The Two Gentlemen of Verona

A riotous new production led by a joyful ensemble of players who will delight with songs, romance and chaos.....

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A free exhibition and site-specific performances exploring interfaces between the human body and the geological world

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Bill Douglas Cinema Museum

The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum welcomes the public to view its wonderful collection

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Diamond Jubilee Finale Concert

Book your tickets now for this dazzling finale to the University's Diamond Jubilee Year

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Summer's Here!

Term may have ended for the Summer but there is lots of Arts and Culture activity on Campus. 

This Summer will see conservation work being carried out on a number of our sculptures. We feel it's really important to keep the sculptures in good order for the future.  Three of the sculptures have been taken off campus to enable this essential work to be carried out - they are the 'Tiananmen Square' warrior figure, 'Tension' by Moelwyn Merchant, and 'The Seagull' by Barbara Jones.  All sculptures will be returned by the end of July 2016 and there are still many other wonderful sculptures to see if you decide to come onto the Streatham Campus to take the Sculpture Walk.

The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum is open all Summer.  Full of fascinating artefacts from the history of cinema and film, the museum is open seven days a week and entry is free.

The Exeter Northcott Theatre is offering a wonderful programme this Summer - there's something for all ages, from Blown Away - a joyous new stage adaptation of Rob Biddulph's award-winning children's book, to Shadowlands, the stunning drama written by William Nicholson that poses classic questions about religion, pain and love.

Looking Ahead

Don't forget to book now for the University's Diamond Jubilee Finale Concert by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on 25 November 2016. The final event in the University's Diamond Jubilee year, it promises to be a glittering orchestral celebration, including Rachmaninov’s romantic concerto, Walton’s patriotic Spitfire Prelude and Fugue and Strauss’ explosive overture to Die Fledermaus, not to mention a specially- commissioned fanfare written for the University by renowned composer Stephen Montague to set the whole evening off.


And finally, if you are a student or member of staff organising an arts and culture event on Campus, please don't forget to list your event on this website - it's very easy - click on the Add an Event tab on this page, complete the online form and press submit. Shortly afterwards your event will be posted online.

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