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Exhibition - MA Fine Art and MA Film and Photography
27 August 2014 03:48

Work by students from the MA Fine Art and MA Film & Photography programmes culminating in their final exhibition. A show of diverse and ...

Wild About Plymouth: Seashore Safari
20 September 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is ...

Wild About Plymouth: Tudors and Tussie Mussies
27 October 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is ...

Orchestra North East with Anna-Liisa Bezrodny, 11 October 2014, Durham Cathedral
15 July 2014 07:21

Violinist Anna-Liisa Bezrodny returns to Durham to play Sibelius’s dazzling violin concerto with Orchestra North East. Two masterpieces of German romanticism, Brahms’s fourth symphony and Wagner’s Tannhäuser Overture complete the programme.

Celebrate Science 2014, 28 October 2014, Palace Green, Durham
22 August 2014 05:09

Tuesday 28th - Thursday 30th October, 10am - 4pmWelcome to Durham University's annual science festival for another 3-days of fun packed activities and events for all the family this half term holiday. The giant marquee will be home to more amazing inter-active exhibitions and hands-on experiments, with experts on hand to answer questions on everything from ancient bones to light and lasers!

Excavating Deep History: Establishing and Circulating Knowledge of Human Origins
1 September 2014 22:13

Tuesday 16 September 2014: This one-day international and interdisciplinary workshop will examine the ways in which the methodologies of archaeology and palaeoanthropology have developed in the years since 1859

Exhibition - Best of Best
27 August 2014 04:29

This exhibition showcases the breadth, variety and quality of work from this year's final year Degree Shows. Date: Thursday 25 September - Friday ...

The GRIP Careers Fair
20 August 2014 03:17

The University of Derby Careers + Employment Service are holding a Careers Fair, open to all students and recent graduates. Focused on graduate ...

Faculty of Engineering Summer BBQ and Teaching Excellence Awards
11 September 2014 18:00

Summer BBQ for all engineering staff
12 Sep 2014 to 12 Sep 2014, Queen's Tower Rooms, Level 1, Sherfield Building

Sep 11: TEST SIGNAL: MFA Computational Arts Show
11 September 2014 12:00

Sixteen artists from 10 countries explore the boundaries - and overlaps - between the virtual and physical worlds.

Sep 12: TEST SIGNAL: MFA Computational Arts Show
12 September 2014 04:00

Sixteen artists from 10 countries explore the boundaries - and overlaps - between the virtual and physical worlds.

Sep 13: TEST SIGNAL: MFA Computational Arts Show
13 September 2014 04:00

Sixteen artists from 10 countries explore the boundaries - and overlaps - between the virtual and physical worlds.

Make your own Roman amphitheatre, 27 September 2014, Palace Green Library
21 August 2014 09:02

Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th September Find out about the Romans in Durham and create your own mini-amphitheatre in this weekend's craft activity.

E. coli sings: pour some sugar on me
30 September 2014 18:00

Professor Vanessa Sperandio, Professor of Microbiology and Biochemistry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas
01 Oct 2014 to 01 Oct 2014, G47A Flowers Building

Inaugural Lecture: Professor Tim Green, Energy Futures Lab
27 October 2014 18:00

Professor Tim Green presents his Inaugural Lecture
28 Oct 2014 to 28 Oct 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building

Breaking down and building up the TB cell wall
28 September 2014 18:00

Professor Gurdyal Besra, School of Biosciences, University of Birmingham
29 Sep 2014 to 29 Sep 2014, G34 Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk
17 September 2014 18:00

Organised by the South West branch of the British Psychological Society.

Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk
17 December 2014 17:00

Organised by the South West branch of the British Psychological Society.

Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk
22 October 2014 18:00

Organised by the South West branch of the British Psychological Society.

Plymouth Astronomical Society meeting: The Night Sky in September
11 September 2014 18:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Plymouth Astronomical Society meeting: The Night Sky in November
13 November 2014 17:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Plymouth Astronomical Society talk: The Night Sky in December
11 December 2014 17:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Plymouth Astronomical Society talk: The Night Sky in January
8 January 2015 17:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Plymouth Astronomical Society talk: The Night Sky in February
12 February 2015 17:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Lecture: Emergency Works to Dawlish Sea Wall
8 September 2014 18:00

Organised by the Institution of Civil Engineers (South West). The event will start with the ICE S...

Exhibition - International Print Exchange 2014
19 August 2014 06:30

Now in its sixth year IPE 2014 is an exhibition of mini prints from both national and international printmakers. Run and co-ordinated by ...

The Twenty First Professor Roger W.H. Sargent Lecture
3 December 2014 17:00

Multi-Parametric Programming & Control 25 years later: what is next? - Professor Stratos Pistikopoulos FREng
04 Dec 2014 to 04 Dec 2014, Chemical Engineering Lecture Theatre 1, ACEX Building

Durham Book Festival 2014, 6 October 2014, Various venues across Durham
13 August 2014 07:32

Monday 6th - Saturday 18th OctoberWelcome to the 2014 Durham Book Festival. From politics to poetry, and fiction to feminism, there’s something for everyone at this year’s festival.

5th EDF Annual Lecture - HR Vision 2020
6 October 2014 18:00

Marianne Laigneau, EDF Group Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources, will give the 5th EDF Annual Lecture presenting the EDF HR Vision 2020
07 Oct 2014 to 07 Oct 2014, G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Alumni Event - Manchester 2014
10 July 2014 05:11

Manchester School of Art Benzie Building, All Saints Campus, Manchester

Sep 04: rhizoMAATic 14
4 September 2014 12:00

MAAT Graduate Exhibition

Project Wild Thing: Wild Child Forums
19 August 2014 06:28

Join us for a free Bring out the Wild Child forum including a screening of Project Wild Thing, plus the chance to share ideas and discuss the ...

Exhibition - James Pyman
27 August 2014 05:32

James Pyman's art practice is an exploration of how identity is defined by social circumstance, geography and popular culture. His drawings and ...

The IPCC Synthesis Report: linking science with policy relevance
25 November 2014 17:00

In this Energy Futures Lab Lecture Professor Jim Skea will share insights from the IPCC Synthesis Report due to be released on 1 November 2014.
26 Nov 2014 to 26 Nov 2014, Lecture Theatre 1, Blackett

Additive sounds: 3D printing and the future of music technology
4 September 2014 18:00

Imperial College Advanced Hackspace (ICAH) and 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker host a three-day hackathon.
05 Sep 2014 to 07 Sep 2014, Skempton Building

Sep 11: Futures in Question
11 September 2014 04:00

Funded by the Economic and Social Science Research Council and organised by a group of academics based at Lancaster, York, Durham and Goldsmiths.

Sep 12: Futures in Question
12 September 2014 04:00

Funded by the Economic and Social Science Research Council and organised by a group of academics based at Lancaster, York, Durham and Goldsmiths.

Teaching Science the Practical Way
1 September 2014 22:13

Friday 5 September 2014: Part of the Official Opening of the Department of Chemistry Teaching Laboratories

Derby Festé 2014
29 May 2014 04:20

Fabulous family-friendly Festé returns for another year Derby City Centre will once again act as the perfect platform, through a multitude of ...

Sep 13: Not This- MA Design Show 2014
13 September 2014 03:00

Expect: to question everything, to have your beliefs challenged, your ideas threatened and your mind expanded.

Exhibition - AA2A 2014 A Creative Consensus
27 August 2014 03:36

Exhibition of the work of four artists participating in the Artists Access to Art Colleges (AA2A) 2013 - 2014 project. This is a national scheme, ...

Faith and Wisdom in Science: Professor Tom McLeish in conversation with Michael Sadgrove, Dean of Durham, 11 October 2014, Palace Green Library, Wolfson Gallery
14 August 2014 04:48

Durham Book Festival 2014Tom McLeish takes a scientist’s reading of the Old Testament’s Book of Job and uses this ancient text as a centrepiece to make the case for science as a deeply human and ancient activity, embedded in some of the oldest stories told about the human desire to understand the natural world. Drawing on stories from the modern science of chaos and uncertainty, alongside medieval, patristic, classical and Biblical sources, Faith and Wisdom in Science challenges much of the current ‘science and religion’ debate as operating with the wrong assumptions and in the wrong space.

Terry Eagleton: Was Jesus a Revolutionary?, 11 October 2014, Palace Green Library, Wolfson Gallery
14 August 2014 05:10

Durham Book Festival 2014Join Terry Eagleton, literary scholar and cultural theorist, and one of the leading writers and critics of our time, as he explores whether Jesus was a revolutionary. Well known for his brilliant studies of English and Irish literature, Eagleton is also a controversial and enthralling writer on religion, politics, and ethics. He is the author of over 40 academic books, in addition to plays, film scripts, a memoir, and a novel, Saints and Scholars. His most recent books include On Evil (2010), The Event of Literature (2012), and Culture and the Death of God (2013).

Paul Barley: An Audience with the Laureate, 18 October 2014, Palace Green Library
13 August 2014 07:52

Durham Book Festival 2014Every year the festival works with Durham University to appoint a leading poet as Festival Laureate. This year Paul Farley will be fulfilling the role and writing a new poem especially for the festival. In this exclusive public event, Paul will read from his commissioned poem for the first time. Paul will also undertake a special event for Durham students, as well as visiting a local school.Introduced by Professor Stephen Regan

IAS Debate: This House Believes That There Is Nothing New Under the Sun, 12 October 2014, Durham Town Hall
14 August 2014 05:07

Durham Book Festival 2014Durham University’s Professor Barbara Graziosi and Dr Colin Macfarlane are joined by Sugata Mitra, professor of educational technology and winner of the prestigious 2013 $1 million TED Prize, for his innovative School in the Cloud project, and author, broadcaster, classicist and former stand-up comedian Natalie Haynes to debate whether there is really such a thing as novelty. Chaired by Prof Tom McLeish.

The Wind in the Willows: Big Read event, 12 October 2014, Palace Green LIbrary, Wolfson Gallery
14 August 2014 05:06

Durham Book Festival 2014Celebrate Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows, Durham Book Festival’s Big Read. Professor Simon James will introduce this well-loved classic and talk about its enduring appeal. What is it about Mr Toad, Badger and Ratty that has continued attract readers since the book was first published in 1908? A special guest actor will read aloud some of the best-loved extracts from the book in this event suitable for adults and children from nine years upwards.

5 Week Meditation Course: "Four Foundations of Mindfulness in Buddhism"
5 November 2014 17:00

Curious about the origins of the mindfulness or want to take your meditation to a deeper level?
06 Nov 2014 to 05 Dec 2014, Chaplaincy Multi-Faith Centre

Black holes: Clean energy for the future
7 September 2014 18:00

Could black holes provide a new source of energy? The Large Hadron Collider goes up to full power in 2015, and could answer the question...
08 Sep 2014 to 08 Sep 2014, LTG, Business School

Banks Mill Open Studios and Artisan Fair
19 August 2014 06:16

Come and see a diverse range of artists, designers and makers in their studios at Banks Mill and visit our Artisan Fair at The Enterprise Centre - ...

Exhibition - 'Happy little fat man' Art from Kevin Coyne
27 August 2014 06:08

An exhibition of paintings,drawings, artwork and video by Kevin Coyne. Kevin (1944-2004) was an important player in the contemporary music scene ...

Gillian Rose Conference, 9 January 2015, Durham University Business School
7 August 2014 04:27

A one day conference on the work of Gillian Rose. Speakers include Andrew Brower Latz, Irene Lancaster, John Milbank, Peter Osborne, Marcus Pound, Andrew Shanks, Rowan Williams. Of interest to those working on critical theory, German idealism, Jewish and Christian philosophy and theology, Marxism.

Discover Diversity: the planet's wildlife on your doorstep
26 September 2014 18:00

A day packed full of exciting events for all the family (whatever the weather). Let us amaze you with the weird and wonderful nature in your back yard
27 Sep 2014 to 27 Sep 2014, Hamilton Building and Silwood Park grounds

Norway - Partner Visits
9 September 2014 02:00

Date: 9 September 2014 10:00am

Finishes:9 September 2014 05:00pm

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Norway - Partner Visits
8 September 2014 05:00

Date: 8 September 2014 01:00pm

Finishes:8 September 2014 08:00pm

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SOAS Language Centre Open Day
6 September 2014 02:00

Date: 6 September 2014 10:00am

Finishes:6 September 2014 02:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

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International and Interdisciplinary Conference: Pentecostalism and Development
4 September 2014 16:00

Date: 5 September 2014 12:00am

Finishes:6 September 2014 12:00am

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

The eighth international and interdisciplinary conference of the European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism (GloPent) is organised by the Centre of World Christianity and will be held at SOAS, University of London on 5th & 6th September 2014. The conference theme is "Pentecostalism and Development".

Mate Selection among the Malays in the early 20th Century
30 September 2014 09:15

Date: 30 September 2014 05:15pm

Finishes:30 September 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

Gambarou Nippon – Imagi(ni)ng Japan post 3/11
3 September 2014 05:00

Date: 3 September 2014 01:00pm

Finishes:4 September 2014 06:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: B104

'Towards a Temptation Hypothesis' - Religion and Masculinities in Africa Keynote Lecture
26 September 2014 09:00

Date: 26 September 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:26 September 2014 06:30pm

Venue: other

Room: TBC

This talk offers a heuristic assessment of certain patterns of transformation in the way that persons and subjects (and thereby “masculinity,” as one critical dimension of personhood) are rendered public in the world today.

Germany - School Tour
25 September 2014 03:30

Date: 25 September 2014 11:30am

Finishes:25 September 2014 03:00pm

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Germany - School Tour
24 September 2014 06:00

Date: 24 September 2014 02:00pm

Finishes:24 September 2014 05:00pm

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Norway - Sonor School Tour
23 September 2014 09:00

Date: 23 September 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:23 September 2014 07:00pm

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Norway - Sonor School Tour
23 September 2014 09:00

Date: 23 September 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:23 September 2014 07:00pm

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Norway - Sonor School Tour
23 September 2014 09:00

Date: 23 September 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:23 September 2014 07:00pm

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Germany - School Tour
23 September 2014 06:00

Date: 23 September 2014 02:00pm

Finishes:23 September 2014 05:30pm

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Owusu-Ankomah in Conversation
22 September 2014 09:15

Date: 22 September 2014 05:15pm

Finishes:22 September 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

In conjunction with his exhibition at October Gallery, Owusu-Ankomah will discuss his work and contemporary African art with Chris Spring (curator, Sainsbury African Galleries, British Museum)

Germany - School Tour
22 September 2014 09:00

Date: 22 September 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:22 September 2014 08:00pm

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Norway - Sonor School Tour
22 September 2014 08:00

Date: 22 September 2014 04:00pm

Finishes:22 September 2014 06:00pm

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"Walls, Barricades, Borders, Gates: Political Negligence and the Twenty-First Century ...
20 September 2014 01:30

Date: 20 September 2014 09:30am

Finishes:20 September 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B111

Working in conjunction with the Economic and Social Research Council, and Global Uncertainties, the CCLPS will host a workshop of the Citizen Academia Network (CAN) titled, "Walls, Barricades, Borders, Gates: Political Negligence and the Twenty-First Century City" to be held on September 20, 2014 at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS.

Philosophical Theology In Islam: The Later Ash'ari Tradition
1 September 2014 16:00

Date: 2 September 2014 12:00am

Finishes:3 September 2014 12:00am

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Kamran DJAM Lecture Theatre (Formerly G2)

Focusing on the later phase of the school’s history, this conference will offer an array of perspectives, ranging from investigations of philosophical and theological theories to explorations of regional, institutional and socio-political contexts within which the school developed.

A crisis in democracy and a role of progressive parties in Korea
19 September 2014 09:15

Date: 19 September 2014 05:15pm

Finishes:19 September 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

The talk will be in Korean.

Fabulous Fakes and How to Spot Them: some Recent ʻHistoricʼ Metalwork
17 September 2014 11:00

Date: 17 September 2014 07:00pm

Finishes:17 September 2014 09:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Please note, this event has been re-scheduled from the 11th of June.

Chaired by Professor Scott Redford

Book launch: Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security
17 September 2014 08:30

Date: 17 September 2014 04:30pm

Finishes:17 September 2014 05:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

Rethinking Peacekeeping Round Table
17 September 2014 07:00

Date: 17 September 2014 03:00pm

Finishes:17 September 2014 04:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

3rd Annual Conference on Israel Studies: Conflict, Continuity, and Change: Israel in ...
14 September 2014 07:00

Date: 14 September 2014 03:00pm

Finishes:16 September 2014 06:00pm

Venue: other

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Denmark - Nordic Study Abroad Conference
13 September 2014 00:00

Date: 13 September 2014 08:00am

Finishes:13 September 2014 06:00pm

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Denmark - Nordic Study Abroad
12 September 2014 01:00

Date: 12 September 2014 09:00am

Finishes:12 September 2014 05:00pm

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Book Launch: Political Changes in Taiwan Under Ma Ying-jeou
12 September 2014 07:00

Date: 12 September 2014 03:00pm

Finishes:12 September 2014 05:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

Norway - Partner Visits
11 September 2014 02:00

Date: 11 September 2014 10:00am

Finishes:11 September 2014 05:00pm

Venue: other

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Norway - Partner Visits
10 September 2014 02:00

Date: 10 September 2014 10:00am

Finishes:10 September 2014 05:00pm

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SOAS Language Centre Open Evening
10 September 2014 10:00

Date: 10 September 2014 06:00pm

Finishes:10 September 2014 09:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

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Washoku on the World Stage: Japanese Traditional Cuisine as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
1 October 2014 10:00

Date: 1 October 2014 06:00pm

Finishes:1 October 2014 08:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

This lecture examines the global popularity of Japanese food, and the recent UNESCO designation of washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine) as a Global Cultural Heritage item.

The Puffin Wreck Exhibition
17 September 2014 17:00


This provocative art installation challenges the viewer to think about the plight of our local puffin population.
Venue: Zoology Museum

Puffins: Past, Present and Future
17 September 2014 12:00


What lies behind the dramatic changes in fortune of this iconic Scottish seabird?
Venue: Zoology Lecture Theatre

University of Aberdeen Confucius Family Fun Day
27 September 2014 03:00


Free, fun and interactive events for all the family to enjoy. An event for everyone. Come and learn Chinese at the Confucius Institute!
Venue: Confucius Institute, 17 High Street, Old Aberdeen

The March of the Medical Policeman - Musings on Mythology and Murder through the Millennium
2 October 2014 12:00


Drs James Grieve and Matt Lyall discuss the historical evolution of forensic medicine.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

Director's Cut with Thomas Weber and Niki Steins
13 October 2014 11:00


Join us for the launch of Series 8 Director's Cut. The event will be in conversation with Dr Alan Marcus, University of Aberdeen.
Venue: King's Conference Centre

Unbound Feet: The Changing Status of Chinese Women, c. 1890-1950
26 September 2014 06:00


For almost one thousand years, 90 per cent of Chinese women had their feet bound to achieve an artificial smallness that corresponded to an ideal of beauty, but restricted movement and caused immense pain and suffering.
Venue: King's Conference Centre

Doors Open Day
13 September 2014 03:00


Doors Open Days in Aberdeen is a great way to find out about the hidden heritage on your doorstep. This is your opportunity to get behind the scenes of important landmarks and community buildings. And all for free!
Venue: King's College and Foresterhill Campus, University of Aberdeen

Fabric of the Land
13 September 2014 04:00


An exhibition linking art and science.
Venue: 9 East Terrace, Union Square, Aberdeen, AB11 5RG

European Corner at Union Square
26 September 2014 05:00


Science busking throughout the day and exhibition stalls from 3pm.
Venue: Union Square Shopping Centre

Explorathon at Satrosphere
26 September 2014 11:00


Bring all the family to Satrosphere for a fantastic evening!
Venue: Satrosphere

Bright Club Aberdeen
26 September 2014 13:30


Britain's brightest comedy night is back!
Venue: Cafe Drummonds

Cafe Scientifique Explorathon Special
26 September 2014 12:00


Hear from our researchers about their favourite scientists of all time and have your say!
Venue: Waterstones Aberdeen (Union Bridge)

PechaKucha Aberdeen
26 September 2014 10:15


Join some of Aberdeen's most inspired minds for an evening of short, image-based talks.
Venue: Belmont Filmhouse

Explorathon Keynote Lecture with Prof. Anne Glover CBE
26 September 2014 11:00


A fast-paced evening of fascinating science!
Venue: King's Conference Centre

Immense Scale
17 September 2014 08:00


MSc Welcome Reception with Guest Speaker
Venue: Fraser Noble Lecture Room FN1

Remembrance Sunday Service
9 November 2014 03:30


The University Chapel leading an Act of Remembrance
Venue: King's College Chapel

The Death of Innocence
7 November 2014 11:00


Poems and stories of young men's experiences in The First World War
Venue: Suttie Centre, Foresterhill

'Let those who come after see to it that his name be not forgotten'
2 November 2014 17:00


The University of Aberdeen Museum's collection of objects from The First World War
Venue: King's College Chapel

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