Nothing special to report really this week, except that our meeting will be on Friday at 8PM in the Saskatchewan Room in Exeter College, just as last week. We will have someone outside the front of Exeter again up until 8PM to help guide people to the room in case you don’t know/are not sure where it is.
Looking forward to seeing many of you there on Friday, have a great week everyone!
I’m very pleased to report that Exeter College have finally sorted out their room bookings for the term, and that every week this term apart from Week 6 (18 November), we’ll have our weekly meetings in the Saskatchewan Room at Exeter College at 8PM on Fridays. Exeter College is in the city centre on Turl Street which just off Broad Street and the High Street, here’s the location on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/dDHkQqX3BbU2. The entrance to the college is the northernmost college door on the east side of Turl Street. We will put someone outside (likely myself) on the evening until 8PM as a sort of sentry to help people find their way in.
A note of courtesy: Exeter are very generous to be letting us use their facilities for free, but they don’t allow any food and drink other than bottled water in the Saskatchewan Room, so please ensure they remain friendly to us by not consuming such articles in the room.
As some of you may have seen already, we are planning a trip to the Vue cinema out near the Kassam Stadium on the evening of 24 November to see the one-off showing of the new Makoto Skinkai film ‘Your Name’. Anyone interested in this should comment on the relevant post on the Facebook group or email email@example.com this week so we know how many tickets to buy.
I hope to see many of you at the meeting at Exeter this Friday, have a great week everyone!
I’m happy to say that we’ve booked our room for the first official meeting of the year, we will be in Lecture Room B at The Queen’s College on the High Street at 8PM this Friday 14th October, that is, tomorrow. The entrance is next to a bus stop and the door is underneath a statue with a dome above it.
Something to note is that Queen’s likes us to take people inside in groups as opposed to trickling in one by one. With this in mind do please try to be prompt and aim to arrive for 7.45PM so that we can meet you at the entrance and take you in in as few groups as possible.
The running order for the night will be as follows: 8PM Samurai Champloo and Nodame Cantabile, 8.50PM Break, 9PM Mushishi and Gundam Build Fighters, 9.50PM Break, 10PM Erased and Random Episode.
Finally after we finish at about 11PM, we will be heading to the G&D’s on St Aldate’s for ice cream and to socialise after the anime, please join us if you can for this, discussions and debate often ensue and it is lots of fun.