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Emma, 2nd Year

Members' Events

We hold many events for members in College, in the UK and all over the world: lectures, concerts, visits, reunions and much more. Details are below; do come and join us!

Wednesday 12 DEC 2018

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Christmas Carol-themed walking tour of London


We're delighted that Lucinda Hawksley will be taking the Society on a bespoke Christmas Carol-themed walking tour of London. This December will mark the 175th anniversary of the publication of A Christmas Carol so it is a very apt event to run this year! We will take a tour from Holborn, ending up in the City (near Leadenhall Market), and at the conclusion of the tour, we will enjoy a seasonal glass of mulled wine (or ’smoking bishop', as they drink in the book)!

We will meet at 5.45pm before the tour at 6pm; the cost is £15 per person. Numbers are strictly limited to 25, so please book early.

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Friday 11 JAN 2019

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College anniversary drinks in Chicago


On January 11, 2019, members from the American Mid-West are very welcome from 5:30 to 7:30 for drinks to celebrate Emma’s anniversary at the J.W. Marriott, 151 W. Adams (close to Chicago’s Union Station).  

Please register your interest and further details will be sent out before Christmas.

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Monday 28 JAN 2019

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Book Group – Lent Term Meeting

8:00pm – Fellows' Breakfast Room, College

Cambridge has a tradition of academics writing fiction alongside their core work. MR James’ ghost stories are probably what would spring to mind for most people, but the archaeologist Glyn Daniel also indulged, and it is his The Cambridge Murders that we will be discussing on January 28. Published in 1945, it’s a well crafted example of the end of the golden age of detective fiction. The genre would soon be moved on towards the thriller, for instance by Marjory Allingham’s The Tiger in the Smoke (1952). 

While it's largely set in an imaginary college on the Backs, the city and area round it is real and you will have no trouble visualising the characters in situ. But can you beat Sir Richard Cherrington to working out what’s been going on and why?

Come and chat it through over dessert in the lovely setting of the Fellows’ Breakfast Room from 8pm.

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City of London Dinner

The Society are planning a dinner for those who work in or around the City of London early next year.

If you would be interested in attending, please follow the link below.

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Tuesday 12 MAR 2019

Intellectual Property Law Lecture


Saturday 23 MAR 2019

Gathering of Members (2005 - 2007)


Saturday 13 JUL 2019

Donors' Garden Party



Saturday 28 SEP 2019

Gathering of Members (1997-1999)


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