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2 February 2015, 8:00pm
LSU Cognito and outside
4 February 2015, 1:00pm
LU Arts Project Space
5 February 2015, 7:00pm
Things We Like
- Sacconi String Quartet, Thu. 5 Feb.– 7:30pm - Lakeside Nottingham More...
- Quirky drawings for lovely people by Mark Hamilton, Fri. 5 Dec. - Sat. 31 Jan. - Embrace Arts More...
- Art not Oil - Liberate Tate, Wed. 11 Feb. – 6:30 pm - Nottingham Contemporary More...
- Leicester Symphony Orchestra, Music & Love - Sat. 14 Feb. - 7:30pm - De Montfort Hall More...
- Knighton Chamber Orchestra - Fraser Noble Hall - Leicester, Sat. 24 Jan. - 7:30pm - Strauss, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn More...
Land is suddenly a scarce resource. African plains, Asian paddy fields and South American jungles are being snapped up. In his lecture, Fred Pearce, journalist, author and environmental consultant at New Scientist, discusses who are the grabbers and who the victims.
The Endellion String Quartet have recently celebrated their 35th anniversary, enchanting concertgoers all around the world with their music. They'll be performing a programme of Haydn, Smetana and Beethoven during their concert at Loughborough University's Martin Hall Theatre.
Blue Firth completed a Fine Art degree at Loughborough University and went on to undertake an MA at the Royal Academy of Art. Her work focuses on encountering historical narratives, and how perception can be played with through built environments and participatory events.