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SPRING 2016

LITERATURE GIGS DRAMA CONCERTS LECTURES FILM ART


CONTENTS

3 LITERATURE 5 DRAMA 6 GIGS 10 CONCERTS AND MUSIC EVENTS 11 CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS 12 LECTURES AND SEMINARS 20 FILM SCREENINGS 22 ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS 27 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 28 EVENTS CALENDAR

Front cover: Alphonse Mucha Rêverie, 1897 This page: Romilly Saumarez Smith Kindly Stag, 2014


All events take place in Lecture Theatre 1 at 7pm Season ticket £56 / £48 Individual tickets £8 Visit uea.ac.uk/litfest Email literaryevents@uea.ac.uk Follow @UEALitFest

FEBRUARY Wed 3 Feb Paul Mason Wed 10 Feb Julie Myerson Wed 17 Feb Tim Parks Wed 24 Feb Melvyn Bragg

LITERATURE

SPRING LITERARY FESTIVAL UEA’s Literary Festival regularly welcomes award-winning authors to campus

MARCH Wed 2 Mar Graham Swift APRIL Wed 13 Apr Rowan Williams Wed 20 Apr Deborah Levy Wed 27 Apr Joanne Harris

Photo credits: Paul Mason, © Antonio Olmos Melvyn Bragg, ©ITV Joanne Harris, ©Jordan Smith 3


LITERATURE

UEA LIVE A series of readings showcasing the past, present and future of UEA’s creative writing talent All events take place at 7pm in Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich Free

JANUARY Thu 21 Jan Paul M.M. Cooper FEBRUARY Thu 18 Feb Mona Arshi MARCH Thu 3 Mar K.J. Orr APRIL Thu 21 Apr Juliet Jacques

Thu 11 Feb, 7pm

R.F. Langley: an evening of readings Poetry magazine, PN Review, in collaboration with UEA and Writers’ Centre Norwich, celebrates the work of ‘one of the secret treasures of modern poetry’ Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich Free

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Latecomers may not be admitted Email dramaevents@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/events Follow @UEADrama

JANUARY Thu 21 – Sat 23 Jan, 7.30pm The fastest clock in the universe Minotaur Theatre Company presents a play by Philip Ridley What could go wrong at a birthday party with cake, cards and a very, very sharp knife? £7 / £5, cash only Tickets on sale at the venue from 6.30pm Thu 28 – Sat 30 Jan, 7.30pm Half a person Minotaur Theatre Company presents a play by James McDermott A coming of age drama, an adventure, a story about stories £7 / £5 Tickets store.uea.ac.uk

FEBRUARY Thu 18 – Sat 20 Feb, 7.30pm Cabaret: a night at the musicals Minotaur Theatre Company presents a charity event Free, donations welcome Tickets store.uea.ac.uk

DRAMA

All performances take place at UEA drama studio

MARCH Thu 3 – Sat 5 Mar, 7.30pm RENT: the musical UEA Drama Society presents a musical by Jonathan Larson A year in the life of impoverished young artists, struggling to survive in New York under the shadow of HIV £10 / £7, cash only Tickets on sale at the venue from 6.30pm

Wed 9 – Sat 12 Mar, 7.30pm

Promenades by Noëlle Renaude Le Système Ribadier by Georges Feydeau UEA’s French language theatre company, Sacré Théâtre presents two plays in French UEA drama studio £7 / £5 Tickets store.uea.ac.uk

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GIGS

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 Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

THE NICK RAYNS LCR Gigs on campus at UEA

JANUARY Sun 17 Jan, 7pm The Temperance Movement £14 Thu 28 Jan, 7.30pm Mayday Parade £16 FEBRUARY Sun 7 Feb, 7pm Gabrielle Aplin £16.50 Mon 8 Feb, 7.30pm Bowling for Soup SOLD OUT Sat 13 Feb, 6pm Fun Lovin’ Criminals £23.50 Tue 16 Feb, 6.30pm The Kerrang Tour ft SUM 41 SOLD OUT Fri 19 Feb, 8pm Soul II Soul £25

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Sun 21 Feb, 7pm Richard Hawley £25 Fri 26 Feb, 6.30pm Sabaton + Alestorm £19 MARCH Fri 11 Mar, 7.30pm Wolf Alice SOLD OUT Sat 12 Mar, 6.30pm Reef £17.50 Mon 21 Mar, 7.30pm Scott Bradlee’s postmodern jukebox £22


Sun 3 Apr, 7pm Nothing But Thieves £12 Thu 7 Apr, 7.30pm Ben Haenow £23.50 Sun 10 Apr, 7pm Jack & Jack £16.50

GABRIELLE APLIN

Tue 12 Apr, 6.30pm Jack Garratt £15 Sun 17 Apr, 7pm Hollywood Undead £17.50 Thu 28 Apr, 7.30pm Lethal Bizzle £16.50

GIGS

APRIL Sat 2 Apr, 6pm PVRIS SOLD OUT


GIGS

THE WATERFRONT Gigs on King Street, Norwich Call 01603 508050 Visit ueaticketbookings.co.uk

JANUARY Wed 13 Jan, 7pm Alien Ant Farm £17.50

MARCH Sat 5 Mar, 6.30pm Foxes £16

Thu 14 Jan, 7.30pm Cancer Bats £11

Sun 6 Mar, 7pm Theory of a Deadman £15

Tue 19 Jan, 7.30pm Baaba Maal £20

Wed 9 Mar, 7.30pm Stiff Little Fingers £18.50

FEBRUARY Tue 2 Feb, 7.30pm The Cadillac Three £13.50 Thu 11 Feb, 7.30pm Basement £14

Sat 12 Mar, 6.30pm Decapitated/Sylosis £14 Wed 30 Mar, 7.30pm Crossfaith £12 APRIL Fri 1 Apr, 6.30pm The Quireboys £17 Wed 13 Apr, 7.30pm The Cat Empire £25

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THE CAT EMPIRE

FOXES


CONCERTS AND MUSIC EVENTS

Performances by UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir, plus guests Call 01603 593948 Email musicevents@uea.ac.uk Visit uea.ac.uk/music-centre Tickets for UEA concerts are available: Online uea.ac.uk/music-centre In person or over the phone Prelude Records (01603 628319) St. George’s Music Shop (01603 626414) On the door

MARCH Fri 11 Mar, 7.30pm Transformations UEA Symphony Orchestra will be joined by UEA Drama to perform Mendelssohn’s overture for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Rachmaninov’s Paganini Rhapsody and Mahler’s Totenfeier St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich £4 - £12

APRIL Sat 30 Apr, 7.30pm War and Peace UEA Choir presents two contrasting pieces of 20th century music, Britten’s Ballad of Heroes and Duruflé’s Requiem Norwich Cathedral, Norwich £5 - £12


All cafés take place from 6.30 – 9pm at The Cut Arts and Media Centre, 8 The New Cut, Halesworth IP19 8BY £3 Call 0845 6732 123 Email info@newcut.org Follow @cutscicafe

JANUARY Tue 26 Jan Cereal thriller: wheat will happen next? What is happening to the nutritional value and yields of crops such as wheat and barley? Are there any cereal killers out there?

MARCH Thu 31 Mar 2016 is international year of beans and pulses Learn more about these precious pods and their potential to improve our health, wealth and planet

CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS

THE CUT SCIENCE CAFÉS Join UEA researchers to discuss topical issues in an informal setting

FEBRUARY Tue 23 Feb Gene sequencing, super computers and biological How can gene sequencing solve scientific problems?

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

INAUGURAL LECTURES Explore cutting–edge ideas with UEA’s newest professors Unless otherwise stated, all talks take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA and are followed by a drinks reception Free

JANUARY Tue 19 Jan ‘Please Sir, I want some more’: food and hunger in Victorian Britain Prof Emma Griffin

MARCH Tue 1 Mar The power of frustration: pioneering clean hydrogen energy Prof Gregory Wildgoose

Tue 26 Jan Greenhouse gases and bioenergy: theologians and radicals have a laugh while Martians eat metals Prof David Richardson, Vice-Chancellor The Sir Brandon Gough lecture theatre, The Enterprise Centre, UEA

Tue 8 Mar Pop music and the disabled body Prof George McKay

FEBRUARY Tue 2 Feb Maximising potential through occupational therapy and education Prof Nicola Spalding

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APRIL Tue 12 Apr To be or not to be, that is the question Prof Ian Charles


The talks are hosted by the Religious Literacy Network at UEA and supported by the Keswick Hall Trust All events take place at 6.30pm in the Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre Free

FEBRUARY Thu 25 Feb Faith and British politics Baroness Warsi, former Minister of State for Faith and Communities and Aaqil Ahmed, BBC Head of Religion and Ethics Debate chaired by Rt Hon Prof Charles Clarke

MARCH Thu 3 Mar I’m okay – you’re okay: religion in the public square Prof Lee Marsden, University of East Anglia Thu 10 Mar God matters to us all Rt Hon Prof Charles Clarke

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

KESWICK HALL LECTURES This new series of talks explores the current state of religion and British politics

Wed 20 Apr, 6 – 7.30pm School of Social Work 40th Anniversary Lectures

Clement Attlee and the future of social work Prof Jonathan Dickens

Where have I come from? Who am I now? Adoption and identity Prof Elsbeth Neil The Sir Brandon Gough lecture theatre, The Enterprise Centre, UEA Free 13


LECTURES AND SEMINARS

IN OTHER WORDS A series of events organised by UEA’s School of Language and Communication Studies All events take place from 1 – 2pm in the Elizabeth Fry building room 01.05 at UEA unless otherwise stated Free

JANUARY Thu 21 Jan The freelancer’s guide to the translation agency Tom Bool, Integro Languages Thu 28 Jan Languages and humanitarian aid: what you need for the ICRC Liz Harris, International Committee of the Red Cross FEBRUARY Thu 4 Feb Working as an in–house translator James Powell, Transperfect Thu 18 Feb Getting started as a freelance translator Debbie Elliott, Integro Thu 25 Feb Living interculturally in a languaged world Dr Richard Fay, University of Manchester

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MARCH Thu 3 Mar Human rights and intercultural citizenship in language learning Prof Hugh Starkey, University College, London APRIL Thu 14 Apr Marketing translation services Jen Metcalf, Jigsaw Translation Thu 28 Apr Police and court interpreting: theory and practice Geoffrey Buckingham, Association of Police and Court Interpreters MAY Thu 5 May ‘Method, magic and mascara’: the gendered reporting of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games 2014 in French, British and Spanish newspapers Dr Amy Pressland, University of East Anglia


All events take place at 6.30pm in Lecture Theatre 2 at UEA, unless otherwise stated Free

FEBRUARY Tue 2 Feb Five parameters by which to assess any and every public policy: precaution, evidence, political economy, asymmetry and framing Dr Phil Hutchinson, Manchester Metropolitan University

MARCH Tue 1 Mar The past and future of precautionary reasoning Prof Tim O’Riordan, University of East Anglia

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

PHILOSOPHY LECTURES Sponsored by the Royal Institute of Philosophy, these lectures explore the theme of Evidence, action, and caution: exploring the precautionary principle

Wed 17 Feb Precaution or ‘pro-action’? The great debate of the 21st century A debate between Dr Rupert Read, University of East Anglia and Prof Steve Fuller, University of Warwick

Mon 22 Feb, 6.30 – 8pm W.G. Sebald Lecture on Literary Translation

Roger McGough

British Library conference centre, London NW1 2DB Tickets £7 – £10 Visit bl.uk/events Phone 01937 546546

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

NEWMAN LECTURES A series of talks on the subject of the Catholic church and the world All events take place at 6.30pm in the Julian Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA Free

APRIL Mon 4 Apr Sir Francis Campbell, Vice Chancellor of St Mary’s University Twickenham Mon 11 Apr The Bishop of Norwich, Graham James

Mon 18 Apr Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor Mon 25 Apr Archbishop Eamon Martin, Primate of All Ireland


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JANUARY Mon 25 Jan The economics of prostitution Prof Peter Moffatt, University of East Anglia FEBRUARY Mon 1 Feb Behavioural economics and control trials in the UK Government: examples from tax and beyond Rohan Grove, HM Revenue & Customs Mon 8 Feb Using choice experiments to explore procedural preferences: an application to environmental programmes Dr Michael Brock, University of East Anglia Mon 15 Feb Honesty and beliefs about honesty in fifteen countries Dr David Hugh-Jones, University of East Anglia

Mon 22 Feb Thinking about double dividend fiscal policy initiatives? Prof Peter Sinclair, University of Birmingham Mon 29 Feb Careers after an economics degree: a view from professionals Dr Georgios Papadopoulos, University of East Anglia

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

CONTEMPORARY ECONOMICS LECTURES All lectures take place from 6 – 8pm in the Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre at UEA

MARCH Mon 7 Mar The economic returns to a degree: how great and how varied are they? Prof Robin Naylor, Warwick University APRIL Mon 18 Apr Does life satisfaction matter to economic outcomes? Chiara Peroni, Statec

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LECTURES AND SEMINARS

POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES LECTURES All events take place at 4pm in the Arts building room 3.03 at UEA unless otherwise stated Free

JANUARY Wed 20 Jan Elites, race and nationhood: the ‘branded gentry’ Dr Daniel Smith, Anglia Ruskin University FEBRUARY Wed 3 Feb Electoral debates and citizenship Dr Giles Moss, University of Leeds Wed 17 Feb Gender and peacebuilding at the UN Dr Laura Shepherd, University of New South Wales

Fri 26 Feb, 7pm John Garrett Memorial Lecture

Michael Cockerell

Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA Free

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MARCH Wed 2 Mar Environmental conflict/governance Dr Mark Zeitoun, University of East Anglia APRIL Wed 13 Apr Refugee and exile communities in the Arab world Mezna Qato, University of Cambridge Wed 27 Apr, 11am – 5pm Media, politics and activism A half–day symposium Queen’s building, room 01.11, UEA Free Email m.skey@uea.ac.uk to register


JANUARY Wed 20 Jan, 4 – 5pm Lessons in entrepreneurship: the good, the bad, the ugly Dr Jonathan Milner, Abcam The Sir Brandon Gough lecture theatre, The Enterprise Centre, UEA Thu 21 Jan, 6pm Military orientalism: why counter-insurgency fails – lessons from the Algerian War Dr Neil Macmaster, University of East Anglia Arts building, room 3.01

FEBRUARY Wed 10 Feb, 5 – 7pm Translating children’s literature Dr Chantal Wright, University of Warwick Congregation Hall, room 0.13 APRIL Thu 21 – Fri 22 Apr, 10am – 6pm Norwich city of interculture Celebrate cultures, diversity and languages with a range of activities The Forum, Norwich

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

OTHER LECTURES AND SEMINARS All events are free to attend

Wed 27 Jan, 5 – 7pm The Englishing of Ibsen Prof Janet Garton, University of East Anglia Congregation Hall, room 0.13

Wed 27 Jan, 6.30pm

The UK and the EU: ask the experts A question–time style panel event with academics from across the UK EPIC Studios, Magdalen St, Norwich Free, booking essential Email ukandeu.ppl@uea.ac.uk

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FILM SCREENINGS

WORLD CINEMA A selection of international films, all subtitled in English, hosted by UEA’s Language and Communications department and the Centre for Research in European Studies (CREST) All screenings take place at 5pm Free

JANUARY Tue 12 Jan Children of Men (British) Lecture Theatre 3

FEBRUARY Mon 8 Feb A Boy and his Samurai (Japanese) Lecture Theatre 4

Tue 19 Jan Days of Glory (French) Lecture Theatre 3

Tue 9 Feb Kopps (Swedish) Lecture Theatre 3

Mon 25 Jan The Tale of Princess Kaguya (Japanese) Lecture Theatre 4

Tue 9 Feb Under the Rainbow (French) Lecture Theatre 4

Tue 26 Jan Samba (French) Lecture Theatre 4 Thu 28 Jan Wild Tales (Spanish) Lecture Theatre 3

Thu 11 Feb Hermosa Juventud (Spanish) Lecture Theatre 3 Tue 16 Feb Tangerines (Georgian-Estonian) Lecture Theatre 3 Mon 22 Feb Bayside Shakedown: The Movie (Japanese) Lecture Theatre 4 Tue 23 Feb Timbuktu (French-African) Lecture Theatre 4 Thu 25 Feb Marshland - La Isla Minima (Spanish) Lecture Theatre 3

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APRIL Tue 12 Apr In the Fog (Belarussian-Russian) Lecture Theatre 3

Mon 7 Mar Talk, Talk, Talk (Japanese) Lecture Theatre 4

Tue 19 Apr The Confrontation (Hungarian) Lecture Theatre 3

Tue 8 Mar Emergency Exit – Young Italians Abroad (Italian) Lecture Theatre 3

Tue 26 Apr The Science of Sleep (French) Lecture Theatre 3

FILM SCREENINGS

MARCH Tue 1 Mar The Island (Greek) Lecture Theatre 4

Tue 8 Mar Alceste à Bicyclette (French) Lecture Theatre 4 Thu 10 Mar Instructions Not Included (Spanish) Lecture Theatre 3

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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 Call 01603 593199 Email scva@uea.ac.uk Visit scva.ac.uk Follow @SainsburyCentre

EXHIBITIONS

Until Sun 20 Mar Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty Celebrating the work of one of the leading artists of the fin-de-siècle £7 / £6

Until Sun 10 Apr Newfoundland Work by contemporary jeweller Romilly Saumarez Smith Free Sat 23 Apr – Mon 29 Aug Alberto Giacometti – A Line Through Time Commemorating the 50th anniverary of the artist’s death


JANUARY Thu 21 Jan, 6pm Special lecture with Stephen Calloway Author of Aubrey Beardsley and Baroque Baroque: the culture of excess Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6

FEBRUARY Fri 12 Feb, 4 – 6pm Art Nouveau objects in focus – behind the scenes with the Anderson Collection Explore behind the scenes at the Sainsbury Centre Education studio £20, booking essential MARCH Thu 3 Mar, 6pm Le Style Mucha as a visual language A talk on Mucha’s aesthetic theories by curator, Tomoko Sato Sainsbury Centre lecture theatre £8 / £6

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

ALPHONSE MUCHA – SPECIAL EVENTS Running alongside the major exhibition, Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty, is a series of special events

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

TALKS AND TOURS Discover the Sainsbury Collection with the help of informative guides

Tuesday to Sunday, 11am and 2pm (subject to availability) Guided tours of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free Booking not required Tuesday to Friday, 3pm (tours last approx 45 mins) Tours of Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty Meet at gallery reception Free with exhibition ticket Booking essential

Fri 26 Feb 4.30 – 7.30pm Sat 27 Feb 11 – 4pm Writing with images, writing with objects: study evening and workshop Education studio Booking essential Evening session £14 / £12 Combined evening session and workshop £20 / £25 Free student tickets available

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Last Friday of each month, 1.15 – 1.45pm Art for lunch Join a guide for an informative talk on an artist, object or aspect of the Sainsbury Collection Meet at gallery reception Free Fri 29 Jan Flying around the Americas Why is the representation of birds so important across the world? Fri 26 Feb The hornbill carving and the Malagan rites How the people of New Ireland honour their dead Fri 18 Mar Rubber people Looking at the Olmec, the first civilisation in Central America Fri 29 Apr John Davies and the Sainsbury Collection Discover more about one of the key artists in the Collection


All Sainsbury Centre Sunday events take place from 2 – 4pm Meet at the gallery reception Booking essential £6 / £4

FEBRUARY Sun 7 Feb The sculpture and drawings of John Davies MARCH Sun 6 Mar Modigliani: the bad boy of Montparnasse

APRIL Sun 3 April Masks of the world MAY Sun 1 May The raven and potlatch feasts in Pacific Northwest America

ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

SAINSBURY CENTRE SUNDAYS One Sunday a month, take part in activities inspired by the Sainsbury Collection including practical artist–led workshops and study afternoons

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ART EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

ARTISTS AND IDEAS

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

Practical workshops and courses for adults and young people

Interactive activities for the whole family to enjoy

Alternate Tuesdays during term time (from 26 Jan), 4.30 – 6.30pm Young associates A group which meets to develop creative ideas and visual arts projects If you are interested in joining Email n.croose-myhill@uea.ac.uk Sainsbury Centre education studio No booking required Free and open to ages 15–25

Every third Friday of the month, 10.15 – 11.45am (15 Jan, 19 Feb, 18 Mar, 15 Apr) Mini-studio Creative play for pre–school children Sainsbury Centre education studio £8 / £6 Free for accompanying adults Booking essential

ArtsLab workshops Wednesdays during term time (from 13 Jan) 4.30 – 6.30pm A chance to learn new artistic skills and techniques Sainsbury Centre education studio Booking essential £8 / £6

First Sunday of the month, 2 – 4pm (7 Feb, 6 Mar, 3 Apr) Sunday studio Family friendly, artist–led creative activities, inspired by objects in the Sainsbury Collection Free, donations welcome

FEBRUARY HALF TERM

Family gallery tours Free, drop in anytime Ask at gallery reception for availability and times

Tue 16 Feb (5 – 7 year olds) Wed 17 Feb (8 – 12 year olds) 10.30am – 3pm Children’s holiday studio Artist–led activities based around the theme of animals and nature Education studio £18 / £14 (includes materials) Booking essential

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Suitcase travellers Take a journey through the galleries with one of our fun–filled suitcases and see what you can discover about the Sainsbury Collection Ask at gallery reception for information £1 suggested donation Drop in any time


For directions to and around campus Visit uea.ac.uk/about/visiting-staying

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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

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WHAT’S ON

Until Sun 20 Mar Until Sun 20 Apr

Exhibition: Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty Exhibition: Newfoundland

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Film: Children of Men Workshop: ArtsLab Gig: Alien Ant Farm Gig: Cancer Bats Workshop: Mini-studio Gig: The Temperance Movement Gig: Baaba Maal Lecture: ‘Please Sir, I want some more’: food and hunger in Victorian Britain Film: Days of Glory Workshop: ArtsLab Lecture: Elites, race and nationhood: the ‘branded gentry’ Lecture: Lessons in entrepreneurship: the good, the bad, the ugly Literature: Paul M.M. Cooper Lecture: Stephen Calloway Lecture: The freelancer’s guide to the translation agency Lecture: Military orientalism: why counter–insurgency fails – lessons from the Algerian War Theatre: The fastest clock in the universe Lecture: The Economics of prostitution Film: The Tale of Princess Kaguya Workshop: Young associates Lecture: Greenhouse gases and bioenergy: theologians and radicals have a laugh while Martians eat metals Film: Samba Café conversation: Cereal thriller: wheat will happen next? Workshop: ArtsLab Workshop: The Englishing of Ibsen Panel event: The UK and the EU: ask the experts Lecture: Languages and humanitarian aid: what you need for the ICRC Film: Wild Tales Gig: Mayday Parade Theatre: Half a person Lunchtime talk: Flying around the Americas

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JANUARY Tue 12 Wed 13 Wed 13 Thu 14 Fri 15 Sun 17 Tue 19 Tue 19 Tue 19 Wed 20 Wed 20 Wed 20 Thu 21 Thu 21 Thu 21 Thu 21 Thu 21 – Sat 23 Mon 25 Mon 25 Tue 26 Tue 26 Tue 26 Tue 26 Wed 27 Wed 27 Wed 27 Thu 28 Thu 28 Thu 28 Thu 28 – Sat 30 Fri 29

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FEBRUARY Mon 1 Tue 2 Tue 2 Tue 2 Wed 3 Wed 3

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Lecture: Behavioural economics and control trials in the UK 17 Gig: The Cadillac Three 8 Lecture: Maximising potential through occupational therapy and education 12 Lecture: Five parameters by which to assess any and every public policy: precaution, evidence, political economy, asymmetry, and framing 15 Literature: Paul Mason 3 Workshop: ArtsLab 26


Lecture: Electoral debates and citizenship Lecture: Working as in–house translator Gig: Gabrielle Aplin Workshop: Sunday studio Study afternoon: The sculpture and drawings of John Davies Gig: Bowling for Soup Lecture: Using choice experiments to explore procedural preferences Film: A Boy and his Samurai Workshop: Young associates Film: Kopps Film: Under the Rainbow Literature: Julie Myerson Workshop: ArtsLab Workshop: Translating children’s literature Literature: R.F. Langley: an evening of readings Gig: Basement Film: Hermosa Juventud Art Nouveau objects in focus – behind the scenes with the Anderson Collection Gig: Fun Lovin’ Criminals Lecture: Honesty and beliefs about honesty in fifteen countries Sainsbury Centre: Half term family activities Gig: The Kerrang Tour ft SUM 41 Film: Tangerines Workshop: Children’s Holiday Studio (5–7 years) Literature: Tim Parks Workshop: ArtsLab Lecture: Precaution or ‘pro-action’? The great debate of the 21st century Lecture: Gender and peacebuilding at the UN Workshop: Children’s Holiday Studio (8–12 years) Literature: Mona Arshi Lecture: Getting started as a freelance translator Theatre: Cabaret: a night at the musicals Gig: Soul II Soul Workshop: Mini-studio Gig: Richard Hawley Lecture: Roger McGough Lecture: Thinking about double dividend fiscal policy initiatives? Film: Bayside Shakedown: The Movie Workshop: Young associates Film: Timbuktu Café conversation: Gene sequencing, super computers and biological Literature: Melvyn Bragg Workshop: ArtsLab Lecture: Living interculturally in a languaged world Film: Marshland – La Isla Minima Debate: Faith and British politics

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WHAT’S ON

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WHAT’S ON

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MARCH Tue 1 Tue 1 Tue 1 Wed 2 Wed 2 Wed 2 Thu 3 Thu 3 Thu 3 Thu 3 Thu 3 – Sat 5 Mar Sat 5 Sun 6 Sun 6 Sun 6 Mon 7 Mon 7 Tue 8 Tue 8 Tue 8 Tue 8 Wed 9 Wed 9 Wed 9 – Sat 12 Thu 10 Thu 10 Fri 11 Fri 11 Sat 12 Sat 12 Wed 16 Fri 18 Fri 18 Mon 21 Tue 22 Wed 23 Wed 30 Wed 30 Thu 31

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Gig: Sabaton + Alestorm Lunchtime talk: The hornbill carving and the Malagan rites Lecture: Michael Cockerell Workshop: Writing with images, writing with objects Lecture: Careers after an economics degree: a view from professionals

Lecture: The power of frustration: pioneering clean hydrogen energy 12 Lecture: The past and future of precautionary reasoning 15 Film: The Island 21 Literature: Graham Swift 3 Workshop: ArtsLab 26 Lecture: Environmental conflict/governance 18 Lecture: Le Style Mucha as a visual language 23 Literature: K.J. Orr 4 Lecture: Human rights and intercultural citizenship in language learning 14 Lecture: I’m okay – you’re okay: religion in the public square 13 Theatre: RENT: the musical 5 Gig: Foxes 8 Gig: Theory of a Deadman 8 Workshop: Sunday studio 26 Study afternoon: Modigliani: the bad boy of Montparnasse 25 Lecture: The economic returns to a degree: how great and how varied are they? 17 Film: Talk, Talk, Talk 21 Workshop: Young associates 26 Lecture: Pop music and the disabled body 12 Film: Emergency Exit - Young Italians Abroad 21 Film: Alceste à Bicyclette 21 Gig: Stiff Little Fingers 8 Workshop: ArtsLab 26 Theatre: Promenades and Le Système Ribadier 5 Film: Instructions Not Included 21 Lecture: God matters to us all 13 Gig: Wolf Alice 6 Concert: Transformations 10 Gig: Reef 6 Gig: Decapitated / Sylosis 8 Workshop: ArtsLab 26 Workshop: Mini-studio 26 Lunchtime talk: Rubber People 24 Gig: Scott Bradlee’s postmodern jukebox 6 Workshop: Young associates 26 Workshop: ArtsLab 26 Gig: Crossfaith 8 Workshop: ArtsLab 26 Café conversation: 2016 is international year of beans and pulses 11


Gig: The Quireboys Gig: PVRIS Gig: Nothing But Thieves Workshop: Sunday studio Study afternoon: Masks of the world Lecture: Sir Francis Campbell, Vice Chancellor of St Mary’s University Twickenham Workshop: Young associates Workshop: ArtsLab Gig: Ben Haenow Gig: Jack & Jack Lecture: The Bishop of Norwich, Graham James Gig: Jack Garratt Lecture: To be or not to be, that is the question Film: In the Fog Literature: Rowan Williams Gig: The Cat Empire Workshop: ArtsLab Lecture: Refugee and exile communities in the Arab world Lecture: Marketing translation services Workshop: Mini-studio Gig: Hollywood Undead Lecture: Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor Lecture: Does life satisfaction matter to economic outcomes? Workshop: Young associates Film: The Confrontation Literature: Deborah Levy Workshop: ArtsLab Lecture: School of Social Work 40th Anniversary Lectures Literature: Juliet Jacques City event: Norwich city of interculture Exhibition: Alberto Giacometti – A Line Through Time Lecture: Archbishop Eamon Martin, Primate of All Ireland Film: The Science of Sleep Literature: Joanne Harris Workshop: ArtsLab Symposium: Media, politics and activism Gig: Lethal Bizzle Lecture: Police and court interpreting: theory and practice Lunchtime talk: John Davies and the Sainsbury Collection Concert: War and Peace

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MAY Sun 1 Thu 5

Study afternoon: The raven and potlatch feasts in Pacific Northwest America Lecture: ‘Method, magic and mascara’: the gendered reporting of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games 2014

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APRIL Fri 1 Sat 2 Sun 3 Sun 3 Sun 3 Mon 4 Tue 5 Wed 6 Thu 7 Sun 10 Mon 11 Tue 12 Tue 12 Tue 12 Wed 13 Wed 13 Wed 13 Wed 13 Thu 14 Fri 15 Sun 17 Mon 18 Mon 18 Tue 19 Tue 19 Wed 20 Wed 20 Wed 20 Thu 21 Thu 21 – Fri 22 Sat 23 – Mon 29 Aug Mon 25 Tue 26 Wed 27 Wed 27 Wed 27 Thu 28 Thu 28 Fri 29 Sat 30


GRAHAM SWIFT Spring Literary Festival Wed 2 Mar

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