Kon-tiki film screening this Thursday at 7.30pm - 03MS01, Rik Medlik Building!
And we will be joined by Surrey Tonmesiter graduate Dave Jeweren Moore at 6.30pm to talk about the scoring of this epic adventure film!
SOUP Community Project, an opportunity to help the local community through eating food!! It is a micro granting dinner, open to all this Sunday at the Boileroom. More information at:
Fancy being a hero? Then read the following message from Surrey Marrow Society...
Have you ever wondered 'what does the cure for blood cancer look like?'
We'll let you into a secret. It's wearing your clothes, sitting in your chair and reading this message. That's right, YOU!
We're Surrey Marrow, the student-run branch of the Anthony Nolan charity, and we help save the lives of people with blood cancer by signing up young, healthy students like yourself to the stem cell register. This week, as part of our 'Hero Week', we're encouraging students to become heros by signing up to the register. Signing up is easy and involves filling out some forms and spitting in a tube. Then, if you were ever found to be a DNA match for someone with blood cancer, you'd be asked to donate; for 90% of people, this is done in a process similar to giving blood. Simple!
If being a hero sounds like your kind of thing, come along to our next recruitment event on Thursday 26th November in Rubix, or if you want more info, contact us on facebook.com/surreymarrow, firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @Surrey_Marrow
A hugely successful event yesterday evening, that left everyone talking about it afterwards. Thank you to Akram Khan and Royona Mitra for joining us at the University, and also to Dr Sabine Sorgel for hosting!
Keep an eye out for the next Dance Theatre Dialogue...
Akram Khan's: Giselle, has had it's tour dates announced. However we have the pleasure of Akram coming to us at the University tomorrow, talking about choreography, and in conversation with Dr Royona Mitra! Don't miss out - 4pm, PATS Dance Studio
TONIGHT - Sneak preview!!
This evenings concert at St Saviours Church sounds incredible so far in rehearsals! The University of Surrey Symphony Orchestra and Choir are performing at 7.30 - swing by and pick up a ticket on the door!!
Dr Shantel Ehrenberg welcomed Noé Soulier to the University for his exceptional performance of Movement on Movement last night and for his engaging workshop this morning. We would like to say a huge thank you for touring to the University of Surrey, and we wish you every success with your future endeavours!
Pictures at an Exhibition this coming Saturday at 7.30pm in St Saviours Church. The University Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Russell Keable, are performing some of the most popular works by Mussorgsky, Sibelius and more!
Get you tickets at:
THIS WEEK! Coming up this week we have a huge range of things to go and see! Including our weekly Lunchtime Recital, Ghost the Musical by GSA, Movement on Movement by Noe Soulier, SOLO by Curious Directive, Research Seminars and Pictures at an Exhibition!!