TCFAC presents a new exhibition in Trevs Bar. Peter Podmore, one of North East England’s most renowned landscape artists, is exhibiting his work, from Monday 27th April until Friday 22nd May. Everyone is welcome to come and view the art, with paintings available for sale, with JCR members receiving a student discount.
For more information contact Alex Kingdon, Art Rep at firstname.lastname@example.org or see the facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1391025851222550/
Calling all the artists/creative souls of Trevs, the Julian Trevelyan art competition is taking place at the end of Easter term and is looking for entries from you. If you want a fun break from revision then produce a piece in any of the following categories:
Cash prizes are available for each category, so enter for your chance to win. The deadline for entries is the 8th June, so ages of time, including two weeks after exams when you have nothing better to do. If you need any more information contact Alex Kingdon, Art Rep via email@example.com or on Facebook.
Come and audition for HCTC’s open air production of As You Like It! Shakespeare’s famous pastoral tragedy transported to the 1960s, documenting the struggle between Capitalism and Bohemianism in the period. With all you can expect from a Shakespearean comedy: cross dressing, singing, a fool and lots of marriage; all in the fantastic open air setting of Trevelyan quad.
Fancy trying your hand at some acting in the three weeks after exams? Or are you an experienced actor keen to tackle some more? Whether you are a beginner or a veteran come get involved. Anyone can attend the open auditions so come anytime, and you can bring friends!
Tuesday, 28 April (7:30pm – 9:30pm) = PG28
Wednesday, 29 April (7:30pm – 9:30pm) = ER204
Callbacks: Friday, 1 May (7:30pm – 9:30pm) = ER206
The second Wallington weekend will be the 8th – 10th of May.
We’ll leave around 6 o’clock on the Friday and return in time for dinner on the Sunday.
We’ll be staying in the bunkhouse again, so we’ll have a kitchen, bathroom etc, but there are no shops close by. Like last time it’ll be £10 for food and some snacks, but if you want more fancy chocolate and alcohol you’ll have to bring it yourself.
I suspect we’ll get to see the rest of the house and Lloyd promised us a visit to the clock tower, so it should be good.
As always we’ll be working outside and probably going on a walk, so fingers crossed for a sunny weekend!
If you want to come, please let Natalie (firstname.lastname@example.org) know before Friday the 1st of May by sending an email with your name and any allergies/dietary requirements you may have.
Just to remind you all that the Coffee Bar in Trevs Bar is open every day from Monday to Friday, 12:30-17:00, and sells a wide range of hot and cold drinks and snacks to keep you going through the long hours of revision! We’ll be expanding our range very soon, so keep an eye on the Trevs Bar Facebook page and Twitter feed!
Where: Trevs Bar
This Tuesday the Hatfield Inter-MCR formal: Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter Dinner Party takes place!
Guests are welcome from 6.00 pm at the Hatfield bar where sparkling wine will be served. The dinner will commence at 7.00 pm. The cost for the dinner will be £13. Wine can be bought before the start of dinner (£6,50). The dress code is formal attire. Gowns are preferred. Yet to be as mad as a hatter, we encourage you to wear your most unique hat.
After dinner, live entertainment will follow by Durham’s premier live Jazz band
Kinky Jeff & The Swingers.
Buffalo mozzarella, tomato and basil salad with pesto (v)
Beef Bourguignon served with thyme roasted new potatoes, broccoli and roasted carrots
Stilton stuffed field mushroom with a roasted tomato sauce, thyme roasted potatoes and roasted Mediterranean vegetables (v)
Chocolate and raspberry bavarois
Port wine with a selection of cheese and biscuits
What: Hatfield Inter-MCR formal: Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter Dinner Party
When: 6.00pm (sparkling wine reception), dinner from 7.00pm.
Where: Hatfield College
Dress code: formal attire, gowns preferred and to be as mad as a hatter, we encourage you to wear your most unique hat.
We are all invited to the Hill Colleges West Research Forum in the Lindisfarne Centre, St Aidan’s College this Saturday (25th of April). Poster presentations start at 7:00pm and the talks start at 7:30pm. Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be provided. Come along to hear some interesting talks and find out about the research of fellow postgrads (one of them your very own vice president Natalie Allum)! Here you can find the schedule and the abstract booklet:
What: Hill Colleges West Research Forum
Where: Lindisfarne Centre, St Aidan’s College
The Trevs yearbook is created every year by and for JCR and MCR members and will be a great reminder of your time at Trevs. Many JCR members have already created a profile, voted in various polls and uploaded photos to event pages. It would be great to get as many MCR members as possible involved as well. So please sign up to yearbookmachine (which is really easy, see below) and get started! The deadline for entries is 23 April.
Click on ‘log in’, then on ‘sign up now’ under new user.
Enter keyword: analyses20
Join without using facebook – you must use your Durham email address!
Tonight at 8pm the bar opens for the first time again after the holidays. So come down and catch up with friends over a drink!
The Bhopal disaster was the worst industrial disaster of all time. In marking 30 years since, Durham Town Hall will be playing host to an exhibition from the 2nd to the 22nd of April titled: “Remembering Bhopal: 30 years of struggle for justice and life with dignity”.
The exhibition will feature photos taken by the award winning Magnum photographer Raghu Rai, highlighting 30 years of unimaginable suffering, an injustice never righted, crimes unpunished, and a community that most of the world has forgotten.
Free entrance for all. Open everyday from 9 AM – 5 PM.
Events page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1623023851262604/
What: A photo-exhibition ‘Remembering Bhopal’
Venue: Durham Town Hall, Market Place, Durham
Date: 2nd-22nd April 2015