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Thames Valley Network u3a – NEW Zoom talks & Brandenberg Choir

8 October, 2021

Details of the further talks October are now published. Click on the links in the boxes below for the flyer that has full details of costs and how to book through TicketSource. 

NEW

Tuesday, 26th October at 2.30pm on Zoom

An Autumn Bouquet

By the Choir of St Bartholomew the Great * The Brandenburg Camino Choir

Closing date:  Friday, 22nd October

Below are the events planned until December.  Full details on each event will follow in due course.

21st October – Little Men in Red Hats. A talk by David Marsh

Dr David Marsh, is a Trustee of The Garden’s Trust, a national campaigning body for the protection and support of our historic parks and gardens and designed landscapes.

The cost of the talk is £2.00 per device. Full details can be found on the flyer.  The closing date for applications is Monday, 18th October.

STOP PRESS – David Marsh, The Garden Trust Study Day Convenor, is kindly offering TVN u3a members a 25% discount off any of their lectures between now and Christmas.  No need to be a member of Garden Trust. Details here.

26th October – Choir of St Bartholomew the Great * The Brandenburg Camino Choir

A very welcome return of ‘Brandenburg’ this time with music and seasonal readings reflecting the rich Autumnal atmosphere.

The cost of the talk is £5.00 per device. Full details can be found on the flyer.  The closing date for applications is Friday, 22nd October.

28th October – The Music of Carol King. A talk by Clive Aronson

This presentation will be on the music of CAROLE KING, singer-songwriter. She has composed songs sung by singers such as Carly Simon, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, NeilSedaka and many more. 

The cost of the talk is Free. Full details can be found on the flyer.  The closing date for applications is Monday, 25th October.

10th November – The movies from Muybridge and Meliés to Miramax and Marvel (a History of Film)

A talk by Jefferey Aronson.

This is a free event.  Full details can be found on the flyer.  The closing date for applications is Sunday, 7th November.

15th November – Garden Design. A talk by Richard Rogers.

19th November – Basque Refugees. From Colin Carritt

Details to follow.

23rd November – Thames Wildlife by Graham Scholey

Details to follow.

24th November – Van Gogh, The Golden Years from Keith Appleby

Details to follow.

9th December – Christmas Flowers. A demonstration by Katherine Kear

Details to follow.

BOOKING
 
The easiest and best option is to book electronically by clicking on the TICKETSOURCE’ icon immediately below the event on the TVN website

You will receive an acknowledgement immediately and the Zoom link a few days before the event.  PLEASE CHECK THAT YOU ENTER YOUR DETAILS CAREFULLY WHEN YOU BOOK.

If you have booked an event and do not get the link 2 days before the event, please message TicketSource to advise.  DO NOT LEAVE IT UNTIL THE DAY OF THE EVENT AS YOU WILL NOT GET A REPLY.  
 
Please note: Increasingly,  TVN events are becoming fully booked well before the actual date.  Nevertheless, we are disappointed to find that something like 20% of those who have booked places, fail to join on the day.  If you find that you are unable to join an event for which you have booked, please inform the organiser as soon as possible so that your place can be offered to someone else.