Alumni & Friends

Parents' & Second Years' Garden Party

Each Trinity Term, the Master hosts a Garden Party in the beautiful setting of the Water Gardens. The parents of our second year undergraduates are warmly invited to come and enjoy strawberries, cream and Pimms as a celebration of the end of our students' second year.

Time: 2.30- 4.30pm

Venue: Water Gardens, St Catherine's College

Guests: Welcome

Cost: £10 Catz Student, £12 Guests

The London Party 2014

Our annual London Party is the highlight of our events calendar, and we are delighted to be hosting this year's event at The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers.

Time: 6.30-8.30pm

Venue: The Stationers' Company, Ave Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DD

Guests: Alumni, Friends and Parents

Cost: £10 per ticket

Parents' & Freshers' Lunch

This is a joyous event where we welcome Freshers' parents into College to celebrate the end of Hilary Term. Beginning with a drinks reception in the SCR, guests are then invited to enjoy a three-course meal in Hall in the company of The Master and Fellows of the College.

Time: 12.30pm Drinks | 1.15pm Lunch

Venue: The Senior Common Room (Drinks) | St Catherine's College Hall (Lunch)

Guests: Two guests per student

Cost: £15 (Students); £18 (Guests)

St Catz Ball

Catz Ball 2017

Hilary Term 2017 will see the return of teh highly anticipated Catz triennial Ball/ Using light as inspiration, our Arne Jacobsen architecture will be transformed into a spectacular of colour and design, showcasing four staged of live music, the very best food and drink, as well as a huge variety of non-musical entertainments. Tickets have now sold out, but please visit the Catz Ball Website for more info.

Venue: St. Catherine's College

Date: 18th February 2017

Simon Winchester Book Signing: The Men Who United the States

We are delighted to welcome back Catz alumnus and New York Times bestselling author, Simon Winchester (1963, Geology) to explore the extraordinary story of how America was united into a single nation – the subject of his latest book The Men Who United the States.

How did America become ‘one nation, indivisible’? What unified a growing number of disparate states into the modern country we recognize today? Has the historic work of uniting one of the most powerful nations on earth succeeded?

The Alan Tayler Lecture 2014

St Catz together with The Smiths Institute, are delighted to welcome Professor Alan Newell from the University of Arizona, to give this year's Alan Tayler Lecture. Entitled, 'Phyllotaxis, Pushed Pattern Fronts, and Optimal Packing' we are sure that this will prove to be a stimulating and informative lecture.

Sir Patrick Nairne Memorial Service

The College was deeply saddened to announce the death of Honorary Fellow Sir Patrick Nairne (Master of St Catherine's, 1981-88) earlier this year, who passed away on 4 June 2013 at the age of 91 (1921- 2013).

A Memorial Service for Sir Patrick Nairne will be held at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford, on Thursday 17 October 2013 at 2pm. The Memorial Service will be followed by tea at University College.

Metamorphosis Composition Competition

Join us for the final of a competition for young composers, aged 15-25, based in Oxfordshire. The inspiration for this idea was Benjamin Britten’s ‘Six Metamorphoses after Ovid’ for solo oboe – and the final of the competition will in fact take place on the 100th anniversary of Benjamin Britten’s birth. Judges Professor Robert Saxton, Martyn Harry and Mark Simpson will introduce the event and the latter will play a selection of the shortlisted entries before the winner is announced. Refreshments will be served

Date: Friday, 22 November 2013

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