Events

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 until 30 November 2014
Communion and Sacrifice: St. Gregory's War Memorial and the Great War
All welcome, FREE entry. A Commemorative talk presented by Dr Martin Watts about St. Gregory's War Memorial and the stories behind those who died in the War.
Glebe House | 15:00
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 until 17 December 2014
Remembering, we forget
Poets, Artists and the First World War
Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury | All Day
Saturday, 15 November 2014 until 29 November 2014
Drawing Days at the Sidney Cooper Gallery with Roy Eastland
Three day workshop, 15th, 22nd, 29th November, 10.30am - 4pm
Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury | 10:30
Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Germany and Poland: Strangers on a Train or Participants of a Common Destiny?
Politics and International Relations Public Lecture with Professor Karl Cordell from Plymouth University
Lg16 | 17:00
Art and War
Through the centuries artists have responded to the experience of war through art.
Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury | 17:00
Second Year assessed performances
Second year student groups.
Broadstairs | Dwell Bar | 20:00
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Top Voices sing Autumn Leaves
The University's versatile group of high-voice singers (director: Chris Price).
North Holmes Road | St. Gregory's Centre for Music | 13:10
School of Media, Art and Design
Research Seminar Series - Michaelmas term
North Holmes Road, Canterbury | Pf06 | 16:15
Ninth Annual Thomas Becket Lecture
'Thomas Becket in the Courtroom', lecture by Dr Nick Karn.
Canterbury campus | Old Sessions House, Og46 | 18:00
Thursday, 27 November 2014
1914-1918: Was Britain Right to Fight?
Public lecture by Professor Nigel Biggar
Canterbury Campus | Old Sessions House Og46 | 18:00
Thanksgiving Dinner
Join us for a fantastic evening with a delicious Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday 27th November. Bring your friends and family and celebrate this wonderful occasion in style.
Canterbury | Augustine House Grand Hall | 18:30
Friday, 28 November 2014
Maxwell Davies at 80: Christ Church Celebrates
The School of Music and Performing Arts has enjoyed a long and fruitful association with its Visiting Professor, Peter Maxwell Davies, whose status as one of the towering figures of British post-war music is assured.
North Holmes Road | North Holmes Road, St Gregory's Centre for Music and Maxwell Davies Building | All Day
Saturday, 29 November 2014
Communion and Sacrifice: St. Gregory's War Memorial and the Great War
Dr Watts lectures in modern history at Christ Church and among his research interests is Kent and the Great War. All Welcome, Free Entry!
North Holmes Rd. | St Gregorys Centre, | 15:00
Intraorbital Foreign Body (IOFB) Interpretation - Reporting and Requesting for Radiographers
This programme is designed for radiographers who wish to interpret orbit radiographs prior to MRI scanning
Medway | All Day
Homeopathy: Magic or Medicine?
Community Arts and Education day school (adult education)
Canterbury | All Day
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