Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association The BMCA is holding two events this half term. 26-30 September: Black Classicists: from Ostracism to Scholarship This exhibition, curated by Professor M.V. Ronnick in […]

Tristan Hughes 29 September 2022, 7pm Alexander the Great is Dead! What Happened Next? Calling all lovers of ancient history! Tristan Hughes, producer and present at History Hit, and host of The Ancients podcast […]

Rescuing Socrates

Event available livestream or in person in Liverpool 'Rescuing Socrates' describes how Plato, Augustine, Freud, and Gandhi had a profound impact on the life of @rooseveltmontas, once a teenage immigrant from […]

Cassandra

Omnibus Theatre 1 Clapham Common North Side, London

First published in 1908, Lesia Ukrainka's poetic drama retells the story of the Trojan war, from Cassandra's perspective. Now the play will be performed for the first time in the […]

Investigating the Sounds of Ancient Greek Music

Royal College of Music Prince Consort Road, London
£5 – £10

Thursday 6 October | 19:00-20:15pm | Royal College of Music Classics for All presents an evening of live musical performance, shining a light on the power and beauty of ancient Greek […]

From George Sharpley... Dear you all, Anyone living a short chariot ride from Camulodunum can come and learn the language of our civilised invaders, the Romans, on Saturday 8th October. […]

Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association The BMCA is holding two events this half term. 26-30 September: Black Classicists: from Ostracism to Scholarship This exhibition, curated by Professor M.V. Ronnick in […]

Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association: Autumn Lecture

Solihull School Warwick Road, Solihull

The BMCA's Autumn lecture will be held on Thursday 13 October 2022, at Solihull School. Dr Elena Guisti (Warwick) will be speaking on 'Black Classicism: terms, methods, and key figures'. […]