Christmas at Clare Hall
Dates for your diary this festive season…
Friday 3 December, 8pm
Winter Cocktail Night
The Anthony Low Building (ALB) bar presents its monthly cocktail evening, with a wintry twist.
Saturday 4 December, 6pm onwards
Enjoy a Secret Santa gift exchange; mince pies and mulled wine; a Student Christmas Formal in the Dining Hall; a Christmas Ball with live music from Fitz Swing, and/or an End-of-Term Bridgemas Party in the ALB.
Sunday 5 December, 6pm
Board games, music and kids’ drinks at the student bar.
Tuesday 7 December, 8pm
Enjoy a discussion on Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns (2007).
Thursday 9 December, 8pm
Christmas Pub Quiz
Prove your trivia knowledge and win prizes in the student bar’s Pub Quiz.
Friday 10 December, 5.30pm
Everyone is warmly welcome.
Until Friday 10 December
To Ithaka: paintings, drawings and pastels by Mark Cazalet
Catch this beautiful, vibrant exhibition around Main Site.
Saturday 11 December, 7.30pm
Classical accordion concert by Ben de Souza
Join Ben de Souza as he embarks on a journey of discovery through the many voices of the classical accordion, encompassing original
and transcription repertoire from Scandinavia, Russia, America, England and Italy.
Sunday 19 December, 6pm
Traditional Christmas Concert
Further to the news of the rise of the Omicron variant, and the government’s decision to enact ‘Plan B’, Clare Hall has taken the decision to cancel this event.
Our first concert of 2022
Saturday 8 January, 7.30pm
Fitzwilliam String Quartet — Four Centuries, Four Players
Join us for Fitzwilliam String Quartet’s much-anticipated inaugural performance as Quartet-in-Residence at Clare Hall.
The College strongly encourages attendees to take a Lateral Flow Test prior to any event, and to wear a face covering in line with government guidelines.
Explore more events from Clare Hall via https://www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/events
Pop over to the Porters’ Lodge to purchase this year’s Clare Hall Christmas cards. They feature a painting by Roelandt Savery. The cards are £5 for a pack of 5.