🎭📜 The Cambridge University Italian Society is pleased to invite you to the Gianni Rodari Virtual Theatre Show 2021, “L’alfabeto della creatività: un omaggio a Gianni Rodari”, a virtual theatrical performance on the power of creativity and imagination based on a selection of texts by Italian children’s literature writer Gianni Rodari, directed by Ludovico Nolfi.
In a constant turn of exhilarating and tragic events, Luigi Pirandello (winner of the 1934 Nobel Prize for Literature) leads us to believe a version of the story and its opposite soon after, kindling our inborn desire to know and be involved in the business of others.
In Italian theatre the political dimension is almost always present, even if there is no explicit declaration. Deep down theatre has always had a strong political quality directly or indirectly.
To honour the memory of Giulio Regeni 4 years after his kidnap and murder in Cairo, the 2020 Cambridge University Italian Society committee decided to institute an annual Giulio Regeni Memorial Lecture.
Let us gather all together to celebrate the end of term! Join us for an Italian-style aperitivo at Signorelli’s Deli Cambridge. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Join us on the 1st of March at Signorelli Cambridge!
A new term and a new year is starting and our Society is back to celebrate it with you.Join us for an Italian-style aperitivo at Signorelli’s Deli Cambridge. Exchange wishes with your friends. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Join us on the 19th January at Signorelli Cambridge!
The festive season is fast approaching and the Italian Society is back with festive spirits.Join us for an Italian-style aperitivo at Signorelli’s Deli Cambridge.Celebrate Christmas party sipping a spritz and enjoying an all you can eat Italian buffet. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Join us on the 30th November at Signorelli Cambridge!
SPP Italy 2019 is a one-day conference exploring the relationship between science, policy and the public in Italy. In the globalised world we live in, it has never been easier for researchers to move across borders. Science and technological innovation are seen by many as an international enterprise. However, most policy decisions are still taken