Trinity students Areeg Emarah and Tom McGachie are among the leading lights of the May Week Mega Event, a ‘jam-packed evening of entertainment and inspiration’ on 28 June, designed to bring the Cambridge community together.
Whether it’s Bach’s Mass in B Minor, Howells’ Collegium Regale, or music by living composers, Trinity College Choir is world-renowned for its recordings, for which it has won international awards and garnered rave reviews.
The first-of-its-kind May Week Mega Event invites students and staff to showcase the talent and diversity of the Cambridge community – through performance and features - to be livestreamed on 28 June 2020.
Vice-President Ben Clark outlines how Trinity College Students’ Union (TCSU) has adapted to the lockdown and created a raft of support, entertainment and information to keep students connected and spirits up.
The Eurovision song contest is an annual event loved by many. When this year’s contest was cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Modern & Medieval Languages student at Trinity, Tom McGachie, launched his own event - Cambrovision. We caught up with Tom on the eve of the Final.