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					NOVEMBER

WHAT’S ON
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Exhibitions

Music

From 5 November
A R Wallace - the forgotten evolutionalist Mon–Fri: 10am–4.45pm, Sat: 11am–4pm An exhibition exploring the life, ideas and collections of Alfred Russell Wallace by artist Fred Langford Edwards Museum of Zoology, Downing St, tel: 01223 336650 www.zoo.cam.ac.uk/museum

7, 8 November

7 Nov: 7.30–9.30pm, 8 Nov: 3.30–5.30pm The art of SamulNori - Kim Duk Soo and SamulNori Hanullim The Korean ensemble known as SamulNori Hanullim are all virtuoso percussionists who not only acquired world-wide fame but also sparked a renaissance in Korean traditional performing arts. They are a complete theatrical experience! From 22 November £15, concs/students £7.50 Anji Jackson-Main: paintings Robinson College, Grange Rd, Daily: 10am–6pm tel: 01223 339036 Paintings that explore the dynamic possibilities www.800.cam.ac.uk/events/239 that arise from the use of body in making marks on canvas 7, 14, 21, 28 November New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards 6.30–7.15pm King’s College organ recitals College, Huntingdon Rd, tel: 01223 769404 King’s College Chapel, King’s Parade, www.art.newhall.cam.ac.uk tel: 01223 331224 www.kings.cam.ac.uk

PICK OF THE MONTH
Cambridge Music Festival, 8–29 November Concerts include The University at 800, a choral celebration by choirs of Clare and Trinity College, Haydn and Mozart in St John’s and an On the Origin of Species concert for the Darwin 150th anniversary. There are also many family concerts throughout the festival, see the website for more details www.cammusic.co.uk

Talks

Families

Theatre

Courses

Selection of events at the University of Cambridge open to the public
25 November
4–5.30pm HMC Michaelmas term lecture Mission and unity Westminster College, Madingley Rd, tel: 01223 741088 www.martynmission.cam.ac.uk

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26 November
1.10–1.40pm Exhibition tour: Roger Hilton Kettle’s Yard, Castle St, tel: 01223 748100 www.kettlesyard.co.uk

28 November
8pm Nimrod by Dr David Wilson Department of Chemistry, Lensfield Rd, tel: 01223 336540 www.spri.cam.ac.uk

Music
1 November
1.15pm The White Wind Quintet Barber, Hindemith, Milhaud Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, tel: 01223 332900 www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk Cambridge Music Festival, 8–29 November Concerts include The University at 800, a choral celebration by choirs of Clare and Trinity College, Haydn and Mozart in St John’s and On the Origin of Species, concert for the Darwin 150th anniversary. There are also many family concerts throughout the festival, see the website for more details www.cammusic.co.uk

2, 10, 17 November
5–7pm Music and the identity in the Middle East and Central Asia Faculty of Middle Eastern and Asian Studies, Sidgwick Ave, tel: 01223 335103 www.cis.cam.ac.uk

14 November
8.30–10pm La création du monde – Dante Quartet Milhaud, Barber, Chopin, Beethoven, £12–17 King’s Hall, King’s College, King’s Parade, tel: 01223 331224 www.kings.cam.ac.uk

Courses
3 November
1.15pm Art speak Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, tel: 01223 332900 www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

4–8 November
7.30pm Cambridge Purcell Festival Series Events to mark the 350th anniversary of Henry Purcell, £2–8. Choral evensong on 8 Nov, 6pm with free entry Fitzwilliam College, Storey’s Way, tel: 01223 477339 www.fitz.cam.ac.uk/music

15 November
3–5pm The consort’s journey: music for Renaissance flutes and harp played by Catch As Catch Can Josquin, Isaac van Ghizeghem and Ruffo, £15, concs £10, tel: 01223 847330 St Bene’t’s Church, Bene’t St www.CambridgeEarlyMusic.org/concerts

3, 10, 17, 24 November
4.30–6pm Tuesday studio Creative art workshops for ages 11–14, price for four sessions, £28, concs £21 Kettle’s Yard, Castle St, tel: 01223 748100 www.kettlesyard.co.uk

4 November
7.30–8.30pm CU New Music Ensemble £10, concs £7 Kettle’s Yard, Castle St, tel: 01223 748100 www.kettlesyard.co.uk

14, 28 November
11.30am–2pm Saturday drawing Workshop for adults and over 16s, £8, concs £5 Kettle’s Yard, Castle St, tel: 01223 748100

26 November
1.10pm A gent’s Christmas Concert of Christmas music from Renaissance

11, 12 November
11 Nov: 5–7pm, 12 Nov: 9.30am–1pm Tanner lectures Professor Sir Christopher Frayling will give two lectures on art and religion in the modern west - some perspectives. 12 Nov: The Respondents will discuss and debate Sir Christopher Frayling’s lectures, open discussion and participation with audience, book in advance Robinson College, Grange Rd, email: tanner.admin@clarehall.cam.ac.uk www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk

7 November
11am–3pm Magic carpets Come and create some outdoor art and textiles with autumn treasures found in the Garden, £2, normal admission prices for accompanying adults Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, tel: 01223 336265 www.botanic.cam.ac.uk

10–14 November
7.45–10.30pm CU Musical Society presents The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum Join Dorothy as she escapes from depression era America into the glamour, fantasy and romance of the silver screen, £7–10 ADC Theatre, Park St, tel: 01223 300085 www.adctheatre.com

3 November
1.15pm Art speak Just turn up and enjoy half an hour of looking at and talking about art, meet in the courtyard entrance Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, tel: 01223 332900 www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

12 November
10–11.30am Creative chaos Monthly drop in art sessions for pre-school children and their carers, admission is first come, first served, £3 Kettle’s Yard, Castle St, tel: 01223 748100 www.kettlesyard.co.uk

21 November
12pm, 3pm 0–800 in 60 minutes Schools’ drama for the University of Cambridge 800th anniversary written and produced by Key Stage Theatre Company and involving nine schools, £5, concs £4 ADC Theatre, Park St, tel: 01223 300085/ 01223 330716 www.800.cam.ac.uk/events/226

15 November
10am–4.30pm Cambridge and the kingdom of East Anglia Attempt to reconstruct something of the lost chapters of the history of Cambridge from the fifth to the eleventh centuries Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley Hall, Madingley, tel: 01223 746262 www.cont-ed.cam.ac.uk/day

12 November
7pm Why some squirrels are black Helen McRobie will be talking about the genetic basis of melanism in the grey squirrel, £1, admission is free to members of CNHS or Cambridge Wildlife Trust Anglia Ruskin University, Broad St, email: events@cnhs.org.uk www.cnhs.org.uk

For full listings pick up the What’s On guide from the Tourist Information Office or around Cambridge.

For a full listing of events go to

www.cam.ac.uk/whatson
What’s On is published by the University’s Communications Services team. Tel: 01223 339397. Office of External Affairs and Communications, The Pitt Building, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RP


				
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