islanders ||The population of the British Indian Ocean Territory (formerly Chagos Archipelago) was evicted in 1971 by the British Government under the Royal Prerogative, to make way for the construction of a U.S. military base on Diego Garcia. Unable to take their possessions and given meagre compensation after a long struggle, the 2,000 islanders were dumped in Mauritius. Since then, they and their descendents have fought for legal redress, including the right to return to their homeland. In May 2007, the Court of Appeal ruled that the government's obstructive tactics were unlawful and that the islanders were able to return (only) to the outer islands of the territory. Dr Allen Vincatassin will tell us about his pioneering work in the process of resettlement of his compatriots in the UK, the struggle for justice, the potentially sweeping constitutional significance of the different court cases, and the prospects for the Chagossian diaspora. Dr Vincatassin is the Leader of the Chagossian people in the UK and the Founder and Patron of the Diego Garcian Society. (Old Combination Room).|
|4th Feb 2008||20:00||Reading||Reading by EMILY DENING and KEARAN WILLIAMS||A reading by the local poets. Sponsored by the Trinity College Literary Society. (Junior Parlour).|
|3rd Feb 2008||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong||Preacher: The Revd Prof. Ben Quash (King's College, London)
'King Lear' and Recognition (Chapel).
|30th Jan 2008||16:30||Guest Speaker||The Rt Hon. Douglas Hurd: 'David Cameron and the New Conservatives'||This event is co-hosted by Trinity Politics Society and Christ's College. (Junior Parlour).|
|30th Jan 2008||18:00||Guest Speaker||Dean's Wednesday Evening||The Rt Hon. Douglas Hurd will speak on "Humanitarian War": a contradiction in terms? (Old Combination Room).|
|30th Jan 2008||18:00||Guest Speaker||"Humanitarian War" - A Contradiction in Terms? - talk by the Rt Hon Lord Hurd||Douglas Hurd, former Foreign and Home Secretary, will speak on ' "Humanitarian War" - A Contradiction in Terms?'. This event is one of an occasional series of talks and discussions arranged by the Dean of Chapel.
(Old Combination Room).
|28th Jan 2008||20:00||Guest Speaker||Cambridge University Biological Society & Trinity College Science Society||Georgina Ferry, science writer, will speak on 'Lives in Science' (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|
|28th Jan 2008||20:00||Reading||Reading by poets from PERDIKA PRESS||Five poets from the innovative poetry press read their work. Sponsored by the Trinity College Literary Society.
(Old Combination Room).
|27th Jan 2008||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong||Preacher: Prof. Brian Cummings (University of Sussex)
'Hamlet' and Chance (Chapel).
|26th Jan 2008||10:00||Societies||Trinity College French Society - Wine Tasting||Six types of wine from around France; demonstration of dégustation technique by a representative from a Cambridge wine merchant; yummy nibbles to accompany the wine; etc. Tickets are £5 for Trinity members and £6 for non-Trinity members. Sign up for a place on the sheet in the Angel Court mailroom or email lhb27 if non-Trinity (Junior Parlour).|
|25th Jan 2008||17:00||Academic||Choiseul Praslin lecture||"En métissage & marronnage, écrire au féminin pluriel". Suzanne Dracius will read from her works followed by Q & A (Old Combination Room).|
|25th Jan 2008||18:15||Chapel||Corporate Communion||Corporate Communion for the Conversion of St Paul. Christians of all denominations are invited to join in this service and the supper afterwards (Chapel).|
|24th Jan 2008||18:45||Guest Speaker||George Galloway speaks to TES||George Galloway, Respect MP for Bethnal Green and Bow is coming to speak to the Trinity Economics Society for what promises to be an exciting evening of rhetoric and political discussion. For more information, contact Olga Polunina (firstname.lastname@example.org) Come to the OCR at 6.45 on Thursday and prepare to be entertained! (Old Combination Room).|
|23rd Jan 2008||18:15||Guest Speaker||SIR HILARY SYNNOTT KCMG: Attempts at State-Building in Iraq ||Hilary Synnott was the Coalition Provisional Authority's Regional Coordinator for Southern Iraq from July 2003 until January 2004. Working directly for the CPA Administrator, Ambassador Paul Bremer, he had responsibility for civilian affairs in Iraq's four southern Provinces, including the city of Basra. Previously Sir Hilary had been the British High Commissioner in Pakistan (2000-3) and Deputy High Commissioner in India from (1993-6). His fields of expertise include South Asia, Iraq, and nuclear strategic matters. Sir Hilary has also served as Deputy Head of Mission in Amman, Jordan, and Head of the Western European Department at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office at the time of the unification of Germany. Now a Consulting Senior Fellow at The International Institute for Strategic Studies, Sir Hilary specializes in South Asian affairs and post-conflict issues.
|23rd Jan 2008||19:00||Chapel||God & The Senses||The second in a series of thematic services that explore how our senses can bring us closer to God. Focussing on the sense of touch through the media of word and music (Chapel).|
|23rd Jan 2008||20:00||Film||CinéClub||8pm: HUIT FEMMES François Ozon, 2002, 103 min). 10 pm: LA NUIT AMERICAINE (François Truffaut, 1973, 115 min). Entrance is FREE, and refreshments are available in the interval (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|