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Thursday 11th October, 19:30-21:30, The King's Arms

Pub Quiz

Have a pint and find out if you would get into Oxford if this quiz was your entry test!

Saturday 20th October, 14:00-18:00, Meet in front of Harris Manchester College

Run in the City

Discover Oxford in small teams and solve the puzzles and mysteries at some of the most important locations in our city.

Tuesday 23rd October, 20:00-22:00, St. Peter's College, Miles Room

23 October Memorial

Let's take a break and remember our heroes. Watch 'Uchebnik' a Hungarian short film and play board games with us.

Friday 2nd November, 20:00-22:00, Harris Manchester College, Charles Wellbeloved Room

Film Screening - On Body and Soul

Join us and watch the prize-winning drama from 2017 'On Body and Soul' by Iliko Enyedi - English subtitles. When Endre and Mária discover they share the same dreams - where they meet in a forest as deer and fall in love - they decide to make their dreams come true, but it's more difficult in real life.

Friday 9th November, 20:00-22:00, Keble College, Roy Griffiths Room

George Gomori: Transylvanian Faces

Guest Speaker: George Gomori

George spent six weeks in Romania in 1953 on a Research trip in preparation of a long essay for his University diploma on Jeno Dsida, the leading interwar poet of Transylvania, and visited the region many times ever since, the last time 4 years ago. He would like to discuss his experiences and his contacts and friendships with Hungarian Transylvanian poets, also launching his latest book of poetry in Hungarian, "Erdélyi arcok".

Saturday 10th November, 20:30-23:00, St Giles Church

Lángos & Läger

Join us for some Hungarian beer(pong) with live cooking of food speciality 'lángos' at our brand new flagship event.

Friday 23rd November, 20:00-22:00, St Peter's College, Davies Room

Two Scots working in Hungary - betwen the wars and more recently

Robin McConnachie

How Montagu Norman led the World and rescued the Hungarian currency by supporting the pengő.

How working in Hungary differs from working in the UK and how that felt like compared with working in Romania or Slovakia. Robin has been a civil servant and banker (both investment and central) and now runs a business advising governments on International financial issues. He also advises Oxford Analytica and is associated with the SEESOX programme at St Anthony's College specialising in Central and South Eastern Europe.

8th Week, TBA

Christmas Event

Join us for some mulled wine and hope that your Secret Santa put you on the nice list.

 

 

 

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