New exhibition commemorating Hungarian poet Ferenc Békássy opens in Cambridge next week
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A new exhibition to commemorate Hungarian poet Ferenc Békássy and his literary work on the 100-year anniversary of his death opens in Cambridge next week.
The exhibition is to be opened in front of an audience at Michaelhouse Café’ at 6pm by Cambridge University professor George Gömöri.
There will also be music by The High Street Band from Stony Stratford and Roddy Clenaghan.
The exhibition, which features artwork that has travelled across Europe, will be shown in Michaelhouse Centre and a memorial plaque is in King’s College Chapel.
The exhibition will run from Monday November 23 until January 2016.
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For more information, visit www.bekassyexhibitioncambridge.wordpress.com
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