Take a look at what’s happening on campus this week…

Monday 21 May


Tuesday 22 May

Comedy Central Live ft. Chris Betts. 7.30pm. Mojo’s Bar.
Book you tickets here.

Reading Film Theatre – screening ‘Custody (Jusqu’ la garde) (15). 8pm-10pm. Palmer Building.
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Wednesday 23 May

General revision workshop. 2pm-3pm. Knight building (behind Palmer).
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Application essentials: CVs, covering letters, application forms (careers workshop). 1pm-2.30pm.
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Thursday 24 May

Wolfenden Seminar – Section 28: Context, impact and resistance. A discussion panel featuring Rosemary Auchmuty, Eve Featherstone, Deb Heighes, and Booan Temple, reflecting on the political and social contexts in which the legislation was proposed and passed, its impact on individuals, families and organisations, and the strategies developed for protest and resistance. 4pm-5.30pm. G15 Henley Business School.
Find out more and register your place here.

Wolfenden Lecture – Section 28: A poisonous law and legacy. Join us, on the 30th anniversary of the enactment of Section 28 of the Local Government Act 1988 (in England, Wales and Scotland), when Peter Tatchell, internationally renowned LGBT+ and human rights activist, will be speaking about, “Section 28: A Poisonous Law and Legacy”. 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm). G11 Henley Business School.
Register your attendance here.

Reading Film Theatre – screening ‘Funny Cow’ (15). 8pm-10pm. Palmer Building.
Purchase your tickets here.


Friday 25 May

RUSU Says Relax – Open mic night. 7pm. Mojo’s bar.
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Festival Friday. 9pm. RUSU building.
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