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October 06, 2009

A Duck, For Mr Darwin

Writing about web page http://www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/events/visual-arts/a-duck-for-mr-darwin

A Duck for Mr. Darwin is a group exhibition of nine contemporary artists exploring evolutionary thinking and the theory of natural selection.

Transforming the Mead Gallery at Warwick Arts Centre from 8 Oct – 9 Dec the exhibition will feature sculpture, drawing, painting, film and installation. Focusing on the legacy of Charles Darwin’s ideas, A Duck for Mr Darwin is informed by the spirit of experimentation which was so distinctive to the time in which he lived.

Mead Gallery    The Mead Gallery

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October 05, 2009

Welcome to the Library

It's the start of a new academic year, so welcome to the Library !

There will be a series of induction talks and tours throughout the coming weeks and all the information should be available in your academic department and on Floor 1 of the Library.

lib5.jpg      Main Lib logo

For more information about our services and resources, please click here


September 14, 2009

New Season at Warwick Arts Centre

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/insite/newsandevents/intnews2/newartscentreseason

Tickets for the full line up of live events for the Autumn/Winter season at the Arts Centre are now on sale.

Highlights include live music from Newton Faulkner, Alison Moyet, The Proclaimers, Soweto Gospel Choir, Gypsy Kings & Queens, Carousel and Tinariwen; comedy from Jimmy Carr, Julian Clary, Al Murray; and drama from Deepcut and The Black Album.

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June 11, 2009

SPLAT Fest

Writing about web page http://www.wsaf.org.uk/

‘SPLAT Fest’, celebrating Student Performance Literature Art & Theatre at the University of Warwick, is dedicated to creating opportunities for all students to pursue their creative talents.

Splat

Celebrating its 7th anniversary in 2009, the Warwick SPLAT Festival, is a non-profit annual week-long celebration of Student Performance, Literature, Art and Theatre. Since its inception in 2003, it has brought together diverse and creative individuals who have created the first and largest student run arts festival in the world.

For more information, click here


April 21, 2009

Free Lunchtime Concerts at the Arts Centre

Writing about web page http://www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/events/id/4136


The Music Centre have released their free lunchtime concerts programme for the summer term. All the concerts are free and open to all.

arts centre

Click here to find out more details  


February 02, 2009

Celebrating the life and work of Paul Robeson

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/news/celebrating_the_life

To mark the 50th anniversary his performance of Othello at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the life and work of Paul Robeson will take centre stage in a series of events to compliment the RSC's latest production of Othello at the Warwick Arts Centre. Two exhibitions and a panel discussion are among the fringe events celebrating the outspoken actor and civil rights activist who shot to fame in 1930 when he became the first black actor to perform the lead role in Othello since Ira Aldridge in 1860.

The Modern Record Centre's exhibition can be accessed here

Paul Robeson Programme

The Modern Records Centre is located just behind Warwick Arts Centre. Opening hours: Monday/Tuesday: 9am-5pm (extended on Tuesday 3rd February); Wednesday/Thursday: 9am-7pm; Friday: 9am-4pm. Closed Saturdays and Sundays.

Opening hours for the exhibition in the Warwick Arts Centre bar: Monday-Saturdays: 9.30am til end of show; Sundays: 2-8pm


January 09, 2009

News from the Arts centre – Don John

Writing about web page http://www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/events/id/3842

This production promises to be visually stunning, anarchic and intoxicating.

"If theatre were a box of chocolates, then this would be the champagne truffle in a dark chocolate robe." The Guardian

A new production coming to the Arts Centre in February from Kneehigh Theartre, "dangerous, naughty and irresistible, Don John is a vessel for all our desires"

Kneehigh are a driving force in contemporary British theatre. Their joyous, compelling and physical storytelling has entranced audiences throughout the UK with productions including Tristan And Yseult, Nights At The Circus, Rapunzel and Cymbeline.

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