Events at Balliol
- Chapel services are open to all members of College and to members of the public
- All concerts are free and open to the public
- We regret that some locations have no disabled access, in which case this is noted on the event page
- To see alumni events, and to book and pay online, see the alumni events page
- See dates of the University terms
- See past events
Slavery in the Age of Revolution examines the Transatlantic Slave Trade at the turbulent end of the 18th century through the lens of Balliol College’s collections.
Preacher: Revd Jane Chaffey.
Xhosa Cole Quartet - featuring an exciting jazz repertoire. Some tickets are available for optional pre-registration via this form; most will be available at the door.
A virtual information evening for students from state schools in the London borough of Brent, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk (Balliol’s link regions) who are interested in applying for either of our two access programmes for year 12 students.
Mark Baker (Career Development Fellow in Modern Global History), ‘Soviet Aid to China, 1937-1941: Camels, Spies and Warlords on the Northwest Highway’. Members of the Common Room only.
Preacher: Revd Professor Judith Brown (Emeritus Fellow).
Professor Timothy Endicott (Emeritus Fellow), Vinerian Professor of English Law, All Souls College.
Paul Lewis (piano) - featuring works by Mendelssohn, Mozart, Scriabin and Mussorgsky.
Preacher: Brett Paris.
Balliol Outreach will be giving a virtual Oxbridge talk, covering admissions arrangements for Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Open to all.