MEMBERS EVENTS

Quiz Night

Chapters Restaurant

22 Feb 17 19.00 - 21.00

£5.50 per person. Members may bring non-member guests to this event.

Come and test your knowledge against the best and the rest!
Make up a team of 4 or come on your own and join others on the night.
Book early to secure your place. Wine and nibbles include.

South African Panorama

Chris Parfitt
Chapters Restaurant

15 Mar 17 19.00 - 20.30

Tickets £12.50. Members may bring non-member guests to this event

Chris will cover various aspects of South African life including the flowers, wildlife, cities, countryside, the racial situation and Robben Island with reference to Mandela.

Ticket includes South African themed buffet meal.

Votes for Women: The Ipswich Women’s Campaign

Joy Bounds
Birkbeck Room

28 Mar 17 14.00-015.00

Tickets £3.50. Members may bring non-member guests to this event.

Most people know how hard women fought for the right to vote in the early 1900s. But as well as the big London actions, women also conducted campaigns in their home towns.
In this illustrated talk, we hear the story of the Ipswich women, including how some spent a night in the Old Museum Rooms, and ended up in prison.

Army Wives

Midge Gillies
Chapters Restaurant

29 Mar 17 19.00 - 20.30

tickets £3.50. Members may bring non-member guest to this event.

From the Crimea to Afghanistan – the real lives of the women behind the men in uniform. A welcome return to the Institute of Ms Gillies, author of 'Army Wives' who describes how women, over the centuries, survived separation, injury and death by forging friendships that lasted into peacetime

PUBLIC EVENTS

A Morning with Federico

Catherine Dell

Birkbeck Room, Tavern Street

11 Mar 17 9.30 - 12.30

Cost: Members £14.50
Non-members £16.00

Assassinated at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War,
Federico García Lorca (1898-1936) is today recognised as one of modern literature’s great creative spirits.

This seminar explores Lorca’s life, examines his poetry (not the plays), looks at the challenge of translation, and ends with a close-reading of Romance sonámbulo/ Sleepwalking ballad – Memorable for its enigmatic refrain ‘Verde que te quiero verde/Green I love you green’.
Bi-lingual texts of all the poems studied will be available.


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