April 14, 1995

WORKHOUSE THEATRE. Graduating students at The Poor School and Workhouse Theatre will perform a play by Robert Holman at the Workhouse Theatre, Pentonville Road. Today is about English people in the 1920s and 1930s making their way through the maze of class consciousness. Performances at 8pm will run until April 22, matinees at 4pm on April 15 and 22. Contact: The Poor School and Workhouse Theatre, 242 Pentonville Road, London N1 9JY. Tel 0171 9 9783. For information of other plays included on the summer programme tel 0171 837 6030.


Robin Weiss, professor of viral oncology and director of research at the Institute of Cancer Research, will give a lecture at the University of Kent at Canterbury on April 20. Contact: Anthony Baines on 02 764000.


Keele University's art gallery will be exhibiting a selection of work by Oleg Prokofiev from May 1-19. The gallery in Chancellor's Building, Keele University, ST5 5BG is open 10am to 8pm daily (including Sundays). Tel 0782 583433.


The Royal Society of Medicine has organised a conference called "New Models of Research in Doctor-Patient Communication" on May 16. Professor Perakyla, a Finnish scholar with an international reputation on the relations between medicine and social science will lecture. Presentations will follow by Christian Heath, King's College London; Kathy Davies, University of Utrecht; P. Strong, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; and Peter Campion, University of Liverpool. Group sessions will analyse consultations. The conference will be held at The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, W1M 3AE from 1.30-8.30pm. Contact: Nicole Taub on 0171 290 2987/fax 2989.


As part of the programme of Jon Lopategui memorial lectures held at Kingston University, Zygmunt Bauman, emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Leeds will lecture on May 17 at 7 pm. The lectures are held in the main lecture theatre. Contact: Information Office, Kingston University, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames. Tel 0181 347 2000.

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