A group of researchers from WMG at the University of Warwick are using poetry, story-telling and music to draw attention to the important role supply chains play in everyday life.
The greatest love story of all, Romeo and Juliet, will be beamed to The Piazza at The University of Warwick live and free of charge for members of the public on Tuesday, 22 September. Warwick is the first university and the only place in the West Midlands showing the Royal Opera House ballet performance, which starts at 7:30pm.
A TV chef, a pioneer of Coventry’s musical heritage and a polar explorer and will be helping to highlight the contribution the University of Warwick has made at home and abroad since it was established 50 years ago.
In the spirit of Christmas, the University of Warwick is offering a series of free, public lectures to further spark the community’s interest in science.
Warwick Arts Centre announce their Autumn programme of world class performances and artistic adventures.
The Warwick Arts Centre's full Autumn schedule is now available.
Community takes the centre-stage on Sunday 24 June as the Warwick Student Arts Festival (WSAF) 2012 opens with collaborative works, bringing the local areas of Coventry and Leamington together with the student body through performance, competition and family-friendly entertainment.
Peter Blegvad, English and Creative Writing professor, has won a Silver Sony Radio Academy Award for Best Drama with his radiophonic play ‘Use It Or Lose It’.
Peter Blegvad, English and Creative Writing professor, has written and narrated ‘Use It Or Lose It’ for BBC Radio 3.
The radiophonic play, co-created by Iain Chambers, details the failing of one man’s mind. The play comprises of narrated fiction, radiophonic music and sound design to take us inside the protagonist’s mind.
The Coull Quartet will be giving an Olympic performance in Birmingham tomorrow to celebrate the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
Roger Coull and Philip Gallaway of the Coull Quartet feature in a BBC Radio3 programme about the renowned violinist and teacher Frederick Grinke, who would have been 100 this year.
Tickets for the full line up of live events for the Summer Season at Warwick Arts Centre are now on sale.