Events Bulletin at Birkbeck and Bloomsbury 17th October – 8th November 2014

WELCOME to Flock To The Crown’s weekly news bulletin on what’s going on at Birkbeck College and the Bloomsbury area. If you want us to announce your event, please contact us on flocktothecrown@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter@FlockToTheCrown October 17th- 24th October 17th Aesthetics, Politics and Violence: A Reflection on Practices of Political Art 9:30am- 5:30pm Room B04, Birkbeck Main Building … More Events Bulletin at Birkbeck and Bloomsbury 17th October – 8th November 2014

The Green Party Should Not Be Excluded From The Leaders Debates

  ITV’s leaders debate will feature the three main party leaders – David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and Nigel Farage. It’s hard to argue that Farage shouldn’t be included, however you feel about the man and his party. With an MP in parliament, UKIP is now a legitimate part of our government and there is no reason … More The Green Party Should Not Be Excluded From The Leaders Debates

The Birkbeck Law Project’s Mock Trial: Snow White – Vs -The Evil Queen

On a Saturday morning Snow White rushes down the halls of Birkbeck to meet The Evil Queen and compliment her outfit. The two queens hug and kiss each other, brightening up the atmosphere with their outfits and high spirits. Further along, King Costel (Emporer’s New Groove) is taking selfies with Robin Hood’s Prince John, a … More The Birkbeck Law Project’s Mock Trial: Snow White – Vs -The Evil Queen

‘Amigo Nights’ : Birkbeck’s GED’s (Geography Environment and Development) Society Event

James Tonner, on behalf of Birkbeck’s GED’s (Geography Environment and Development) Society, tells us about their next up and coming event. We have essentially created a blank canvas and new forum to discuss environmental issues at the University of London. The society constituted at Birkbeck College, at the beginning of this year, its objectives to … More ‘Amigo Nights’ : Birkbeck’s GED’s (Geography Environment and Development) Society Event

GQ’s Woman of the Year Award… Did Kim Kardashian-West Really Deserve to Win It?

  Last week GQ British awarded Kim Kardashian-West its “Woman Of The Year” 2014, at its awards held last week at the Royal Opera House. The publication said Kim KW was given the award based on the fact that she had “Taken over global television,” and “Social Media with 23 million twitter followers and  18 … More GQ’s Woman of the Year Award… Did Kim Kardashian-West Really Deserve to Win It?

“Setting and Achieving Academic Goals” Workshop for Birkbeck students

  People go to university for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it’s for personal development, other times it’s to escape from their home life and some even return to study because they want to prove something to themselves, in order to gain confidence in themselves. I’ve been at Birkbeck since 2010, beginning my life here … More “Setting and Achieving Academic Goals” Workshop for Birkbeck students

Anna Nicole, The Opera : £1 student tickets at the Royal Opera House

Based on the real-life American star, Anna Nicole Smith, the opera is a tale of a working class single mother who climbs the celebrity ladder. After becoming a dancer and playboy model she meets her 89-year-old millionaire husband. Anna Nicole, the opera, depicts a desperate life of rags to riches: undergoing a legal battle over her … More Anna Nicole, The Opera : £1 student tickets at the Royal Opera House

iTunes Festival returns to Camden for the 7th year in a row

London’s Borough of Camden continues to prove itself to be the capital’s live music core. A night out in the borough will guarantee you not only one hell of a time, but also an exposure to a musically diverse area.   From the hard metal, pop-rock atmosphere of Underworld (or Worlds End Camden) to the … More iTunes Festival returns to Camden for the 7th year in a row