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News

The future of 'fracking' requires a social licence

The future of 'fracking' requires a social licence

Description
Shale gas industry requires a social licence
Date:
20/04/2018
Event celebrates 40 years of Grange Hill with cast and crew

Event celebrates 40 years of Grange Hill with cast and crew

Description
Royal Holloway is holding a special event on Saturday, April 28, to celebrate 40 years of Grange Hill, the popular BBC children's show, with past crew and cast, such as Todd Carty and the show's creator, Phil Redmond - and there are still a few tickets left for sale.
Date:
20/04/2018
Come and take a walk in the Digital Forest

Come and take a walk in the Digital Forest

Description
Royal Holloway has teamed up with artist Madi Boyd and composer Nye Parry to create an intriguing new exhibition called Digital Forest which will open to the public on April 24, 2018.
Date:
19/04/2018
Students become Special Constables

Students become Special Constables

Description
Students from Royal Holloway, University of London took a Police Oath last night, April 17, to receive their warrant cards and become Special Constables with Surrey Police.
Date:
18/04/2018

Events

Play! Festival 2018

Play! Festival 2018

Date
29/05/2018 - 02/06/2018
Description
After a year's break, the annual Play! Festival returns in 2018. Held in the penultimate week of the summer term, Play! is a cross-departmental festival of culture presented by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. It showcases some of the best and most innovative modern and classical music, theatre and creative writing as well as talks, tours and exhibitions created and performed by the university's students and staff. For further information please click on the link above.
Festival of History

Festival of History

Date
03/06/2018
Location:
North Quad
Description
Royal Holloway, University of London invites you to join us for the second Festival of History. This free event will bring to life women's struggle for the vote and the end of the First World War in a family-friendly spectacular. The day will feature an exciting programme of talks, performances, live music, re-enactments and children's activities. For further information please click on the link above.
Magna Carta Lecture

Magna Carta Lecture

Date
03/06/2018
Location:
Founder's Dining Hall
Description
This year, featuring as part of the Festival of History and our Vote 100 celebrations, Royal Holloway are delighted to welcome Dr Fern Riddell to give the annual Magna Carta Lecture, speaking about her new book Death in 10 minutes on the life of suffragette arsonist Kitty Marion. For further information please click on the link above.
CRIS annual sustainability lecture

CRIS annual sustainability lecture

Date
07/06/2018
Location:
Windsor Building Auditorium
Description
Royal Holloway, University of London alumnus Jason Lewis, high profile explorer, award winning author, Honorary Fellow of the RSGS, and voice for global sustainability, in conversation with CRIS director Giana Eckhardt. For further information please click on the link above.
 
 
 

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