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Creative writing workshops will explore the inspiration of the coast

Free creative writing workshops on the traditions of seaside literature and run by tutors from Canterbury Christ Church University’s Creative Writing courses take place this month in Folkestone.

28 October 2022

Fun for all at festival celebrating University’s contribution to Kent’s creative and cultural heritage

A free family friendly festival is being held in October by Canterbury Christ Church University to celebrate their contribution to Kent's rich and diverse cultural history and creativity.

14 October 2022

Grief journeys and tattoo stories

The latest event for the How We Mourn project will focus on people with memorial tattoos.

10 October 2022

Canterbury Festival's 2022 programme announced

This year’s Canterbury Festival takes place at venues across the city from Saturday 15 October to Saturday 5 November. Boasting over 150 events, audiences can expect a plethora of unique experiences.

18 July 2022

We:Connect Festival

An exciting new two-day festival for young people to reconnect will launch in Canterbury in June featuring music, theatre, dance, drag, talks, workshops and more in an exciting programme of events.

17 June 2022

Cathedrals Group Festival Concert returns to Canterbury

This national festival returns after three years bringing together Cathedral Group university choirs from across England to celebrate music and provide a feast of choral music.

09 May 2022

Canterbury Christ Church celebrated for contributing to the UK’s creative excellence

Multi Emmy and BAFTA winning documentary-film producer and director, and alumna, Kate Blewett, has been recognised as one of the UK’s greatest creative hits

13 January 2022

Sidney De Haan Research Centre launches dynamic new webinar series

The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health (SDHRC) is launching a dynamic new research webinar series 'Health Through Arts: Connecting People and Communities'

10 December 2021

Creative sound lecturer nominated at The Ivors Composer Awards

Dr Magz Hall, Senior Lecturer in the School of Creative Arts & Industries, has been nominated for a prestigious Ivors Composer Award.

10 November 2021

Creative Writing academic Danny Rhodes shortlisted for BBC National Short Story Award

Danny Rhodes, Course Director for BA Creative and Professional Writing has been shortlisted for the BBC's National Short Story Award, one of the most prestigious awards for a single short story.

29 September 2021

Final year student wins Student Journalist of the Year award

Third-year Multimedia Journalism student, David Applin, has won this year’s IRN Student Journalist of the Year award.

20 July 2021

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