What's on at the University of Leicester this week

Posted by mjs76 at Feb 06, 2011 09:00 AM |
Events from Monday 7 February to Sunday 13 February 2011.

Monday 7 February 2011

What future: the BBC and Local Broadcasting

Lecture by Kate Squire, Managing Editor of BBC Radio Leicester, to the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society.

The Limits to Human Performance: Lessons from Olympia

Public lecture by Dr Harry B Rossiter. Part of the Olympics 2012 lecture series. Rescheduled from December.

Tuesday 8 February 2011

Cancer and death: are we asking the right questions?

Public inaugural lecture by Professor Bruno Morgan (Department of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine).

Best of the Fest

Featuring eight acts from the Leicester Comedy Festival.

Wednesday 9 February 2011

Out on the Big Ranch aka Allá en el Rancho Grand

Free public screening as part of the Mexican film Festival.

Shedding synchrotron light on the evolutionary origin of animals

Lecture by Professor Philip Donoghue (Bristol) to the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society.

Tony Lee - XXX Hypnotist

Thursday 10 February 2011

Liz Bentley in Crash Bash Trash

Comedy, music and poetry. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Supa Dupa

Featuring Lil Bow Wow, Imran Khan, Luke Bingham live, Leicester Allstars.

Friday 11 February 2011

Michael Garrick and Dominic Ashworth

Leicester Jazz House presents: piano and guitar.

Saturday 12 February 2011

The Holes in Winnicott's Trousers

Seminar by Brett Kahr as part of the Vaughan Psychotherapy Seminar series.

Life after Edinburgh

Discussion chaired by Leicester Comedy Festival director. Limited places - book early. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Caroline Horton in You're Not Like Other Girls Chrissie

A tender, comic portrayal of one woman’s experience of love and war. For ages 10+. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Misshapen Theatre Company in The Wake

Comedy theatre. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Terry Saunders in Six and a Half Loves

Comedy theatre with animation and storytelling. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Sunday 13 February 2011

Special Embrace Arts offer: All three Embrace Arts shows for £18/£15, More information

The John Lewis Partnership Dramatic Society in Comedy Shorts

Award-winning sketches by professional writers. For ages 14+. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Misshapen Theatre Company in The Wake

Comedy theatre. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

Terry Saunders in Six and a Half Loves

Comedy theatre with animation and storytelling. Part of Leicester Comedy Festival.

The Joy Formidable

Leicester's Best MC Competition

Ongoing exhibitions

The Wheel Turns

A celebration of contemporary developments in collage and assemblage. 8 January to 25 February 2011.

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