Sunday 11 March 2018 17:00
The Swedish Chamber Choir conducted by Simon Phipps will present: Rachmaninov’s Vigilia in Gothenburg cathedral (Domkyrkan)
– ett meditativt verk, “Spa för själen”, säger Simon Phipps!
More details here: https://svenskakammarkoren.se/rachmaninovs-vigilia/
Tickets via Nortic.se or on the door. Price on the door: Ordinary people 200:- / Non-ordinary people i.e. Students 100:- (under 15 years free)
We meet in Haga approximately once per month.
These are the books chosen for the fifth season (Sept 2017 – May 2018)
- 20 March: Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
- 17 April (two in one month): The Stranger by Albert Camus (NB – for Kindle edition, search for “The Outsider”) AND The Fall by Albert Camus
- 15 May: The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri
- (All these books are available on Kindle.)
If you want to join the book club please go to our MeetUp page http://www.meetup.com/ELBexA/. Despite a large number of members on MeetUp we are usally about 8 to 10 people at any one meeting. We usually discuss the book for about one hour and then ‘fika’.
GOTHENBURG ENGLISH STUDIO THEATRE – GEST – is delighted to present the Scandinavian premiere of the award-winning Four Minutes Twelve Seconds by James Fritz
10 April- 8 May 2018
A shockingly funny thriller in a time of selfies and sexting.
A morally terrifying drama which shines a light on growing up, parental/peer pressure and acceptance of responsibly in the #metoo age.
“He says they all do it. These kids, you know, they’ve got their phones. Film everything. Can’t say I blame them. I would at that age.”
Di and David, the parents of 17-year old Jack, have devoted their whole lives to giving Jack every opportunity they never had. But when something private and personal goes viral it hreatens to ruin everything they’ve striven for. As events begin to accelerate, Di and David start to doubt Jack’s closest friends, Jack himself and ultimately themselves – who can they trust?
Four Minutes Twelve Seconds premiered at Hampstead theatre in 2014 and then transferred to the West End and won “Most Promising Playwright” prize at the Critics Circle Theatre Awards 2015 and was nominated for an Olivier Award.
The Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy Mr Aidan Liddle presented the latest information concerning the Brexit negotiations and the steps the British Government is taking to ensure a continued close relationship between the UK and Europe. The discussion was moderated by Post Doc Fellow Olof Larson and there was plenty of opportunity for questions from the audience.
UK nationals in the EU: what you need to know.
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