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Inspired in Hull with Alumna Claire Birkenshaw: Reflections on a trans experience in education

Middleton Hall

26 February 2020

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Our Creativity

28
Jan

Opera North Intern 2019/20: Internship diary: January 2020

13th November

La petite boheme rehearsals at The Lowry, Salford.

 

The first day of my ON internship was spent at The Lowry watching rehearsals for La petite boheme, which toured in Manchester and...

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28
Jan

WOW - What Now Hull?

On a cold and drizzly January evening a collection of women from various backgrounds, age, colour and even some men were waiting eagerly for the arrival of one of the iconic women of recent years....

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25
Oct

Reflecting the perspectives of disabled people

One of the objectives of the University’s cultural strategy is to make the campus a cultural destination in the city and to work in partnership with cultural organisations in co-curating our arts...

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27
Sep

Drama students and graduates shine at Edinburgh Fringe

This year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival had, once again, an impressive participation from the students and graduates of Hull’s Drama department. Dozens of them take an active part in the festival every...

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06
Sep

Hull Uni Alumni are Rehearsing their Robo-Show on Campus


Local theatre company Brick by Brick utilises the power of laughter to tell a story, providing audiences with a comical reflection on the nuances that make us human. 

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21
Mar

Composer Gavin Bryars’ University of Hull performance

Acclaimed composer Gavin Bryars and his Ensemble will be joined by singer and songwriter Gavin Friday for a performance of Nothing Like the Sun, Bryars’ commission for Opera North and the Royal...

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15
Mar

“It’s been enlightening”

History student Ethan Harding gained valuable work experiences at the University of Hull during the Hull UK City of Culture year: firstly as a Gallery Assistant on a National Portrait Gallery...

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13
Dec

Ben Fowler: Music graduate to international composer

It has been a bit of a rollercoaster ride for music graduate Ben Fowler.

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19
Oct

First Government Art Collection exhibition for UK City of Culture

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11
Oct

CAIRNS sculptures to stay until end of 2017

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Previous Events

20 February 2020
Hull Chamber Music presents: So Many Stars
18 February 2020
Ferens Fine Art Lecture Series 2020 Perspective and Reverspective: Patrick Hughes
13 February 2020
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: From the New World
13 February 2020
Meet the Musicians of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
05 February 2020
Tracey Thorn - The Barbara Canham Turner Annual Lecture
03 February 2020
Whistle Stop Opera: The Marriage of Figaro
10 March 2020
The Institute of Applied Ethics presents: Research Impact, Ethics and Academic Integrity
19 January 2020
Royal Ballet Encore Broadcast Screening ‘The Sleeping Beauty’
15 January 2020
WOW - What Now?
28 August 2019
‘I Am the Coyote’: the Art of the Special Unit ’74 and HMP Humber’s Graft Studio 2019
23 June 2018
OpenCampus Reading Group: The Moomins and the Great Flood (1945), Tove Jansson
21 June 2018
I am Mehdi Ahmadi
05 November 2019
Royal Ballet live broadcast screening: Concerto / Enigma Variations / Raymonda Act III

Hull Chamber Music presents: So Many Stars

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Ferens Fine Art Lecture Series 2020 Perspective and Reverspective: Patrick Hughes

The Ferens Fine Art Lecture Series, is an established highlight in the University programme. Every year the series explores a different theme around art. This year we have chosen, ‘Realism in Art’ and thhe series will examine how different perspectives of reality in an artistic and creative context can be used to explore themes of responsibility, ethics and identity and how it can help us understand abstract, distant concepts. 

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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: From the New World

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra perform some of the best-loved pieces by Kodály, Rachmaninoff and Dvořák

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Event Reviews

Meet the Musicians of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Informal, pre-concert reception with some of the musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
 

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Tracey Thorn - The Barbara Canham Turner Annual Lecture

An Evening with Tracey Thorn and launch of the paperback of her memoir Another Planet: A Teenager in Suburbia

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Whistle Stop Opera: The Marriage of Figaro

Whistle Stop Opera: The Marriage of Figaro

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The Institute of Applied Ethics presents: Research Impact, Ethics and Academic Integrity

by Dr Rene Brauer 

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Royal Ballet Encore Broadcast Screening ‘The Sleeping Beauty’

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WOW - What Now?

Presented by the University of Hull and WOW - Women of the World and hosted by Jude Kelly, CBE 

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‘I Am the Coyote’: the Art of the Special Unit ’74 and HMP Humber’s Graft Studio 2019

Extended until January 2020

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Event Reviews

OpenCampus Reading Group: The Moomins and the Great Flood (1945), Tove Jansson

OpenCampus Reading Group - Reliving Children’s Favourite Literature

Speaker: Catherine Sadler, PhD Candidate in Creative Writing, University of Hull.  

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I am Mehdi Ahmadi

Two new performances created for Refugee Week, followed by a Q and A with writers, directors and actors. 'I am Mehdi Ahmadi' is the story of a refugee's journey to Hull.

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Royal Ballet live broadcast screening: Concerto / Enigma Variations / Raymonda Act III

Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled.

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