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Events

  • An ensemble dedicated to exploring the energy of sounds, and the webs of ideas that form around them. Friday 5 December 2014, Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 1.15pm.
  • By Dr Ian Sapiro (University of Leeds). Tuesday 2 December 2014, Larkin Building L201, 4.15pm. Free admission, all welcome.
  • The story of a young Saudi girl with a burning desire for a bicycle. Film introduced by Dr. James Aston, School of Drama, Music and Screen. Monday 1 December 2014, Union Mash Up, Princes Avenue, 6.30pm. Free admission, all welcome.
  • Friday 28 November 2014, Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 1.15pm.
  • By William 'Billy' Ivory (Honorary Lecturer, University of Nottingham). Mondy 24 November 2014, Graduate School Seminar Room (1st floor), 4.30pm. All welcome.
  • Saturday 22 November 2014, Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 7.45pm (preceded by a talk at 6.30pm).
  • Featuring special guest Soweto Kinch. Saturday 22 November 2014, Hull Truck Theatre, 7.30pm.
  • Bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines, this two day conference will encourage a wide-ranging consideration of the contribution made to society by comedy in all its forms. Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 November 2014.
  • Part of Hull Jazz Festival. Friday 21 November 2014, Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 1.15pm.
  • Electronic Composition students will be performing their live sets as part of this popular electronic music night.

News

  • As part of the Hull Jazz Festival, the School of Drama, Music and Screen are hosting the Jonathan Gee Trio, and students from the University’s Jazz Æsthetic, directed by Dr Peter Elsdon, will perform alongside saxophonist Soweto Kinch.
  • Dr Mark Slater, of the School of Drama, Music and Screen, appears, as part of the Nightports music production project, on the latest compilation of internationally renowned broadcaster and DJ Gilles Peterson.
  • The School of Drama, Music and Screen played a prominent role in the recent unveiling of ambitious new plans by Hull’s Holy Trinity Church.
  • University of Hull to present ‘A Roving Soul: Walking the City with Walter Benjamin’ audio walk for inaugural Humanities Festival.
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