Black History Month: Gospel Choir at St Mary Undercroft

 

Join the London Adventist Chorale for an evening of rich, heartfelt a cappella music.

These songs, considered the first indigenous genre of the New World, speak of hope, triumph, and a better future. The choir will sing such songs as Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Good News, Deep River and others, which will involve audience participation.

Choir director Ken Burton will also share some insights into the music.

Please visit our Eventbrite page to reserve your space.

 

Date: Wednesday 28 October

Time: 6.30 – 8pm

Location: Chapel of St Mary Undercroft

 For more information contact ParliREACH at parlireach@parliament.uk.

 

In the thick of it: what it’s really like working for an MP

David Jones at the Information and Outreach Service has written to tell us about an event taking place next month where the reality of working for an MP will be discussed – so those of you who aren’t sure what you’re actually doing may be interested!

It’s on Tuesday 24 November 6.30pm to 8pm at the Skeel Lecture Theatre, People’s Palace, Mile End Campus, Queen Mary University of London, London, E1 4NS and is billed as “a lively evening at Queen Mary University of London discussing the realities of working for an MP. In a demanding, sometimes insecure, environment, find out how staff ensure MPs are well-supported to address constituents’ concerns and party political needs, while dealing with daily pressures and challenges”

Speakers include:

  • Imran Ahmed – Parliamentary Adviser to Hilary Benn MP
  • Janet Walker – Parliamentary Assistant to Tom Tugendhat MP
  • Patrick Diamond – lecturer in Public Policy, Queen Mary University & former Special Adviser to Lord Mandelson (Chair)

As well as an insight into the day to day work of Parliament, attendees will also be able to access information about careers in Parliament.

Booking a place

To book a place at this event, please complete the registration form at this link: Registration form – 24 November 2015

Alternatively, contact Parliament’s Outreach Service on 020 7219 1650 or email universities@parliament.uk. Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis, so booking in advance is essential.