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The Department of Computer Science invites you to celebrate its half-centenary by exploring the exciting history of becoming digital.
French, German, Italian, Spanish and Mandarin evening and afternoon classes at Royal Holloway.
A research presentation by Ken Benoit (LSE). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Dr Edward Madigan and Andrew Mackinlay will explore the moral dimension to the First World War and the significance of faith and morality in the commemoration of the conflict today.
POSTPONED: This event has been postponed due to ill-health. We will announce the rescheduled event in due course. All ticket holders will be refunded.
A research presentation by Kaat Smets (PIRP). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
Misunderstood and maligned today, sentimentality was central to Victorian art and literature.
The new music collective and director Nathan James Dearden present an evening with music dedicated to Oliver Knussen.
A research presentation by Ursula Hackett (PIRP). Part of the Politics and International Relations seminar series.
To launch the publication of her new book, Dr Elena Cooper presents her research: the first in-depth and longitudinal study of copyright protecting the
From the toe-tapping to the heart-wrenching, we continue our celebrations of Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday with his famous symphonic dances from West Side Story.
Royal Holloway invites everyone to visit our annual Festive Market.
Some of Royal Holloway’s finest young jazz specialists showcase their talent in an evening of toe-tapping tunes.
Two films by colleagues in the Arts and Social Sciences Faculty that have been shortlisted for the AHRC Research in Film Awards 2018.
In the glorious surroundings of Apsley House, enjoy a programme of festive music by the Choir of Royal Holloway.
Our annual service of lessons and carols explores the joyful themes of Christmas through music and readings in the context of our diverse university community.