Considered by many critics, filmmakers, and fans to be the greatest film of all time, this film is a 1941 American mystery drama starring Orson Welles as its producer, co-screenwriter, director and star. This story of a headstrong, American oligarch with political ambitions, and his mysterious last words still resonates today. You do not have to book tickets; we suggest a £5 donation (£3 concessions). Popcorn and other light refreshments will be available.
Starting at 3pm - the 'Historic Tour of Cambridge' will start at Peterhouse, Trumpington Street. This will be followed by free tea and coffee at St. Giles'.
At 6pm there will be the regular Saturday Vigil Eucharist, followed by a Cava reception - fizz and nibbles
At 7.45pm there will be a free Vintage Movie screening of an Orson Wells classic (rated as one of the greatest films ever made.)
All are welcome to some or all of the events above.
This week we welcome the Choir of Fitzwilliam College Chapel.
The service will be followed by a welcoming Cava reception, with fizz and nibbles.
We will be selling delicious home-baked cakes, biscuits, tray bakes, jams and chutneys at St Giles Gate ( inside if wet ) on the first Saturday of each month.
This year we are raising money for four charities. All money taken goes to:
All are warmly invited to a service of readings, hymns and music to celebrate Harvest.
The New Year Coffee House at St. Augustine's returns, with drinks, cakes and live music reminiscient of Vienna in the early 20th century. Relax after the Christmas break, with good company and beguiling music played by Chihiro Ono (violin), and vocal contributions from the St. Augustine's Singers.
Come and enjoy the local Community Carol Service, with traditional lessons and carols, followed by mulled wine and mince pies, and more! Children may like to come dressed as their favourite Nativity character!
Listen to movements from Olivier Messiaen’s monumental 'Vingt regards sur l'enfant-Jésus' played by Philip Mead, together with visual images from the National Gallery introduced by Susanna Avery-Quash, curator.
Share a journey with Richard Footitt from Panama to Guatemala, reflecting on the history of six small countries squeezed between North and South America. Reflect also on what they have in common - beautiful scenery and a rich wildlife for example, but also a bloody past which shapes so much of the present.