Monday 25th March 2013 , 7pm
Queens College Hall, Oxford University
The Evidence Live 2013 gala dinner is a unique opportunity to dine together with speakers and top poster presenters at historic Queens College. A four-course dinner with wine is provided for £75 (inclusive of VAT) and includes pre-dinner drinks.
About Queens College
The Queen’s College, Oxford was founded in 1341 by Robert de Eglesfield under license from Edward III to construct a collegiate hall under the name of ‘The Hall of the Queen’s Scholars at Oxford’. The College is one of the oldest constituent Colleges of the University of Oxford.
Many of the original statutes for the College are still followed today, including such traditional observances as the summoning of the Members of the College to dinner by a trumpet call. Throughout the year the College observes feasts of the Church, including the All Saints’ Gaudy on All Saints’ Day, the famous Boar’s Head Gaudy just before Christmas, and the Needle and Thread Gaudy early in the New Year.
The Hall was built in 1714 and is the most wonderful venue for a Gala Dinner.