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Socs Global Week - October 24th - 27th '16
Monday 24th 11am - 4pm
- Celebrate Diversity
- Understand Global Issues
- Save the Planet
African Caribbean Society, AIESEC Society, American Bake Sale, Anime & Manga Society, Amnesty Society, Baking Society, India Society, French Society,
and Free Pizza from Supermacs.
Bailey Allen Hall & Áras na Mac Léinn Foyer
Celebrating a great Irish tradition of Samhain with. Haunted House Come one come all to the Inter Society Haunted House.
6pm-9pm. Meeting rooms Áras na Mac Léinn
Draíocht & Style Society
For Draiocht’s partners in Nepal & Tanzania. Free food & prize for best dressed. Tickets €5
8pm, The Skeff & Karma,
‘Bienvenue Chez les Ch'tix’
8pm Venue: The Stage, Áras na Mac Léinn.
GIG & Writers Socs
Murder Mystery Halloween Party @ 7pm – 9pm IT202
French Soc Conversation Night: free fingerfood and passes to karma
@ 8pm Venue: The Skeff
SU Anti-Racism Workshop
It's just €5 and previous participants have described the workshop as “thought provoking” “a total eye-opener” and “inspiring”.
10.15am – 1.30pm. The Space Áras na Mac Léinn
GIG Soc (LGBT+)
Talk: Travelling & Volunteering
At Home & Abroad
7pm -8pm AC214
Guest Speaker: Tom Curran.
Assisted Suicide Campaigner. Tom will talk about his experiences with assisted suicide, both at home and abroad. The focus will primarily be on his wife Marie Flemming's 'Right to Die' battle in the Supreme Court."
7pm O'hEocha Theatre, Arts Millennium.
Anime & Manga Society
Japanese Language workshop & anime screening.
@ 7pm, Anderson Theatre.
Global Issues Documentary.
6.30pm – 8.30pm Fottrell Theatre, AM200
Dramsoc: Lonesome West
Irish Play for Global Week by Martin McDonnagh.
Tickets are €5 for students and €8 for non students and can be prebooked at the socs box!
Tuesday the 25th to Friday the 28th 8pm. Bank of Ireland Theatre
Give it Socs!
Global Week Celebration with performances Dansoc, Music, Choral & Drama Societies and
and fab food from ACS and Baking, French Socs.
In aid of Blue Teapot Theatre Co. And entry to Carbon.
The Cube 8pm. Tickets €4 from the SocsBox.
Friends Of MSF
Tales from the Front line: Mary Houldsworth speaks about her first hand experience as a health promoter during the Ebola Outbreak and field work during the Syrian refugee crisis. With a Q&A afterward.
6pm-9pm, Anderson Lecture Theatre.
Lit & Deb
This house believes the government is doing enough for refugees.
VSA Halloween Ball
Prizes for best Dressed so get creative, then keep the night going with a night in Karma.
8pm-12pm. The Skeff followed by Karma