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  • Black History Month Dishes in the Students' Union Bar

    Date: 04 October - 28 October 2016
    Venue: The Students' Union Bar, Frenchay Campus

    Throughout Black History Month 2016, The Students' Union will be serving a variety of dishes in the bar each week on Tuesdays and Fridays.

  • Bristol Bus Boycott Commemoration

    Date: 27 October - 28 October 2016
    Venue: The Students' Union Patio, Frenchay Campus

    To celebrate the end of Black History Month we will be commemorating The Bristol Bus Boycott.

  • Printing Beyond The Flat Surface

    Date: 28 October - 29 October 2016
    Venue: Centre for Fine Print Research, Bower Ashton Campus, Kennel Lodge Road, Bristol, BS3 2JT

    The Centre for Fine Print Research are very pleased to be a partner in the Crafts Council's Make:Shift:Do 2016, a festival celebrating digital innovation in craft, along with the V&A, the Institute of Making, Ultimaker GB, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee, Fab Lab Nerve Centre and the Royal Academy.

  • Voices Unruffled - with Tim Lewis 'Glorious Mud' and 'UWE Showstoppers'

    Date: 05 November 2016
    Venue: Oatley Hall - St Monica Trust, Cote Lane, Henleaze, BRISTOL, BS9 3TN

    VOICES UNRUFFLED - an exciting concert of music and song with Tim Lewis 'Glorious Mud' and 'UWE Showstoppers'.

    A charity event arranged by Bristol Soroptimists, for 'Off The Record' - supporting the mental health of young people in Bristol.

  • The future of nuclear: Lady Barbara Judge CBE, Chair of the Institute of Directors

    Date: 09 November 2016
    Venue: UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre, BS34 8QZ

    Successive governments have claimed support for renewing the UK's ageing nuclear energy infrastructure, but progress to date has been slow. Hinkley point C will be a massive engineering challenge, requiring significant funding from China, but it can only be the first of a new generation of nuclear stations.

    Lady Barbara Judge CBE will look at the state of play when it comes to nuclear power, and the issues governments face when deciding to build new power plants.

    Discuss this event on Twitter using the hashtag #BristolLectures.

  • UWE Go Global Day: Teach in Thailand, Work in China and Study in India with the British Council

    Date: 09 November 2016
    Venue: Room 2D07, Frenchay Campus

    The British Council offer exciting work, study and teach abroad opportunities for students, many of which are fully or partially funded, ranging from over the summer or longer such as a placement year

  • Understanding Sexual Violence and Abuse: Causes, Consequences and Prevention

    Date: 10 November 2016
    Venue: Watershed, Bristol

    This is the third 'Understanding Sexual Violence and Abuse'* series event as part of an open discussion about sexual violence, exploitation and abuse, along with the various ways of responding to these problems. This event will feature short talks given by experts, with an extended period for questions and discussion. The event is intended to promote dialogue and understanding on topics of importance to the community. Anyone is welcome to attend - from those working in the area, to those with no prior knowledge who are simply interested in the topics under discussion and want to know more.

  • Bristol Planning Law and Policy Conference

    Date: 10 November 2016
    Venue: The Passenger Shed at Brunel's Old Station, Bristol

    This year's theme is Housing delivery: Changing times or business as usual? To help explore this topic we have a number of esteemed speakers from across the country to provide us with their knowledge of working within policy and practise for the last few years.

  • Why luxury is relevant to the UK economy and the barriers faced by developing companies: Michael Ward, MD, Harrods

    Date: 16 November 2016
    Venue: UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre, BS34 8QZ

    Michael Ward, Managing Director of Harrods will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series entitled: "Why luxury is relevant to the UK economy and the barriers faced by developing companies."

    Discuss this event on Twitter using the hashtag #BristolLectures.

  • Festival of Leadership

    Date: 17 November - 18 November 2016
    Venue: Various venues around the harbourside in Bristol

    This November, UWE Bristol and the Leadership Centre have joined forces, to deliver the UK's inaugural Festival of Leadership.

  • Start-Up Drinks Bristol

    Date: 18 November 2016
    Venue: Engine Shed, Bristol

    Run jointly by UWE Bristol and University of Bristol, Start-Up Drinks is a fantastic opportunity for students, start-ups, and professionals to informally network. Come along whether you are looking for a start-up partners, people to share ideas with, or just to meet and talk with like-minded people.


    Date: 27 November 2016
    Venue: St George's Bristol - Great George Street, BRISTOL, BS1 5RR

    For more information visit The Art of Flight website.

  • What does it take for a creative small business to thrive? Simon Belsham, CEO,

    Date: 30 November 2016
    Venue: UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre, BS34 8QZ

    Simon Belsham, CEO, will speak about what it takes for creative small businesses to thrive in today's world. His address will explore current retail trends, as well as the opportunity that the shift in consumer demand from mass - produced products to products with provenance presents for small creative businesses looking to set up and scale.

    Discuss this event on Twitter using the hashtag #BristolLectures.

  • In Paradisum - UWE Bristol Chamber Choir

    Date: 02 December 2016
    Venue: Trinity-Henleaze United Reformed Church - Waterford Road, Henleaze, BRISTOL, BS9 4BT

    Programme to include Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs and Fauré Requiem.

  • University Singers and Symphony Orchestra

    Date: 03 December 2016
    Venue: Bristol Cathedral - College Green, BRISTOL, BS1 5TJ

    The University Singers and Symphony Orchestra in a varied programme of choral and orchestral works, including the Mozart Requiem and Beethoven Symphony No. 3.

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