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ItSoc Social/Conversation Night

 Join us for one of our legendary conversation nights at the Maypole! You’ll get to speak Italian with Italians over a drink (alcohol  notoriously improves everyone’s language skills). Open to Italians and not Italians, native and non-native speakers alike – we  want to make this as diverse and fun as possible. Don’t miss out When? … Continue reading »

Swap with Cypriot society
News / Socials

Swap with Cypriot society

  Join us for a Mediterranean dinner at the Copper Kettle to brag about our beautiful landscape and culture and complain about the British weather/food. 20 places available, £12 per person. Email Daria at vice-president@cuitaliansociety.org.uk or Nicolas at nm557@cam.ac.uk to book. When: Friday 29th January at 20:00 Where: Agora at The Copper Kettle, 4 Kings … Continue reading »

Term Card Lent 2016
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Term Card Lent 2016

“Coll’anno nuovo, il caso incomincerà a trattar bene voi e me e tutti gli altri, e si principierà la vita felice. Non è vero?” (Giacomo Leopardi) Happy new year to all our CUITSoc members and Italo-philes! We hope you’ve had a great Christmas and well-deserved break. With the new year, we’d like to invite you to … Continue reading »

CUItSoc Conversation Night
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CUItSoc Conversation Night

Practice your conversation skills in a friendly and informal environment! Our Conversation Night is open to all those who want to improve their Italian by chatting with native speakers. Please note that we only have 15 places available so remember to sign up here if you want to attend: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e094aaea92baafa7-italian We look forward to seeing … Continue reading »

Amarcord
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Amarcord

  For our second cinema night of term, we are presenting one of legendary film director Federico Fellini’s greatest works: the 1973 masterpiece “Amarcord”. In an Italian seaside town, young Titta (Bruno Zanin) gets into trouble with his friends and watches various local eccentrics as they engage in often absurd behavior. Frequently clashing with his … Continue reading »