Our Events

4 May Thirsty Opening Night
5 May, 10am Bake Sale for Charity
6 May, 6pm  Be Still sit, contemplate or pray before the Blessed Sacrament
10 May, 11am Dr Matt Bothwell on Astronomy Public Lecture
12 May, 10am Risen, Ascended, Glorified a quiet day of prayer & contemplation
19 May, 7.45pm Film Night Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds & Donald O’Connor have a glorious feeling in this musical in which a silent film production company and cast make a difficult transition to sound. (1952) Join our Film Club or view More Information
20 May, 6pm Be Still sit, contemplate or pray before the Blessed Sacrament
26 May, 10am Friends Textile Workshop

2 June, 10 am Bake Sale for Charity
9 June, 6pm  Commemoration of Benefactors Holy Communion with the Bishop of Ely & Peterhouse Choir Book Dinner Here
14 June, 11am Evelyn Lord on The great plague in Cambridge Public Lecture 
14 June (time tbc) Concert Cambridge University Music Society 
15 June (time tbc) Concert University of Cambridge Concert Band

7 July, 10 am Bake Sale for Charity
21 July Castle Hill Open Day
28 July, 10am Friends Textile Workshop

Thirsty at St Giles' May-August

This summer we welcome Thirsty Cambridge - our local wine merchant to the Gardens at St Giles'. Their mobile bar will usually be open from late afternoon Friday to Sunday in good weather. Find out more about the Friends of St Giles'

Benefactors’ Day with viewing of Architect’s Plans Saturday 9 June

4pm – Plans for the enhancement and updating of the interior on display
Discuss the scheme to create a West Room, provide exhibition space and improve the lighting and heating with the architect and trustees.

6pm – Eucharist with Commemoration of Benefactors
Celebrated by the Bishop of Ely, sung by the Choir of Peterhouse Chapel.

7.30pm – Pre-Dinner Drinks, Tower Room, St Edmund’s College

8pm – Dinner, St Edmund’s College
With beautiful views across the famous Cambridge skyline.
Book Dinner Here

Your Cambridge Heritage Talks Every second Thursday, 11.00am

10 May: Dr Matt Bothwell Astronomy
14 Jun: Evelyn Lord The great plague in Cambridge
12 Jul: College Gardens
August: No meeting

Textiles Workshop Every fourth Saturday, 10.00am

Please contact Margaret Waring for more information, via info@fosgc.org. Places are limited.

St Giles' as a Venue

St Giles' has the facilities to put on large events in the heart of Cambridge at minimum cost. We have a license for the performance of certain music and there is a new data projector and screen available.
It seats up to 200 people (but was designed for several hundred more) and has disabled access. In the past the building has hosted concerts, exhibitions, lectures, art installations and much more. There is also a beautiful garden.

If you have an event you would like to put on at St Giles', please contact us at info@fosgc.org