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Saturday 21st September 1:45pm outside the SU (gates open at 1pm) BGU’s Open Air Cinema for BGU Students Admittance is for BGU Students only and is free of charge.Find out more »
Robert Grosseteste Lecture 2019: What’s it all for? Grosseteste on the liberal arts and education, then and now.
For this year's Robert Grosseteste Lecture Bishop David Thomson, FSA, FRHistS, FRSA will give a lecture addressing one of Robert Grosseteste’s earliest treatises on the Liberal Arts. Entry is free of charge however; you must book tickets beforehand to guarantee entry and a seat at https://robertgrossetestelecture2019.eventbrite.co.uk The lecture will be taking place at 4pm on Wednesday 9th October 2019 Robert Hardy Building Lecture Theatre with light refreshments to follow. RSVP's are encouraged by Wednesday 2nd October. Book early to avoid…Find out more »
Following our sell-out Christmas Extravaganza last year, we’re back again! Meet Santa in his Grotto! Receive a gift from Santa and his helping ELF! Post your letters to Santa in the North Pole! Watch our fun Christmassy Puppet Shows! Be amazed by our Magic Show! Learn how to juggle and much more in our Circus Workshop! Get your face painted for just a £1 donation to the Foundation Fund! Get colouring at our Christmassy Colouring Table! Plus Free Parking! (subject…Find out more »
Professor Nicholas Canny proposes to set the seventeenth century English Puritan migration to Massachusetts in a wider context than is usually taken into account. Nicholas will argue that it was the perceived success of the Iberians both in the Americas, and in the wider world; that spurred the Dutch, the French and the English to emulate what the Spanish and Portuguese had achieved or attempted. Programme: 4pm: Arrival and Registration for those that have booked refreshments 4pm-4:55pm: Arrival and…Find out more »