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

3rd July- 27th August,  Clare Hall 
Art Exhibition
Allan McWilliam

Wednesday 3rd September, 5.45pm for 6.00pm, Richard Eden Suite
Clare Hall Colloquium
Hearing is Believing: The Dialect Poems of William Barnes (1801–1886). Tom Burton,  Emeritus Professor of English, University of Adelaide and Clare Hall Visiting Fellow.  Please note the one-off change of time and venue for this talk which is an encore of one given earlier this year. Drinks in the garden before the talk, which will end in time for formal dinner.

Friday 5th September, 6pm-8pm, Clare Hall
Art Exhibition Opening
Mark van Heygen, Paintings. 

Forthcoming Events 

Saturday 20th September, 7.30pm – 10.00pm, Clare Hall Dining Room
Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick.  Tickets £15, (Students £5) available from the Porters Lodge.

Saturday 20th September
Spanish Society Meeting 2014
The ninth Spanish Society meeting will be held in Madrid on Saturday 20th September 2014 at La Casa Encantada Conference Hall (Ronda de Valencia, 2) from 9:30. Professor David Ibbetson will be joining Dr Jesús Ricote, Vicepresidente Adjunto de Internacionalización, CSIC, to introduce a selection of speakers on various subjects. This will be followed by lunch. A full schedule of events can be view  here.

Friday 26th September, 5.30pm – 6.30pm, Richard Eden Suite – West court
Alumni Festival Weekend - September 26th to 28th
'The Early History of the Cavendish Laboratory - the Origin of Physics in Cambridge'
Professor Malcolm Longair, former head of the Cavendish Lab will be giving what promises to be a fascinating address, where he will be delving into the history of one of the World’s most famous laboratories. All College members are welcome. Admission is free, but booking is required. Contact the Development Office at / 01223 332368.

Friday 26th September, 7.30pm, Clare Hall Dining Room
Life Members’ Jazz Formal
Returning Life Members are invited to partake of an evening of fine dining with a classic live jazz accompaniment. Admission for the lecture is free, and seats at the dinner are £35. Spaces are limited, so to book, please contact the Development Office ( / 01223 332368)




Wednesday 3 September, 5.45pm
venue: Richard Eden Suite

Clare Hall Colloquium

Tom Burton on ‘Hearing is Believing: The Dialect Poems of William Barnes (1801–1886)’

Friday 5 September, 6pm-8pm
venue: Clare Hall
Art Exhibition Opening

Mark van Heygen, Paintings

Updated  Jul.31.2014
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