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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

This is some information about the event so people can tell what it's about and exactly what's happening.


Another Test One

 

Date:

Friday 20 November 2015

Location:

Lecture Theatre

Ticket Price:

£12


Girls Roar! Empowerment Workshop

 

Date:

Saturday 19 November 2016, 10am - 12pm

Location:

TBC

Event Category:

Workshops and Public Seminars

Ticket Price:

Free

19 November, 10-12pm

Girls Roar! Empowerment Workshop

The University of East Anglia, in partnership with Day of the Girl Norwich, will host an empowerment workshop specifically designed for young people (aged 14-17). It will include discussion, debate and a zine making workshop. We will discuss issues affecting young people and work together to empower one another.

Free to attend

For further information contact Dr Helen Warner: helen.warner@uea.ac.uk

Venue TBC

 


Gender Matters Cafe Conversations

 

Date:

Thursday 17 November 2016 - Monday 21 November 2016

Location:

TBC

Event Category:

Cafe Conversations

Ticket Price:

Free

17, 18 and 21 November, 6-8pm

Gender Matters: Cafe Conversations

A series of Cafe Conversations - part of Being Human Festival 2016

The University of East Anglia, in partnership with Day of the Girl Norwich, will host a series of café conversations on Gender Matters. These interactive café conversations explore the relationship between research and activism, encouraging debate and discussion over relevant issues that affect women and girls across the globe. Topics under discussion include: Gender and Politics, Girls and Popular Culture, and Gendered Bodies.

Free and no need to book

For more information please contact Dr Helen Warner: helen.warner@uea.ac.uk

Being Human Festival

Venue TBC

 


Dragon Hall Debates - Climate changed? Is it too late?

 

Date:

Monday 10 October 2016, 7 - 9pm

Location:

Writers Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall, 115 King St, Norwich NR1 1QE

Event Category:

Cafe Conversations

Ticket Price:

FREE

10 October, 7-9pm, Dragon Hall, 115 King St, Norwich NR1 1QE
Climate Changed? Is it too late?
Dragon Hall Debates - Sparky Exchanges on Contemporary Controversies

UEA environmental scientist Naomi Vaughan will discuss radical options for responding to climate change; John Turnpenny, from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change will help us understand climate futures and philosopher Tom Greaves will explain what he means by environmental ethics.

Format:

The Dragon Hall Debates are led by UEA academics and hosted by Writers Centre Norwich. These FREE events are open to everyone, and no prior knowledge is needed. The speakers will talk briefly, and then the audience are invited to ask questions, offer opinions and the discussion opens up.

A pop-up bar will be on site

Information about the whole series here

For further information contact: events@uea.ac.uk


Test event

 

Date:

Friday 22 July 2016


Responses to climate change

 

Date:

Tuesday 18 October 2016 - Thursday 27 October 2016

Location:

The Forum, Norwich

Event Category:

Normal

Ticket Price:

Free

Tuesday 18 October - Thursday 27 October

Responses to climate change

Exhibition curated by the Tyndall Centre

The Forum, Norwich (see map)

Responses to Climate Change is a curated exhibition of some of the artists who have reflected on the work of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.

This exhibition takes place as part of the Norwich Science Festival.

For more information visit the festival website.


The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: 'The Storm' by Alexander Ostrovsky, translated by Frank McGuiness: An Undergraduate Final Year Production

 

Date:

Tuesday 6 December 2016, 7pm - Friday 9 December 2016, 7pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Event Category:

Performances, Normal

Ticket Price:

Free

Tuesday 6 December and Friday 9 December, 7pm

The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: 'The Storm' by Alexander Ostrovsky, translated by Frank McGuiness: An Undergraduate Final Year Production

UEA Drama Studio

This December, Third Year Drama students and staff from the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing will come together to showcase three Russian plays at the UEA Drama Studio. For one week only, Ostrovsky’s ‘The Storm’ will appear in repertory alongside ‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ by Lev Tolstoy and ‘The Cherry Orchard’ by Anton Chekhov. 

Doors open at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm. Latecomers may not be admitted.

Ticket costs: £7 (£5 concessions). To book tickets please visit the UEA Online Store.


The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: ‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ by Lev Tolstoy, translated by Michael Frayn: An Undergraduate Final Year Production

 

Date:

Wednesday 7 December 2016, 7pm - Saturday 10 December 2016, 2pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Event Category:

Performances, Normal

Ticket Price:

£7 (£5 concessions)

Wednesday 7 and Saturday 10 December, 7pm and 2.30pm

The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: ‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ by Lev Tolstoy, translated by Michael Frayn: An Undergraduate Final Year Production   

UEA Drama Studio

This December, Third Year Drama students and staff from the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing will come together to showcase three Russian plays at the UEA Drama Studio. For one week only, Tolstoy’s ‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ will appear in repertory alongside ‘The Cherry Orchard’ by Anton Chekhov and ‘The Storm’ by Alexander Ostrovsky. 

Wednesday 7 December: doors open at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm

Saturday 10 December: doors open at 1.30pm, show begins at 2pm

Ticket costs: £7 (£5 concessions). To book tickets please visit the UEA Online Store.


The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: ‘The Cherry Orchard’ by Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn: An Undergraduate Final Year Production

 

Date:

Thursday 8 December 2016, 7pm - Saturday 10 December 2016, 7pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Event Category:

Performances, Normal

Ticket Price:

£7 (£5 concessions)

Thursday 8 and Saturday 10 December, 7pm

The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: ‘The Cherry Orchard’ by Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn: An Undergraduate Final Year Production

UEA Drama Studio

This December, Third Year Drama students and staff from the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing will come together to showcase three Russian plays at the UEA Drama Studio. For one week only, Chekhov’s ‘The Cherry Orchard’ will appear in repertory alongside ‘The Storm’ by Alexander Ostrovsky and ‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ by Lev Tolstoy.    

Doors open at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm. Latecomers may not be admitted.

Ticket costs: £7 (£5 concessions). To book tickets please visit the UEA Online Store.


Minotaur Theatre Company presents: ‘The Minotaur Shorts Festival’ Three nights of new short plays from students on the Undergraduate Drama programmes

 

Date:

Thursday 3 November 2016, 7pm - Saturday 5 November 2016, 7pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Event Category:

Performances, Normal

Ticket Price:

£7 (£5 concessions)

Thursday 3, Friday 4 and Saturday 5 November, 7pm

Minotaur Theatre Company presents: ‘The Minotaur Shorts Festival’. Three nights of new short plays from students on the Undergraduate Drama programmes

UEA Drama Studio

Join us for three nights of brand new writing at the UEA Drama Studio. Each evening will showcase a different selection of new short plays; each written, directed, performed, produced and ‘teched’ by members of Minotaur Theatre Company. The Shorts Festival has become a highlight of the autumn semester at UEA, annually providing memorable, high-quality original work from a wide range of genres. Minotaur Theatre Company is UEA Drama’s in-house student theatre company, run by undergraduates from all of the Drama degree programmes. We aim to produce new and exciting theatre that challenges audiences, whilst providing our members with a wealth of opportunities to get involved in putting plays together. Book in advance to avoid disappointment.     

Doors open at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm. 

Ticket costs: £7 (£5 concessions). Book in advance to avoid disappointment.

To book tickets please visit the UEA Online Store.


Minotaur Theatre Company presents: ‘Vernon God Little’ by DBC Pierre, adapted by Tanya Ronder

 

Date:

Thursday 6 October 2016, 7pm - Saturday 8 October 2016, 7pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Event Category:

Performances, Normal

Ticket Price:

£7 (£5 concessions)

Thursday 6, Friday 7 and Saturday 8 October, 7pm

Minotaur Theatre Company presents: ‘Vernon God Little’ by DBC Pierre, adapted by Tanya Ronder

UEA Drama Studio

"Vernon Little is fifteen years old and lives with his mother in Martirio, a flea-bitten Texan town. His best friend just massacred sixteen of their classmates before killing himself. The town wants vengeance and turns its sights on Vernon. He seems to be guilty unless proven innocent and events soon spiral out of control. Vernon looks on as even his closest family and friends are seduced by the sudden fame that has fallen onto Martirio as the scene of a gruesome crime, and turn against him."

Minotaur Theatre Company is UEA Drama’s in-house student theatre company, run by undergraduates from all of the Drama degree programmes. We aim to produce new and exciting theatre that challenges audiences, whilst providing our members with a wealth of opportunities to get involved in putting plays together.

Doors at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm. Ticket costs: £7 (£5 concessions).

To book tickets please visit the UEA Online Store.


The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: ‘The Balcony’ by Jean Genet, translated by Bernard Frechtman

 

Date:

Friday 14 October 2016, 7pm - Saturday 15 October 2016, 7pm

Location:

UEA Drama Studio

Event Category:

Performances, Normal

Ticket Price:

£7 (£5 concessions)

Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October, 7pm

The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents: ‘The Balcony’ by Jean Genet, translated by Bernard Frechtman

UEA Drama Studio

A brand new production of Genet’s post-modern masterpiece, translated by Bernard Frechtman. This production is the final part of the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing’s Masters in Theatre Directing programme.

Doors open at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm. Latecomers may not be admitted.

Ticket costs: £7 (£5 concessions). To book tickets please visit the UEA Online Store.


Media and Dictatorship in Chile

 

Date:

Monday 24 October 2016, 6:30 - 8:30pm

Location:

LT1, UEA

Event Category:

All lectures, Normal

Ticket Price:

Free

Monday 24 October, 6.30 - 8.30pm

Media and Dictatorship in Chile

Writer Nick MacWilliam

LT1, UEA

Writer Nick MacWilliam will present the film El Diario de Agustín/Agustín’s Newspaper. ‘A group of students at the University of Chile investigate how Chile's most influential newspaper, El Mercurio, manipulated information to hide human rights violations carried out during Pinochet's dictatorship'. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session.

This is a free event. 

To register your interest, please contact Hazel Marsh.


Hip-hop in Venezuela

 

Date:

Monday 14 November 2016, 6:30 - 8:30pm

Location:

LT1, UEA

Event Category:

Normal, Film Screenings

Ticket Price:

Free

Monday 14 November, 6.30 - 8.30pm

Hip-hop in Venezuela

Pablo Navarrete, academic and filmmaker, and Lowkey, UK/Iraqi rapper

LT1, UEA

Academic and filmmaker Pablo Navarrete will present his film, Hip Hop Revolución. ‘British activist Jody McIntyre travels to Venezuela with UK-Iraqi rapper Lowkey to spend time with ‘Hip Hop Revolución’, a dynamic collective of musical revolutionaries. They witness their inspiring grassroots work and share music and ideas, exploring the cultural and political changes taking place in the country. At its heart, this film is about the power of music, community and the spirit of rebellion’. UK/Iraqi rapper Lowkey will be at the screening to participate in a Q&A session about rap/hip-hop and social activism.

This is a free event.

To register your interest, please contact Hazel Marsh.


Volunteering in Peru

 

Date:

Wednesday 19 October 2016, 1 - 2pm

Location:

ARTS 2.02, UEA

Event Category:

All lectures, Normal

Ticket Price:

Free

Wednesday 19 October, 1 - 2pm

Volunteering in Peru

Liz Wilson, CEO of SKIP (Supporting Kids in Peru)

ARTS 2.02, UEA

Guest speaker Liz Wilson, CEO of SKIP (Supporting Kids in Peru), will give a presentation on volunteering abroad and the work of her charity in Peru.

To register your interest, please contact Hazel Marsh.


BCLT Literary translation workshop: Translating children’s literature

 

Date:

Wednesday 12 October 2016, 5:30 - 7pm

Location:

ARTS 2.03, UEA

Event Category:

Normal, Workshops and Public Seminars

Ticket Price:

Free

Wednesday 12 October, 5.30 - 7pm

BCLT Literary translation workshop: Translating children’s literature        

Danny Hahn    

ARTS 2.03, UEA   

Free and open to the public.

Please get in touch via email if further information is needed.
 


BCLT Literary translation workshop: Style and translation

 

Date:

Wednesday 2 November 2016, 5:30 - 7pm

Location:

ARTS 2.03, UEA

Event Category:

Normal, Workshops and Public Seminars

Ticket Price:

Free

Wednesday 2 November, 5.30 - 7pm

BCLT Literary translation workshop: Style and translation        

Prof Jean Boase-Beier   

ARTS 2.03, UEA    

Free and open to the public.

Please get in touch via email if further information is needed.


BCLT Literary translation workshop: Translating for the theatre

 

Date:

Wednesday 9 November 2016, 5:30 - 7pm

Location:

ARTS 2.03, UEA

Event Category:

Normal, Workshops and Public Seminars

Ticket Price:

Free

Wednesday 9 November, 5.30 - 7pm

BCLT Literary Translation Workshop: Translating for the Theatre

Timberlake Wertenbaker   

ARTS 2.03, UEA

Free and open to the public.

Please get in touch via email if further information is required.


BCLT Literary translation workshop: How to get started in literary translation

 

Date:

Wednesday 5 October 2016, 5:30 - 7pm

Location:

ARTS 2.03, UEA

Event Category:

Normal, Workshops and Public Seminars

Ticket Price:

Free

Wednesday 5 October, 5.30 - 7pm

BCLT Literary translation workshop: How to get started in literary translation      

Rosalind Harvey (Emerging Translators Network) and Lucy Greaves   

ARTS 2.03, UEA

Free and open to the public.

Please get in touch via email for further information.