You are warmly invited by Trinity Women’s Network to an evening of music, poetry, and dining in the wonderful setting of Trinity College Chapel and Old Kitchen.
The afternoon will begin with a concert in Chapel combining music and poetry. Trinity singer and composer, Joanna Sleight (1995), has set poems by Robert Browning in a short song cycle for mezzo-soprano, cello and piano. Trinity poets Professor Angela Leighton (e2006), Sophie Hannah (Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts, 1997), Rebecca Watts (2001) and Emma Jones (2002), will be reading their own works as published in the recent Trinity Poets.
The recital will be followed by a drinks reception and dinner in the Old Kitchen. Accommodation will be available in College overnight, but the evening should finish in time to catch late trains back to London.
This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate how women Fellows and alumnae have enriched the cultural heritage of Trinity, and to network with other alumnae. Guests are warmly welcomed, and there is a special price for recent graduates.