Saturday, December 5, 2015
The groves of academe can occasionally be a little noisy, a little late. Groovy Master of Selwyn College Cambridge, Roger Mosey (who would have had to investigate Alan Yentob if he had stayed with the BBC), may have been tested last night. The college was hosting its annual black-tie Snowball, standard tickets £79, featuring DJs Philip George and Sherwinn "Dupes" Brice, plus live music from The Frontiers, "an up and coming indie rock band from Coventry", with two tracks on Soundcloud. The event had obtained sponsorship from Smirnoff and Pussy Drinks.