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LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART

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AUTUMN LITERARY FESTIVAL UEA’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors to campus All lectures take place in Lecture Theatre 1 at 7pm (doors 6.30pm) followed by a book signing in Waterstones Season ticket (all seven events): £48 / £40 Individual tickets: £8 / £4 students Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest/tickets Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @UEALitFest

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3 LITERATURE 8 BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL 9 MUSIC AND DRAMA 12 GIGS 15 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 20 NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL 22 FILM SCREENINGS 24 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 28 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 29 EVENTS CALENDAR

OCTOBER Wed 11 Oct Kazuo Ishiguro Wed 18 Oct Rebecca Stott Wed 25 Oct Kamila Shamsie NOVEMBER Wed 1 Nov Richard Flanagan Fri 10 Nov Jon Snow Wed 15 Nov Stephen Westaby Fri 24 Nov Kenneth Clarke

Front cover: Cathi Unsworth, Noirwich Crime Writing Festival This page: Fabergé, Gold ginkgo leaf, blue enamel and diamond cigarette case, c. 1910 © A La Vieille Russie, New York

Photo credits: Kazuo Ishiguro, ©Jeff Cottenden; Rebecca Stott, ©Nicholas Bradley; Kamila Shamsie, ©Zain Mustafa; Richard Flanagan, ©Ulf Anderson; Jon Snow, ©Channel 4; Steve Westaby, ©Stephen Westaby; Kenneth Clarke, ©Jay Brooks

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Visit noirwich.co.uk Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @NOIRwichFest

SEPTEMBER Thu 14 Sep, 6.30pm Val McDermid in conversation with Stav Sherez The Pantry Restaurant, Jarrold £10 / £8 Fri 15 Sep, 6pm Age of extremes: a bloody talk by Arne Dahl Thomas Paine Study Centre, UEA £8 / £6 Fri 15 Sep, 8pm Martina Cole in conversation with Henry Sutton Thomas Paine Study Centre, UEA £10 / £8 Sat 16 Sep, 10.30am Nasty women with Laura Wilson, Mel McGrath and Erin Kelly Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6

Fri 15 Sep, 11am–1pm or 2pm–4pm WORKSHOPS Character and motivation with Laura Wilson and Mel McGrath Writing a Police Procedural in the 21st Century with Stav Sherez The Enterprise Centre, UEA £45 / £80 combined package

Sat 16 Sep, 12.15pm Fresh blood with Imran Mahmood, Steph Broadribb and Joseph Knox Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6 Sat 16 Sep, 2pm Anthony Horowitz: The word is murder Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6

Sat 16 Sep, 3.45pm Dark shores: north sea noir with Lone Theils, Daniel Pembrey, Nick Quantrill and Harry Brett Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6 Sat 16 Sep, 5.30pm Stand up at the bar with Christopher Brookmyre and Mark Billingham Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6 Sat 16 Sep, 7.30pm The resurrection of Dora Suarez with Cathi Unsworth, Richard Strange and Terry Edwards Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6 Sun 17 Sep, 10.30am First Monday Crime presents: The criminal world with Stella Duffy, Felicia Yap and Leye Adenle Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6 Sun 17 Sep, 12pm Grime Noir with David M. Mark, Andrew Martin and Karen Maitland Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6

UEA LIVE UEA LIVE, in collaboration with Writers’ Centre Norwich, brings you a series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA writing talent All readings take place in The Flamingo @ The Pig and Whistle, 2–8 All Saints Green, Norwich at 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

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NOIRWICH CRIME WRITING FESTIVAL Celebrate the sharpest noir and crime fiction over four days of author events and workshops in Norwich

Free Email kate.moorhead-kuhn@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 877177 Follow #UEALive

OCTOBER Thu 5 Oct Emily Critchley, Tim Atkins and Colin Herd Thu 26 Oct Eley Williams NOVEMBER Thu 23 Nov Nikesh Shukla DECEMBER Thu 14 Dec Sarah Perry

Sun 17 Sep, 1.30pm Stuart MacBride in conversation with Elodie Harper Norwich Arts Centre £8 / £6

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Visit norfolkpolishheritagegroup.org

DECEMBER Wed 6 Dec, 1pm Congregation Hall 01.20 Children’s literature in translation Join Daniel Hahn, award-winning translator and children’s literature expert, as he discusses the translation of children’s books, including some of his own experiences Free

Visit bclt.org.uk/events

LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS A series of workshops hosted by the British Centre for Literary Translation and led by renowned literary translators All events take place at 5.30–7pm, in Arts 2.03, UEA Free Email c.rossi@uea.ac.uk

OCTOBER Wed 4 Oct How to get started in literary translation: the professional competence of literary translators Cecilia Rossi Wed 18 Oct Translating comics Canan Marasligil

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SEPTEMBER Thu 21 Sep, 7pm Julian Study Centre, UEA Parallel Poles Polish-born Elizabeth Fudakowska on 30 years at UEA’s library and Freya Gallagher-Jones on Polish writer, Adam Mickiewicz Hosted by the Norfolk Polish Heritage Group (NPHG) £6 / £4 (discount for friends of NPHG)

NOVEMBER Wed 22 Nov Translating for the theatre Timberlake Wertenbaker Wed 29 Nov Editing translations Bill Swainson

Wed 25 Oct Translating crime Don Bartlett

Tue 17 Oct, 7–9pm Drama Studio, UEA

Thu 2 Nov, 7pm Lecture Theatre 1, UEA

Thu 26 Oct, 6.30–8.30pm Waterstones Piccadilly, London

Reggie Yates

MA Creative Writing 2017 anthology launches Readings by UEA’s newest crop of talent from the Master’s in Creative Writing course followed by a drinks reception Free

Penguin Live £12 / £8 student ticket Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

Photo credit: ©Alex Lee Johnson

Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk

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BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL

AUDITIONS Your chance to be a part of the dynamic and flourishing music community at UEA

Visit beinghumanfestival.org Email m.taylor@uea.ac.uk / h.reed@uea.ac.uk Follow @BeingHumanFest / #BeingHuman17

Call 01603 593948 Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Visit www.uea.ac.uk/music-centre

NOVEMBER Fri 17 Nov to Sat 25 Nov, Cathedral opening hours Multimedia art exhibition – Jungle Protestimony: an echo of the camp Norwich Cathedral Protestimony is a visual and interactive art exhibition that aims to communicate an alternative story of the “refugee crisis” to diverse audiences Protestimony has been developed by the organisation IMAGINE Free Visit assoimagine.co.uk Follow @imagineasso

Wed 22 Nov, 8pm FILM SCREENING Reels of history: ‘On the Bride’s Side’ Cinema City Introduced by the Refugee History team and followed by a Q&A with Salah El Nagar, a Norwich-based writer, activist and refugee from Egypt Visit picturehouses.com/cinema/ Cinema_City

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Thu 23 Nov, 7.30–9pm UEA refugee history ‘Question Time’ panel The Forum Do you have questions about refugee issues? Join Clive Lewis MP (Norwich South), journalist Rachel Shabi, investigative author Daniel Trilling, Syrian campaigner and refugee Ahmad Al-Rashid, Omar Khan from the Runnymede Trust. All questions must be sent in advance to h.reed@uea.ac.uk Free

Credit: Protestimony Photo: Nelle Renberg Andersen

Auditions are free and take place at UEA Music Centre (unless otherwise stated)

SEPTEMBER Thu 28 Sept, 1–2pm UEA Community Choir open rehearsal UEA Square UEA Community Choir is auditionfree and open to all abilities and levels of experience Fri 29 Sept, 11am–5.30pm Mon 2 Oct, 1–7.30pm UEA Chamber Choir auditions Auditions are 10 minutes in duration and must be booked in advance

Fri 29 Sept, 12–6pm Mon 2 Oct, 3–8pm UEA Symphony Orchestra auditions Auditions are 10 minutes in duration and must be booked in advance

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BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL Now in its fourth year Being Human is a national forum for public engagement with humanities research. This year’s theme: lost and found

Musicians of Grade 7 standard or above are invited to audition. Open to all staff, students and members of the community

Keen singers with vocal training and/or choral experience are invited to audition. Open to staff, students and members of the community Fri 29 Sept, 11am–5.30pm Mon 2 Oct, 1–7.30pm UEA Choir auditions Auditions are 5 minutes in duration and must be booked in advance Keen singers are invited to audition. Open to staff, students and members of the community

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DRAMA All events take place in UEA Drama Studio (unless otherwise stated) at 7.30pm (doors 7pm)

Online uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events/tickets In person and by phone St. George’s Music Shop (01603 626414); or on the door

£7 / £5

Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre/events Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 593948

Visit store.uea.ac.uk

OCTOBER Wed 4 Oct, Wed 1 Nov and Wed 6 Dec, 1.10–1.55pm (doors 1.05pm) UEA Music Centre lunchtime concerts Strode Concert Room, UEA Music Centre Free NOVEMBER Thu 23 Nov, 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) Dvořák and Elgar St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £12 / £4 DECEMBER Sun 10 Dec, 6.30pm (doors 6pm) A European Christmas St George’s Church, Tombland, Norwich UEA Chamber Choir invite you to join them for their autumn concert. The 30-strong choir, under the direction of UEA Choirmaster Tom Primrose, will perform a mixture of polyphony and 20th Century festive European music Free

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Thu 14 Dec, 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) UEA Choir Christmas Carol Concert St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich UEA Choir warmly invite you to join them for their annual Christmas carol concert for a feast of festive favourites £9 / £6

OCTOBER Mon 9 and Tue 10 Oct, 7–7.30pm Stockholm Bryony Lavery MA Director final production The Garage

DECEMBER Showcase of works by early 20th century American women playwrights

Visit thegarage.org.uk/event/stockholm

Mon 4 Dec, Wed 6 Dec, Fri 8 Dec and Sat 9 Dec* The Children’s Hour Lillian Hellman

Wed 4 and Fri 6 Oct The Bacchae by Euripides Translated by John Davie MA Director Final Production Thu 5 and Sat 7 Oct A Summer’s Day Jon Fosse, translated by Louis Muinzer MA Director final production Thu 12, Fri 13 and Sat 14 Oct Pomona Alistair McDowall The Minotaur Theatre Company

Productions from final year students

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CONCERTS Tickets for UEA concerts are available:

Plus A Lesson in Greek Poise Ruth Draper *Matinee: doors 1.30pm, show begins 2pm Tue 5 Dec, Thu 7 Dec and Sat 9 Dec Machinal Sophie Treadwell Plus Trifles, a short play Susan Glaspell

NOVEMBER Thu 2 Nov, Fri 3 Nov and Sat 4 Nov The Minotaur Shorts Festival Minotaur Theatre Company

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GIGS

THE NICK RAYNS LCR UEA is known for hosting great gigs and attracting world-class musicians to Norwich All gigs are for over 14s only Prices are advance (more on the door) and may be subject to a booking fee Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk Email boxoffice@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 508050

SEPTEMBER Tue 19 Sep, 7.30pm The Jesus and Mary Chain £27.50

NOVEMBER Thu 16 Nov, 7.30pm Status Quo ‘Aquostic’ £45

Fri 22 Sep, 6.30pm New Found Glory £22.50

Thu 23 Nov, 7.30pm Happy Mondays 30th Anniversary Twenty-Four Hour Party People greatest hits tour £29.50

OCTOBER Sun 8 Oct, 7pm Loyle Carner £17.50

Sun 26 Nov, 7pm Future Islands £22.50

Tue 10 Oct, 6.30pm Sisqo with Dru Hill and Ginuwine £28 Wed 25 Oct, 7.30pm The Pigeon Detectives – Wait For Me ‘10th Anniversary Tour’ £18

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN Tue 19 Sep 12

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Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk Email boxoffice@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 508050

SEPTEMBER Tue 26 Sep, 7.30pm Flyte £7 OCTOBER Sun 15 Oct, 3.30pm Cub Fest featuring Louis Berry, Eliza and the Bear, Clean Cut Kid, The Night Cafe, Anteros, Island, Paris Youth Foundation, Stereo Honey and more! £25

NOVEMBER Thu 9 Nov, 7.30pm Cradle of Filth £18.50 Sun 12 Nov, 7pm Andrew WK £20 Thu 23 Nov, 7.30pm JAWS £10 Tue 28 Nov, 7.30pm Mark Lanegan Band £22.50 Thu 30 Nov, 7.30pm Beans on Toast and Skinny Lister £14

AUTUMN INAUGURAL LECTURES Explore cutting-edge ideas with UEA’s newest professors All talks take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA and are followed by a drinks reception Free Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

OCTOBER Tue 3 Oct Connecting the dots: who pays the cost of networks? Prof Mich Tvede School of Economics Tue 17 Oct Do not feed the stereotype: Native Americans now Prof Jacqueline Fear-Segal School of Art, Media and American Studies Tue 24 Oct Bird migration in a changing world Prof Jenny Gill School of Biological Sciences Part of the Norwich Science Festival

NOVEMBER Tue 7 Nov The microbes fight back: the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance Prof Laura Bowater Norwich Medical School

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THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich

Tue 21 Nov Dancing with dinosaurs: behavioural change and the elusive pursuit of sustainability Prof Andrew Fearne Norwich Business School DECEMBER Tue 5 Dec Could Google translate Shakespeare? Prof Duncan Large School of Literature and Creative Writing / British Centre for Literary Translation

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LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION LECTURES All lectures take place in Lecture Theatre 3, 1.10–2pm

Call sainsbury-institute.org Email sisjac@sainsbury-institute.org Call 01603 597507

Visit uea.ac.uk/lcs/events Email l.yulita@uea.ac.uk

SEPTEMBER Fri 22 Sep, 6pm Fukushima devil fish: Katsumata Susumu’s anti-nuclear manga Dr Ryan Holmberg Academic Associate at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures 64 The Close, Norwich Free Email k.morohashi@sainsbury-institute.org

THIRD THURSDAY LECTURES All lectures take place in Norwich Cathedral Hostry at 6pm 50-minute lecture followed by refreshments Free, booking essential Thu 21 Sep Writing poetry in 1930s Hokkaido: nature, ethnography and resistance Dr Nadine Willems Lecturer in Japanese History, University of East Anglia with readings by Paul Rossiter

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Thu 19 Oct Accounting for images of Six Kannon in Japan Prof Sherry D. Fowler University of Kansas Thu 16 Nov Recasting tradition: eighteenthcentury Japanese picture-books by the Edo publisher Urokogataya Dr Laura Moretti University of Cambridge Thu 21 Dec World War II, Japan and the Gardens Prof Toshio Watanabe Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures and Director of Research Centre for Transnational Art, Identity and Nation (TrAIN) of the University of the Arts London

Free

OCTOBER Thu 12 Oct Learning languages: opening a door onto the world Axelle Oxborrow Institut Français, French Embassy

Thu 23 Nov Negotiating multiple grand and personal narratives when talking about the intercultural Adrian Holliday Canterbury Christ Church University

Thu 19 Oct Studying scientific metaphor in translation Mark Shuttleworth UCL

Thu 30 Nov The invention of subtitling in the US and UK Carol O’Sullivan Bristol University

Thu 26 Oct Researching multilingually: a methodology for intercultural research Prue Holmes Durham University NOVEMBER Thu 2 Nov Introduction to the translation industry: news, trends, and why should I care? Raisa McNab Sandberg Translation Partners

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

JAPANESE ART AND CULTURE Events hosted by UEA’s Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC)

FEBRUARY Thu 1 Feb Languages and communication at work: what you need for the world of employment Alumni panel discussion Thu 15 Feb Speaking to a global future – Brexit and beyond Bernardette Holmes Director of Speak to the Future, the national campaign for languages, UK

Thu 9 Nov Where are we? Translating natural and urban landscapes in Qatar Sue-Ann Harding Queen’s University Belfast 17


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

SEPTEMBER Tue 5 Sep, 5.30–7.30pm An age of uncertainty? Political effects of migration, austerity and inequalities in the UK Great Yarmouth Town Hall Council Chamber Free Email u.theuerkauf@uea.ac.uk

THE FUTURE OF MEDIA CONTENT Fri 15 and Sat 16 Sep, all day ECREA workshop: interventions and industries in the internet Julian Study Centre Free Email artsandhumanitiesevents@uea.ac.uk

Thu 21 Sep, 7–8:30pm

Sustainability: can society save itself? The Enterprise Centre lecture theatre, UEA Organisers: Science, Society & Sustainability (3S) research group, UEA Free, booking essential Visit 3Sdebate.eventbrite.co.uk Email info@3SResearch.org Follow #3Sdebate

DRAGON HALL DEBATES Sparky debates on contemporary controversies All events take place from 7.30–9.30pm at the Millennium Library in The Forum, Norwich, while Dragon Hall undergoes renovation to become the National Centre for Writing in Summer 2018 Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

Mon 25 Sep Digital democracy or fake news? Mon 23 Oct Will automation steal your job? Mon 27 Nov What does it mean to be English?

ENV50 PANEL DISCUSSION Fri 15 Sep, 6.30pm The road from Paris to Norwich – linking circular economy and climate action With panellists: Rt Hon Lord Deben (Chair of the UK’s independent Committee on Climate Change), Laura McGillivray (Chief Executive of Norwich City Council), Andy Brown (Head of Sustainability at Anglian Water), and Prof Sir Bob Watson and Prof Corinne Le Quéré (UEA, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research) The Enterprise Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free, booking essential Visit uea.ac.uk/events Email events@uea.ac.uk Call 01603 592130

BITESIZE PHD ANNUAL GUEST LECTURE Wed 11 Oct, 1–2pm From monkeys to artificial intelligence: a journey through academia and beyond Prof Jackie Hunter CBE The Enterprise Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free Email bryony.porter@uea.ac.uk

NAA NORWICH LECTURE Thu 2 Nov, 7pm Norfolk Association of Architects guest lecture Peter St John Caruso St John’s Architects

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

PUBLIC DEBATES

The Enterprise Centre, UEA Free, booking essential Visit norfolkarchitects.org.uk Email info@norfolkarchitects.org.uk

CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS LECTURES Sat 16 Dec, 10am–12pm The voyages of Father Christmas What tools could we use to track Santa on his journey round the globe? And what might happen if he bumps into some pirates along the way? Join us for an exploratory double-bill for all the family! Lecture Theatre 1, UEA Booking opens in November Free Visit uea.ac.uk/events

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NORWICH PSYCHOLOGY MEETUP A social/discussion group that meets in Norwich city centre once a month, with a focus on psychology. See the website for venues and full details £1 Visit meetup.com/Norwich-PsychologyMeetup

Tue 19 Sep, 7pm The psychology of procrastination Tue 17 Oct, 7pm What is a ‘personality disorder’? Tue 14 Nov, 7pm Let’s meetup and discuss nature, nurture and their interplay Tue 12 Dec, 7pm Christmas meetup Tue 16 Jan, 7pm The psychology of greatness

NORWICH SCIENCE FESTIVAL Two weeks of messy experiments, interactive exhibitions and intriguing discoveries to celebrate science in Norwich Sat 21 Oct to Sun 29 Oct The Forum, and other venues across the city of Norwich Visit norwichsciencefestival.co.uk Email @NorwichSciFest

Fri 27 and Sat 28 Oct Norwich Research Park scientists will take over The Forum to demonstrate how they are addressing some of the world’s biggest challenges. Hands-on activities for all the family will challenge you to test your balance wearing virtual reality goggles, get up close and personal with mucus and see whether the soil from your back garden contains potentially life-saving antibiotics!

IONS T I B I H X IVE E T C A R E INT NTS E M I R E EXP MESSY talks y t i r eries Celeb v o c s i ing d u g i r t In ows h s l a ic Theatr

Explore the wonders of the universe, meet the scientists whose research has changed our world, and debate some big questions with some big-thinkers. Enjoy nine days of inspirational exhibitions, sensational shows and an abundance of hands-on science and engineering activities for all ages and all levels of knowledge.

Sat 16 Sep, 10am-4pm

John Innes Centre Open Day John Innes Conference Centre Free Visit jic.ac.uk/whats-on/open-day-2017

Sponsored by: Photo credit: ©Steve Wright Photography Limited

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FILM SCREENINGS

EUROPEAN CINEMA A selection of European films, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department

All events take place at 6.30pm in Arts 2.01 at UEA

All screenings take place at 5pm in Arts 01.02 at UEA

Free

Free

Email hazel.marsh@uea.ac.uk

Email v.koutrakou@uea.ac.uk

OCTOBER Mon 9 Oct, 6.30pm The legacy and importance of Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara Nick Caistor

SEPTEMBER Tue 26 Sep Closed Circuit (UK, 2013)

Mon 16 Oct We Are Many We Are Many Mon 23 Oct When the Wind Blows

NOVEMBER Mon 6 Nov Truce Truce

OCTOBER Tue 3 Oct Fire at Sea (Italian, 2016) Tue 10 Oct Almanya (German, 2011) Tue 17 Oct Batallion (Russian, 2015) Tue 24 Oct The Swissmakers (Swiss, 1978) Tue 31 Oct Bastille Day (The Take) (US-Lux-French, 2016)

Tue 21 Nov The Other Side of Hope (Finnish, 2017) Tue 28 Nov Bravehearts (Norwegian, 2012) DECEMBER Tue 5 Dec In Darkness (Polish, 2011) Tue 12 Dec Worlds Apart (Greek, 2015)

SAINSBURY CENTRE AT CINEMA CITY A season of films inspired by The Russia Season, programmed and introduced by film expert Chris Rodden All films screened at Cinema City, St Andrews Street, Norwich £7 / £5 (Cinema City members and Sainsbury Centre Friends) Call 0871 902 5724 Visit picturehouses.co.uk

FILM SCREENINGS

POLITICAL CINEMA Screenings and discussion about political film, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department

OCTOBER Mon 16 Oct, 8.30pm Revolution: New Art For a New World

ARCHIVE FILM SCREENING Thu 7 Sep, 10–11am, 1–2pm and 3–4pm The East Anglian Film Archive Archive film Film includes colour amateur films re-discovered as part of the The Eastmancolor Revolution and British Cinema, 1955–85

NOVEMBER Mon 6 Nov, 8.30pm Battleship Potemkin Mon 20 Nov, 8pm Leviathan

Followed by Q&A with EAFA staff Free Visit heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting

NOVEMBER Tue 14 Nov The Patience Stone (French-Algerian, 2012)

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a world-class art gallery and museum located on campus at UEA All art events and exhibitions take place at the Sainsbury Centre unless otherwise stated Opening hours Tuesday–Friday: 10am–6pm Saturday–Sunday: 10am–5pm Closed Mondays Call 01603 593199 Email scva@uea.ac.uk Visit scva.ac.uk Follow @SainsburyCentre

Wed 13 Sep to Wed 11 Oct, see museum opening times Great Yarmouth – Diverse Perspectives A participatory photography exhibition Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life Exhibition free, regular museum ticket fees still apply Email m.abranches@uea.ac.uk Call 01493 743930

Sat 4 Nov, 12–4pm Lessons of Diversity in Norfolk Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life Exhibition free, regular museum ticket fees still apply Email m.abranches@uea.ac.uk Call 01493 743930

EXHIBITIONS From Sat 14 Oct – Sun 11 Feb Russia Season: Royal Fabergé and Radical Russia To mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution, the Sainsbury Centre stages two major exhibitions contrasting art, life and culture in Russia before and after the Revolution The Sainsbury Centre’s Russia Season will be completed by the permanent installation of the dramatic model of Tatlin’s Tower. The 10-metre tower will now rise in the sculpture park alongside the Sainsbury Centre £12 / £10.50 / free for members

Until Sun 1 Oct Rana Begum: Space Light Colour Rana Begum’s practice blurs the boundaries between sculpture, painting and architecture. It engages some of the movements of the past such as Minimalism and Constructivism with the same level of optimism while remaining fresh and relevant £12 / £10.50 / free for members

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND WORKSHOPS Exhibition and workshops facilitated by researchers from UEA’s School of International Development, funded by the Economic Social Research Council

Until Sun 1 Oct Roger Law: From Satire to Ceramics Renowned for co-creating the hit television series ‘Spitting Image’ with Peter Fluck in the 1980s and 1990s, Roger Law is one of the most important British satirists. Over the past decade, Roger has moved from puppetry to porcelain and has become a major ceramic artist £7 / £6 / free for members

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ARTISTS AND IDEAS

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

Practical workshops and courses for adults and young people

Interactive activities for the whole family to enjoy

Tuesdays: 10 Oct, 17 Oct, 24 Oct, 31 Oct, 7 Nov, 14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov, 5 Dec, 4.30–6.30pm Young associates Sainsbury Centre education studio Free

Fridays: 15 Sep, 20 Oct, 17 Nov, 15 Dec, 19 Jan, 10.15am–11.45am Mini studio Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 / £6 / free for accompanying adults, booking essential For pre-school age children and their parents or carers

OCTOBER Thu 19 Oct, 6–7pm The Russian Revolution: politics, art and culture Join Peter Waldron, Professor of Russian History, UEA Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only NOVEMBER Thu 2 Nov, 6–7pm Fabergé: from St Petersburg to Sandringham Curator of Royal Fabergé, Ian Collins Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only

Thu 16 Nov, 6–7pm Living revolutionary dreams: utopia and the vanguard of 1917 Dr Andy Willimott, Lecturer in Modern Russian/Soviet History at University of Reading Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only Thu 23 Nov, 6–7pm Sandringham in peace and war Graham Beck Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only THURSDAY LUNCHTIME TALKS Thu 2 Nov, Thu 16 Nov and Thu 23 Nov, 1.15–1.45pm Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket

JANUARY Thu 25 Jan, 6–7pm

Fabergé’s animals: miniature menagerie of grandeur Caroline de Guitaut Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6 Pre-booked tickets only

Visit scva.ac.uk Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk

Wednesdays: 13 Sep, 20 Sep, 27 Sep, 4 Oct, 11 Oct, 18 Oct, 1 Nov, 8 Nov, 15 Nov, 22 Nov, 29 Nov, 6 Dec, 4.30–6.30pm Portfolio Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 / £6, some free bursary places available, booking essential Visit scva.ac.uk/whatson/workshops Email scva@uea.ac.uk

Sat 18 and Sun 19 Nov, 10.30am–3.30pm Screen printing masterclass with Print to the People Sainsbury Centre education studio £90 / £70, pre-booked tickets only, all materials supplied

Sundays: 3 Sep, 1 Oct, 5 Nov, 3 Dec, 2–4pm Sunday studio Family friendly, artist-led creative activities, inspired by objects in the Sainsbury Collection Sainsbury Centre education studio, or outside in the campus grounds Free, donations welcome

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

RUSSIA SEASON – SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibition, Russia Season, is a series of special events

Tue 24 Oct and Wed 25 Oct, 10.30am–3pm Children’s Holiday Studios Sainsbury Centre education studio £18 / 14, booking essential, includes materials For children aged 5–8, parents or carers welcome to stay

Fri 8 Dec, 1–4pm Study Afternoon: Art into Life Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 / £6, pre-booked tickets only

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Wed 13 Sep – Wed 11 Oct

Art: Great Yarmouth – Diverse Perspectives

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UEA is accessible by foot, bike, bus and the local Park and Ride service. Please note that parking on campus is limited

Sat 14 Oct – Sun 11 Feb

Art: Russia Season: Royal Faberge and Radical Russia

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Until Sun 1 Oct

Art: Rana Begum: Space Light Colour

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Until Sun 1 Oct

Art: Roger Law: From Satire to Ceramics

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Tue 5 Sep

Debate: An age of uncertainty?

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Thu 7 Sep

Film: Archive film

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Thu 14 Sep

In conversation: Val McDermid with Stav Sherez

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Fri 15 Sep

Workshop: Character and motivation

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Fri 15 Sep

Workshop: Writing a police procedural in the 21st Century

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Fri 15 Sep

Panel discussion: The road from Paris to Norwich

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Fri 15 Sep

Talk: Age of extremes: a bloody talk

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Fri 15 Sep

In conversation: Martina Cole with Henry Sutton

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Fri 15 – Sat 16 Sep

Debate: The future of media content

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Sat 16 Sep

Seminar: Nasty women

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Sat 16 Sep

Seminar: Fresh blood

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Sat 16 Sep

Talk: Anthony Horowitz: The word is murder

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Sat 16 Sep

Seminar: Dark Shores: north sea noir

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Sat 16 Sep

Comedy: Stand up at the bar

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Sat 16 Sep

Open day: John Innes Centre

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Sat 16 Sep

Talk: The resurrection of Dora Suarez

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Sun 17 Sep

Seminar: First Monday Crime presents: The criminal world

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Sun 17 Sep

Seminar: Grime Noir

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Sun 17 Sep

In conversation: Stuart MacBride with Elodie Harper

Tue 19 Sep

Gig: The Jesus and Mary Chain

Tue 19 Sep

Meet-up: The psychology of procrastination

20

Thu 21 Sep

Debate: Sustainability: can society save itself?

18

Thu 21 Sep

Talk: Parallel poles

Thu 21 Sep

Lecture: Writing poetry in 1930s Hokkaido

16

Fri 22 Sep

Lecture: Fukushima devil fish

16

Fri 22 Sep

Gig: New Found Glory

12

Mon 25 Sep

Debate: Digital democracy or fake news?

18

Tue 26 Sep

Film: Closed Circuit

22

Tue 26 Sep

Gig: Flyte

14

Thu 28 Sep

Music: UEA Community Choir open rehearsal

9

Fri 29 Sep and Mon 2 Oct

Music: UEA auditions

9

5 12

6

OCTOBER Tue 3 Oct

Film: Fire at Sea

Tue 3 Oct

Lecture: Connecting the dots

Wed 4 Oct ,1 Nov and 6 Dec Music: UEA Music Centre lunchtime concerts

28

WHAT’S ON

DIRECTIONS

22 15 10

Wed 4 and Fri 6 Oct

Drama: The Bacchae by Euripides

Wed 4 Oct

Workshop: How to get started in literary translation

11 7

Thu 5 and Sat 7 Oct

Drama: A Summer’s Day

11

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WHAT’S ON

Literature: Emily Critchley, Tim Atkins and Colin Herd

5

Tue 7 Nov

Lecture: The microbes fight back

15

Sun 8 Oct

Gig: Loyle Carner

12

Thu 9 Nov

Gig: Cradle of Filth

14

Mon 9 Oct

Film discussion: The legacy and importance of Che Guevara

22

Thu 9 Nov

Lecture: Where are we? Translating landscapes in Qatar

17

Mon 9 – Tue 10 Oct

Drama: Stockholm

11

Fri 10 Nov

Literature: Jon Snow

Tue 10 Oct

Film: Almanya

22

Sun 12 Nov

Gig: Andrew WK

14

Tue 10 Oct

Gig: Sisquo with Dru Hill and Ginuwine

12

Tue 14 Nov

Meet-up: Nature, nurture and their interplay

20

Wed 11 Oct

Literature: Kazuo Ishiguro

3

Tue 14 Nov

Film: The Patience Stone

22

Wed 11 Oct

Lecture: From monkeys to artificial intelligence

19

Wed 15 Nov

Literature: Stephen Westaby

Thu 12 – Sat 14 Oct

Drama: Pomona

11

Thu 16 Nov

Talk: Living revolutionary dreams

Thu 12 Oct

Lecture: Learning languages

17

Thu 16 Nov

Gig: Status Quo ‘Aquostic’

12

Sun 15 Oct

Gig: Cub Fest

14

Thu 16 Nov

Lecture: Recasting tradition: 18th century Japanese picture-books

16

Mon 16 Oct

Film: Revolution: New Art for a New World

23

Fri 17 – Thu 23 Nov

Being Human Festival with UEA

8

Mon 16 Oct

Film: We Are Many We Are Many

22

Sat 18 and Sun 19 Nov

Art: Screen printing masterclass

27

Tue 17 Oct

Film: Batallion

22

Mon 20 Nov

Film: Leviathan

23

Tue 17 Oct

Literature: MA Creative Writing 2017 anthology launches

Tue 21 Nov

Film: The Other Side of Hope

23

Tue 17 Oct

Meet-up: What is a ‘personality disorder’?

20

Tue 21 Nov

Lecture: Dancing with dinosaurs

15

Tue 17 Oct

Lecture: Do not feed the stereotype

15

Wed 22 Nov

Workshop: Translating for the theatre

Wed 18 Oct

Literature: Rebecca Stott

3

Thu 23 Nov

Talk: Sandringham in peace and war

26

Wed 18 Oct

Workshop: Translating comics

7

Thu 23 Nov

Lecture: Negotiating narratives when talking intercultural

17

Thu 19 Oct

Talk: The Russian Revolution: politics, art and culture

26

Thu 23 Nov

Literature: Nikesh Shukla

Thu 19 Oct

Lecture: Studying scientific metaphor in translation

17

Thu 23 Nov

Gig: JAWS

14

Thu 19 Oct

Lecture: Accounting for images of Six Kannon in Japan

16

Thu 23 Nov

Music: Dvořák and Elgar

10

Sat 21 – Sun 29 Oct

Norwich Science Festival

20

Thu 23 Nov

Gig: Happy Mondays

12

Mon 23 Oct

Debate: Will automation steal your job?

18

Fri 24 Nov

Literature: Kenneth Clarke

Mon 23 Oct

Film: When the Wind Blows

22

Sun 26 Nov

Gig: Future Islands

12

Tue 24 Oct

Film: The Swissmakers

22

Mon 27 Nov

Debate: What does it mean to be English?

18

Tue 24 Oct

Lecture: Bird migration in a changing world

15

Tue 28 Nov Film: Bravehearts 23

Tue 24 – Wed 25 Oct

Art: Children’s holiday studios

27

Tue 28 Nov

Gig: Mark Lanegan Band

Wed 25 Oct

Workshop: Translating crime

7

Wed 29 Nov

Workshop: Editing translations

Wed 25 Oct

Gig: The Pigeon Detectives – Wait for Me

12

Thu 30 Nov

Lecture: The invention of subtitling in the US and UK

17

Wed 25 Oct

Literature: Kamila Shamsie

3

Thu 30 Nov

Gig: Beans on Toast and Skinny Lister

14

Thu 26 Oct

Lecture: Researching multilingually

17

Thu 26 Oct

Literature: Eley Williams

Tue 31 Oct

Film: Bastille Day

6

5 22

NOVEMBER

30

Wed 1 Nov

Literature: Richard Flanagan

3

Thu 2 Nov

Lecture: Introduction to the translation industry

17

Thu 2 Nov

Talk: Fabergé: from St Petersburg to Sandringham

26

Thu 2 Nov

Lecture: Norfolk Association of Architects guest lecture

19

Thu 2 Nov

Literature: Reggie Yates

7

Thu 2 Nov – Sat 4 Nov

Drama: The Minotaur Shorts Festival

11

Sat 4 Nov

Art: Lessons of Diversity in Norfolk

24

Mon 6 Nov

Film: Battleship Potemkin

23

Mon 6 Nov

Film: Truce Truce

22

3

WHAT’S ON

Thu 5 Oct

3 26

7

5

3

14 7

DECEMBER Mon 4, 6, 8 and Sat 9 Dec Drama: The Children’s Hour

11

Tue 5, 7 and Sat 9 Dec

Drama: Machinal

11

Tue 5 Dec

Film: In Darkness

23

Tue 5 Dec

Lecture: Could Google translate Shakespeare?

15

Wed 6 Dec

Literature: Children’s literature in translation

Fri 8 Dec

Art: Study Afternoon: Art into life

Sun 10 Dec

Music: A European Christmas

10

Tue 12 Dec

Meet-up: Christmas meet-up

20

Tue 12 Dec

Film: Worlds Apart

23

Thu 14 Dec

Literature: Sarah Perry

Thu 14 Dec

Music: UEA Choir Christmas Carol Concert

10

Sat 16 Dec

Children’s Lecture: The voyages of Father Christmas

19

Thu 21 Dec

Lecture: World War II, Japan and the gardens

16

6 27

5

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STAV SHEREZ Noirwich Crime Writing Festival Thu 14 Sep, 2017

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