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Christmas Concert 2017

A celebration of seasonal music given by the large ensembles from all sections of the Senior School.

Monday 18 December - 6.30pm
Mulled wine and mince pies available in the Refectory from 5.45pm

Tickets
£5.00 and £3.00

Teatime Lecture: Professor Daphne Hampson

An Introduction to Gender Theology

Daphne Hampson holds doctorates in Modern History (Oxford), in Theology (Harvard) and a Masters in Continental Philosophy (Warwick). She is the author of Theology and Feminism (1990), After Christianity (1996, 2nd edn. 2002) and the editor of Swallowing a Fishbone? Feminist theologians debate Christianity (1996). She is interested in the relationship between Continental thought, feminist theory, and theology. Her latest book is Kierkegaard: Exposition and Critique (2013). Having taught for many years at St Andrews, in her retirement she is an Associate of the Department of Theology and Religion at Oxford. She is at present working on a new book Religion as Gender Politics.

MGS Theatre
Wednesday 10 January - 4.00pm - 4.50pm
​Free Admission

Careers in Medicine Evening

The Careers in Medicine Evening is an exciting opportunity for MGS’ future medics. The event will allow students to find out about the reality of a working life in this area and to hear first-hand about the highs and lows of a career in the medical profession. It is also a chance for boys to make contacts and ask questions about the process of making applications to study Medicine.

Four doctors, specialising in different areas of medicine, will make up the panel; all have wide ranging experiences to bring to the discussion. Each will talk about their career to date and day to day challenges and this will be followed by an extended opportunity for Q&A. We will then move to an open ‘networking’ session for more questions to be asked of the panel as well as others, including current medical students. Sixth Form staff will also be present to discuss the UCAS admissions process for Medicine.

This event is for students in years 11-13. Boys are strongly encouraged to bring along a parent or guardian, but tickets will be limited to 2 per student in the first instance.

We expect demand to be high, so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment!

MGS Theatre
Wednesday 10 January 2018
5.45 – 7.30pm

An evening with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Come along and listen to Dr Chatterjee talking about progressive medicine and his new book The Four Pillar Plan: How to Relax, Eat, Move & Sleep your way to a Longer Healthier Life.    
Dr Rangan Chatterjee attended MGS from 1988 to 1995.  He is a pioneer in the emerging field of progressive medicine and is changing the way that we look at illness. He is known for finding the root cause of people's problems by taking a 360 - degree approach to health, which was highlighted in his ground-breaking BBC One TV show, Doctor in the House. He is the resident doctor on BBC One's Breakfast and a regular commentator on BBC Radio.  He writes for the Huffington Post, mindbodygreen and has a monthly column on lifestyle medicine in Top Santé. He regularly lectures on his subject at events and conferences around the world. 
There will be the opportunity to purchase the book for £12 and have it signed at the end of the evening.  (Please note that we can only accept cash or cheques made payable to Manchester Grammar School ) 

Thursday 11 January 2018 - 6.30pm (drinks and canapes from 6.00pm)
Memorial Hall
​Free Admission

MGS Burns' Night

Burns' Night is a popular and successful annual event run by the MGS Parents' Society, consisting of traditional Scottish dinner, dancing and music, complete with a licensed bar. Dress code is black tie (kilts optional).
Set tables of 8, 10 or 12 available. Contact Serena Rochford 
serenarochford@btinternet.com if you or any member of your party is vegetarian or has any special dietary requirements. 




Saturday 20 January 2018 - 7.30pm (with a drinks reception from 6.30pm)
Venue: MGS Refectory
Carriages: 12.30am

Tickets: £50 per head

Brahms' Requiem in support of CLIC Sargent

This follows the success of the performance of Verdi's Requiem in January 2016 which raised over £10,000 for CLIC Sargent.
Originally written in German, this performance of Brahms' Requiem will be in English.  Sections of the music are very well known and there are some fantastic tunes. It is scored for orchestra, choir and soloists. Like Verdi's Requiem, this is a project involving MGS boys, parents and staff and professional and amateur players and singers from across the Manchester area.

Sunday 28 January - 7.30pm (with Drinks Reception in Refectory from 6.30pm)
Venue: MGS Memorial Hall
Tickets: £13, £11 Concessions (OAPs), £2 Students/Children