Durham Commission on Creativity and Education
The Durham Commission on Creativity and Education is a collaboration between Arts Council England and Durham University that aims to identify ways in which creativity, and specifically creative thinking, can play a larger part in the lives of young people from birth to the age of 25, both within and beyond the current education system.
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What each of the G7 countries wants, and what they need
The 2018 meeting of the G7 countries promises to be tense due to recent decisions on trade policy by the Trump administration. Dr Dennis Schmidt (SGIA) joins other experts to consider what Germany and other member states hope to get from the summit.
A small secondment in Hatfield College, Durham University
Owen Adams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Colleges and Student Experience), reminisces about volunteering in Hatfield College.
DFoA returns, bringing three weeks of music and theatre from our talented students!
Over 40 concerts, shows and performances are taking place at venues across the city, from classical concerts and live theatre to exhibitions, masterclasess and family fun.
Visit the DFoA website for full details of the programme and ticket booking
Durham Festival fo the Arts
Musical with music and lyrics by Madness and named after one of their hit singles. Through the music of Madness. writer Tim Firth explores the themes of love, family values, growing up, responsibility, and dealing with losing the people that shape us
Durham Festival of the Arts
Based on the novel and hit movie of the same name, Legally Blonde The Musical follows fashion savvy UCLA sorority girl while she tackles stereotypes, sexism and scandal in pursuit of her dreams.