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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

Kingston Singers

Kingston Singers
Monday 27 January - Monday 6 April 2020

Love singing? Join your local community choir. No need to have a fantastic voice or be able to read music. Just bring along your enthusiasm. Free to students

Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration

Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration
Sunday 2 February 2020

A joint commemoration in the Guildhall at Kingston of all the victims and survivors of genocides, with performances from local groups and the University.

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group

Penrhyn Faith and Spirituality Book Group
Monday 3 February 2020

For discussion tonight (Mon 3 February 2020): "Rerum novarum", an encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII on 15 May 1891. We meet in the Quiet Room within the Faith Centre at the Penrhyn Road campus from 7-8.30pm (drinks and nibbles from 6.30pm). All welcome - no need to book or have a ticket, just read the text and then come on the day itself.

Judy Price ‘The End Of The Sentence' Exhibition Launch at Stanley Picker Gallery

Judy Price ‘The End Of The Sentence' Exhibition Launch at Stanley Picker Gallery
Wednesday 5 February 2020

Judy Price (Kingston University Course Leader, MA Photography) has been an active member of the Reclaim Holloway campaign group since the closure of Holloway Women's Prison in 2016. This exhibition will present Price's research into the history of the prison, the lived experiences of the local area and reflect on the impact of the criminal justice system on women, featuring new work by Price, other selected artists and archival material.

Kingston School of Art ‘Open House'

Kingston School of Art ‘Open House'
Saturday 8 February 2020

Kingston School of Art celebrates the completion of a two year project to refurbish studio spaces, workshops and facilities with a special community-based event marking the official launch and re-naming of the refurbished building. Local residents are invited to visit Knights Park campus to tour the new spaces and get a feel for the art school experience.

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