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Mon 21st January

Edinburgh Semester 2 Intake Pre-training
21st January 10am - 27th January 11am
G.03 50 George Square and LG.09 David Hume Tower
Save the Children Hot Chocolate Meeting
6pm - 7pm
Room 2, The Chaplaincy
BARRY (A WORK IN PROGRESS)
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Shrinking Violet Theatre Company's debut performance, this devised, verbatim work in progress extravaganza explores the first 'woman' to graduate from Edinburgh. Expect lipsyncing, drag, verbatim, big skirts, wigs, death, human boats and much more!
MOTHER
8:30pm - 9:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
A monologue in a new play by Jane Prinsley.
HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVE
10:30pm - 11:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Four original, interlinking plays. Two writers. One hour. How the Other Half Love explores how love works, and doesn’t work, in the modern age.

Tue 22nd January

OUR CULTURE
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
‘Our Culture’ is a celebration of South Asian culture for all different angles; through music, poetry readings, excerpts of criticism and original writing, we aim to bring the richest of our heritage from a group of South Asians based in Edinburgh.
SHAKESPEARE MONOLOGUES
8:30pm - 9:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Channelling the Bard for the second time this year is the Edinburgh University Shakespeare Company with their second Monologue Show!
REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN.
10:30pm - 11:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
From award-winning playwright Alice Birch, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. responds to the idea that ‘well-behaved women seldom make history.’

Wed 23rd January

Welcome Back Skating Social
6pm - 11:59pm
Murrayfield Ice Rink
Welcome Back Skating Social at Murrayfield Ice rink followed by food and drinks at Pilgrim!
HOW THE POPE STOLE CHRISTMAS
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Caroling, Christmas trees, orgies, druids, drinking to excess and a royal smackdown. Join Santa and his holy friends on a magical journey in this piece of original writing by Mel Bowden to discover the origins of this 100% totally original holiday...
Sustain.ED Film Screening - WALL·E
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Dining Room, Teviot Row House
Windback Wednesday
11pm - 3am
Wee Red Bar

Thu 24th January

Macau Edinburgh Exchange Tour
24th January midnight - 17th August midnight
Campus-wide
FLOCK
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Flock is a brand new puppet show full of interesting and amusing characters, created by Laura Hounsell.
PAPER BULLETS
8:30pm - 9:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
A piece of original writing, a performance in two halves, looking at the struggle of being an honest journalist under the dangerous eye of Putin's Russia.
THE CLOSING OF A SMALL AND INSIGNIFICANT BOWLING ALLEY
10:30pm - 11:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
SOLD OUT. An originally written, slightly ridiculous comedy which covers gentrification, alcoholism and Hugh Jackman obsession.

Fri 25th January

Mary Shepherd Philosophy Conference
25th January 10am - 26th January 6pm
G32, 7 George Square
GOING SLIGHTLY MAD
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Written by EUTC member and UoE undergraduate Michael Hajiantonis, “Going Slightly Mad” is an honest and unflinching account of the mental health services in the United Kingdom.
CHAGOS 1971
9pm - 10pm
Bedlam Theatre
The sixties are over. The Empire’s pretty shit at this point. Vietnam is going great but a nearby island of indigenous people is making the British government look bad. So ensues comedy/drama/unspeakable yet true history.
THE IMPROVERTS
10:30pm - 11:30pm
Bedlam Theatre

Sat 26th January

PROJECT X
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
Project X presents a collection of short plays written by our members when they were children. It promises hilarious and heartwarming adventures through the minds of noughties children.
IN FIVE MINUTES
8:30pm - 9:30pm
Bedlam Theatre
An original writing show with a difference. Anonymous writers, various prompts, assorted monologues. Come see theatre made at its simplest, then have your say in what happens next.

Mon 28th January

Something More
28th January noon - 1st February 3pm
Teviot, Dining Room

Wed 30th January

Potterrow Market
11am - 3pm
Potterrow Dome, Potterrow
COLLECTIVE RAGE: A PLAY IN FIVE BETTIES
7:30pm - 9pm
Bedlam Theatre
An absurdist comedy written by Jen Silverman following five women, all named Betty on their pursuit for happiness in the face of unbearable loneliness.

Thu 31st January

Sat 2nd February

University of Edinburgh X University of Aberdeen Skating Social
5:30pm - 11:59pm
Murrayfield Ice Rink
The University of Aberdeen Ice Skating Society is coming down to Edinburgh for the day. We're meeting them at Pilgrim for food and drinks at 5:30pm and then heading to Murrayfield ice rink for the disco skating session at 8pm followed by Big Cheese!

Mon 4th February

Cigdem Aslan & She'Koyokh: Enchanted by Song Part-III
8pm - 10pm
Debating Hall, Teviot Row House

Tue 5th February

Illustration in Publishing
7pm - 9pm
TBC
We will be joined by Alan Windram, Augusta Kirkwood, Lucy Juckes and Eilidh Muldoon for an evening focussing on the role illustration plays in publishing. Come along to hear about storytelling and careers from some amazing speakers!

Wed 6th February

Potterrow Market
11am - 3pm
Potterrow Dome, Potterrow
Sports v Socs
10pm - 3am

Thu 7th February

Hadrian's Ball
6:45pm - 1am
The VooDoo Rooms
Donate to Date
8pm - 11pm
The Counting House

Fri 8th February

CHV Annual Ball
7pm - 11:59pm
The Counting House

Sun 10th February

Murrayfield Racers VS Kirkcaldy Kestrels
6pm - 9pm
Murrayfield Ice Rink
We have half price tickets to go and see the Murrayfield Racers take on the Kirkcaldy Kestrels at Murrayfield Ice Rink!

Wed 13th February

Skating Social
6pm - 11:59pm
Murrayfield Ice Rink
Skating Social at Murrayfield Ice Rink, followed by food and drinks at Pilgrim! Expect some fun VALENTINE's day games.

Sun 17th February

Frank Morton 2019
17th February noon - 18th February 3am
University of Sheffield

Mon 18th February

Frank Morton 2019
17th February noon - 18th February 3am
University of Sheffield

Wed 20th February

Potterrow Market
11am - 3pm
Potterrow Dome, Potterrow

Thu 28th February

Life of a Book
7pm - 9pm
TBC
Come along to hear publisher 404 Ink and their author Chris McQueer discuss how a book goes from an idea to printing, and all the nitty gritty in between.
The Medics' Revue
8pm - 10pm
Pleasance Theatre

Fri 1st March

The Medics' Revue
8pm - 10pm
Pleasance Theatre

Sun 3rd March

Meadows Marathon
9am - 5pm
5/2 Bristo Square,

Wed 6th March

Potterrow Market
11am - 3pm
Potterrow Dome, Potterrow
Music for the Mind Concert
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Pleasance One

Fri 15th March

Wed 20th March

Potterrow Market
11am - 3pm
Potterrow Dome, Potterrow

Wed 27th March

Sports v Socs
10pm - 3am
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