Alumni Challenge Debate in Paris – Trinity vs Cambridge

"This House believes that the best is yet to come"

The Trinity College Dublin Society of Paris is challenging the Cambridge University Alumni Society of Paris to a debate this autumn, which will be hosted at the Irish Embassy at the kind invitation of HE Ambassador of Ireland to France and Trinity alumna Patricia O’Brien.

Date & Time: Thursday 10 October 2019, 7.00pm–8.45pm

Venue: Embassy of Ireland, 12 avenue Foch (entrance 4 rue Rude), 75116 Paris

The debate will be launched at 7.00pm, followed by drinks to conclude at 8:45 pm. The Trinity speakers will be Edward Donelan and Declan Mc Cavana, joined by special guest David Doyle. They will open the floor and contest the motion "The best is yet to come". Learn more about our speakers below – TCD’s honour is in their hands!

Cambridge has put forward an impressive team, with Andrew Lyndon-Skeggs and Edward Archer at the reins, assisted by special guest Alan Riding. Learn more about the Cambridge speakers below.

Tickets for this event are now on sale via https://www.helloasso.com/associations/trinity-college-dublin-alumni-society-of-paris/evenements/challenge-debate-against-cambridge-university (please scroll down for further details).

Tickets must be booked by Sunday 6th October. As the debate takes place in the Irish Embassy, members and guests must bring photographic ID in order to be admitted to the event.

Tickets for Trinity vs Cambridge Challenge Debate in Paris

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