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Public Lectures 2nd Thursday of Month, 11am

Sarah Bendall, 12 October: The History of Emmanuel College

John Mueller, Saturday 21 October: Historic Walking Tour of Cambridge, meet at outside Peterhouse at 3pm)

Peter Jackson, 9 November: TBC

Lynne Broughton 14 December: The Seven Deadly Sins (and a few Lively Virtues)

These talks are held on the second Thursday of each month with the exception of August. They start at 11 am with refreshments provided from 10.30 am.



Vintage Movie Night Saturdays 7.45pm
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21 October Starring Orson Wells in one of the greatest films ever made. Following the death of a publishing tycoon, news reporters scramble to discover the meaning of his final utterance (1941).

18 November Alfred Hitchcock classic, starring James Stewart & Grace Kelly. A wheelchair-bound photographer spies on his neighbours from an apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder (1954).

16 December '17 An angel is sent from Heaven to help a desperately frustrated businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he had never existed. Directed by Frank Capra, starring James Stewart (1946).

20 January '18 An insurance representative lets himself be talked into a murder and fraud scheme that arouses an investigator's suspicions. Written & Directed by Billy Wilder (1944)

17 February Musical, staring Yul Brynner & Deborah Kerr. A widow accepts a job as a governess to the King of Siam's children (1956).

17 March Laurel & Hardy: As a reward for capturing a bank robber, Stan and Ollie get scholarship to Oxford, but are met with resentment by other students (1940).

21 April Starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush & Helena Bonham Carter. The story of King George’s sudden ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped him overcome his stammer and childhood trauma. (2010)

19 May 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)



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