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Archive Film Screening No.14
Sat 27 April2:00pm - 3:15pm
Powell Lecture Theatre - Pg09
Broadway Choir (dir. Phil Hornsey)
Fri 12 April7:30pm - 9:30pm
Anselm Studio 1
Chad McCail: Compulsory Education
16 March - 27 April11:30am - 5:00pm
Sidney Cooper Gallery
Our visual arts programme contains an extensive and dynamic schedule of events and exhibitions.
Our ambition is to make music accessible and enjoyable for all: from classical and jazz to contemporary and commercial music, there is something for everyone.
Our theatre programme highlights some of the best of Christ Church talent as well as bringing in new exciting companies to challenge and explore.
Our dance programme features both professional artists and student run groups.
The University’s programme of day schools, short courses and workshops, offer you the opportunity to discover and develop your interests.
Our programme of fascinating talks, debates and readings, aims to inspire and inform.
Our aim is to have an artistically vibrant, academically inspiring and socially engaging arts and culture programme.
Find out more about our Associate Artist programme.
Passionate about the Arts? Arts Extra is a student run initiative to support the arts on campus.
Find out more about Arts Extra
We are proud Principal Sponsor and Partner of the Canterbury Festival.
Find out more about our cultural partnerships
See the full listing of our diverse events programme including public lectures, concerts and exhibitions.
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