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Alumnus Kenny Allstar named DJ of the Year

Acclaimed DJ and Canterbury Christ Church University Alumnus, Kenny Allstar, has been named DJ of the Year at the recent Urban Music Awards.

4 Mar 2022

Celebrating Canterbury’s daughter, Aphra Behn

The Canterbury’s Aphra Behn project is launching a year of celebration and events in honour of the first professional woman writer in English and forgotten daughter of Canterbury, Aphra Behn.

25 September 2023

Game-on: celebrating the history of British amusement arcades

Dr Alan Meades, Principal Lecturer in Games Design, at Canterbury Christ Church University, has been researching and documenting one of Britain’s most-loved activities for the past decade.

18 September 2023

Canterbury Festival’s 2023 line-up revealed

Canterbury Festival is back and bigger than ever for 2023 and Canterbury Christ Church University is celebrating its 13th year as Partner and Principal Sponsor of the Festival.

17 July 2023

Funding awarded to become a Being Human Festival Hub

Canterbury Christ Church University has been awarded funding to become a Being Human Festival Hub in November 2023, hosting a series of free public events exploring the theme of ‘Women Making Sense’.

05 July 2023

Celebrating 13 Years as Partner and Principal Sponsor of Canterbury Festival

This year (2023) marks Canterbury Christ Church University’s 13th year as Partner and Principal Sponsor of Canterbury Festival, celebrating and championing arts and culture in the city.

05 June 2023

Helping to uncover the secrets of the UK’s oldest shoe

A University lecturer who is used to diagnosing human conditions has helped to uncover the secrets of a rare Bronze Age child’s shoe, potentially the oldest in the UK, through the use of X-rays.

28 February 2023

Graduation is a family affair

Three members of the Broadhurst family celebrated graduating together last week, at a unique event at Canterbury Christ Church University’s winter graduation ceremonies.

03 February 2023

Exploring metals and minerals in photography

An exhibition looking into metals and minerals and how they are used in photography is taking place at The Hive in Birmingham next month.

09 January 2023

Celebrating our research heritage

For six decades millions of people have benefited from research conducted by the University’s academics, research centres and research groups.

20 December 2022

Creating opportunities for underrepresented talent

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to promoting racial equality, closing the degree awarding gap, increasing graduate employability, and promoting a diverse workforce.

29 November 2022

New Doctoral research to uncover Tudor past of Dover's Maison Dieu

A doctoral research project funded by The Janus Foundation and the University's Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award, is set to uncover the role of Dover’s Maison Dieu under the late Tudors.

07 November 2022

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

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