This event will be going on in the Buttery Dining, Monday to Friday Lunch next week, 7-11th March inclusive. The menu is attached.
Played by the RED ROCK CEILIDH BAND
Monday 7 March. Starts 8.00pm.
Emmanuel URC Church, Trumpington Street.
Interesting scientifical dances.
Called by our very own… Robin Fairey, Paul Martin, Stephanie Oliver and Ed Emery.
TICKETS: £7 / Students and concessions £4
Details:Annual Science Festival ceilidh dance staged by the Red Rock Ceilidh Band.We have designed special science-themed dances – Newton’s Cradle,Wave-Particle Duality in 6/8 Time, the Very Large Hadron Collider etc.Our caller explains the dances and you do the dancing. Lots of fun.Suitable for all ages.
For those of you who have not yet participated in my social cognition study: “Adopting Other’s Perspective”, I am still looking for volunteers willing to take part in this Psychology study. The study will involve playing a computer game that requires taking into account what another person can see or hear. It will take approximately 25-30 minutes and you will be paid £4 in compensation for your time.
No hearing impairment
Normal or corrected-to normal vision
No current or historical diagnosis of any neurological or psychiatric conditions.
Testing takes place in room 103 of the Psychology Department on the Downing Site.
For more information or to sign up, please contact me, Idalmis: email@example.com
In preparation for our forthcoming summer residential seminars for undergraduate and postgraduate students coming from Asia, we still have a number of paid vacancies available and we are currently looking for the University members who would be interested in assisting these seminars. For more information about the seminar, please refer to http://en.cudc.info.
‘Couldn’t you see he’s one of them?’
‘No. I saw only him.’
Inspired by Shakespeare’s timeless classic, Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story transports the star-crossed lovers to the urban slums of New York’s West Side in the 1950s.
With soaring melodies, dynamic dances and an arresting message, West Side Story remains a much-loved classic.
DATES: 9th-19th March (Matinees 12th, 17th, 19th March. No performance on the 13th)
TIMES: 19.45 (Matinees 14.30)
LOCATION: ADC Theatre, Cambridge
TICKETS: £14/£11 (Wed 9 £12/£9)
Reserve tickets at the ADC Theatre Box Office or online at: www.adctheatre.com/westsidestory
The SBR alongside with Camfed would like to invite you to a charity event for International Woman’s Day at 7:30 pm on the 8th of March in the Fisher building.7:30 – Dirac Room – Introductory talk7:45 – Dirac Room – Screening of ‘Where the Water Meets the Sky’.8:45 – Fisher Building Foyer – Wine ReceptionCamfed is an international non-profit organization tackling poverty and inequality by supporting marginalized girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change. – See more at:https://camfed.org/#sthash.tfNHfbAw.dpufWe will have a quick introductory talk, in the Dirac Room, from Sarah Winfield who works with Camfed to give us some context of the five countries in which Camfed works. Then we will show a screening (1 hr) of ‘Where the Water Meets the Sky’ – See more at: https://camfed.org/latest-news/films/where-water-meets-sky/Lastly, we will be hosting a wine reception in the fisher building foyer where you will be time to approach members of Camfed with questions.If you wish to make a donation on the night you will be able to charge it to your college bill.
To celebrate Chinese New Year St johns Buttery are hosting an event!