Spoken Word
Speeches in the Chapter House 
Speeches in the Chapter House is a long-running King’s Week competition, in which each English class selects a representative to deliver their speech in the inspiring setting of the Chapter House. This year will see a blend of the traditional with the more modern and topical. 
Thursday 30th June
2:30 – 3:30 pm
Chapter House
King’s Week Lectures
OCD: myths, facts and chemistry of the brain - William Allfrey
The origin of Maoris - Allegra Woods
The formation of economics - Linda Tian
Thursday 30th June
5:00 - 5:45 pm
The Internet Subculture of Idealising East Asian Cultures - Sylvain Chan
The magic behind blockchain - Ai Daniil Bekirov
Friday 1st July
6:15 - 7:00 pm
Dental archaeology: voices from beyond the grave - Charlotte Lester
Sex in Feminist Literature - Naomi Cray  15+ 
Saturday 2nd July
6:00 - 6:45pm

Poetry & Prose
Poetry and Prose Journal is a student-run King’s Week publication that celebrates the creative writing of King’s students. Read some of the best pieces King’s has to offer this year.
All Week
Update to follow

Mind’s Eye
Now in its twelfth year, Mind’s Eye is a unique non-fiction annual magazine with articles by pupils about politics, religion, psychology, art, fashion, science, sociology, sport, philosophy and much more. 
All Week
Update to follow
A Cuppy Conversation
Whether she is DJing at a Presidential Inauguration, presenting her Breakfast show on BBC 1Xtra radio, ringing the New York Stock Exchange closing bell, studying for her second MSc at Oxford University, or helping others through her acts of philanthropy, Cuppy (OKS, Broughton) pursues EVERY opportunity with passion and dedication! Join us to learn how she achieved success… and maybe learn a thing or two about DJing.
Friday 1st July 
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Shirley Hall
Hamlet in the Herb Garden 
Hamlet is Shakespeare’s longest play; at over 4000 lines, it would take around four hours to perform in full. The English Department will reduce this to just half an hour. Different combinations of pupils and staff will deliver a semi-staged reading of excerpts of the play, set against the beautiful backdrop of the Cathedral Herb Garden.
Friday 1st  & Saturday 2nd July
5:15 - 5:45 pm
Cathedral Herb Garden 

Café Théâtre
Enjoy a glass of wine and some hors d’oeuvres whilst being entertained by French drama, music, song and dance. A real treat for Francophiles.
Monday 4th July 
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Pupils' Social Centre
King’s Week Challenge 
Be part of the audience as pupils and teachers compete for the title in this University Challenge-style quiz. Will History forget their dates, Chemistry fail to bond, or the Games Department drop the ball? Test your general knowledge, so long as you don’t shout the answers too loudly!
Thursday 30th June
4:00 – 4:30 pm
Saturday 2nd July
4:45 – 5:15 pm
Monday 4th July
3:30 – 4:15 pm
Green Court Pod

Would I Lie to You? 
Are the staff as good at spotting lies as they like to think? How certain are you that they always tell the truth? Will you discover their darkest secrets or be taken in by their beguiling words? Come along to this year’s WILTY and watch as our teams try to distinguish fact from fiction!
Tuesday 5th July
5:30 – 6:15 pm
Green Court Marquee

Maths Battle!!
Through a series of problems and logic puzzles, we are determined to find the best and the brightest mathematical minds in our school. We are welcoming students and staff members to come and fight for the title or witness the ruthless battle between maths wizards!
Monday 4th July
4:15 – 5:15 pm 

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