Sevenoaks Academic Enrichment present
How to Make an Apple Pie from Scratch: In Search of the Recipe for our Universe: A Talk by Harry Cliff
Thursday 7 October
Pamoja Hall 6.15pm
Tickets are Free but should be booked Book Tickets
We look forward to hearing from Dr Harry Cliff, Particle Physicist at the University of Cambridge and curator at the Science Museum, London, this October.
Dr Cliff will speak on the origins of atoms and the Big Bang in his talk 'How to Make an Apple Pie from Scratch: In Search of the Recipe for Our Universe'.
This takes place in the Pamoja Hall, 6.15pm-7.15pm, followed by refreshments in The Space foyer and a book signing in partnership with Sevenoaks Bookshop.
Sevenoaks School Theatre Company presents
Monday 11 to Thursday 14 October 7.00pm
Friday 15 and Saturday 16 October 7.30pm
Tickets free but should be booked Here
The Sackville Theatre turns 40 this year, and we are celebrating with our own adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel of Jazz Age America, The Great Gatsby, culminating in a special Gala Performance on October 16.
Over forty students from Year 11, and the Lower and Upper Sixth have been exploring the book and working on the production since last year, despite the constraints of year group bubbles and remote learning.
Remaining faithful to the novel and its ‘romantic modernism’, Gatsby presents Fitzgerald’s critique of the American Dream and the dangers of a society which fails to acknowledge it is determined by wealth and class.
Sevenoaks Welcomes Refugees present
The Annual Concert Fundraiser
Saturday 23 October
Tickets £15 Full & £5 Child plus a range of Family and Carer tickets
The annual concert fundraiser for Sevenoaks Welcomes Refugees will be in the magnificent Pamoja Hall, part of The Space Performing Arts Centre at Sevenoaks School.
The headline act is the internationally acclaimed Elektra Violin Duo. Hazel Ross and Lizz Lipscombe bring music of every genre to all and break down any barriers and preconceptions in classical music with a truly unique show that has taken them all over the world, combining musical virtuosity with personality, humour and joy.
Concert-goers will also be joined by classical guitarist, Ayman Jarjour. Ayman returns to Sevenoaks with a varied programme including Classical, Spanish, Latin, Modern and Syrian music. An outstandingly accomplished guitarist, Ayman will be performing live and will also talk about his work teaching the guitar to refugee children in Lebanon.
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