UEA has it all, big nights out to leisurely strolls through its nature trails
For socialising, sports and student events, Bar SU is the place to go.
Bar SU is where things get social. They’ve got a pub-style area (Red Bar), as well as a space for screening sports, holding student events and hosting club nights (Blue Bar). Hang out with your friends after lectures. Make new friends on the dance floor. Play a couple of games of pool. It’s your space to unwind in.
Ground Floor of Union House,
University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
Live music and club nights where you can dance the night away.
An incredible live music venue on the UEA campus that attracts some of the biggest names in music. Coldplay, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Faithless have graced the LCR’s stage. No gigs taking your fancy? Head over for one of the two weekly club nights for a dance with your mates.
Union House, University of East Anglia,
Norwich, NR4 7TJ
Find inspiration in the art, architecture or sculpture park.
Need a change of scene? Pop to the Sainsbury Centre to immerse yourself in a variety of artwork, including pieces by Picasso and Bacon. The building is beautiful too, designed by world-renowned architect Norman Foster. This public art museum is a great spot to sit and watch the world go by, or to find some creative inspiration.
University of East Anglia, Norfolk Road,
Norwich NR2 1HL
Societies and Clubs
Find your tribe and follow your passion by joining societies and clubs.
Find people with similar interests at the vast range of student-run societies and clubs. Have fun, make friends, learn new skills, give back and create fantastic memories. As well as all the sports clubs, there are societies to cater for all interests. Whether it’s ghost hunting or burlesque, Pokemon or Harry Potter, there’s something for everyone.
UEA Students’ Union
UEA Students’ Union Union House, University of East Anglia,
Norwich NR2 1HL
Leading you across campus, one artwork at a time.
Reclining figures. Variations on a square. Weird and wonderful beasts. Abstract art. You’ll find it all on the sculpture trail that begins at the Sainsbury Centre and winds its way around campus. Discover pieces by Antony Gormley, Henry Moore and Elizabeth Frink. Perfect for quiet contemplation or an interesting stroll.