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Alumni at Resonate

Resonate Festival - 19-21 April

Three days of free events for the whole family! A festival for the creative and curious with workshops, performances, talks and more. Take a look at where alumni are speaking below.


An Evening with Ruth Jones - Warwick Arts Centre, 19 April, 6.30pm (UK time)

We are delighted to welcome actress, screenwriter, producer and novelist Ruth Jones back to Warwick. Ruth did her undergraduate degree here in Theatre and Performance Studies and will be talking to us about her life and career, from co-writing and co-starring in the award-winning BBC sitcom Gavin & Stacey to her most recent success as a novelist, with her books Never Greener, Us Three and the forthcoming Love Untold.

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Lady Godiva’s Legacy: Women Making Change - Oculus, 20 April, 11.30am

It is no surprise then that our City of Culture year began by celebrating fourteen ‘Modern Lady Godivas’ as they too rode through the city on horseback. We welcome to the Resonate Festival a panel of women who have made a real difference in our city and beyond, including alumnae Last Mafuba and Farah Williamson Still

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Rethinking Hospitality - Faculty of Arts Building, 20 April, 4.30-6pm

Over the last two years, some sectors have thrived, others struggled and many consumers adapted their eating & drinking habits. Alumni Ravi Nahappan and Edward Rudd and academics will explore the trend towards ever greater convenience and flexibility. You can find out more about Ravi and Edward here: opens in a new window

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A Question of Sport - The Oculus, postponed

Join Paralympian and student Karé Adenegan, World Ranked Squash player and alumna Sarah-Jane Perry and Head of Warwick Esports and alumnus Jack Fenton to discuss the cultural importance and the future of sport.


Culture Share with Inini - Faculty of Arts Building, 20 April, 6pm (UK time)

Join alumna Last Mafuba (CEO of Inini) for an entertaining, lively and thought-provoking evening, as we share our cultures through poetry, music and open discussions.

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Annie Garthwaite - Cecily - Faculty of Arts Building, 21 April, 7.30pm (UK time)

Bestselling author and alumna, Annie Garthwaite will discuss her lifelong ambition to write a novel on the life of Cecily Neville and how her degree at Warwick helped her to achieve it.

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