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ALSS Events

Upcoming events within the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences.


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Monday 22 May


Ecuador Night

Coslett Common Room - Cambridge Campus

6.00 – 8.00pm

Join iCafé for Ecuador Night on Monday, 22nd May! Come and learn all about Ecuadorean life and culture and try some authentic "chifles con queso".

All International /European students welcome


FREE Event

Wednesday 24 May

Cambridgeshire Junior Lawyers Division

Employability in the
Legal Sector

(Off Campus) Cambridge Wine Merchants University Centre Bar by Millpond


How to begin, forge and progress your career in Law.
- Interview tips.
- Decisions on Practice Area.
- London vs Regional

With snacks and wine

All Students / Staff / General Public

£2 for all student members, £4 for all non-student members

Wednesday 24 May


BA (Hons) Graduate &

MA Interim Fashion

Show Model Casting

RUS 020

2.00 – 5.00pm

Female & Male Models Wanted for the BA (Hons) Graduate & MA Interim Fashion Show on 14 June, 2017.

Female Model Requirements: Dress Size 6 - 12, Minimum Height 5ft7"

Male Model Requirements: Size Medium, Minimum Height 6ft


All Students / Staff / General Public



FREE Event

Wednesday 24 May

Cambridgeshire Local
Family Justice Board & Fenners Barristers

Vulnerable Witnesses
in The Family Courts



Cambridge Campus

4.15 – 6.00pm

Speakers / Contributors

Penny Grewcock, Fenners Chambers – Evidence of Vulnerable Witnesses in Family Proceedings

Liz Prosser, Registered Intermediary – Using Intermediaries in the Family Courts

Michael Proctor, Fenners Chambers – Cross-examining Vulnerable  Witnesses – Learning from the Criminal Courts

All Students / Staff / General Public

FREE Event

Please book in advance by contacting Gemma Pask:

Wednesday 24 May

Get into Games 2017 – Industry Talks

COM 109, Compass House

3.30pm – 5.40pm

Get into Games is the pre-event to Brains Eden Gaming Festival and is designed to inspire young people to work in the games industry.

For all info & booking, please click here.

All Students / Staff / General Public


FREE Event


Booking required, Please click here.

Thursday 25 May



Experience from game

devs pioneering with


ARM3 Building, 110 Fulbourn Road, Fulbourn, CB1 9NJ, Cambridge.

9.00am – 4.15pm

After a successful 1st Vulkan DevDay in Cambridge last year, the Khronos UK team is coming back again to Cambridge, and this year, apart from the Vulkan experts talks & demos from the Khronos team, we are having several game studios from across Europe who are coming to the event to talk about their experiences when porting to Vulkan.
The event is going to finish at the annual Cambridge Beer Festival, where a Khronos marquee is available for developer networking, Q&A with the Vulkan experts.

All Students / Staff / General Public


To register to attend (registration is a must), please do so here:


ARM buses will be available from the Cambridge Train St to the ARM3 building. RSVP with email address, so you can guarantee your bus space

Friday 26 & Saturday 27 May

Paul Bunyan

Mumford Theatre


Owing more to Oklahoma than Peter Grimes, Britten’s first musical theatre work, the operetta Paul Bunyan, was written during the early years of his self-imposed exile to America in 1941.

In the operetta, the story of the mythical Paul Bunyan is presented as a metaphor for the human struggles of the emerging New World and the personal struggles of the central character Johnny Inkslinger. In this sense, the opera foreshadows many of the themes of Britten’s later works concerned with a search for identity.


All Students / Staff / General Public

Contact:  Mumford Theatre Box Office

01223 352932 (ext 2320)


£12.00 (£8.00 concessions, £5.00 students and children)


Monday 29 May


Cream Tea and Croquet afternoon

OFF Campus:

236 Hills Road


On 29th May (Bank Holiday Monday), we will be having an iCafé Cream Tea and Croquet afternoon at 236 Hills Road! More details to follow.

All International /European students welcome


FREE Event

Wednesday 31 May

Big Games Pitch

OFF Campus:

Allia Future Business Centre

Cambridge, CB4 2HY

2.30pm – 6.30pm

At the Big Games Pitch, SMEs that have submitted an application to the Big Games Challenge will be pitching their ideas to sector representatives and users. Registration closes on Wednesday 31 May – why not register?

All Students / Staff / General Public


FREE Event

Friday 2 June

Anglia Law School
Doctoral Students
Seminar 2017

LAB 214

10.00 am – 4.00pm

Doctoral Students within Anglia Law School are invited to present their work in the annual ALS Doctoral Students Seminar.

This seminar will provide a friendly academic environment in which research students can present their research proposals, advancements, field results, findings and benefit from peer constructive criticism. The seminar is an opportunity to improve presentation skills, to get feedback from colleagues, to strengthen the researchers’ community, and to share academic worries and questions in a constructive forum.

Presentations should last about 15 mins.


All Students / Staff


FREE Event

All ALS Doctoral Students are highly encouraged to participate in this annual event. Please book your place by emailing:

Thursday 8 June

CSA Degree Show 2017

Ruskin Gallery / Coslett Courtyard

6.00 – 9.00pm

2017 Degree Show 'The Bee's Knees' will take place in Ruskin Gallery and surrounding studios from 9 - 17 June, with a private view in the evening of Thursday 8 June.

All Students / Staff / General Public


FREE Event

Wednesday 14 June

CSA Fashion Show 2017

The Junction, Cambridge.

6.30pm – 9pm

Our BA (Hons) and MA Fashion Design students showcase their latest collections on the catwalk.

Suitable for ages 16+ due to partial nudity.

Please note this event takes place at Cambridge Junction - bar open from 6.30pm, show starts at 7.30pm.

All Students / Staff / General Public


Wednesday 14 June

The Evolution of
Business in the Digital

LAB 002

10:15am – 12.00pm

High profile leaders in the global technology sector, Russell Poole, Managing Director of Equinix UK and Dean Nelson, Head of Uber Compute, will explore key themes and issues that exist within the data centre industry.

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from thought leaders from two of the most prominent organisations in the global technology sector. This unique event provides high quality content and knowledge to discuss one of the most important sectors that many people rely on for both business and pleasure.

All Students / Staff / General Public



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