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5 Questions with... a Warwick Arts Centre student volunteer

Noah is a final year Politics student, and volunteers at the Warwick Arts Centre, our recently refurbished on-campus multi-artform centre.

What’s the best thing about volunteering at Warwick Arts Centre?

Aside from seeing shows for free, the staff. They are immensely supportive and good natured, which is always helpful when it's a busy night.

Warwick Arts Centre student volunteer Noah

Can you tell us about the new facilities and spaces?

There's just been a huge brand-new development with new cinemas alongside Butterworth Hall, the theatre, the studio and practice rooms. There really is something for everyone.

What's on for students?

The opportunity to volunteer and see shows for free! For the more musically accomplished, there are chances to perform in concerts and just practice your craft.

What’s your favourite thing about Warwick Arts Centre?

The range of facilities on offer, which allow such a variety of shows to take place. One night you're stewarding a comedian, the next, a classical concert followed by some obscure play. There's never any reason for boredom.

Which performer are you most excited to see this year?

Katherine Ryan - if her appearances on 'Have I Got News for You' are anything to go by, audiences should be in for a treat!

5 cheeky bonus questions:

What are you studying at Warwick?


What’s your current favourite piece of music?

Ludovico Einaudi's 'Fly' - listen to it and you will never feel the same again!

What’s your favourite film?

'X+Y' with Asa Butterfield and Sally Hawkins - just perfect.

Do you have a favourite comedian?

It's a tossup between Lee Mack and Dawn French.

Where is your favourite place to study on and off campus?

On campus - the library, there are no excuse for distractions. Off campus - at home. Cafes, much as I love them, provide just too much noise for hard work!

Find out more about the Warwick Arts Centre, see what's on and take part!