Events Bulletin

Special or one-time events are displayed on this page.
You can also access the College Calendar here for an overview of forthcoming events.

This week's Events

5 March  29 April
Art Exhibition
Human Traces on the Urban Landscape:  Alexandra Baraitser, Gunther Herbst, Rosie Snell. Open daily.

Forthcoming Events

Friday 17 April, 8.00pm, Dining Room
Suzana Ograjensek, soprano,  with Odissea:   Roman Cantatas by Handel and Scarlatti. Benjamin Bayl, director, harpsichord; Jorge Jimenez, violin; James Toll, violin; Christopher Suckling, cello.FREE ADMISSION: retiring collection . For further information please go to;

Thursday 23 April, 1.00pm, Meeting Room
Thursday Lunchtime Talk
Authorship in Historical Perspective: the Greco-Roman Context. Professor Pieter Botha, Faculty of Biblical and Ancient Studies, University of South Africa, Life Member, Clare Hall. Please bring your lunch, coffee and water available. For further information please contact

Friday 24 April, 6.00pm, West Court
Literary Talk
Angela Leighton
West Court, Clare Hall, end of Herschel Road. Wine will be served. All welcome. Dr Trudi Tate

18 June 2015, 8pm - 2am
'Clare Hall Soiree: Starry Night, Lost in La Belle Epoque'
Be transported to Paris, 18 June 1900, for an evening of extravagance.
You can buy tickets and find more information at our website
Tickets are also available from the porters' lodge (cash only)


Friday 17 April, 8.00pm
Suzana Ograjensek, soprano,  with Odissea:   Roman Cantatas by Handel and Scarlatti

Thursday 23 April, 1.00pm
Thursday Lunchtime Talk
Pieter Botha on 'Authorship in Historical Perspective: the Greco-Roman Context'.

Friday 24 April, 6.00pm
Literary Talk
Angela Leighton

Tuesday 28 April, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
'Cyclops, Changing Perceptions of an Ogre'
Mercedes Aguirre, Universidad Complutense, Madrid and Richard Buxton, University of Bristol

Thursday 7 May, 6.00pm
Art Exhibition Opening
Iceni Botanical Artists, 'Breckland Wild Flowers'

Tuesday 12 May, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
South Arica's Freedom Park: considering land and religion in striving for identity
Pieter Botha, University of South Africa

Saturday 16 May, 7.30pm
Intimate Engagement Concerts
Yehudi Menuin School, Haydn string quartet and Enesco Octet

Updated  Mar.27.2015