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Magna Carta: 800 years and so what?

Cambridge History for Schools

For ages 11-14. Places limited - book now!  It is 800 years since King John sealed Magna Carta and the event was commemorated by everyone from the Queen, to the Prime Minister and the American Attorney General. But what brought all these important people to Surrey to celebrat...

Cost
FREE
Start date
Sat 7 Nov, 2015 - 11:00am
Posted
almost 4 years ago

Dance like a King, Dance like a Peasant!

Cambridge History for Schools

For ages 7-11. Places limited - book now! Lace up your doublet, secure your farthingale and put on your dancing shoes - we’re dancing through the court and countryside of Tudor England. Tudor men and women used dance to mark all sorts of occasions and social relationships. B...

Cost
FREE
Start date
Sat 7 Nov, 2015 - 11:00am
Posted
almost 4 years ago

Uncanny Halloween

Wysing Arts Centre

Join us on Halloween for an event that will explore some of the themes raised in Wysing's current exhibition The Uncanny Valley, with contributions from academics and artists. This event will explore some of the themes raised in the exhibition The Uncanny Valley and will incl...

Cost
Free
Start date
Sat 31 Oct, 2015 - 2:00pm
Posted
almost 4 years ago

FREE event: Festival of Ideas Clicking to Connectivity

Historyworks

Join Professor Helen Weinstein (HistoryWorks) and Jonny Austin (ARM & Makespace) for talks showcasing multimedia ways of navigating Cambridge’s past and present.  There will be tours facilitated by volunteers demonstrating the possibility of using bluetooth beacons around...

Cost
Free
Start date
Thu 29 Oct, 2015 - 5:00pm
Posted
about 4 years ago

Festival of Ideas: Clicking to Connectivity

Historyworks

Join Professor Helen Weinstein (HistoryWorks) and Jonny Austin (ARM & Makespace) for talks showcasing multimedia ways of navigating Cambridge’s past and present.  There will be tours facilitated by volunteers demonstrating the possibility of using bluetooth beacons around...

Cost
Free
Start date
Thu 29 Oct, 2015 - 5:00pm
Posted
about 4 years ago

Interactive Light Installation for the Festival of Ideas

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Saturday 31 October: 5:30pm - 7:30pm Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, CB1 1PT An interactive light installation exploring the theme of human augmentation . No longer science fiction; human augmentation is one of the most exciting and thought provoking trends in biology an...

Cost
FREE
Start date
Sat 31 Oct, 2015 - 5:30pm
Posted
about 4 years ago

Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop

Acting Now

We are going to run a THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED WORKSHOP, aimed at anyone who is interested in theatre as a tool for social transformation.  The Theatre of the Oppressed workshop is an introductory workshop designed for people who want to learn Theatre of the Oppressed techniq...

Cost
£40 £35 concessions
Start date
Sat 14 Nov, 2015 - 10:00am
Posted
about 4 years ago

e-Luminate Fundraising Wine Tasting & Light

Be part of a wonderful experiment to prove whether or not lighting conditions influence our perception of wine. We will taste a range of Italian sparkling wines and see if changing the lighting alters our experience of them. This exclusive event is hosted in the prestigious Fe...

Cost
£25
Start date
Thu 8 Oct, 2015 - 8:00pm
Posted
about 4 years ago

Romsey Art Festival: Masquerade Fundraiser

Romsey Art Festival and Eastside Creates

A real treat for all art lovers!  An evening of short films from last year's festival, poetry, live music, art auction and much more at the wonderful venue: Box Cafe! The funds raised from this event will go towards costs related to organising the festival - e.g. printing, ar...

Cost
£5
Start date
Sat 10 Oct, 2015 - 4:43am
Posted
about 4 years ago

North West Cambridge Development: Artists in Residence Talk 2015 at the Festival of Ideas

Managed and curated by the Contemporary Art Society and InSite Arts, the Habitation Artist Residency Programme forms the backbone of the public art strategy for the North West Cambridge Development. The artists are the first inhabitants of the site and participate in research ...

Cost
Free, but booking is essential
Start date
Tue 20 Oct, 2015 - 9:00am
Posted
about 4 years ago
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