Exeter University’s Symphony Orchestra will be presenting their end of term concert, ‘Music From the Silver Screen’ at the Mint Methodist Church. Conducted by Rich Harvey and led by Kate Smethurst, 60 talented musicians will come together on 5 June to play soundtracks live to their audience. All ages welcome, with tickets available at the door. If you wish to reserve seats, please email email@example.com Programme: … Continue reading EUSO – ‘Music From the Silver Screen’, 5 June 2015
The last week of term for any student usually involves a great deal of celebrating end of deadlines, not a lot of lecture attendance and a fervent attempt to cram as many Christmas related activities in as possible. It always seems surreal having to think Christmassy thoughts so early on in December but when you’re such a big a fan of the festive season as … Continue reading St James Park Carol Service
On Wednesday 6 November 2013 at 7.30pm, the University of Exeter Arts & Culture Team in conjunction with the University’s Heritage Collections Department are proud to present one of Devon’s, and indeed the UK’s finest contemporary folk singers, Jim Causley. Accompanied by talented guitarist Lukas Drinkwater, Jim will be performing the wonderful songs he has composed to the words of the poems of his distant … Continue reading Jim Causely: Devon Folk Legend Presents the Poems of Charles Causely
The Exeter Revue is a new society at Exeter that if for people interested in acting and comedy – check out their material in the video below. If you fancy joining click here. Continue reading The Exeter Revue
The second speaker in the University of Exeter Arts & Culture Team’s Forum Series talks is ‘whispering’ Bob Harris, the legendary DJ and broadcaster who made his name presenting BBC2’s seminal rock programme, The Old Grey Whistle Test , was Co-founder of Time Out Magazine and is current host of BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris Country which focuses on country, roots and Americana music. On … Continue reading Bob Harris: A Life in Music
This Autumn sees the start of the University of Exeter Arts & Culture Team’s Forum Series talks, in the Alumni Auditorium in the University of Exeter Forum. The first speaker will be the award-winning author Hilary Mantel. After the huge success of her visit here last year, Hilary will be returning on the evening of 29th October to speak about the writer’s task of breaking … Continue reading An Evening With Hilary Mantel at Exeter Uni
The Student Lock-In® is set to return to Princesshay for the third year running on Wednesday 2nd October (tonight!) from 18.30-21.00. The shopping centre will be closed for exclusive use by Exeter students for one night only. Over 30 shops and restaurants will be keeping their doors open while students indulge with brands such as Topshop/Topman, Superdry, Schuh, New Look and River Island. The DJ … Continue reading Student Lock-In!
Timepiece during Freshers’ Week… by Rachael Gillies Continue reading Freshers’ Week: Illustrated
Mslexia Poetry Competition… The deadline is fast approaching for the annual Mslexia women’s poetry competition. Think you have what it takes? 1st Prize: £2,000 plus a week at the idyllic poets’ retreat of Cove Park and a mentoring afternoon with the editor of Poetry Review. 2nd Prize: £400 3rd Prize: £200 20 other finalists receive £25 each All winning poems will appear in issue 51 of Mslexia, published in … Continue reading calling all female poets!
Razz came across Amy Borrell when perusing the internet for pretty pictures. We thought we’d share some of her delightful illustrations with you. Take a look at more of her work on her website. You can buy prints from her website too! Ellie x Razz Editor 2010/11 Continue reading bedknobs and birdcages