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'UCL Culture is a creative team at large and active across the university, curating and animating UCL content. We believe in the power of open; in opening borders, eyes and minds. Our teams manage museums, theatres, collections and facilitate engagement. We bring diverse performers and audiences into the heart of UCL to energise the student experience and fuel UCL’s creative culture with cutting edge cultural experiences.'

'The UCL Minds programme shares the knowledge, insights and ideas of our UCL community and are accessible through a wide range of events and activities, open to all, in and outside of UCL.'

'Ullapool Book Festival is an intimate and welcoming literary festival on the shores of Loch Broom in the Highlands of Scotland.'  Normally held Early May.

'Open to anyone interested in archaeology and the wider study of our heritage particularly with regard to Ulster. Our members come from all walks of life and from all sections of the community, encompassing all ages from students to retirees; amateurs and professionals.  We warmly welcome new members from Ireland and further afield ... Monthly lectures are held at Queen's University Belfast and cover a wide range of archaeological and related topics.'

'A not for profit organisation, Ulster Architectural Heritage works to promote the value of built heritage, its protection, conservation, and regeneration for people and communities ... Events by Ulster Architectural Heritage aim to engage audiences with the historic build environment, its protection, conservation and regeneration. From "behind the scenes" visits, to lectures, tours and trips, we run an annual programme of events. Whether you would like to grow your interest in built heritage, or develop your knowledge further, UAH events cater for a variety of interests in our annual programme, which usually amounts to over 20 events a year.'

'The United Lodge of Theosophists is an association of students of Theosophy which came into being through the determination of a small number of Theosophists to pursue the objectives of the Theosophical Movement without organisational distractions and formalities ... From the start of October to end of June every year, the Lodge holds talks and study meetings on Sundays and study groups on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Seminars on topical subjects are held quarterly on Saturdays. From July to September the programme is different, with less meetings and some in a different format ... All events are free and open to the public.'

'Founded in 1945, the United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) is the country’s foremost advocate for UK action at the UN; the UK's leading source of analysis on the UN; and a vibrant grassroots movement of 20,000 people from all walks of life. We are the only charity in the UK devoted to building support for the UN amongst policymakers, opinion-formers and the public. We believe that a strong, credible and effective UN is essential if we are to build a safer, fairer and more sustainable world. We advocate strong government support for the UN - political and financial - and seek to demonstrate why the UN matters to people everywhere ... The Events listed are hosted by our volunteer-led local UN Associations across the country.'

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'Details of our upcoming events, including conferences, public lectures, arts performances and exhibitions and sporting fixtures.'

'The University of Brighton hosts a series of research-based lectures throughout the year, including inaugural lectures that showcase the work of our newest professors ... The events are free and can be booked online.'

'Our public events are open to all - students, staff, alumni and the wider community.'

'If you want to know about talks in Cambridge that match your interests, talks.cam was created for you! Talks.cam provides several services for you. First, it quietly serves up-to-date talk lists to many Cambridge webpages that you may have visited. Second, it provides a database of talks in Cambridge that anyone can browse ... The events on Talks.Cam are user-generated and as such are not under University control. Please exercise sensible measures if attending any events, and ideally do not attend if not necessary,'

'Together, the eight University of Cambridge Museums and Botanic Garden represent the UK’s highest concentration of internationally important collections outside London. With more than five million works of art, artefacts, and specimens, the collections have supported nearly 300 years of investigation into the world around us. Today, they bring together people from across the world to explore the big questions: from the earliest forms of life to the future of our planet. We work to deepen understanding of our world, inspire new thinking, and address local and global challenges.'

'We host a wide variety of events open to the public. Events range from performances and exhibitions, alumni, sport and outdoor events, public lectures, festivals, events at the Harris Museum and more ...'

'The University of Chester is delighted to welcome you to a range of public events that showcases the diverse research, knowledge and skills on display at the institution.'

'We deliver an exciting range of engagement activities from distinguished lectures with international reach to local community projects. We engage with everyone from influencers and policymakers to potential students, the general public and our own University community of staff and students.'

'Lectures, talks, debates, exhibitions, festivals and graduations - events continue to inspire throughout the year.'

'Our regular event series are for everybody and give you the opportunity to expand your Essex experience beyond timetabled studies or work. Whether it's TED-style presentations from our leading researchers, seminars encouraging delegates to engage in critical, innovative thinking around the issues of today, or enlightening lectures from new Professors on their specialist subject areas; your education doesn't have to stop when your regular day does.'

Lectures and seminars. conferences, research events, etc.

'Forthcoming events relevant to the University of Exeter Business School.  Any UEBS staff or students may always attend, although registration may be required (the event will specify if so). Anyone else should contact the department or the centre in question.'

'The University holds a number of public lectures and concerts each year for the general public.'

'Stimulating ideas and debates from across the university.'

'University events take place throughout the year, from educational showpieces, such as our Star Lectures, to public lectures, national tours and one-off exhibitions.'

'To create Talks and Series (such as Seminar Series and Conferences), you need to apply to become a Talks Editor. All members of the University are entitled to be a Talks Editor, if you are a student, please ask a member of staff to approve your application ... Please be aware that your talks will be advertised quite widely in the University. They may, for instance, be included in weekly digests and be added to people’s calendars. For this reason, please be sure to keep your talk information up-to-date ... The Home Page will show you all talks for the next 30 days - you can use the tabs to see tomorrow’s or next week’s talks.'

'Discover what's going on in the University's academic and research community - upcoming conferences and seminars, workshops and exhibitions.'

'Discover the upcoming events in our calendar – from public lectures, performances and exhibitions, to conferences, seminars and open days.'

'The University of Reading's Public Lecture Series is a showcase of research highlights from across the University. Established over 45 years ago, these popular lectures are given by Reading academics eminent in their field and cover a wide range of topics.'

'The University of Sheffield hosts a large number of events throughout the year, such as high profile lectures, concerts, open days, art exhibitions and more.'

'From high-profile lectures to music concerts and meditation sessions, we host a wide variety of events for our students, staff and the wider community.'

University Events: 'Many events at the University are open to the public and free of charge, but we do ask you to register for some events in advance. We look forward welcoming you to our events'.

'Experience one of our engaging public lectures. From law to medicine and the arts to the sciences, you'll find something to inspire you.'

The Bristol Distinguished Address Series (BDAS) provides a unique opportunity to hear about challenges and decisions being made at the highest level of strategic leadership by high-profile industry experts from across the country.

'We offer award-winning creative courses, innovative teaching and inspiring learning locations across three main campuses in south-west Wales – Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea – as well as campuses in Birmingham and London and learning centres in Cardiff.'

Events across the University - each description indicating whether 'open to the public'.

'There are lectures and other events open to the general public throughout the year.'

'Every term, the University organises free open lectures on a wide variety of topics and aimed at a general audience.'

'We are a group who promote interest in Natural History, Archaeology, Local History and Vernacular buildings by means of lectures, discussions, excursions and the maintenance of records as well as working for the conservation of the countryside ... We welcome new members. As a member you will have the benefit of attending our meetings, talks and walks for free,'

Category Local Heritage

'A volunteer group whose purpose is adding to the knowledge of the archaeologically rich area of Upper Wharfedale and the surrounding landscapes ... Throughout the year we run a programme of talks and walks covering a wide range of heritage related subjects which are open to the public.'

'A membership charity open to all who care about the quality of life in our cities, towns and villages and believe that raising standards of urban design is central to its improvement. The UDG believes that good urban design depends upon successful collaboration between all those who shape the built environment, whatever their professional or personal background ... The Urban Design Group holds regular events ... Most are free and are open to the general public as well as members.'

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