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Key dates and events

As well as being used during term time by staff and students, many people visit our campuses and Kingston each week. For example:

  • Prospective students and their families attend open days and campus tours.
  • Graduates and their family/friends attend graduation ceremonies.
  • External groups and organisations attend conferences and events.
  • Local residents take advantage of our on-campus facilities (eg the fitness centre).

All of these activities (and many more) mean the campuses and town centre can be very busy.

Community and family events

Jazz First Tuesday

Jazz First Tuesday
Tuesday 12 November 2019

Jazz First Tuesday with Meredith White.

The Work and Legacy of Scott Walker with Peter Walsh

The Work and Legacy of Scott Walker with Peter Walsh
Saturday 23 November 2019

Kingston University's Visconti Studio and The Journal for Cultural Research present, a day exploring the art, innovative practice, cultural impact, creative musical and sonic legacy of Scott Walker, with Peter Walsh, Scott's long-term producer and collaborator.

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group
Monday 25 November 2019

Come and join us as we discuss Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness". Monday 25 November, 7-8.30pm, but do join us for nibbles, wine, coffee and tea from 6:30pm. The Quiet Room (PRMB0031), Faith and Spirituality Centre, Penrhyn Road campus, Kingston University, KT1 2EE.

University Christmas Carol Service

University Christmas Carol Service
Wednesday 4 December 2019

Join us as we celebrate the coming of Christmas and the unending love of God for the world. Wednesday 4 December, 5.30pm (doors open at 5.15pm), at St John the Evangelist Church, Grove Lane, Kingston, KT1 2SU. Refreshments afterwards No ticket or booking necessary . Everyone welcome!

Nutrition & Exercise Interactions - What we currently know

Nutrition & Exercise Interactions - What we currently know
Friday 13 December 2019

One day conference focused on the nutrition and exercise interactions in human performance and disease.

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