Guest speakers are dined before their talks. Anyone wishing to attend the dinner should contact the Regent as soon as possible. The assembly point is the Sheldonian steps, Broad Street, at 6pm.
Wednesday 28th January (2nd week), The Royal Oak, 8pm
Don't forget, Scrabble players earn an extra 50 points for Arthur-related words, be they ever so tenuous.
Wednesday 4th February (3rd week), Collier Room, Regent's
POETRY AND PANCAKE EVENING
Bring your favourite poems and toppings. (I suggest Tennyson with lemon juice to cut the sweetness.)
Wednesday 11th February (4th week) Collier Room, Regent's
Professor Thomas Charles-Edwards, who holds Oxford's Chair of Celtic Studies, speaks on a yet-mysterious topic.
Wednesday 18th February (5th week)
A pilgrimage to a concert, cinema, or theatre event. TBA.
Wednesday 25th February (6th week), Collier Room, Regent's
TOM CLARE, ARTHURIAN NOVELIST
Saturday 28th February (6th week), St Giles' Hall, 7pm
THE CELTIC FESTIVAL
The Celtic Festival is like a Dark Age version of the Banquet. It is a less formal occasion, but no less fun (and no less to drink) and again, costumes should be worn! Stay tuned for details.
Wednesday 4th March (7th week), Collier Room, Regent's Park,
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
S/he who pulls the sword from the stone shall be likewise elected to the COmmittee post they most desire!
Friday 13th to Sunday 15th March (8th week)
WEEKEND PILGRIMAGE TO WALES
We will spend this weekend visiting Arthurian sites in Wales. Details to follow. Would anyone willing to help drive the minibus for this, please contact the committee.