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12:30 pm

KCL Classics Lectures for Sixth Formers

3 March @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

A series of lectures for 6th Form pupils by King's College London Academics on aspects relating to Greek Theatre. About this Event 12.30-12.45pm: Welcome and Introduction (Dr James Corke-Webster) 12.45-1.30pm: 'Aspects of the Archaeological and Social Context of Ancient Greek Theatre' (Dr Dan Jolowizc) 1.30-1.45pm: Q&A (Dr Dan Jolowizc) 1.45-2.00pm: Break 2.00-2.45pm: 'Violence in Oedipus, […]

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5:00 pm

Thebes: Forgotten City of Ancient Greece. 

3 March @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

UNIVERSITY OF KENT CLASSICS AND ARCHAEOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURES SPRING TERM 2021  Weds 27th Jan: Prof. Eleanor Dickey (Reading) 'What did people actually do in a Roman school? Weds 3rd Feb: Prof. Martin Carver (York) Remembering the Dead in Byzantine, Islamic and Norman Sicily 3rd-13th century. Weds 24th Feb: Prof. Ruth Webb (Lille) Performance in Late […]

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6:00 pm

An Evening with Mary Beard

3 March @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

On Roman Emperors through a Nineteenth-Century lens. An exclusive evening with Mary Beard speaking on Roman Emperors through a Nineteenth-Century lens. She will be hosted by Classics for All’s Interim Chairman, Jimmy Mulville, who will put your questions to her at the end of the talk. This event is the first of our 2021 online fundraising talks hosted via Zoom Webinar. […]

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7:00 pm

The Spectacular Politics of Theatre | A Talk by Simon Goldhill hosted by The Latin Programme

3 March @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Spectacular Politics of Theatre Date: 3rd March 2021Time: 7-7.50pmVenue: this is an online event. Following ticket purchase, details including a link to access the event will be sent via email. The Lecture How did the ancient Athenians stage their tragedies as a great event for the whole city? What did the festival of drama […]

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