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The Wizard of Oz - Year 3 and 4 Production

Year 3 and 4 pupils are off on an exciting journey in this Young Performers’ edition of ‘The Wizard of Oz’.  Join them on their magical adventure as Dorothy tries to find a way to return home to Kansas.  Scarecrow (who needs a brain), Tinman (who needs a heart) and Lion (who needs courage) travel with her to ask the mysterious wizard to help them.  The well-known songs will have you tapping your feet as you watch the boys act, sing and dance their way through the performance!

Monday 26 February - Tuesday 27 February 2018 - 6pm
​MGS Theatre
​Admission free

Teatime Lecture: Dr Samantha Newbery

Dr Samantha Newbery is Lecturer in Contemporary Intelligence Studies at the University of Salford where she runs an online Masters degree in Terrorism and Security. Her talk is entitled: ‘Methods for Countering Terrorism’.

Thursday 1 March 2018 - 4.00pm - 5.00pm (refreshments from 3.45pm)
Memorial Hall
Free admission 

Careers Fair

Our Careers Fair is designed to give students in Years 11-13 an opportunity to learn about career options and explore the realities of working in different industries. We also hope to challenge them both to think widely about how their interests and skills might lead on to a career and to reflect on their preconceived ideas about the labour market and how the world of work is changing.
The evening will begin at 5.45pm with an address from the High Master and Adrian Bull MBE, External Relations Director at the National Nuclear Laboratory (OM 1973-80), before the opportunity to attend some career specific talks and to ask questions of industry professionals.
If you would like to attend the talks on Engineering, Law, Business and/or Finance you must also book these tickets separately, in addition to the General Admission ticket.
Please note there will be presentations focusing on other sector areas but separate tickets are not required for these.

Parents are encouraged to attend with their sons but tickets will be strictly limited to a maximum of two per student.

Thursday 1 March 2018 - 5.45pm - 8.00pm (refreshments from 5.30pm)
Various MGS Venues
Free Admission

What Next for Labour? The MGS Debate

Our panel will comprise politicians from all wings of the Labour Party, all of whom have strong connections with the School. Imran Ahmed (Labour Party Special Adviser, MGS 1989 – 96), Chris Matheson (MP for Chester, MGS 1979-1986), Alex Norris (MP for Nottingham North, MGS 1996-2003) and Sam Wheeler (prospective Labour candidate for Manchester City Council, MGS 2001-2008) will be joined on the panel by Afzal Khan, MP for Manchester Gorton and erstwhile ‘MGS parent’.
 
Chaired by Richard Kelly, the School’s Head of Politics, the meeting will involve each of our politicians giving a crisp summary of how they see Labour’s future, followed by questions and answers involving the audience.
  
Friday 2 March – 7.00pm - 8.00pm, refreshments from 6.00pm
MGS Theatre
Free Admission

Quatuor Danel Concert with Richard Whalley

A fascinating juxtaposition of the intensely wrought yet expansive lyricism of Franck’s only string quartet with the deft refinement and constant flux of Enescu’s Piano Quintet.

Franck Quartet in D major
Enescu Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 29 (with Richard Whalley)

Friday 9 March - 7.30pm
Memorial Hall
​Tickets £14, £9 concessions, £3 students
​Free admission for MGS students

ISOC Dinner 2018

The third annual ISOC Dinner celebrates the contribution of the Muslim community to the life of MGS.

​All welcome.

Saturday 10 March - 6pm
​Memorial Hall
​Tickets £12 per person

MGS Guitar and Harp Concert

Guitar and harp ensembles and solos perform from all sections of the School.
 
Tuesday 20 March - 6.30pm
​MGS Theatre

Tickets £5 and £3 Concessions

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