EMACT Sixth Form Study Day

EMACT Sixth Form Study Day

Wednesday 6th February 2019 Nottingham High School 10:30   Welcome and Introduction             Introductory Lecture:             The World of the Hero, Dr Naoise Mac Sweeney, University of Leicester 11:30   Refreshments 12:00   Seminar Session 1. Choose from the following options: 1A 1B 1C 1D Cicero: Philippic II   Greek Art Greek Theatre Tacitus: Annals […]

UCL Classical Play 2019: Oedipus Rex

UCL Classical Play 2019: Oedipus Rex

New of UCL’s 2019 Classical Play… The UCL Greek and Latin Department and the Bloomsbury Theatre present the Classical Play for 2019: Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex. Gripped by plague, the citizens of Thebes petition their king, Oedipus, to purify a divine pollution and appease the gods. Yet as he works to uncover the mysteries of a […]

2019 Latin Spelling Bee

2019 Latin Spelling Bee

News of this year’s Spelling Bee! If you are interested in reviving the renowned story of Caecilius and igniting students’ spirit for Latin and Classics… Then take part for the the 3rd Annual Latin Spelling bee where all schools come together in an event of full of surprises and prizes from eminent classics authors and […]

KCL Greek Play 2019: Antigone

KCL Greek Play 2019: Antigone

KCL brings Sophocles thrilling exploration of resistance and responsibility to life in a daring new production. Ancient questions are re-framed for the twenty-first century: when personal values clash with the government, is duty to your beliefs or to the sanctity of the law more important? How acceptable is civil disobedience against an unchecked power? These […]

Free Public Classics Lecture Series by Professor Edith Hall at Gresham College

Free Public Classics Lecture Series by Professor Edith Hall at Gresham College

News of free public classics lecture series by Professor Edith Hall. The first lecture is on 29 November and all are live-streamed online as well as free to attend in person.   Thursday 29 November 2018, 1 pm at Barnard’s Inn Hall, London The Theatre of Dionysus https://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/theatre-dionysus Medea, Antigone, Oedipus and Lysistrata – these […]

Herodotus: The Father of History, The Father of Non-Fiction, a Talk by Tom Holland

Herodotus: The Father of History, The Father of Non-Fiction, a Talk by Tom Holland

Herodotus: The Father of History, The Father of Non-Fiction with Historian, Broadcaster, Best Selling Author of Rubicon and Dynasty Tom Holland Thursday 4th April, 7pm AKS, Main Entrance, Clifton Drive South, Lytham St Annes FY8 1DT Lectures 7 – 8pm   Doors open at 6.15pm   Lytham St Annes Classical Association 2018-19 Lecture Programme lsaclassics@gmail.com    Membership […]

The Secrets of Ancient Greek Music, a Talk by Professor Armand D’Angour

The Secrets of Ancient Greek Music, a Talk by Professor Armand D’Angour

The Secrets of Ancient Greek Music with Associate Professor in Classical Languages and Literature, Jesus College, University of Oxford Professor Armand D’Angour Thursday 7th February, 7pm AKS, Main Entrance, Clifton Drive South, Lytham St Annes FY8 1DT Lectures 7 – 8pm   Doors open at 6.15pm   Lytham St Annes Classical Association 2018-19 Lecture Programme lsaclassics@gmail.com […]