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Trinity Hall June Event

Picture what you can’t see.

This year, the June Event invites you
to a space where thoughts and ideas form,
where perception and imagination collide.

21 / 06 / 17


Price categories
Standard £90
Queue Jump £100
Limited Second Release Standard

There is an optional £2 donation to selected charities.

Buy tickets here

Ticket Release
Trinity Hall 17:00 Thursday 9th Feb
General Release 17:00 Friday 10th Feb

Any enquiries, please email

Music & Ents

Many people will already be aware of Jungle in their full band form: a central creative core of exceptional London-based producers, songwriters and frontmen J and T, who would expand to a thrilling seven piece band to perform live. Their one (eponymous) album to date was released in 2014 to huge acclaim - a mesmeric, future-facing, modern soul record that was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize while selling over 100,000 copies in the UK alone. At the same time, Jungle have built a parallel burgeoning career as exemplary DJs and impeccable curators. It’s a direction which has allowed J and T to explore a whole world of more club-focused sounds, showcasing a kaleidoscopic away of electronic influences while absorbing the wide eyed euphoria of the dancefloor. Initially building their name on the DJ scene by throwing a series of parties over the last two years with much respected London promoters Percolate, Jungle have since shared DJ line ups with a who’s who of contemporary club culture including Leon Vynehall, Ben UFO, Midland, Henry WU, Hot Chip and Young Marco. Meanwhile, the duo have released mixes for Giles Peterson and Solid Steel, and helmed an influential Spotify 'In Residence’ series to widespread acclaim.


The Exchange has been running for six years, and we can say with some certainty that we've never heard a story quite like Arthur Smith's. This could be because it doesn't even seem to make sense. He's an artist who's done so much but is known for so little of it—"Wait, you did that!?" is something he's used to hearing. This is why Smith feels his career has only just begun—despite making music since 1989. In 2016, he's mostly known as Artwork, the DJ behind Art's House, an event series with ties to London and Ibiza, and as one-third of Magnetic Man, his "dubstep super group" with Skream and Benga who achieved the genre's first mainstream success. But did you know he had a notable career as a techno artist back in the '90s? Or that he co-wrote one of UK garage's biggest hits? How about the fact he has reasonable claim to have invented dubstep? Or that he had a sideline writing remixes for some of the world's biggest pop stars? Smith is also a famous raconteur, a social media goofball, and a man who once had a Domino's pizza delivered to a train, so the anecdotes were flowing freely in this recent conversation with RA editor Ryan Keeling.


They sing of escapism, death and diving headfirst into relationships they know will destroy them. They make sumptuous, soulful rock music in a dour ex-munitions factory. They’re the fatalistic sound of the future. You are cordially invited to Palace, this generation’s most moving evolution in alt-rock.

Denis Sulta

Denis Sulta has rapidly emerged as one of the most exciting new prospects from the ever-fertile Glasgow scene. His unique sound has been carefully crafted having earned his stripes and a large part of his musical education and knowledge through working at the internationally renowned Rubadub record store, whilst holding down regular and ongoing sets at the world famous Sub Club.

Having honed his craft under the guidance of some of the most respected local selectors, DJs and producers, Denis Sulta has garnered multiple releases with his early signing to Dixon Avenue Basement Jams in 2014. Since then he has showed his dominating abilities within the electronic music industry noted by his opulent and punchy releases on Numbers and most recently his own imprint, Sulta Selects.

Sulta’s meticulous and diverse approach to dance music has seen his stand out capabilities reach unbelievable new heights for someone still so young. Continued praise and support from fellow DJs and producers such as Jackmaster, Skream, Four Tet, and Optimo have aided Denis Sulta, and ultimately, his incredible hard work has allowed him to play alongside and work on projects for Annie Mac both at Radio 1 and at the legendary Space, Ibiza. The prodigal producer has successfully graduated from the Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal with his records playing on the radio and in nightclubs the world over. To end out 2016 Denis Sulta skyrocketed in at #26 on the RA Top 100 Poll, becoming the highest new entry that year, and if rumour has it, also ever. It is undeniably clear to see that there is no slowing down for the illustrious Mr Sulta.


There are more ways than one to experience Mind’s Eye – why not apply to be part of our team?

We’re looking for friendly, enthusiastic people to be part of our event as:

  • area managers
  • food and drinks workers
  • recycling staff
  • stage managers
  • security personnel
  • general workers

By applying to the Trinity Hall June Event 2017, you are applying to be part of a unique event which provides a lively and respectful atmosphere for its workers and that we hope you find a rewarding and enjoyable experience.

All positions that we offer are paid apart from some half-on/half-off roles which are limited to applications from Trinity Hall at this stage in the application process. No prior experience is required, but will be preferred for managerial roles. For more information about specific roles and worker descriptions, please head to the worker’s applications Facebook event.

To apply please fill in the form here.

We strongly encourage applications from a diverse range of people, if there is anything we can do to make working the event accessible for you, or if you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to email the Personnel Manager.

Food & Drink

We invite you to indulge your imagination: stepping foot inside, you will be confronted with a dazzling array of delicious food courtesy of Cambridge-favourites Aromi and Urban Shed. What’s more, would it really be a Tit Hall June Event without a sizzling barbeque and delectably hot, sugary doughnuts?

It’ll be both traditional and unusual, with a careful curation of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, catering to every taste. All of this will be accompanied by Red Bull mocktails and La Raza cocktails, plus a scintillating selection of other drinks to ensure that nobody leaves un-satisfied.



ClientEarth are international lawyers committed to securing a healthy planet. Using the law, science and policy, ClientEarth creates practical solutions to our biggest environmental challenges from air pollution and climate change to habitat loss and greening our energy supply. Just last autumn the charity won a High Court case against the UK Government over its failure to tackle the UK’s illegal air pollution. The planet faces an uncertain future but ClientEarth believes that by using the law in innovative ways you can change the world.

Syria Relief

Since March 2011, Syria Relief has been working in response to the conflict in Syria. Syria Relief provides emergency aid, educational and medical facilities and vocational training to support families and internally displaced people from Allepo. The projects are long term and run in cooperation with local municipalities as well as local and international organisations. Thanks to all of these links, Syria Relief is able to respond immediately and take the appropriate action and provide aid to those who need it most.


Sophie Köppe Bindslev
Daniel Bakşi
Vice President
Mano Emmanuel
Jamie Turpin
Jasmin Abbott
Joe Tompkins
Isaac Squires
Daphne EN
Non-musical Ents
Andre Chan
Will Parr
Olivia Lisle
Hamish Jackson
Micheala Chan
Sarah Burgess
Tobias Bharucha
Sam Helfgott
Kovács Bálint
Chris Jones