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Everyone's welcome. Whether you are an Old Boy, a past or current parent, or looking to join our community, we'd love to see you at our Community Visits.

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Christ's College Junior Production – PRIVATE PEACEFUL
Written by Michael Morpurgo of War Horse fame, Private Peaceful is an hour-long, and is taking place virtually 100 years to the day from when WW1 ended.
It covers an eight-hour time span as Tommo, the lead character reminisces about his life – his adventures, his parents, his childhood, his loves and the injustices of war that have brought him to the front line in the trenches of Flanders.
Chris Cheesman is directing the two casts of boys who will present the four performances.
Private Peaceful is guaranteed to have you laughing – and crying.

Thursday 21 June, 1.30pm & 7.30pm
Friday 22 June , 5.30pm & 7.30pm
Christ's College Old Boys Theatre

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An evening with John Parsons – Keeping you and your children safe in an online world
This is an opportunity for a roundtable chat with John as he provides tips about keeping ourselves safe in an online world.

Wednesday 27 June, 7pm, Chapman Room

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Stars n Strikers Football Extravaganza
Be entertained and hosted by The Court Jesters. A night of fun and hilarity with food, drinks and an auction to support the football USA/Canada tour.

Saturday 30 June, 7pm, Chapman Room

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Christ's College Parents' Association Mid-winter Drinks

Friday 6 July, 6–8pm, Dining Hall

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Centre for Ethics & Spirituality – When good pictures go bad: Public perceptions of private suffering
Vicar of the Anglican Parish of Sumner–Redcliffs Rev. Thomas C Brauer

From the American and Spanish civil wars, through the great depression, right up to the conflicts and disasters of today, photography has played a significant role in portraying the violence, suffering and trauma of people’s lives. But many question the ethics of this action. Does photography of suffering help grow compassion, or create compassion fatigue? Does photography of violence educate and inform, or perpetuate conflict and pain?

In this presentation, Rev. Brauer will look at how photography and digital media is used to document our lives. The discussion will consider the ethics of taking photographs of people at their most vulnerable and sharing the images with a global audience. (Warning: Some images  may be confronting.) 

Thursday 30 August, 7.30pm, Chapman Room

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