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Hugh Oldham Lecture: Stephen Wright

Stephen Wright is lecturer in Christian theology and Wesleyan studies at Nazarene Theological College, Manchester. His recent research has centred on photography, modernity, artistic realism, and Christian belief. His talk is entitled: 'Photography, realism, and seeing the world again'.
 
Thursday 25 January 2018 - 4.00pm - 5.00pm, refreshments from 3:45pm
Memorial Hall
Free admission - more information and booking available
here.
 
 

Brahms' Requiem in support of CLIC Sargent

Fundraising performance (in English) involving MGS boys, parents, staff and professional and amateur players and singers from across the Manchester area. Further information for performers here.

Sunday 28 January - 7.30pm
Drinks Reception from 6.30pm
Memorial Hall
Tickets Adults £13, Concessions £11, Students/children £2 available here.

 

Hugh Oldham Lecture: Dr Samantha Newbery

Dr Samantha Newbery is lecturer in Contemporary Intelligence Studies at the University of Salford where she runs an online Masters degree in Terrorism and Security. Her talk is entitled: ‘Methods for Countering Terrorism’.
 
Thursday 1 March 2018 - 4.00pm - 5.00pm, refreshments from 3:45pm
Memorial Hall
Free admission - more information and booking available here.
 
 

Quatuor Danel Concert with Richard Whalley (piano)

Quatuor Danel, the string quartet in residence at Manchester University, will be performing Franck Quartet in D major and Enescu Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 29 (with Richard Whalley).

Friday 9 March 2018 - 7.30pm
Memorial Hall
Tickets £14, £9 concessions, £3 students or free for MGS pupils 
here.

 

Junior School Spring Concert

Music from the Junior School Orchestra, ensembles and choir.
 
Monday 12 March 2018 - 6.00pm
Memorial Hall
Free admission

 

Guitar and Harp Concert

Guitar and harp ensembles and solos from all sections of the school.

Tuesday 20 March - 6.30pm
MGS Theatre
Tickets £5 and £3 available soon

 

MGS Easter Concert - Royal Northern College of Music

A varied programme of instrumental and vocal music, featuring the work of the larger music ensembles of the Senior School.
 
Tuesday 27 March 2018 - 7.30pm, drinks reception from 6.30pm
RNCM
Tickets £6 from RNCM here
 
 

Hugh Oldham Lecture: Dr Andrew Crome

Dr Andrew Crome is lecturer in Early Modern History at Manchester Metropolitan University. His research examines the development of apocalyptic thought in English and American religion from the seventeeth century up to the present day. His talk is entitled: 'Apocalypse When? History, Politics, and The End of the World'.
 
Thursday 3 May 2018 - 4.00pm - 5.00pm, refreshments from 3:45pm
Memorial Hall
Free admission - more information and booking available here.
 
 

Hugh Oldham Lecture: Professor David Clough

Professor David Clough studied at Cambridge, Oxford, Yale and Durham before becoming the Professor of Theological Ethics in the University of Chester. His research interests lie in the questions posed by the juxtaposition of the Christian tradition and the world, and particularly the place of animals in Christian theology and ethics. His talk is entitled: 'Is it Ethical to Eat Factory Farmed Meat?' 
 
Thursday 17 May 2018 - 4.00pm - 5.00pm, refreshments from 3:45pm
MGS Theatre
Free admission - more information and booking available here.