There’s a glittering array of sporting, literary and musical events to greet the start of Term this Autumn at Loughborough University.
On Wednesday 10th October at the University’s new stadium the Loughborough Students football team take on Manchester United’s famed Academy side. Luminaries as David Beckham, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes are previous graduates from this team and thus this match represents a wonderful opportunity to see some potential stars of the future in action!
On Thursday 25th October the ‘Bard of Barnsley’ Ian McMillan brings his touring show Talking Myself Home to the University’s Martin Hall theatre, promising an evening of humour, reminiscences and, of course, poetry.
And on Wednesday November 21st the New Zealand String Quartet will be playing at the Cope Auditorium. The Quartet has established an international reputation for their dynamic performing style, eloquent communication and insightful interpretations of the string quartet repertoire, and they will be performing a selection of music by Mendelssohn, Haydn, Jack Body and Beethoven.
Full ticket details are available via the links or from the Arts at University homepage here: