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  • 2017 PROGRAMME JANUARY-APRIL

    Cambridge & Szeged   30th Anniversary Year

    Introducing the programme for the first part of our 30th anniversary year.

     

    February 15th               TALK by George Szirtes – ‘Recent work, Putting events into Verse’. at Anglia Ruskin UniversityARU – LAB 006  at 18.30

     

    March 7th                    Visit by Prof. Laszlo Vecsei – invited by Prof. A Coles – TALK on

                                              ‘Kynurenines and Neurological Disorders: Therapeutic Perspectives’   at Neurosciences Seminar Room on Level 2 of the Ward Block, Addenbrooke’s.   c. 14.00. – (N.B individual permission will be needed from                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Prof. A. Coles to attend this)

     

    March 16th                  FILM by Szabo, ‘The Door’+ introduction TALK by its translator, Len Rix  at ARU  – LAB 003 at 18.30

     

    April 3rd– 7th                     Visit by Prof. George Szonyi (on Erasmus scheme)  teaching  at ARU +

    April 4th                              TALK by Prof. George Szonyi   on Hungarian Art – an often ignored aspect of Modern Art       LAB 027 at 18.30

     

    May  19th-22nd                   Two  local artists, Iona Howard & Rita Morton attend Bridge Fair

     

    June

    July   5th                            MENTÉS MÁSKÉNT Ensemble             at    Sounds Green (Cambridge Summer Music)             Botanical Gardens, Cambridge    18.15-19.00

    July 8/9th                      and again                                                    at  Big Day Out                                                                                    Parker’s Piece, Cambridge             (afternoon)

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