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Upcoming events

For an exciting and diverse range of events see our latest Arts and Culture Now issue.


  • Micro Science Festival for Schools

    Friday, 09 March 2018 - Thursday, 15 March 2018


    Dates: 9, 12, 13 and 15 March 2018

    Location: The Hive


    For more information, please download the event leaflet.

  • National Museum & Wellbeing Week

    Monday, 12 March 2018 - Sunday, 18 March 2018

    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.

  • Journey of Discovery Trail

    Friday, 02 February 2018 - Sunday, 18 March 2018

    Micro Science Festival 2018

    British Science Week Event

    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.

    Location: The Hive, Worcester


    For more information, please download the event leaflet.

  • Social Media in the Workplace: Lessons from Employment Law

    Wednesday, 21 March 2018

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

    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.

  • Lecture of Professor Piet Grobler: Picturing Migration

    Wednesday, 21 March 2018

    6.15 for 6.30pm
    University of Worcester, Urwin Lecture Theatre

    In his lecture, Professor Grobler will invite you to embark on the exciting and charged journey of Picturing Migration through words and illustrations. The relationship between migration and illustration is multifaceted and reciprocal. Illustrators and storytellers have been migrating since the earliest times and, once translated, their narratives have subsequently migrated to new cultural communities and environments. Recent picture books by Nahid Kazemi, Sonia Sanchez and Francesca Sanna deal directly with children removed from their former homes and portray their efforts to adapt to alien environments. Such illustrators’ visual language often reflects their own thoughts and personal experiences.

    If you would like to attend, you can register your place online. Alternatively, you can RSVP to Becky Seabright at or by calling 01905 857515, by Wednesday 14 March.

  • Worcester Wolves Basketball 2017/18

    Friday, 12 January 2018 - Friday, 27 April 2018

    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 or via the University Arena on 01905 544444

  • Mammal Society Student Conference

    Friday, 27 April 2018 - Saturday, 28 April 2018

    Submit a talk or poster by the 3rd of March 2018!

    The Student Conference will not only feature work by students, but also talks from invited experts, a Q&A panel with ecologists and scientists, and a range of workshops. During the conference the Worcester Mammal Group will hold a workshop on mammal identification and the Vincent Wildlife Trust will host a workshop on the use of technology in studying mammals, pine marten in particular.

    On the Saturday, the VWT will host a workshop on mammal trapping and tracking, giving attendees knowledge and practical experience with camera traps, radio collars, and much more. The Saturday event is only open to conference attendees and places are strictly limited. Email to reserve your place.

    Background: the Student Conference is based around student presenters that give talks and showcase posters. It's a great chance to get conference experience, as well as to tell people about your work and get feedback from professionals. To submit a talk or poster for consideration simply send an email to by no later than the 3rd of March 2018, with the subject 'Student Conference Presentation/Poster'. Guidelines for submitting your abstract are available to download from the conference website, here:

    For more information and to book tickets, visit the website, here: and visit our conference webpage.