Sunday 19th April @ 10:00 am - Sunday 26th April @ 5:00 pm
Tue, 31st Mar, 2015
An exhibition of reverse oil paintings on glass by Melanie Hodge Opening Evening, 18 April 2015, 6pm. All welcome. Introduced to the Croatian Naive tradition of reverse oil painting on glass by today’s Naive Masters, British-American artist, Melanie Hodge has taken this unique and little known technique and made it completely her own, transforming plain, […]
In 2014, the American Christian apologist W.L. Craig set out his eight reasons for belief in God in the bi-monthly magazine Philosophy Now, issue 99. In this talk, the validity of these eight reasons will be critically examined by atheist Norman Bacrac. Also assessed will be the morality of a God who seems to require us to have the logically impossible faculty of libertarianfree will.
A rehearsed reading of a new play loosely based on the Rochester Rappers, written by Anne-Sophie Marie. In the years preceding the American Civil War, a young spiritualist medium struggles with her profession, her beliefs and her powers. Margaret and her two sisters earn a living through séances, passing for the real thing by using various […]
The Lingua Diversa Group was founded by Esther and Lucio in 2002. They run lunchtime and evening courses from beginner to advanced level in Spanish, Italian, French, German and Brazilian-Portuguese. The next term will start week beginning 20 April and last for 10 consecutive weeks.
Charlie Klendjian is a commercial lawyer and the Secretary of the Lawyers’ Secular Society. The LSS is a group of lawyers, law students and legal professionals, both religious and non-religious, which campaigns for state neutrality towards religion and equality before the law for people of all faiths and none.
In David Herbert’s presentation, psychology looks at a Shakespearean character’s view of the world, seen through seven stages, from mewling infant to second childhood, with all the testing stages in-between.
‘Sex work’ is work. Prostitution is violence against women. These two sentences encapsulate the polarised and often bitter feminist debate over the buying and selling of sex. So what can the two sides agree on?