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Some of our finest tutors, a diverse range of engaging topics, and a light supper accompanied by glass, or two, of wine.

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Nobel Prize Winners: Albert Einstein (1921) & Willy Brandt (1971)

125 years ago, on 10 Dec 1896, Swedish inventor and industrialist Alfred Nobel died. Since 1901 that day is commemorated each year by the awarding of five Nobel Prizes in Stockholm and Oslo. 50 years ago, in 1971, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate was the then German Chancellor Willy Brandt for his efforts to normalise relations between West Germany... [More]
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<p>125 years ago, on 10 Dec 1896, Swedish inventor and industrialist Alfred Nobel died. Since 1901 that day is commemorated each year by the awarding of five Nobel Prizes in Stockholm and Oslo. 50

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10 Dec
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<p>125 years ago, on 10 Dec 1896, Swedish inventor and industrialist Alfred Nobel died. Since 1901 that day is commemorated each year by the awarding of five Nobel Prizes in Stockholm and Oslo. 50

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10 Dec

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The Doo-Wop Years: 1953-1963

Doo-Wop was the harmony and feed good music of early Rock and Roll. Sung in groups of four or five, male and/or female, looking for an outside echo and vocal blend. It was begun by urban teens, both Black and White, in the early 1950s. Some of the notable groups were the Marcels, Tokens, Frankie Lymon and the Tennagers, Flamingoes, Dion and the... [More]
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<p>Doo-Wop was the harmony and feed good music of early Rock and Roll. Sung in groups of four or five, male and/or female, looking for an outside echo and vocal blend. It was begun by urban teens,

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04 Feb

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Cultural Treasures of Latin America

Extending from Mexico in the north to Argentina in the south, Latin America is a large region full of diversity, culture, and traditions. It’s known also for the warm hospitality and happiness of its people. Latinos are also famous for the sensuality of their dancing, for their varied and tasty dishes, and traditional and colourful cultural... [More]
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<p>Extending from Mexico in the north to Argentina in the south, Latin America is a large region full of diversity, culture, and traditions. It’s known also for the warm hospitality and happiness of

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11 Feb

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Mikis Theodorakis Delivers Greece

2021 saw 96 year old Greek Composer, Theodorakis pass on. Famous for the score for “Zorba the Greek” he achieved much more through compositions borrowed from poets Pablo Neruda and Brendan Behan to include many film and orchestral scores. Greek Nobel prize winners whose poetry may have otherwise been restricted to a narrow audience were popularised... [More]
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<p>2021 saw 96 year old Greek Composer, Theodorakis pass on. Famous for the score for “Zorba the Greek” he achieved much more through compositions borrowed from poets Pablo Neruda and Brendan Behan to

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18 Feb

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Modernism Architecture in 1930's Palestine

“From the froth of a wave and a cloud I built myself a white city stormy, fluid, beautiful” Naomi Shemer, 1960. Tel Aviv’s ‘White City’ is perhaps the world’s largest collection of 1930’s modernist architecture of angular white cubes with ribbon windows, heavily inspired by the Bauhaus and Le Corbusier. Jerusalem and Haifa have similar examples.... [More]
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<p>“From the froth of a wave and a cloud I built myself a white city stormy, fluid, beautiful” Naomi Shemer, 1960. Tel Aviv’s ‘White City’ is perhaps the world’s largest collection of 1930’s modernist

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25 Feb

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York Through the Ages

In 71 AD, the Roman Ninth Legion identified the natural advantage of the land in between the junction of the rivers Foss and Ouse. The Celts called it Eburacon "'the place where the yew trees grow' or 'the place belonging to Eburos'". Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and the Normans followed in developing York into the magnificent city it is today. We follow... [More]
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<p>In 71 AD, the Roman Ninth Legion identified the natural advantage of the land in between the junction of the rivers Foss and Ouse. The Celts called it Eburacon "'the place where the yew trees grow'

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04 Mar

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Patagonia at a Glance: Discover the Best of the Southern End of the World

Patagonia is an extensive geographical, historical and cultural region located at the end of the world, encompassing the territories of Argentina and Chile. It is an exciting destination for nature lovers. Surrounded by untamed beauty where pristine nature still exists, the region is known for its arid plains, winds, breathtaking mountain vistas,... [More]
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<p>Patagonia is an extensive geographical, historical and cultural region located at the end of the world, encompassing the territories of Argentina and Chile. It is an exciting destination for nature

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11 Mar

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Francis de Groot and the Opening of Sydney Harbour Bridge

On 19 March 1932, after almost ten years of construction, our mighty Harbour Bridge was opened to great fanfare by then State Premier of NSW, Jack Lang. Not without controversy, the big party was almost spoiled by one man - Francis de Groot. The 90th anniversary of this event is a good opportunity for a trip down memory lane - from the first plans... [More]
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<p>On 19 March 1932, after almost ten years of construction, our mighty Harbour Bridge was opened to great fanfare by then State Premier of NSW, Jack Lang. Not without controversy, the big party was

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18 Mar

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Habsburg Wives & Daughters

After 467 years of male Habsburg rulers a woman was finally to lead the Habsburg dynasty: Maria Theresa. But many other Habsburg women also became queens all over Europe as the family often chose marriage rather than war to increase their dynastic influence across the continent. This course will explore the roles that some of these Habsburg wives... [More]
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<p>After 467 years of male Habsburg rulers a woman was finally to lead the Habsburg dynasty: Maria Theresa. But many other Habsburg women also became queens all over Europe as the family often chose

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25 Mar

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Galileo and the Visual Arts - The Unity of Science and Design

Galileo Galilei, the founder of observational astronomy and modern physics, spent some of his formative years studying mathematics – inclusive of geometry and perspective - and drawing, at Florence’s Academy of Art. This proved integral to many of his later scientific observations and conclusions. For example, his artistic knowledge of chiaroscuro,... [More]
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<p>Galileo Galilei, the founder of observational astronomy and modern physics, spent some of his formative years studying mathematics – inclusive of geometry and perspective - and drawing, at Florence

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01 Apr

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