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  • Make a Roman Mosaic Loading...
    Children & Families

    Make a Roman Mosaic

    Wednesday 04 April

    Make your own beautiful Roman mosaic. Suitable for all.

  • Archaeology NOW: The Road to Qatna Loading...
    Museum

    Archaeology NOW: The Road to Qatna

    Thursday 05 April

    The Development of Syrian Archaeology: This lecture charts the history of archaeological research in Syria.

  • Design a Greek Mask Loading...
    Children & Families

    Design a Greek Mask

    Friday 06 April

    Design and make your own Ancient Greek mask to take home. Suitable for all.

  • Sanctuary: The Golder-Thompson Gift of Contemporary Photography Loading...
    Exhibitions

    Sanctuary: The Golder-Thompson Gift of Contemporary Photography

    Saturday 07 April - Sunday 13 May

    The Golder-Thompson Gift is an outstanding collection of contemporary photography recently presented to the University.

  • John Hegley: All Hail the Snail Loading...
    Children & Families

    John Hegley: All Hail the Snail

    Sunday 08 April

    Join poet John Hegley on a humorous journey through his living library of poems, songs, stories and animal drawings.

  • Comedy Workshop Loading...
    Children & Families

    Comedy Workshop

    Sunday 08 April

    How do you make a brilliant joke? Do you love to make others laugh? Then this workshop is for you. 

  • Crimes Under the Sun Loading...
    Theatre

    Crimes Under the Sun

    Tuesday 10 April

    A secluded island hotel just off the English coast becomes a crime scene, as a scandalinducing femme-fatale is felled. All the guests on the island are suspects, but are they alone and is this the first crime this idyllic island has witnessed?

  • Science in the Woods Loading...
    Children & Families

    Science in the Woods

    Tuesday 10 April

    Discover the mysterious workings of woodlands and use science to unlock the park's secrets... For ages 8+

  • Camera Obscura Workshops Loading...
    Children & Families

    Camera Obscura Workshops

    Wednesday 11 April

    The camera obscura was the first device to turn the 3D world into a 2D image. Come along and build one of these fascinating devices with photographer Jon Legge. For ages 7-11 and for ages 12-18.

  • Gallery Tour with Nicholas Alfrey: Scaling the Sublime Loading...
    Exhibitions

    Gallery Tour with Nicholas Alfrey: Scaling the Sublime

    Thursday 12 April

    Gallery tour of the Scaling the Sublime exhibition.

  • Bertrand Chamayou Piano Loading...
    Music

    Bertrand Chamayou Piano

    Thursday 12 April

    The only artist to win France's prestigious Victoires de la Musique on four occasions he was awarded the 2016 ECHO Klassik for his recording of Ravel’s complete works for solo piano, an album that was also shortlisted for Gramophone’s Instrumental Music CD of the yea

  • Transformations Loading...
    Children & Families

    Transformations

    Thursday 12 April

    Join artist and musician James E Smith for this experimental workshop responding to the Scaling the Sublime exhibition. For ages 12-18.