University to display students' creativity.
THE creative talent of Teesside University students is going on show next month.
The Creative Arts Week, runs from Monday Monday: see week. , May 11 until Friday, May 15.
A design and fine art exhibition will be on the second floor Constantine Building and the Athena Building on Woodlands Road, Middlesbrough, on Monday, May 11 from 4pm until 8.30pm on Friday, May 15.
It will be opened at 6.30pm, on the Monday, by graduate Dan Walker, whose work has been used in TV's Doctor Who.
A Media Showcase, of final-year media and TV production student films, will be in the Innovation Centre lecture theatre, on Thursday, May 14 and Friday, May 15, from 3pm to 5pm.
Restaurant that serves liquor and offers light musical entertainment. The cabaret probably originated in France in the 1880s as a small club that presented amateur acts and satiric skits lampooning bourgeois conventions. of the spoken word, featuring the work of creative writing students, takes place at the Students' Union Hub at 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 13.
Performing arts at Middlesbrough College's theatre, Dock St, will run at 3pm and 7pm on Thursday, May 14, and Friday, May 15, at 7pm.
A talk on the history of Stewart's Park, takes place in the Constantine Lecture Theatre, on Tuesday, May 12 from noon until 1pm. A lecture on the history of Middlesbrough's Cannon Street Cannon Street is a road in the south of the City of London. It runs roughly parallel with the River Thames, and about 250 metres north of it. It is the site of the ancient London Stone. is held the following day from noon to 1pm in the in the same venue..