This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|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|
|12th Mar 2007||20:00||Music||TCMS Concert||Trinity Singers - Mozart Requiem. After the popular performance of Handel's Messiah last term, Howard Leithead returns as the director of Trinity Singers with Mozart's moving and sublime Requiem Mass. Tickets £8 / £5 (concs) / £3 (TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.|
|9th Mar 2007||17:30||Academic||A Choiseul-Praslin Lecture: Alice Cherki on Franz Fanon||Frantz Fanon's friend and colleague Alice Cherki, whose biography of Fanon
has just been translated ("Frantz Fanon: A Portrait", Cornell University
Press, 2006) will talk on Fanon and the historical and intellectual contexts
of his thought and action.
(Old Combination Room).
|8th 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: ' Aspects of Aspects'. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. All are welcome. Further details.|
|7th Mar 2007||13:00||Chapel||Lent Lunches||The Old Kitchen, Trinity College
"Social space and social justice"
Professor Kevin Gray has a particular interest in Land Rights for the Aboriginal communities in Australia.
|6th Mar 2007||19:00||Film||CineClub||Week 7: Soirée espionnage - Tuesday, Mar 6th. 8pm: LaLehet Al HaMayim [Walk on water] - Eytan Fox, 2004. 10pm: Tirez sur le pianiste - François Truffaut, 1960 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.|
|5th Mar 2007||18:00||Societies||Islam in Britain||The Cambridge University Bangladesh Society presents Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari MBE as part of their distinguished lecture series. Dr Bari is Secretary-General of the MUSLIM COUNCIL OF BRITAIN. See http://www.banglasoc.org for more information.
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).
|4th Mar 2007||13:30||Societies||4th Annual Science Symposium||Hosted by the Trinity College Science Society. Guest speakers Daniel Wolpert, Hugh Hunt (and his boomerangs), and selected student speakers catered Poster Sessions, and unveiling of the Newton, Trinity's student journal
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).
|4th Mar 2007||21:00||Music||TCMS Master's Lodge Concert||Our members are cordially invited to the annual showcase of the best of Trinity musical talent, featuring a varied programme of high-quality performances in the wonderful surroundings of the Master's Lodge. For tickets, please email 'tickets at committee.tcms.org.uk'. TCMS.|
|3rd Mar 2007||20:00||Music||TCMS Concert||Zambia Charity Concert. A range of musicians present a varied programme of solo works and chamber music, in aid of the charity Habitat for Humanity's work in Zambia. There will be a collection at the end of the concert (Chapel). TCMS.|
|1st Mar 2007||17:15||Societies||French Politics and Secularism - Patrick Weil||Patrick Weil will speak on 'Secularism in France' after the headscarf
law of 2004 and the riots of November 2005.
Talk and discussion afterwards in English. Entrance FREE.
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).
|28th Feb 2007||13:00||Chapel||Lent Lunches||The Old Kitchen, Trinity College
"The Second Most Important Book in Western Civilisation"
Mr Tony Weir
|27th Feb 2007||20:00||Film||CineClub||Week 6: Soirée scandinave. 8pm: Reykjavik 101- Baltasar Kormákur, 2000. 10pm: I am Dina - Ole Bornedal, 2002 (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Cineclub.|
|27th Feb 2007||20:00||Music||TCMS Concert||Eleanor Perkins (recorders) and Andrew Lim (harpsichord/piano/other) perform a programme of music to welcome in the new season. Featuring a delightful selection of works by Telemann, Handel, Zahnhausen, and Staeps and a premiere of original arrangements, this concert will carry you from the depths of winter into the joys of spring. Tickets £5 / £3 (concs) / £2 (TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.|
|26th Feb 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|
|24th Feb 2007||20:00||Music||TCMS Concert||African 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.|