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Live music, drama and some X-Men thrown in

  Weds 4th March | 6pm – 7pm | The Library Bar | FREE   Weds 4th March | 6.30pm – 11pm | The Venue | FREE for students  

Come down for free live music this Wednesday as part of the Coffee House Sessions. This week we will be joined by Samantha Durnan, a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who has already supported the likes of Ed Sheeran, The Hoosiers and Beverley Knight.  More info…


For the last cinema night of the term we're showing 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' for free! In this film the X-Men send Wolverine back in time in an attempt to change history and prevent doom for humans and mutants! More info…

  Society News: Dancesport success at UEA   Thurs 19th March | 7pm | Student Central | Tickets £12.50  

Dancesport did amazingly well in a competition at UEA earlier this year! 
More info…
If you are interested in getting involved with Dancesport then take a look at their page on our website.


Catch the amazing Lonely The Brave right here at Student Central before they head to the main stage at Reading & Leeds festival later this year!  More info and tickets.

The Waletones Live at Student Central

Sat 7th & Mon 9th March | Student Central | Tickets £7

If you are interested in theatre and the arts then take a look at the first ever Fuel Arts Festival, presented by the UL Theatre Project. The Fuel Arts Festival is a unique collection of theatre and workshops created by societies and students across London. Students from all over the capital will take over The Venue here at Student Central with two nights of new and exciting theatre.

Following the success of their debut performance ‘Spare Room’ in March 2014, the UL Theatre Project will again produce a devised play with students from the University of London to be performed alongside the London Student Drama Collective during the programme. More info...




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