The Observatory

Perspectives on landscape, society and spirit - an art exhibition inspired by the University of Exeter's research

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Losing Sight of Shore

Film and discussion about the extraordinary journey of four brave women, 'The Coxless Crew' that set out to row the Pacific

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Inaugural Lecture

In his inaugural lecture Professor Will Higbee discusses Cinema-monde: The Transnational Reach of Moroccan Cinema

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Images of Research Competition

Open to Early Career Research staff at the University - submit your exciting images of research - prizes to be won! Deadline 5 May

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Arts and Culture Spring 2017

Welcome to 2017.  Here are just some of the great Arts and Culture events happening on Campus during the Spring term.  Be sure to click o the What's On button at the top of the page to see a full events listing.

We must start by mentioning the amazing Semi-Toned, the University's own celebrity A Cappella Group who deservedly won BBC TV's 'The Choir' with Gareth Malone.  With their tightly honed sound and cheeky delivery, don't miss two opportunities to see them this Spring, firstly in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella at the Exeter Northcott Theatre on 5 February, where they will be singing along with several other delightful student A Cappella groups and then in their very own show Semi-Toned presents: Sing Theory at the Barnfield Theatre on 24 March.

The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra continues with its Exeter Season of Concerts in the University's Great Hal and Exeter Cathedral, offering a wonderful variety of classical music, from Rachmaninov to Strauss, from Barber to Debussy.

The Exeter Northcott Theatre's Spring season will be offering something for all tastes - Sing-a-long-a-Rocky Horror Picture Show, ground-breaking dance choreographed by James Wilton, an evening with Lesley Garrett and provocative and heartfelt play A Passionate Woman, to name but a few.  Check out the full Exeter Northcott Theatre programme here.

Students! The Exeter Northcott Theatre will once again be offering £5 student Standby tickets  for a selection of their productions this Spring. Student standby tickets can be bought in person at the Exeter Northcott Theatre Box Office on the day of the performance up to one hour before the advertised performance. It's worth checking in advance with the Exeter Northcott Theatre if a show you are interested in will be offering student standby tickets.

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.

Use our calendar to find out what's on. (Click Here)

You can also add your own event to the site (Click Here)




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