Isn’t second week awful!? What with essays, hangovers, and diminishing bank accounts, the Oxford mire is ever increasing. To help navigate you through the shit, VERSA is introducing the ‘The Humbug’, our highlights of the week past, and picks of the week to come. So, here we go…
THEATRE – Copenhagen/Michael Pilch Studio/ Wednesday-Saturday, 7:30/ £7
Darkly comic, shocking, and poignant in turn, ‘Copenhagen’ is Michael Frayn’s masterpiece exploration, set in the afterlife, of what drives us to do what we do, and what might happen if we could take it back.
TALK – Malcolm Rifkind/ All Souls, Old Library/ Tuesday, 8:30-10:00pm
Former Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee; former Defence Secretary and Foreign Secretary on:
Putin’s Russia: A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma?
CONCERT – Shumann/ Phoenix Piano Trio/ Holywell Music Room/ Thursday, 5:30pm/ £12
As part of the world renowned Oxford Leider Festival, the Phoenix Piano Trio will perform Shumann on the 160th anniversary of his death.
NIGHT OUT – GLUE/ Cellar/ Thursday/ £3 before midnight (with name on the wall) or £5 OTD
Lively, disco vibe – not only #edgy but also #ethical, with all surplus profit going to OxHop, the Oxford homelessness charity.
SOUL-SELLING (Networking) – UBS Female Dinner/ OxWiB, QUOD/ Wednesday, 6pm
Dinner with UBS in Oxford on Wednesday is an opportunity to meet with female leaders from across the company.
DID IT FOR THE LIKES
Highs and lows of the Oxford Bubble #week1
OVERHEARD AT OXFORD
FUCKUGLY BUILDING OF THE WEEK
ME AND MY IMPORTANT THOUGHTS
According to CherStu…
‘Abstention is not an act of moral courage: it is the socially acceptable way of neglecting your duty as a democratic citizen’ – On the American Election
The Most ‘Oxford’ Moment of the Week: