Events

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Upcoming events

  • Try Me, Love Me, Festival

    Monday, 29 April 2019, The Festival is Split into three parts 12-3pm, 3.30-5.30pm and 6-9pm

    Our wonderful final year MTheatre Touring Theatre students are presenting eight new pieces of contemporary theatre in the Try Me Love Me festival on the 29th of April in the Drama studio. The Festival is split into three parts and offers a taste of some of the best new work from eight emerging theatre companies.

  • ‘Transnational mobility, social mobility and subjectivity’, Dr Radu Cinpoes

    Wednesday, 01 May 2019, 6-7.30pm

    This lecture is part of the Institute of Humanities Research Seminar Series 2019 ‘Transnational mobility, social mobility and subjectivity’, Dr Radu Cinpoes (Kingston University, London) Dr Radu Cinpoes is an Associate Professor in Politics, Human Rights and International Relations, and the Head of the Department of Politics, International Relations and Human Rights at Kingston University London. He has published work on published on nationalism, radical right, political participation and on the politics of intolerance. This event will take place in the Glass Room, Level 0.

  • Book Launch for Creative Writing Prize Winners

    Thursday, 02 May 2019, 7pm

    Please Join us to celebrate the publication of the 2018 Creative writing course prize winners, Margaret Adkins and Micheal Wheatley, as they launch their two new books 'Mingled Space' and 'The Writer's Block'

  • Paediatric Palliative Medicine Growing Up – What Next? An annual Judy Dale Lecture

    Thursday, 09 May 2019, 5.15 for 5.30pm start

    It gives us great pleasure to invite you and your guest to the fifth Annual Judy Dale Lecture, delivered this year by Mark Hunter, 5.15 for 5.30pm start on Thursday 9 May, at the University of Worcester Riverside Building. The lecture will be followed by a wine and canapés reception to which you are also warmly invited.

  • The University of Worcester Staff Mental Health Network Presents: Menstrual Cycle & Menopause Awareness Workshop

    Monday, 13 May 2019, 6-8pm

    The University of Worcester Staff Mental Health Network Presents: Menstrual Cycle & Menopause Awareness Workshop Join us in an informative and introductory 2-hour workshop. Explore the connections between circadian, seasonal, life and hormonal cycles, and investigate how your own rhythms are linked to your health & wellbeing on all levels, physical, emotional and spiritual. You will be supported in circle to discover how connected you are to this power.

  • 'What doesn't kill me' screening and panel discussion

    Thursday, 16 May 2019, 18:00 – 21:15 BST

    It wasn’t until her husband attacked her in public that 86 year old Charlota Harrison found the strength to leave. In this bold, provocative film, mothers, lawyers and domestic violence experts share intimate personal stories, hard hitting facts and frank discussions about what is wrong with the Family Court System and how to fix it. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Rachel Meyrick (film producer/director), David Burrows (solicitor advocate/legal writer), Jack Webb (West Midlands police/public protection), Dr Adrienne Barnett (senior lecturer of law at Brunel University/barrister) and will be chaired by Dr Holly Taylor-Dunn (senior lecturer at University of Worcester).

  • “Eating Disorders Awareness” A talk by Tom Hawkesworth, Worcestershire Eating Disorder Service

    Thursday, 16 May 2019, 12-2PM

    The University of Worcester Staff Mental Health Network presents: “Eating Disorders Awareness” A talk by Tom Hawkesworth, Worcestershire Eating Disorder Service. This event is part of Mental Health Awareness Week.

  • Men, Muscle and Mental Health: Western Males’ Quest for the Perfect Body, by Dr Christian Edwards, Senior Lecturer at the University of Worcester.

    Friday, 17 May 2019, 12-2pm

    The University of Worcester Staff Mental Heath Network presents: “Men, Muscle, and Mental Health: Western Males’ Quest for the Perfect Body” by Dr Christian Edwards as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.

  • Pint of Science - Beautiful Mind

    Monday, 20 May 2019 - Wednesday, 22 May 2019, Doors at 6.30pm Event: 7.30pm-9.30pm

    Pint of Science, in association the the University of Worcester, is excited to present three evenings of live science talks on the theme of "Beautiful Mind" at The Paul Pry. The titles of the nights will include: "Mental health and dementia: seeing the person," "Parenting in the military family" [EARLIER START TIME OF 7PM] and "To attract or not to attract? A 21st century question."

  • Pint of Science - Our Body

    Monday, 20 May 2019 - Wednesday, 22 May 2019, Doors 6.30pm Event: 7.30pm-9.30pm

    Pint of Science, in association the the University of Worcester, is excited to present three evenings of live science talks at Annie's at the Courtyard under the titles "Understanding leukaemia," "As Old as we Feel?" and "Exercise: pushing the limits"

  • Pint of Science - Planet Earth

    Monday, 20 May 2019 - Wednesday, 22 May 2019, Doors 6.30pm Event: 7.30pm-9.30pm

    Pint of Science, in association the the University of Worcester, is excited to present three evenings of live science talks on the theme of "Planet Earth" at The Arch Rivals. The titles will include "These are the drones you’re looking for…,"How are healthy vegetables produced? Coping with plant diseases" and "African issues: an evening of two halves."

  • Pint Of Science

    Monday, 20 May 2019 - Wednesday, 22 May 2019

    Worcester University Academics put on accessible talks for the general public as part of the Pint of Science festival 2019.