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Jonathan will be joined by Roland Gallery and Evelyn Nallen for “Songs for Cecilia” – a lunchtime recital at Great St Mary’s, the Cambridge University Church.

Graham Greene Film Review Prize Launched at 2019 International Festival

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Graham Greene is primarily known today as the novelist who penned such classics as Brighton Rock and Our Man in Havana.

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Graham Greene International Festival 2019: ‘Reflections on Greene’

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The 21st Graham Greene International Festival will be held in Berkhamsted from Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd September this year.

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Histories of the Heart – Jonathan Steffen, Roland Gallery, Evelyn Nallen

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The Round Church, Cambridge, Friday 21st June, doors open 7:00 p.m., concert starts at 7:30 p.m.

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The Moonlight Mandolin Orchestra with Daniela Rossi

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Festival Theatre, Cambridge Buddhist Centre, Saturday 23rd March 2019, doors open 7:30 p.m., concert starts at 8:00 p.m.

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Cambridge Publishing Society Networking Event, Thur 22nd Nov

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Cambridge Publishing Society has the pleasure of inviting you to a networking event on Thursday 22nd November, 18:30–20:30, in The Tram Depot, Dover Street, Cambridge, CB1 1DY.

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Graham Greene International Festival to celebrate 20th anniversary

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The Graham Greene International Festival is to celebrate its 20th anniversary on September 20‒23 this year.

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19th Graham Greene International Festival 2017

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From its portrayal of razor gangs in 1930s Brighton to its depiction of the machinations of the CIA in 1950s Indochina, the work of the British novelist Graham Greene remains not only chillingly accurate but also enduringly relevant. Swap acid for cutthroat razors and the Middle East for the Far East, and Greene might almost be talking about our own times.

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The Loves of Mars and Venus:Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the birth of modern ballet, performed at Drury Lane Theatre in 1717

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Dance is arguably the most ephemeral of art forms, eternally of the moment and impossible to capture in its totality. From the late 19th century, it became possible to document it in photographs, and from the 20th century in film, but even footage of Rudolf Nureyev, Josephine Baker or Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers in their pomp cannot quite render of power and brilliance that must have blazed forth from their every step when they danced live.

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POSTPONED until further notice – “All of Your Daybreaks”

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, “All of Your Daybreaks” at Cambridge Polo Club has been postponed until further notice. Please check back soon for more information.    An Evening of Poetry and Song with Jonathan Steffen and Friends Cambridge Polo Club, Saturday 2nd September, 7:30 p.m. Doors open 7:00 p.m.   Following on from the “Saddle and Ride” concert of January […]

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