Omnibus

University of Bath Staff Society - Bringing together all University staff through social activities

Monthly Archives: January 2016

University of Bath Gardening Club Talks

📥  Gardening Club, Social Events, Sports and Activities

For details see the University of Bath Gardening Club page.

Staff members can come to one lecture free and then membership is £10 with partners joining for another £10. Visitor fee is still £6. All talks start at 7.30.

Meetings and membership are open to all. For details contact:
Membership Secretary: Anne Pacey
Tel: 01225 315327 ; anneppacey@gmail.com

Wednesday 13 January

Room EB 1.1

Jason Ingram, Photographer - Title: Through the Lens


Wednesday 10 February

Room EB1.1

Bunny Guinness, Landscape Architect & Journalist - Transforming Your Garden


Monday 14 March

Room EB1.1

Colin Ward, Owner of Swine's Meadow Nursery - Ferns


Thursday 4 April

Room EB 1.1

Jim Almond, Exhibitor - Alpines, Dwarf Bulbs and Hardy Cyclamen


Wednesday 11 May

Room 5W2.3

Helena Attlee, Author - The Land Where Lemons Grow

AGM


 

 

Omnibus Conversation Thursday 3rd March 1.15pm

📥  Omnibus Conversations, Social Events

The OMNIBUS lunchtime conversations offer an opportunity for all staff (academic and nonacademic), doctoral and post doctoral students, and other interested parties to share what they are working on.

The next meeting is on 3rd March 2016, 1:15-2:05 (room to be announced). We usually begin the meetings by going round with each person saying a few words by way of introduction to themselves and what they are working on. For instance, Paul Shepherd (Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering), members of The Public Engagement Unit, Marie Huxtable, (University of Cumbria), and doctoral and postdoctoral students have been invited to the conversation to share what they are doing in contributing to the BRLSI Researchers project. http://www.brlsiyouthgallery.org/brlsi-researchers/

At this meeting Jack Whitehead, a life-time member of OMNIBUS who is coordinating the OMNIBUS contribution to the University’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations (from October 2016), will draw attention to the creation of living-posters for the celebrations. For illustrative examples of living-posters see:

http://www.actionresearch.net/writings/posters/homepage061115.pdf

Contact Jack Whitehead for further information: jack@actionresearch.net

 

 

The 39 Steps - BOOKINGS CLOSED

  

📥  Social Events, Theatre

Bookings closed - all the tickets have been sold now. Watch out for our next Theatre trip.

Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps - 10th Anniversary Tour

40 discounted tickets available for good stalls seats on Tuesday 9th February at 7.30 at Theatre Royal, Bath.

Ticket Price: £27.30 (face value £34) Payment required by 25th January

Please contact S.A.Briault@bath.ac.uk with number of tickets required.

Priority given to those who answered Doodle Poll.


 

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4 actors, 130 characters in 100 hilarious minutes!

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic spy thriller, The 39 Steps, based on John Buchan's novel, has been brilliantly and hilariously recreated for the stage.

This Olivier and Tony award-winning comedy celebrated a nine-year West End run where it achieved the fifth highest number of performances of any play in West End history. Over three million people have seen the show worldwide.

Follow the incredible adventures of our handsome hero Richard Hannay, complete with stiff upper-lip, British gung-ho and pencil moustache as he encounters dastardly murders, double-crossing secret agents, and, of course, devastatingly beautiful women.

This wonderfully inventive and gripping comedy thriller features four fearless actors, playing 139 roles in 100 minutes of fast-paced fun and thrilling action.