What’s On Week 4
We’re halfway through term, and the culture tree continues to bear delicious fruit. Sample it for yourself…
Little Eagles, ADC, 7.45pm, Tues 11th – Sat 15th Feb, £10/8
The untold story of the Soviet Space Race comes to the ADC – epic, dramatic and enthralling.
Mr and Mrs Sparks and the Emperor’s Panda, Corpus Playroom, 9.30pm, Tues 11th – Sat 15th Feb, £6/5
A surreal musical adventure about pandas, blog posts and mythical beasts. Get down to Corpus Playroom to see how this makes sense.
Much Ado About Nothing, Saturday 8th February, Christs Films, 7pm & 10pm
Get into the Valentine’s spirit a bit early with Joss Whedon’s modern-day (yet black-and-white) retelling of the Shakespeare comedy classic (or use this as revision for Part I’s Shakespeare paper).
The Master, Sunday 9th February, Arts Picturehouse, 3.15pm
Honour the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman with a special screening of this Paul Thomas Anderson-directed masterpiece that shows Hoffman at his best.
Saving Mr. Banks, Sunday 9th February, St John’s Picturehouse, 7pm & 10pm
Lent term making you feel too much like a grown-up? Treat yourself to a viewing of this film about Walt Disney’s journey to bringing Mary Poppins to the big screen. What makes it even better is that it stars Tom Hanks. Tom Hanks!
Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, Tues 11th Feb, 7.30pm, Corn Exchange, £32
Like Fleetwood Mac, but not. Still £32. It’s a slow week.
OTHER CULTURAL HAPPENINGS
Love Art After Dark, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Wednesday 12th February, 6.30pm
Get your black tie on for a sophisticated evening of champagne, art, music and workshops. Stuck for RAG blind date ideas? Reveal your cultured soul at the Fitzwilliam – who could resist?
Queens’ Arts Festival, Queens’ College Old Hall, Saturday 8th February, 7pm
Get creative this week at Queens’ Arts Festival, an event which promises hidden rooms of film, DIY photography and unexpected surprises. This is no ordinary exhibition!