LU Arts

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LU Arts is Loughborough University's arts programme and offers staff, students and the wider community a range of arts activities to see, get involved in and enjoy.

Over the academic year LU Arts presents, in a variety of venues across campus, a series of live music and literature events by internationally recognised performers, companies and writers, National Theatre Live screenings and Radar, a programme of contemporary art commissions, talks and films themed around the research activity of the University.

LU Arts also provides many opportunities for your creative development, for example our painting and pottery classes, performing at Speech Bubble, singing with the University Choir, and sharing a good read at the Book Club.

Along with the opportunity to join the String Orchestra, University students with musical talent can continue to develop their skills with subsidised music tuition*, plus they have the chance to apply for the annual Music Scholarship Award*.

Based in the Edward Barnsley building LU Arts also has a number of music rehearsal rooms, equipped with pianos available for staff and students to use, free of charge. LU Arts also has project, film and residency spaces available for groups and individuals to use for creative activity*.

*Conditions apply

Website:
http://www.arts.lboro.ac.uk/

Past Events

Wed 30th May, 2018

LU Arts presents: Battleship Potemkin with Matthew Trusler & Ashley Wass

LU Arts presents: Battleship Potemkin with Matthew Trusler & Ashley Wass

7:30pm @ Cope Auditorium, Loughborough University

A live screening of Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 silent masterpiece with a live, specially curated soundtrack. Read More »

Wed 16th May, 2018

LU Arts presents: The Loughborough University Choir Spring Concert

LU Arts presents: The Loughborough University Choir Spring Concert

7:30pm @ Cope Auditorium, Loughborough University

Following its 'global musical tour' in December, the Loughborough University Choir settle smuch closer to home with a programme of English music, including Gilbert and Sullivan's one act comic opera.. Read More »

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