Diary of Events

DATE

TIME

EVENT

LOCATION

Monday 27th May 8.00 pm Vonnegut’! ‘Vonnegut’!

Two plays by Kurt Vonnegut

Who Am I This Time?’ and

The Boy Who Nobody Could Handle’

Ruskin Hall

Emerson College

30th May to

2nd June

To be announced ACETAS Conference

 

Emerson College
Saturday 1st June 7.30pm The Little Mermaid’

a production by Pericles Theatre Group

Emerson College
Sunday 2nd June 11.30am ‘The power of Affirmation’

To be confirmed

Christian Community, Forest Row
Monday 3rd June 8.00 pm The Future is Co-operative’

Talk :with Agamemnon Otero

Foundation Room Emerson College
Tuesday 4th June 7.30 pm

Forum

Sarah Kane

Christian Community

Forest Row

Sun. 9th June

Mon. 10th June

Tues. 11th June

11.30 am ‘The healing spirit of listening and speaking’ Christian Community

Forest Row

Sunday 9th June 7.30pm

ASiS WHITSUN FESTIVAL

Ruskin Hall

Emerson College

Monday 10th June 8.00 pm Bereavement, Life Transitions, the Yearly Cycle and Community’

With Urtzi Cristobal

Foundation Room

Emerson College

Monday10th

June

5.30-6.45 pm AS PART OF ‘CREATIVITY AND WELLBEING WEEK’

Dementia: a medical overview and reality of living with this degenerative disease

Led by Di Jurden

Tobias
Friday 14th June 8.00 pm

Paula Modersohn-Becker –

Learning the Work of Love’

A talk by Deborah Ravetz, art historian

Christian Community

Forest Row

Saturday 22nd June 11.00-17.00

Mid-Summer Festival

Michael Hall School
Saturday 22nd June 19.00 Les Miserables School Edition with Pupils from Classes 9 & 11–tickets are require.

See school website for more information

Michael Hall Theatre
Sunday 23rd June 7.30 pm

ASiS St John’s Festival

Ruskin Hall

Emerson College

Saturday 29th June 07.30 am

Greek Olympics

With all Classes 5

Michael Hall School
Monday 1st July 5.30-6.45 pm Art History & the Evolution of Human Consciousness led by Michael Roberts Tobias
Tuesday 2nd July 7.30 pm

FORUM

Annie Blampied-Radojcin

Christian Community

Forest Row

7th – 12th July History Through Music Course Emerson College
Tuesday 9th July to be confirmed Studio Four Quartets’ by T S Eliot.

(Ticket prices to be confirmed)

With Ashley Ramsden & Flora Pethybridge

As part of the History Through Music course

Red Studio

Emerson College

Monday 15th July 8.00 pm Talk: ‘What Can We Learn from Ancient Forests?’

With Nick Raeside

Foundation Room

Emerson College

Monday 5th August 8.00 pm Rebalancing Society for the Common Good’

Talk: with Martin Large

Foundation Room

Emerson College

Monday 2nd September 8.00 pm Talk: ‘Healing from Within’

With Amelia Lebon

Foundation Room

Emerson College

16th September 8.00 pm Talk: ‘Addiction, Technology and the Evolving Consciousness’

With Lisa Romero

Foundation Room

Emerson College