The invisible world of life – a talk by Pascale Cossart

Amphitheatre Marie Curie 1 rue Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris

EVENT CANCELLED with apologies from the Cambridge Society of Paris PROFESSOR PASCALE COSSART  The invisible world of life (bacteria, fungi, archaea…and viruses) Or A trip in the country of microbes: a lot of friends, few enemies! Monday 9th May 2022 Amphithéâtre Marie Curie 11/13 rue Pierre et Marie Curie 75005 Paris

10.00€ – 20.00€

Presentation by Solange Manche and Annual General Meeting

Maison de la Vie Associative et Citoyenne du VIIe 4 rue Amélie, Paris

Solange Manche, a beneficiary of the Trevor Brown Bursary in 2020 to support her change year at the Ecole Normale Supérieur, will give a presentation on "Finance’s Phineas Gage: Thinking Financialization and Subject Formation with Contemporary French Thought". In this talk, Solange will present how the thought of Stiegler, Malabou, and Lordon can shed a

Free

Commemoration and Thanksgiving For Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

St George's Anglican Church 7 rue Auguste Vacquerie, Paris

The Rev’d Mark Osborne, Rector of St George’s, Paris Has the pleasure of inviting the members of the Cambridge Society of Paris to a service of Choral Evensong of Commemoration and Thanksgiving For Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II In the presence of the Ambassador of the United Kingdom Her Excellency Dame Menna Rawlings Saturday

Freshers’ Welcome drinks

Fondation Goodplanet 1, Carrefour de Longchamp, Bois de Boulogne, Paris

The Cambridge Society of Paris is again taking part in the University’s world-wide program of events for those students who have recently been successful in gaining a place at Cambridge, whether as an Undergraduate or a Graduate. The aim is to give them an opportunity to meet other new students coming from France and to

Free

INVITATION FROM THE ENGLISH SPEAKING UNION

Senat 15ter rue de Vaugirard, Paris

Dear Friends, We are delighted  to confirm our dinner-debate with: Professor Vernon Bogdanor It is a great privilege to welcome the outstanding Professor of Government at King’s College London, formerly Professor of Government at Oxford University. After publishing books which include Beyond Brexit: Towards a British Constitution, in 2019, and Britain and Europe in a

Monthly Entrepreneur Mixer

Frog & British Library 114 Avenue de France, Paris

CAMentrepreneurs in Paris Get involved! Dear Entrepreneurs, Following the launch of CAMentrepreneurs in Paris on Tuesday 18th October at La Felicita, we are delighted to announce that we will be henceforth running a monthly entrepreneur mixer. The launch was a brilliant success, drawing together both aspiring entrepreneurs as well as those deeply embedded within the ecosystem

Casual Debate while Dining in Paris

Carmine Café 73 Avenue Suffren, Paris

On Wednesday 23rd of November we invite you to join our first “Casual debate while dining in Paris” event. For 35€ you can enjoy a lovely two-course dinner + wine in the company of fellow Cambridge Alumni from 7pm onwards at the Carmine Café. A casual debate will be organised with details provided closer to

35.00€

The Wells Consort – Christmas Music in the Heart of Paris

Eglise St-Denys-du-St-Sacrement 68bis rue de Turenne, Paris

The Wells Consort emerged from the English Cathedral Choir of Paris, with its unique repertoire of music sung in England's prestigious cathedrals and colleges. They'll be singing carols and other festive music for the Christmas season in the heart of the trendy Marais quarter, conducted by Christopher Wells. Christopher Wells is a member of the

Carols at the Travellers

The Travellers Club 25 avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris

This event is fully subscribed - a waiting list is in place and you can add your name using the ticket section below - please apply for only one waiting list place even if you would like to bring a guest. The attendee details will ask for the number of tickets wanted (maximum 2) and

Free – 20.00€

DINNER FOR THE NEW YEAR WITH MILES YOUNG, WARDEN OF NEW COLLEGE

L'Alsace 39 avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris

"Through a spoon darkly" Thoughts for a New Year from Warden Miles Young   Miles Young read history at New College from 1973 to 1976. After a business career in advertising and marketing , spent largely in China and North America with Ogilvy and Mather, Miles returned to Oxford in 2016 as Warden of New College. He

UK Alumni Network in Paris – Monthly Drinks

The Bombardier 2 Place du Panthéon, Paris

The UK Alumni Network in Paris will meet for the give you the opportunity to meet other UK and Irish graduates in Paris. These gatherings take place on the fourth Thursday each month, during the Pub's "Happy Hour" from 7pm to 8:30pm. Please find below the dates and locations for the UKAN pub events in