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Week 1

Thursday 17th October - 19:00-22:00, The Royal Blenheim

Welcome Back & Pub Quiz

Kick off this year with a pint and a pub quiz that makes you yearn for more. Old and new faces alike are welcome!

Week 2

Wednesday 23rd October - 18:00-22:00, Trinity College

1956 Memorial

Let us preserve the cherished memory of Hungary’s fight for freedom in every corner of the world. Watch the short film ‘Partisans’ and play some board games with us.

Week 3

Wednesday 30th October - 19:00-21:00, Merton College

Formal Dinner

Join us for a formal dinner in Merton College and then have a drink in their peerless bar.

Week 4

Friday 8 November - 20:00-22:00, Wolfson College

Guest speaker - László Stachó

László Stachó is a musicologist, psychologist and musician, currently at the Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest, and at the University of Szeged. He’ll be talking about Kodály building a cultural empire through political systems.

Week 5

Saturday 16 November - 20:00-00:15, St Giles Church Parish Rooms

Lángos & Láger

This year Lángos & Läger returns in its well-beloved form! Join us for some Hungarian beer(-pong) and food speciality at our flagship event.

Week 6

Friday 22nd November, 20:00-22:00, Wolfson College

Guest Speaker - Emese Végh

Ms Emese Végh is a DPhil candidate in Archaeological Science at the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford. Join us for her talk, titled ‘The Burning Question in Forensic Science: Can we mask signs of decomposition by burning the body?’

Week 7

Friday 29 November, 19:00, Magdalen College, Daubeny Laboratory

Film Screening

Come and watch with us the widely acclaimed movie, ‘The Whisky Robber’ about an infamous incident from Hungary’s near past.

Week 8

Thursday 5 December, 19:00, Magdalen College, Oscar Wilde Room

Oxmas

End the term with us playing Secret Santa in the company of a glass of mulled wine in anticipation of Christmas.

 

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