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Lines of Thought - The British Museum

Exhibition Hall

03 January 2017

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Our Creativity

20
Sep

#MoreToTheStory - Rich Sutherland

Meet Richard Sutherland.

When he isn’t organising the marketing efforts for the Assemble Fest- which sees theatrical shows staged in shops, bars and even taxis, he is also running the marketing...

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20
Sep

#MoreToTheStory - Nathan Simms

Nathan Simms, a dedicated third-year Computer Science undergraduate and DJ, is urging students to make a cultural difference by exploring and being a part of the city’s thriving arts scene.

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20
Sep

Hollywood marketing expert delivers an eye opening talk to current students

As the President of International Theatrical Marketing at Twentieth Century Fox in L.A, Kiernan Breen has a life that many people would envy. But this down to earth alumni, took the time out of his...

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20
Sep

#MoreToTheStory - Emma Fee

Hull is full of musical talent and has an established arts scene- although there are some that would disagree. Emma Fee, the lead singer of local band Happy Endings, hopes that being named City of...

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20
Sep

Drama alumni share their specialist knowledge with current students

Many might choose to spend their reunion sharing a small sherry or two but a few graduates from the class of 1976 chose to celebrate the 40th year of their graduation sharing their wisdom and giving...

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20
Sep

Place des Anges student review

Place des Anges, the first major event staged by the Hull City of Culture 2017 team, won rave reviews from audience members and featured giant cherubic inflatables, daredevil acrobats and a blizzard...

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20
Sep

Having a ball

Students at the University of Hull celebrate finishing their studies for academic year 2015/16 with the Hull University Union End Of Year Ball.

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20
Sep

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No…it’s Stealth Moth!

The University of Hull is pleased to welcome the arrival of an unusual visitor to campus: Stealth Moth!

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20
Sep

Drama course leads to an unexpected but revered career choice

When acclaimed theatre director Indhu Rubasingham started her course at the University of Hull she had no idea what kind of career she wanted, but by jumping in at the deep end and taking advantage...

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20
Sep

Eddie Dawes - A master of Biochemisty and magic

Biochemistry professor by day, magician at night. During his time at the university, Eddie Dawes researched into internal energy sources and biodegradeable thermoplastics. However, he never forgot...

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Previous Events

29 September 2016
Launch of Kath McKay’s Hard Wired
29 September 2016
Hull -Grown Bands
11 September 2016
Northern Voices: Performing Classical Work in Non-Velvet Spaces
08 September 2016
Shakespearean Transformations: Death, Life and Afterlives
08 September 2016
Shakespeare, Illustration and Interpretation
05 September 2016
Bird in a Bi-Plane
15 July 2016
Poppies: Women, War, Peace
09 August 2016
Contemporary Histories of Women, War and Peace
04 August 2016
Personal Perspectives on War and Peace

Launch of Kath McKay’s Hard Wired

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Hull -Grown Bands

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Northern Voices: Performing Classical Work in Non-Velvet Spaces

Barrie Rutter, OBE, is an acclaimed actor and the Founder and Artistic Director of Northern Broadsides, a multi-award winning touring theatre company based in Halifax, West Yorkshire. The son of a fishworker, he was born in Hull and grew up on Hessle Road.

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Shakespearean Transformations: Death, Life and Afterlives

The British Shakespeare Association Conference is an international conference and has attracted delegates from around the world. We are proud to be holding the seventh conference at Hull, which will mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

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Shakespeare, Illustration and Interpretation

Amid all the commemoration of the death centenary, one aspect has been mostly overlooked: the long tradition of illustrated editions of Shakespeare’s plays. What do they contribute to the reader’s experience of the action, language and ideas of the text? How do they interact with the plays in performance? How does their placement within the printed text define and extend their values?

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Bird in a Bi-Plane

Tracey Curtis-Taylor will tell the story of her expeditions in her 1942 bi-plane Spirit of Artemis over the past four years. Interwoven within the incredible adventure of journeys, which have taken her through some of the most beautiful and challenging parts of the planet, is the history of pioneering aviation from the golden age of aviation during the inter-war period.

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Poppies: Women, War, Peace

This touring photographic exhibition from renowned Hull-born photographer and honorary University of Hull graduate Dr Lee Karen Stow explores the personal stories of women affected by conflict from the First World War to the present day.

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Contemporary Histories of Women, War and Peace

Join a Hull historian who teaches young people about the history and legacies of the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s, which saw women affected as peace activists, workers for foreign agencies, refugees, and survivors – but where some women also participated directly in war.

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Personal Perspectives on War and Peace

Gain a fascinating insight into some of the problems encountered by women in a military context as Kanthi shares her experiences both as a woman working for the armed forces and as Clinical Psychologist to the Sri Lanka Navy.

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