| ||1 December 2008 6.00p.m. 1 hour||Advent Carol Service||We would be delighted if you and your collegeagues and family were able to join us for our celebration of Advent and Christmas at the Temple Church.|| |
| ||3rd December 2008 for 1 hour||Christmas Concert: The Choir of the Temple Church||Music; Purcell, Bach, Massiaen, Taverner & Warlock. Tickets (£10, £15, and £20), from www.templemusic.org or 020 7427 5641|| |
|QS||Thursday 4 December 2008, 7.15pm||2008 Gala Dinner||In the presence of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, Honorary Bencher.
Black Tie.|| |
| ||Monday 8 December 6.00pm 1 hour||Christmas Carols||The Temple Church Choir. Admission is by ticket only (no charge). Tickets from www.temple2008.com or 020 7427 5641 || |
| ||Thursday 11 December 2008, 6.30 pm||Middle Temple Revels||Bangers & mash and beer, and a cabaret presented by members of Hall and the Bench.
|QS||Friday 12- Sunday 14 December 2008||Advocacy Weekend at Cumberland Lodge||Residential Weekend for BVC Students|| |
| ||Friday 12 December 2008, 6.30 pm||Middle Temple Revels||As on Thursday!|| |
| ||Sunday 14th December 2008 11.15am - 1 hour||Christmas Carol Service||Followed by lunch in both Halls. For further information, members are asked to contact the Treasury Office of their Inn.|| |
| ||Sunday 14th December 2008 3.00pm - 1 hour||Christmas Nativity Play for Children||If your children or grandchildren would like to take part, please contact Liz Clarke in the Master's House, 0207 427 5650, firstname.lastname@example.org|| |
| ||Sunday 14th December 2008, 12.30pm||Carol Service Lunch at Middle Temple Hall||Christmas Lunch at Middle Temple Hall following the Carol Service in Temple Church - All welcome!|| |
| ||Monday 15 December 6.00 pm - 1 hour||Christmas Carol Service||Advent and Christmas Carols, followed by drinks in the Middle Temple Hall.|| |
| ||Tuesday 16 December 1.10 - 1.50 pm||Lunchtime Carols||Carols over Lunchtime; music to include John Rutter's Dancing Day (n.b. Tickets are not needed for this service)|| |
| ||Thursday 25 December, 11.15 am||Christmas Day: Choral Mattins||Holy Communion will be said on Christmas Day at 8.30 a.m. and after Mattins|| |
|QS||Thursday 22 January 2009, 6.30pm.||Private Guest Night||Black tie is prefered and members are invited to bring guests.|| |
|QS||Tuesday 27 January 2009, 6.30pm.||All Inn Dining||Members only - No booked messes.|| |
| ||Saturday 31 January 2009, from 7.00pm||Burns' Night||One of the most exciting and traditional events in the calendar.
Book early to avoid disappointment!
Highland Dress or Black Tie.|| |
|QS||Tuesday 3 February 2009, 6.45pm||Bench/ Honorary Bench Call||There will be short speeches by the newly Called Benchers after dinner.
|QS||Tuesday 17 February 2009, 6.30pm||Reader's Feast||There will be a short speech after dinner by Master Reader, The Rt Hon Sir Francis Jacobs KCMG QC.|| |
|QS||Friday 20 February 2009, 6.30pm||Music Night||Music after Dinner - Humphrey Lyttelton Tribute Band
| ||Saturday 21st February 2008 - 9 hours||New Practitioners Program Advocacy Course||The first part of the course to get the New Practitioners Programme Advocacy & Ethics requirement accredited in a single weekend.|| |
|QS||Saturday 21 February 2009, 6.45pm||Ordinary Dining||Doors to Hall close at 7.05pm.
|QS||Sunday 22 February 2009, 12.45pm||Sunday Lunch||Lunch is preceded by Mattins in the Temple Church at 11.15. All are welcome!
| ||Sunday 22nd February 2009 - 3 hours||New Practitioners Programme Ethics Course||The second part of the course to get the New Practitioners Programme Ethics requirement accredited in a single weekend.|| |
|QS||Monday 23 February 2009, 6pm||Guest Lecture||Lecture by Betty Mould-Iddrissu, Constitutional and Legal Advisor to the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth.
|QS||Monday 23 February 2009||Education Day for Out of London Students||The Education Day is for students studying outside of London only.|| |
|QS||Thursday 5 March 2009, 6.30pm.||Private Guest Night||Black tie is preferred and members are invited to bring guests.|| |
|QS||Thursday 12 March 2009||Hilary Call||Student Members not being Called are welcome to attend the Dining after Call.|| |
|QS||Sunday 22 March 2009, 12.45pm||Sunday Lunch||Lunch is preceded by Mattins in the Temple Church at 11.15. All are welcome!|| |
|QS||Monday 23 March 2009, 6pm||Guest Lecture||Lecture by Lord Guthrie, former Chief of General Staff.
|QS||Monday 23 March 2009||Education Day for Out of London Students||Education Day is for students studying outside of London only|| |
|QS||Tuesday 31 March 2009, 6.45pm||Bench Call||There will be short speeches by the newly Called Benchers after dinner.
|QS||Tuesday 21 April 2009, 6.30pm||Music Night||Music in Hall after Dinner - Schubert Ensemble.
Doors to Hall will close at 7.05 pm|| |
|QS||Thursday 23 April 2009, 7.00pm||Annual Hall Dinner||The Annual Hall Dinner is the highlight of the year for the Hall Committee.|| |
|QS||Thursday 14 May 2009, 6.30pm||Private Guest Night||Black tie is preferred and members are invited to bring guests.|| |
|QS||Tuesday 19 May 2009, 6.30pm.||All Inn Dining||No High Table, no booked messes, members only.
|QS||Monday 1 June 2009, 6.30pm.||Moot Semi-Final||The winners will compete for the Rosamund Smith Cup in the final.
|QS||Monday 8 June 2009, 6.30pm||Moot Semi-Final||The winners will compete for the Rosamund Smith Cup in the final.
|QS||Tuesday 30 June 2009, 6.30pm||Bench Call||There will be short speeches by the newly Called Benchers after dinner.|| |
| ||Tuesday 7 July 2009, 6.00pm||Garden Party||Champagne & Pimms, al fresco canapes, strawberries & cream.|| |
|QS||Thursday 16 July 2009, 6.30pm||Private Guest Night||Black tie is prefered and members are invited to bring guests.|| |
|QS||Tuesday 21 July 2009, 6.30pm.||All Inn Dining||No High Table, no booked messes, members only.|| |
|QS||Thursday 23 July 2009||Trinity A Call||The Call ceremony will be followed by a buffet lunch.|| |
|QS||Thursday 23 July 2009||Trinity B Call||The Call ceremony will be followed by a buffet supper.|| |