Place Symposium

To mark 10 years of Geography at the Penryn campus,a symposium brings together academics, artists and writers to celebrate Place

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Art and Soul

Victorians and the Gothic Exhibition at RAMM

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

BSO Concert Season 2014/2015 at the University's Great Hall

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Saving Faces

An exhibition of oil paintings by Mark Gilbert

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New for the Spring: Arts and Culture in 2015

2015 is now with us and already an exciting programme events is taking place on Campus, from a Winter Wassail, to the Footlights production of Evita, from comedians Richard Herring and Simon Amstell, and not to forget a new touring production of the nation's favourite play The History Boys.

There will also be a number of concerts from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra 's new season at the University's Great Hall.

Why not book tickets for the  Place Symposium, an afternoon/evening symposium of discussion, poetry, music and artist talks on the subject of Place, which will be taking place at the Penryn Campus on 27 March 2015.

If you're a creative student, staff or alumnus, why make not make 2015 the year you finally enter an arts competition? Entries are already trickling in for Arts and Culture's Paddon Award 2015, and you have until 16 February to submit your entry. Whether it's a musical composition, a work of visual art or a piece of creative writing, seize this opportunity to explore your creative side!


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