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Test Sustainability Event

 

Date:

Sunday 1 November 2015

Location:

Julian Study Centre

Ticket Price:

£8

This is a test event for Sustainability

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Another Test One

 

Date:

Friday 20 November 2015

Location:

Lecture Theatre

Ticket Price:

£12


Test event

 

Date:

Friday 22 July 2016


UEA Symphony Orchestra and Sacré Théâtre concert: Campus Concert

 

Date:

Saturday 21 January 2017, 7 - 8:30pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Ticket Price:

£3

Saturday 21 January 2017, 7.00pm - 8.30pm

UEA Symphony Orchestra and Sacré Théâtre concert: Campus Concert

UEA Drama Studio (UEA campus)                                

Beethoven, Symphony No.5

Debussy/Louÿs, Les Chansons de Bilitis

 

UEA Symphony Orchestra and Sacré Théâtre warmly invite you to join them for a special campus-based concert on Saturday 21 January at 7.00pm in the UEA Drama Studio.

The concert will feature performances, by UEA Symphony Orchestra, of Beethoven’s celebrated Symphony No.5 and Debussy/Louÿs’ haunting Les Chansons de Bilitis.

A towering victory of will over adversity – Beethoven’s Symphony No.5 is the best known in the literature for its unyielding advocacy of the best that we can be. Come and experience this triumph of the human spirit at close quarters.

Sensuous and haunting, Louÿs’ Sapphic poetry and Debussy’s epigrammatic music combine to form a long-lost world, where the young woman Bilitis discovers the pleasures and the sadness of desire.

UEA Symphony Orchestra will be joined in their performance of Les Chansons de Bilitis, by the UK’s longest-running permanent French language theatre company, Sacré Théâtre.

Please note:

Doors open at 6.30pm

Seating is unreserved. Latecomers may not be admitted, so please arrive at the Studio in good time.

We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled.

All profits from UEA Music Centre concerts are used to fund scholarships for students.


Lunchtime Concert: UEA Music Centre Award Holder

 

Date:

Wednesday 1 February 2017, 1:10 - 1:55pm

Location:

Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre

Ticket Price:

Free

Take a break from work or study and join UEA Music Centre for the first of their spring Lunchtime Concerts on Wednesday 1 February at 1.10pm in the Strode Concert Room (UEA Music Centre).

This first concert will feature recently appointed UEA Music Centre Award holders

Admission is free and all are welcome, up to the capacity of the Strode Concert Room.

For further information about the concert, please visit: www.uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events, email: musicevents@uea.ac.uk or phone: 01603 593948.

Please note:

Running time is 45 minutes.

Seating is unreserved and space is limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.


Lunchtime Concert: UEA Music Centre Award Holders

 

Date:

Wednesday 1 March 2017, 1:10 - 1:55pm

Location:

Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre

Ticket Price:

Free

Take a break from work or study and join UEA Music Centre for the second of their spring Lunchtime Concerts on Wednesday 1 March at 1.10pm in the Strode Concert Room (UEA Music Centre).

This second concert will feature recently appointed UEA Music Centre Award holders.

Admission is free and all are welcome, up to the capacity of the Strode Concert Room.

Please note:

Running time is 45 minutes.

Seating is unreserved and space is limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.


UEA Community Choir Open Rehearsal 2017

 

Date:

Thursday 28 September 2017, 1 - 2pm

Location:

UEA Square

UEA Community Choir Open Rehearsal 2017

Thursday 28 September, 1-2pm, UEA Square, All Welcome.

UEA Community Choir has been a real success story over the past year, becoming embedded in the Music Centre’s schedule and the Wednesday lunchtime plans of many students, staff and members of our community. Join us on Thursday 28 September, at 1pm, in the UEA Square for an introductory session open to all.

Directed by UEA Director of Music, Stuart Dunlop, UEA Community Choir is for those who want to start singing in a choir (even if they have never done so before); want to sing in a more informal way, sometimes with more contemporary music; or want to sing for fun and explore their voice.

UEA Community Choir is audition-free and open to all (staff, students, and members of the community). No music reading will be required.

If you are interested in joining UEA Community Choir, and taking part in the open rehearsal, please email musicevents@uea.ac.uk to register your interest. Please note that following the rehearsal, there will be regular sessions on Wednesday lunchtimes during semester time.

 

The open rehearsal is part of the UEA Faculty of Arts and Humanities ‘I Love Arts and Humanities’ project. A project which has been designed to improve the student experience and showcase what the Faculty of Arts and Humanities has to offer #ILoveHUM #UEA


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Date:

Friday 29 September 2017, 1 - 2pm

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Spring Literary Festival - Jesmyn Ward

 

Date:

Wednesday 25 April 2018, 7pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Event Category:

Literature

Ticket Price:

£56/£48/£9/£5

Wednesday 25 April, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Spring Literary Festival - Jesmyn Ward

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Jesmyn Ward is the author of the novels Where the Line Bleeds, Salvage the Bones, which won the 2011 National Book Award, and Sing, Unburied, Sing, which won the 2017 National Book Award. She is also the editor of the anthology The Fire This Time and author of the memoir Men We Reaped – a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. In 2017 she was awarded a MacArthur ‘Genius’ grant. She lives in Mississippi with her family.

The talk will be followed by a book signing in Waterstones.

Season ticket (all eight events): £56/£48 (students)

Individual tickets: £9/£5 (students)

For more information and to book tickets, please visit the UEA Literary Festival website.


Spring Literary Festival - Madeline Miller

 

Date:

Wednesday 2 May 2018, 7pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Event Category:

Literature

Ticket Price:

£56/£48/£9/£5

Wednesday 2 May, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Spring Literary Festival - Madeline Miller

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Madeline Miller is the author of The Song of Achilles, which won the Orange Prize for Fiction 2012, was shortlisted for the Stonwall Writer of the Year 2012, was an instant New York Times bestseller, and was translated into twenty-five languages. Madeline holds an MA in Classics from Brown University, and taught Latin, Greek and Shakespeare to high school students for over a decade. She has also studied at the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought, and at Yale School of Drama. Her new novel is the much-anticipated Circe.

The talk will be followed by a book signing in Waterstones.

Season ticket (all eight events): £56/£48 (students)

Individual tickets: £9/£5 (students)

For more information and to book tickets, please visit the UEA Literary Festival website.


Spring Literary Festival - Christie Watson

 

Date:

Wednesday 9 May 2018, 7pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Event Category:

Literature

Ticket Price:

£56/£48/£9/£5

Wednesday 9 May, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Spring Literary Festival - Christie Watson

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Christie Watson, a graduate of the Creative Writing MA at UEA, was a registered nurse for twenty years before writing full time. Her first novel, Tiny Sunbirds Far Away, won the Costa First Novel Award and her second novel, Where Women Are Kings, was published to international critical acclaim. Her latest, The Language of Kindness, about her life as a nurse, is one of the most anticipated books of 2018.

The talk will be followed by a book signing in Waterstones.

Season ticket (all eight events): £56/£48 (students)

Individual tickets: £9/£5 (students)

For more information and to book tickets, please visit the UEA Literary Festival website.


Spring Literary Festival - Emma Healey

 

Date:

Wednesday 16 May 2018, 7pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Event Category:

Literature

Ticket Price:

£56/£48/£9/£5

Wednesday 16  May, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

Spring Literary Festival - Emma Healey

Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Emma Healey moved to Norwich in 2010 to study for the MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. Her first novel, Elizabeth is Missing, won the Costa First Novel Award 2014 and was shortlisted for the National Book Awarda Popular Fiction Book of the Year, going onto sell over a million copies worldwide. Her second novel, Whistle in the Dark, a gripping mystery about a mother and daughter, is published in May 2018.

The talk will be followed by a book signing in Waterstones.

Season ticket (all eight events): £56/£48 (students)

Individual tickets: £9/£5 (students)

For more information and to book tickets, please visit the UEA Literary Festival website.


European Cinema - A Hijacking

 

Date:

Tuesday 8 May 2018, 5pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

Event Category:

Film screenings and exhibitions

Ticket Price:

Free

Tuesday 8 May, 5pm

European Cinema - A Hijacking

Danish, Tobias Lindholm 2013

Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

A selection of European films, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department.

Free to attend. For more information, please email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou.


European Cinema - After The End of the World

 

Date:

Tuesday 24 April 2018, 5pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

Event Category:

Film screenings and exhibitions

Ticket Price:

Free

Tuesday 24 April, 5pm

European Cinema - After The End of the World

Bulgarian, Ivan Nitchev 2011

Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

A selection of European films, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department.

Free to attend. For more information, please email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou.


European Cinema - Highway to Hellas

 

Date:

Tuesday 1 May 2018, 5pm

Location:

Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

Event Category:

Film screenings and exhibitions

Ticket Price:

Free

Tuesday 1 May, 5pm

European Cinema - Highway to Hellas

German, Aron Lehmann 2015

Lecture Theatre 3, UEA

A selection of European films, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department.

Free to attend. For more information, please email Dr Vassiliki Koutrakou.


UEA Qualitative Research Methods Symposium 2018

 

Date:

Thursday 12 April 2018, 10am - 4pm

Location:

Julian Study Centre, University of East Anglia

Understanding Migration: How Can Qualitative Research Methods Help?

Thursday 12 April, 10am - 4pm

Migration both shapes and challenges the world in which we live and as a field of research is of global importance. Qualitative research methods can be used to explore and debate diverse issues related to the migration experience and the representation of migrants but this presents not only opportunities but also methodological and ethical challenges. 

We invite researchers to our annual UEA Qualitative Research Methods Symposium. The symposium will provide a supportive environment in which to consider critically the role of qualitative methodologies in migration research. Questions that we will explore include:

  • How can we use qualitative methodologies to advance our understanding of the lived experience of migrants?
  • How can qualitative research be used to investigate the multiple dimensions and scales of migration processes?
  • What are the ethical and representational challenges of undertaking research with diverse migrant communities?
  • What new challenges do emerging migration research agendas present to qualitative researchers?

The symposium will showcase examples of the use of qualitative research methods to study migration, both by the dynamic community of migration researchers at UEA and other research groups in the United Kingdom. The programme will include interactive presentations and participatory workshops, as well as time to share ideas and explore potential collaborations.

 

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UEA Live - Imogen Hermes Gowar and Rachel Hore

 

Date:

Thursday 3 May 2018, 7pm

Location:

Venue TBC

Event Category:

Literature

Ticket Price:

Free

Thursday 3 May, 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

UEA Live: Imogen Hermes Gower and Rachel Hore

Please note: venue TBC

The final UEA Live of spring 2018 is headlined by debut novelist and UEA creative writing MA graduate, Imogen Hermes Gowar. Also featuring special faculty guest reader and Sunday Times bestselling author, Rachel Hore.

Imogen Hermes Gowar won the Malcolm Bradbury Memorial Scholarship to study for an MA in creative writing at UEA. She won the Curtis Brown Prize for her dissertation, which became her debut novel, The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock, published January 2018. An early draft was a finalist in the MsLexia First Novel Competition 2015, and it was also one of three entries shortlisted for the inaugural Deborah Rogers Foundation Writers’ Award.

‘The richness and rhythm of the writing is irresistible.’ - Emma Healey

Rachel Hore is the author of eight novels including The Glass Painter’s Daughter, The Silent Tide, The House on Bellevue Gardens, and her latest, The Last Letter Home, which will be published March 2018.

UEA Live, in collaboration with Writers' Centre Norwich, present a series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA writing talent. Admission is free.

For more information, please email Kate Moorhead-Kuhn, call 01603 877177, or follow New Writing on Facebook.


Barenaked Ladies

 

Date:

Wednesday 25 April 2018, 7:30pm

Location:

The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA

Event Category:

Gigs

Ticket Price:

£30

Wednesday 25 April, 7.30pm

Barenaked Ladies

The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA

All gigs are for over 14s only.

Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee.

For more information, visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk, email the UEA Box Office, or call 01603 508050.