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Welcome to the latest news about what’s happening in Arts and Culture Now.

We are delighted to offer a wide variety of exciting events to our local community, including film, public lectures, exhibitions, theatre and music performances.

Our cultural programme takes place at venues around Worcestershire and Herefordshire as well as at the University. Take a look at our latest issue of Arts and Culture Now.

Worcester Wolves Basketball 2017/18

Home Fixtures - Advance Notice 

12 Jan – vs Bristol Flyers
19 Jan – vs Manchester Giants
2 Feb – vs Leicester Riders
16 Feb – vs Glasgow Rocks
23 Feb – vs Plymouth Raiders
9 Mar – vs Leeds Force
23 Mar – vs Sheffield Sharks
13 Apr – vs Newcastle Eagles
27 Apr – vs Cheshire Phoenix

Tickets available at www.worcesterwolves.org or via the University Arena on 01905 544444

International Images for Science Exhibition

Friday, 02 February 2018 - Monday, 12 March 2018

Hosted by the Royal Photographic Society

Location: The Hive, Worcester

For more information, please download the event leaflet.

Journey of Discovery Trail

Micro Science Festival Week 2018

British Science Week Event

Friday, 02 February 2018 - Monday, 12 March 2018

Take the Journey of Discovery Trail with BBC Focus Magazine. From the dark heart of the black hole to the inner workings of toothpaste, science is everywhere if you know where to look.

Pick up a quiz sheet in The Hive, find the boards and start exploring.

FREE & ALL WELCOME

Location: The Hive, Worcester

For more information, please download the event leaflet.

Micro Science Festival for Schools

BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK EVENTS

Dates: 9, 12, 13 and 15 March 2018

Location: The Hive

SCHOOL EVENTS, BY INVITATION ONLY

For more information, please download the event leaflet.

National Museum & Wellbeing Week

Date: Week 12-18 March

Venue: The Infirmary and George Marshall Medical Museum

Cost: FREE

The medical museums of Worcester will be hosting various events this week to highlight the wellbeing. Activities will include sessions to focus on body and mind through yoga, walking, mind challenges, etc. Stay updated by following The Infirmary and George Marshall Medical Museum on Facebook or Twitter.

Booking required at The Infirmary Tickets webpage.

Spotlight on Science Research

Monday, 12 March 2018

Micro Science Festival 2018

British Science Week Event

Location: The Hive Lower Ground Floor

Start time: 6.30pm

University research staff from the Institute of Science & the Environment showcase their latest discoveries in human health

FREE BUT BOOKING ESSENTIAL

Book tickets online at the Hive website. For more information, please download the event leaflet.

The Science Behind the BBC Wildlife Camera

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Micro Science Festival 2018

British Science Week Event

Location: The Hive Studio

Start time: 6.30pm

Looking at BBC wildlife footage from the other side of the camera. Public talk by Dr John Dutton from University of Worcester.

FREE BUT BOOKING ESSENTIAL

Book tickets online at the Hive website.

For more information, please download the event leaflet.

Social Media in the Workplace: Lessons from Employment Law

Stephen Hurley (Solicitor & Senior Lecturer in Employment & Equality Law at University of Worcester

Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018

Time: 6pm-7.30pm

Venue: The Hive

Cost: FREE

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube … the list grows and grows. What does the law say about an employee’s ability to use social media at work? Is social media use at work a basic human right or a dangerous luxury, liable to end in tears?

This lecture will suggest some lessons we can all learn from the caselaw. (Note: The talk is for educational purposes only. It will not be legal advice.)

Booking required via the Hive website.