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    The Beekeeper of Aleppo

    Performances

    10 February 2023

    5.30 pm - 10 pm

    Kultch-Ed is sponsoring a performance of The Beekeeper of Aleppo at Nottingham Playhouse, meaning students can attend for FREE!

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    Just the Tonic Comedy Club - 11 February 2023

    Performances

    11 February 2023

    6.45 pm

    Just the Tonic Comedy Club comes to Metronome with Connor Burns, David Eagle and more!

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    Great Minds: Professor Dame Jane Francis - Frozen Earth

    Frozen Earth

    In conversation | Networking | Public lectures | Seminars

    15 February 2023

    6 pm - 7.15 pm

    We're delighted to announce the next event in our Great Minds series with Professor Dame Jane Francis, Director of the British Antarctic Survey.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/great-minds-professor-dame-jane-francis-frozen-earth

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    Free Lunchtime Concert - 15 February 2023

    Concerts | Music events | Performances

    15 February 2023

    1 pm

    Take a break from work, study or shopping and enjoy one of our free lunchtime concerts. From vocal to instrumental, classical to folk and jazz, enjoy performances from our talented students in a relaxed setting.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/free-lunchtime-concert2

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    WRAP Café

    Performances | Spoken Word

    16 February 2023

    6 pm - 7.30 pm

    Calling all writers, poets, musicians, actors and creatives! Come along to WRAP Café for a chance to meet our creative community, listen to their work and maybe share your own. Free and open to all.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/wrap-cafe

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    In conversation: Cedar Lewisohn and Joan Andrea Hutchinson

    In conversation

    16 February 2023

    7 pm - 8.30 pm

    Join us for a free online discussion between artist Cedar Lewisohn and Jamaican writer and teacher Joan Andrea Hutchinson about Jamaican Patois.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/in-conversation-cedar-lewisohn-and-joan-andrea-hutchinson

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    WRAP Live! in conversation with Emilie Pine

    In conversation | Performances

    21 February 2023

    7 pm

    Join WRAP Featured Writer Emilie Pine, best-selling author of Notes to Self and Ruth & Pen for a lively conversation with Becky Cullen about subjects including autism, feminism, and alcoholism. Free and open to all. Available to watch in person or online via YouTube

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/wrap-live!-in-conversation-with-emilie-pine

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    EVENT

    Metronome Sessions: Mikey Kenney and Germa Adan

    Gigs | Music events

    22 February 2023

    7 pm

    Mikey Kenney is an original. A passionate and well-respected advocate for traditional music – a brilliant Liverpool-style fiddler drawing primarily on his native North West English and Irish heritage – but grounded in a present-day, urban reality. He is a musician with wide-open horizons and insatiable curiosity for new possibilities. As evidenced on his latest album, The Reverie Road (Penny Fiddle Records), Kenney’s songwriting is both adventurous and earth-bound, with his high lonesome voice exploring sun-drenched Italian vistas, dream worlds and sounds of the city. Mikey is currently working on a new album, due for release in autumn 2023. Germa Adan writes and performs a tapestry of rich vocal and stringed harmonies, influenced by the overlapping identity with cultures, especially so in the Haitian, American and British folk influences that colour her sound. She is well known for her unique use of the violin as an accompaniment to her vocals, using delicate yet intricate rhythm and harmonies.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/metronome-sessions-mikey-kenney-germa-adan

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    Open Dome VIRTUAL - Rescheduled: Uranus and Neptune

    Public lectures

    23 February 2023

    8 pm - 8 pm

    Join Carolyn Kennett in her talk Uranus and Neptune where she will tell the story of the two icy worlds and why it is critical that we visit them.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/open-dome-virtual-rescheduled-uranus-and-neptune

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    Formations: Dalit Literature in Marathi and Bangla Little Magazines

    In conversation

    23 February 2023

    12.30 pm - 1.30 pm

    This free livestreamed roundtable is a pre-conference event on Dalit magazines as part of Bonington Gallery's Formations series, hosted in partnership with Nottingham Trent University’s Postcolonial Studies Centre.

    ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/2/formations-dalit-literature-in-marathi-and-bangla-little-magazines