What's on this week at the University of Leicester

Posted by mjs76 at Nov 14, 2010 09:00 AM |
Events from Monday 15 November to Sunday 21 November 2010.

Monday 15 November 2010

The Gentle Military Man

Lecture by Dr Holly Furneaux to the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society.

Tuesday 16 November 2010

South Trent School of Operating Department Practice - Open Day

Opportunity to meet tutors and students.

Lunchtime Soundbite

Light lunchtime entertainment for free every Tuesday and Thursday at Embrace Arts.

  • Embrace Arts, 12.45pm, free, More information

    Wells Coates and the British Modern Movement

    Public lecture by Dr Elizabeth Darling (Oxford Brookes University) for the Department of History of Art and Film

  • Ken Edwards Building Lecture Theatre 2, 5,30pm, free, More information

    Wednesday 17 November 2010

    Psycholinguistics

    Public seminar by Kevin Paterson (College of Medicine, Biological Sciences, and Psychology); part of the Linguistics Seminar Series.

    Fast and furious: witnessing the birth of Africa's new ocean

    Lecture by Dr Tim Wright (University of Leeds) for the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society.

    ‘One Human Heart’: Elizabeth Gaskell's Wordsworthian vein

    Victorian Studies Lecture: public lecture by Jenny Uglow

    • Fielding Johnson Building South Wing, New Lecture Theatre, 6.00pm, More information (PDF)

    Lost Boy! aka Jim Kerr

    • O2 Academy, Postponed

    Goo Goo Dolls

    Thursday 18 November 2010

    Lunchtime Soundbite

    Light lunchtime entertainment for free every Tuesday and Thursday at Embrace Arts.

  • Embrace Arts, 12.45pm, free, More information

    The Complete Stone Roses + Kings of Lyon

    Chase and Status

    • O2 Academy, Sold Out

    Friday 19 November 2010

    Guitar concert by Yvonne Bloor and friends

    Music from South America. In association with Embrace Arts.

    Saturday 20 November 2010

    Intro to drypoint etching

    Workshop led by Nick Mobbs. Organised by Leicester Print Workshop.

    What is opera - and why it matters

    Music appreciation workshop led by John Florance. No prior knowledge required.

    A Night at the Movies

    An evening with the University of Leicester Big Band and Concert Band. Conductor: Stephen Bradley

    Stockholm by Bryony Lavery

    Production by LUTheatre (student drama society).

    Propaganda

    Over 18s only.

    Sunday 21 November 2010

  • Stockholm by Bryony Lavery

    Production by LUTheatre (student drama society).

    The Twang

    Ongoing exhibitions

    Passion2Print

    2 October to 11 December 2010