As May Week approaches, don’t forget that there are also several garden parties going on in the next few weeks. These are often a great inexpensive alternative (or addition) to the May Balls. The Tab has a good summary of what is on offer. We also have our rowers in action in the May Bumps this week, and our Guest Night coming up on June 22nd.
Have a serene week!
- 1 CIRF Talks: Prof. Susan Squier (Jun 10)
- 2 Cambridge Footlights International Tour 2013: CANADA (Jun 11 – 22)
- 3 CURAS Garden Party (Jun 14)
- 4 University of Cambridge Concert Band Summer Concert (Jun 14)
- 5 Cam FM Suicide Sunday Party (Jun 16)
- 6 Churchill Archives Presents “My Darling Clemmie” (Jun 18)
- 7 Reach Cambridge: Chemistry / Pharmacology Tutor (Deadline Jun 24)
- 8 Study Skills Workshops
CIRF Talks: Prof. Susan Squier (Jun 10)
The Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum (CIRF) is hosting Professor Susan Squier from the Pennsylvania State University next Monday, 10th June. She will give an evening seminar entitled ‘Revisiting Interspecies Reproduction: Xenogenic Desire and the Feminist Implications of Hybrids’. The event will take place at CRASSH (West Road) at 5pm in seminar room SG1.
Professor Squier will be also joining us for a reading session earlier that afternoon (June 10). We will discuss a recent book by Michelle Murphy, Seizing the Means of Reproduction: Entanglements of Feminism, Health, and Technoscience. The meeting will be in the Department of Sociology (Free School Lane), in the Tea Room on the first floor, from 2pm until 4pm, also next Monday. Anyone who would like to join in on the reading group should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge Footlights International Tour 2013: CANADA (Jun 11 – 22)
7.45pm @ ADC Theatre, 11-22 Jun 2013
Box Office: 01223 300085 // adctheatre.com
The Footlights return with this year’s tour production: CANADA, their sharpest and most ambitious sketch show yet. Join ‘the most renowned sketch troupe of them all’ (Independent) as they showcase an hour of mad, imaginative comedy from this year’s most talented writers and performers.
Marking the 130th Anniversary of the Cambridge Footlights, 50 years since the club’s first US tour, and the only tour show yet to have more women than men in its cast, CANADA is the Footlights as you’ve never seen them before.
CURAS Garden Party (Jun 14)
The Cambridge University Real Ale Society (CURAS) will be having their Garden Party on Friday, June 14th from 4-7pm at Jesus Green (near Park Parade). Entry is FREE for members (£3 for non-members) and will feature at least two different ales (possibly three) – one of which is a custom brew from Bexar Country Brewery made exclusively for this party. It would be great if you could please pass along this information to the members on your mailing lists.
University of Cambridge Concert Band Summer Concert (Jun 14)
Friday 14th June, 8pm, St Giles’ Church.
Come along for a fantastic evening of music! Programme to include:
Fantasia on British Sea Songs – Henry J. Wood Hebrides Suite – C. Grundman
Paris Sketches – M. Ellerby
Cockleshell Heroes – Lieut.-Col. F. Vivian Dunn
Scenes from an English Landscape – A. Gorb Birdland – J. Zawinal
Conducted by Philip Howie and Alan Bowman
£6/4 on the door
Cam FM Suicide Sunday Party (Jun 16)
Cam FM presents SUICIDE SUNDAY – THE AFTER PARTY @ Revolution – Sunday 16th June 9pm
This year Cam FM brings you the ultimate way to end your Suicide Sunday – The biggest, grandest, classiest Suicide Sunday party to hit Cambridge yet and the OFFICIAL after party for Downing Tribal BBQ and May Bumps 2012!!! (Check out Cam FM’s LIVE BUMPS COVERAGE ALL WEEK on 97.2 FM and bumps.camfm.co.uk)
Expect top Cam FM DJs (including those that have held residencies at Lola Lo, Fez, Ballare and Revs with Let’s Kill Disco, Big Fish Ents and Plastique) bringing your favourite commercial tunes, great Revolution drinks and an awesome night all in the newly refurbished Revolution!
FREE shots or bbq items for early arrivals, FREE glow sticks and UV face paint, awesome drinks deals, BBQ and Shisha!!
Advance tickets are £3 from college/garden party reps and online from https://www.fatsoma.com/cam-fm
Churchill Archives Presents “My Darling Clemmie” (Jun 18)
The Churchill Archives Centre and The Churchill Centre – UK are proud to present a performance by Rohan McCulloch of ‘My Darling Clemmie’, the remarkable story of Sir Winston Churchill’s wife, on Tuesday 18th June 2013 at 7 p.m. in the Wolfson Hall.
Tickets are £5 for students. Tickets may be booked through Noelle Caulfield (TCC.email@example.com)
Reach Cambridge: Chemistry / Pharmacology Tutor (Deadline Jun 24)
Please see the following advertisement:
Study Skills Workshops
The college has organised a series of workshops over the coming weeks, to help with post-graduate research issues. See the following advert for details: