Tea and Talks series 2023/4

Tea and Talks are open to anyone who would like to come. Experts speak on a wide range of topics of local, national and international interest on (usually) the first Wednesday of the month from October to April. Each session is booked from 1.30-3.30 p.m. with the talk from 1.45-2.45 p.m., followed by tea, cake and conversation. Price £2 on the door. Admission is first come first served, so please come in good time to be sure of a place.

Wednesday 1.30pm - 3.30pm

Talk 1.45pm – 2.45pm

Tea and Talks  - LOOK OUT FOR 24/25 programme coming soon

St Margaret's Institute

Tea and Talks - Last Season

St Margaret's Institute

We had a marvellous Tea and Talks season and we look forward to the resumption of this popular series in October 2024.
Our programme was:
October 4th: Mediaeval cosmos: astronomy, astrology and the astrolabe - Stephen Johnston
November 1st: Alyce Chaucer of Ewelme - Christina Hardyment
December 6th: The Victorian architecture of Oxford - Geoffrey Tyack
January 10th: Free will is not an illusion: biology against determinism - Denis Noble
February 7th: In my grandfather’s shadow: working through Germany’s legacy of trauma, shame and silence - Angela Findlay
March 6th: Why solving the climate crisis will make us richer - Cameron Hepburn
April 10th: ‘The boast of Oxford’: Port Meadow from the Ice Age to today - Graham Harding

 Other Upcoming Events:

Film Club (monthly)

Memory Cafe Tea Party (monthly)