Find theatre, classical & chamber music, world, folk & jazz gigs, live comedy, dance performances, children's shows, free talks and workshops, as well as our visual art exhibitions and museum programme below.
Winter is almost over and it still hasn’t snowed. Sometimes you don’t get what you want, even when you’re made to wait… Sometimes what you end up with is something even better…
On the evening of 23 February 1820, Bow Street Runners entered a hayloft in Cato Street, London, to arrest a group of armed conspirators who were planning to assassinate the British cabinet at a dinner in Grosvenor Square.
This extraordinary Irish singer has been captivating audiences and achieving exceptional acclaim for over 20 years.
Food impacts our lives. We all have stories to share about food. These stories are embedded within food systems – even if we don’t realise it.
A one-day event showcasing inspirational individuals and two European ensembles delivering high quality and accessible music experiences for children, families and schools.
Hold onto your socks, take the banana out of your ears and enjoy the best comedy for kids from the man who invented Comedy 4 Kids.
The story of the Trojan War has been reinvented and retold for 3,000 years.
Join the Museum Keeper to find out about how the Museum delivers everything from Travelling Exhibitions in primary schools to lifelong learning.
Members of Propellor will lead a short walk around the University grounds to collect sounds with participants and then work together to create a miniature that will be performed by participants and ensemble before the Loom performances.
Propellor is a cross-genre ensemble with ambitious vision. Loom combines recordings across waves, wetlands and water channels with virtuosic instrumental writing, live electronics and video projection to produce an ‘in the round’ live experience.
Join tile makers Karen and Charlie Slade and make a pair of slip inlaid tiles to your own design and a pair of line impressed, glazed tiles.
Inspired by the iconic photographs by Richard Drew that capture a man falling from the World Trade Center, this hauntingly beautiful dance theatre explores the events surrounding 9/11.