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Goodnight Mister Tom

To escape the bombing of London during World War II, vulnerable William Beech is evacuated to the English countryside. He is taken under the wing of a miserable recluse, Mr Tom Oakley, where an unexpected father-son relationship is formed and William happily settles into village life. All seems well until William is summoned back to London…

Wednesday 25th April - 5.00pm
Thursday 26th April and Friday 27th April 27th - 7.00pm
​MGS Theatre
Tickets:
£7 and £5 Concessions

Charity Concert in honour of David Francis

Mr. David Francis of the MGS Music Department will be retiring from full-time teaching at the end of this academic year, having worked in the Department since 2005. In recognition of David’s contribution to the musical life of the School, some of our current and recent former pupils have gotten together to organise a concert in his honour.

The programme will consist of the following pieces (not necessarily in this order):

Mozart: Oboe Concerto
Beethoven: Sextet for string quartet and two horns
Bach: Tenor solo from the Benedictus from B minor Mass
An original composition for Saxophone and Piano by James Wang
Haydn: Farewell Symphony

Thursday 26 April 2018 - 7.30pm
Memorial Hall
​Free Admission - retiring collection in aid of RMCH

Teatime Lecture : Dr Andrew Crome

Dr Andrew Crome is Lecturer in Early Modern History at Manchester Metropolitan University. His research examines the development of apocalyptic thought in English and American religion from the seventeeth century up to the present day. His talk is entitled: 'Apocalypse When? History, Politics, and The End of the World'.

Thursday 3 May 2018 - 4.00pm - 5.00pm, refreshments from 3:45pm
Memorial Hall
Free admission 

Teatime Lecture: Professor David Clough

Professor David Clough studied at Cambridge, Oxford, Yale and Durham before becoming the Professor of Theological Ethics in the University of Chester. His research interests lie in the questions posed by the juxtaposition of the Christian tradition and the world, and particularly the place of animals in Christian theology and ethics. His talk is entitled: 'Is it Ethical to Eat Factory Farmed Meat?' 


Thursday 17 May - 4.00pm - 5.00pm, refreshments from 3.45pm
MGS Theatre
​Free Admission