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  • Friday 6 February 2015, Holy Trinity Parish Church, Hull, 1.15pm.
  • Thursday 5 February 2015, Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 7.45pm.
  • Newland Music Lecture by Dr David Hunter, University of Texas at Austin. Tuesday 3 February 2015, Larkin Building L201, 4.15pm. Free admission, all welcome.
  • Conducted by George Kennaway. Performing two Czech masterpieces in the Year of Czech Music. Friday 19 December 2014, Albermarle Music Centre, 1.15pm.
  • A play for young people, written by Simon Stephens and directed by Kerala Irwin. Wednesday 17 - Friday 19 December 2014, Donald Roy Theatre, 7.30pm.
  • An Evening of Sonic Art and Interactive Performance over a Loudspeaker Orchestra. Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 6.30pm. Free entry!
  • Shakespeare's play, directed by Henry Bell. Saturday 13, Monday 15 & Tuesday 16 December 2014, Donald Roy Theatre, 7.30pm.
  • The producer talks about his globe-spanning career and many collaborations with high-profile musicians. Friday 12 December 2014, Larkin Building L201, 1.15pm. Free admission, all welcome.
  • Performances by a wide range of student-led ensembles. Wednesday 10 December 2014, Lindsey Suite, Staff House, 7.30pm.
  • 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.


  • Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship in music, offered by the North of England Consortium for Arts and Humanities.
  • Composer Gary Yershon, a University of Hull Drama and Music graduate, has received an Academy Award nomination for the best original film score for Mr Turner, directed by Mike Leigh.
  • The School of Drama, Music and Screen’s Dr Simon Desbruslais will deliver a talk on Thursday 15 January as part of the prestigious Grove Forum Series entitled 'Composer/Performer Collaboration: Methodology, Ethics and Outcomes'.
  • The Department of English's Dr Bethan Jones recently delivered a lecture on 'D H Lawrence and his legacy', with extracts from Lawrence's works delivered by the School of Drama, Music and Screen's Dr Philip Crispin
  • Victorians on Screen: The Nineteenth Century on British Television, a monograph by the School of Drama, Music and Screen's Dr. Iris Kleinecke-Bates, has just been published by Palgrave Macmillan.
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