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Mon 18th February

*Fully Booked* A Grand Day Out: London Day Trip
8:45am - 10pm
Meet in the Hive
Travel to London and back for £5!!
Future Leader Experiences - Three Day Leadership course
18th February 9am - 20th February 4pm
BDS 0.29
Future Leader Experiences is a free leadership programme run by global leadership organisation Common Purpose. Step out of the classroom and into the city to explore leadership in practice, with free trips, lunches and transport over three days!
Guided Walk with The Ramblers - Marriotts Way
9:30am - 1pm
Meet in the Hive
Are you interested in getting out and about? Would you like to discover new areas around Norwich? Then join Lucas from The Ramblers who will take you on a guided walk! (5.5 Miles)
Scavenger Hunt
10:30am - 1pm
Bookable Room 6
It's the event you've all been waiting for... GeekSoc's first ever Scavenger Hunt.
*Fully Booked* Excel Workshop - Introduction to Simple Calculations
11am - 2pm
ICTS 0.17
New to Microsoft Excel? Its thought that one billion people across the world use the program in their careers. Learn the basics in this interactive class!
*Fully Booked* First Aid (All day Course Monday)
11am - 6pm
ARTS 01.08
First aid course - only £10 per person! On completion of this course you will receive a Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate that is recognised by HSE.
*Fully Booked* Pottery Workshop: Working with Clay #1
11am - 2pm
Studio Do
Shape, fire and design your own pottery in this fun and interactive workshop unique to the DSD Festival!
*Fully Booked* Stained Glass Workshop
11am - 4:30pm
E.Fry 1.01
Ever wanted to try making your own stained glass? Come along to this session, run by Julie Kirkham from Alby Stained Glass.
Laughter Yoga
11am - noon
Crome Court Common room
Brighten your day and lift your mood through combining jokes, exercises, breathing techniques and, of course, laughter in a supportive environment.
Learn Russian: Who invented Matryoshka?
11am - noon
TEC 0.05
Learn how to read and speak in Russian.
Guided Walk with The Ramblers - Whitlingham Country Park
1:30pm - 5pm
Meet in the Hive
Are you interested in getting out and about? Would you like to discover new areas around Norwich? Then join Lucas from The Ramblers who will take you on a guided walk over 5 miles!
A Taste of Acapella
2pm - 4pm
BDS 0.14
Come along and lose yourself singing 4 part harmony!
Privilege Workshop
2pm - 3pm
Bookable Room 6
Use this workshop to understand what it means to have curveballs thrown our way and what it means when we talk about privilege.
*Fully Booked* Hispanic Gastronomy From Across the World
3pm - 4pm
TEC 0.04
Would you like to know more about Hispanic food and products? We will show you why food is so important in the Spanish speaking countries and you will be able to taste some of these wonderful flavours... Yum, Yum!
*Fully Booked* Public Speaking Training
3pm - 5pm
C.Hall 01.13
In 5 consecutive two hour sessions, you will get the tools on how to write a good public talk/speech and in hands-on interactive workshop you will increase your confidence and skills to become an engaging speaker!
*Fully Booked* Traditional food in the French-speaking world
3pm - 4pm
TEC 0.05
Through typical French food, travel all around the world in French speaking countries. Your journey will end in France, with a tasting of delicious croissants, à la Marie-Antoinette.
Mash-up Filmmaking: Competition Launch
3pm - 4pm
SCI 3.05
Fancy becoming an award winning filmmaker? East Anglian Film Archive’s mash up filmmaking competition is a great opportunity for novice and experienced filmmakers to hone their art, get their film publicly screened, and compete for prizes!
*Fully Booked* Tea Time: I’d love a cuppa tea, wouldn’t you?
4pm - 5pm
TEC 0.05
Tea is the British and Irish national drink. Tea in Britain is drunk daily, often many cups a day, but from where did this love of tea come from? What about the concept of afternoon tea? Does it still exist in the UK in 2019?
A Week of Dynasties: Chimpanzee
6pm - 7pm
Lecture Theatre 4
The one when we follow David, a chimpanzee in Senegal, trying to overcome threats to his leadership and ensure an heir.

Tue 19th February

*Fully Booked* Researchathon: Decolonising the Curriculum/University
10am - 2pm
ARTS 1.02
Help decolonise the University curriculum to make it more inclusive.
Produce a Short Film: 3 Day Event.
19th February 10:30am - 22nd February 5pm
Please see description for locations.
Fancy yourself as a film maker? Learn film making techniques with the East Anglian Film Archive and produce a short 5 minute film.
*Fully Booked* Learn to Linoprint #1
11am - 5pm
LSB 01.18
Come along to this one day workshop and learn how to Linoprint. Everyone will create a design which can be used to make individual artworks or cards.
*Fully Booked* Pottery Workshop: Working with Clay #2
11am - 2pm
Studio Do
Shape, fire and design your own pottery in this fun and interactive workshop unique to the DSD Festival!
*Fully Booked* Stained Glass Workshop
11am - 4:30pm
E.Fry 1.01
Ever wanted to try making your own stained glass? Come along to this session, run by Julie Kirkham from Alby Stained Glass.
Mashup Filmmaking: Making Films with Archival Materials #1
11am - 1pm
MUS 0.20
If you are considering entering East Anglian Film Archive’s mash up competition, then this is a great opportunity to get some training and experience in making films using archival materials.
*Fully Booked* Harry Potter Studio Tour Trip
11:15am - 8:30pm
Meet in the Hive
Merlin's beard! Take a trip to the Warner Bros Studio this DSD Festival for the making of Harry Potter!
Indoor Laser-Tag
1pm - 5pm
Congregation Hall 01.19
Winner of the Best Activity award at the Do Something Different Awards, 2018.
*Fully Booked* Hispanic Gastronomy From Across the World
1:30pm - 2:30pm
TEC 0.04
Would you like to know more about Hispanic food and products? We will show you why food is so important in the Spanish speaking countries and you will be able to taste some of these wonderful flavours... Yum, Yum!
*Fully Booked* Italian: Food For Thought
1:30pm - 2:30pm
TEC 0.05
Learn how to make a ‘real’ Italian risotto and explore the food culture of different Italian regions. At the same time consider historical, social and political reasons for this impressive diversity!
*Fully Booked* Programming with Python
1:30pm - 3:30pm
Arts 1.04
Mashup Filmmaking: Making Films with Archival Materials #2
19th February 1:30pm - 20th February 3:30pm
MUS 0.20
If you are considering entering East Anglian Film Archive’s mash up competition, then this is a great opportunity to get some training and experience in making films using archival materials.
Walking and Talking German
1:30pm - 2:30pm
TEC 0.04
If you enjoy nature and like the challenge of a (first) conversation in German, this one-hour guided lakeside walk is the perfect activity for you.
*Fully Booked* Baking Brownies with Campus Kitchen
2pm - 2:45pm
Vista
This one is for the chocoholics! Learn how to bake vegan chocolate brownies.
General Committee Training
2pm - 3pm
Bookable Room 6 - Union House
Rounders for All
2pm - 3:20pm
Sportspark Hall 2
The Rounders Society presents a taster day of friendly rounders matches and practice!
Working in Development Forum
2pm - 6pm
Julian Study Centre
Ever considered a career in International Development? The School of International Development are hosting the Working in Development Forum on Tuesday 19 February, as part of the Do Something Different Festival.
*Fully Booked* Making your own Japanese Fox Mask
3pm - 4pm
TEC 0.05
Join us in this workshop and learn about the art of painting masks in Japan. You will also have the opportunity to design and paint your own fox mask!
Public Speaking Training
3pm - 5pm
C.Hall 01.13
In 5 consecutive two hour sessions, you will get the tools on how to write a good public talk/speech and in hands-on interactive workshop you will increase your confidence and skills to become an engaging speaker!
Mashup Filmmaking: Making Films with Archival Materials #3
3:30pm - 5:30pm
MUS 0.20
If you are considering entering East Anglian Film Archive’s mash up competition, then this is a great opportunity to get some training and experience in making films using archival materials.
Ziggurat Zorb Football
5:15pm - 6:15pm
Sportspark Halls 4 and 5
Represent your school during the Do Something Different Festival in a a Ziggurat special of Zorb Football!
*Fully Booked* First Aid (Tuesday and Wednesday Evening)
19th February 6pm - 20th February 9pm
ARTS 01.08
First aid course - only £10 per person! On completion of this course you will receive a Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate that is recognised by HSE. Please note this course will run on Tuesday 18:00 - 21:00 AND Wednesday 18:00 - 21:00
A Week of Dynasties: Emperor
6pm - 7pm
Lecture Theatre 3
The one when we follow a colony of emperor penguins trying to keep themselves and their chicks alive through the winter.

Wed 20th February

*Fully Booked* First Aid (Tuesday and Wednesday Evening)
19th February 6pm - 20th February 9pm
ARTS 01.08
First aid course - only £10 per person! On completion of this course you will receive a Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate that is recognised by HSE. Please note this course will run on Tuesday 18:00 - 21:00 AND Wednesday 18:00 - 21:00
*Fully Booked* Using your digital camera: Photography
9am - 4:30pm
MUS 0.20
Master the art of photography as you head into Norwich to take some amazing photos in the first part of this two-part session.
Visit to Envigo
9am - 4pm
My Career Central
Interested in working in a laboratory? Then join us on this visit to Envigo where you'll get the rare opportunity to see exactly what it's like to work in an industry laboratory and learn more about the company.
Redwings Horse Sanctuary Trip
9:30am - 2:30pm
Meet outside Congregation Hall
Just 15 miles from the centre of Norwich is one of the Redwings Horse Sanctuaries in Aylsham. The sanctuary is home to 50 resident horses, ponies, donkeys, and mules, including real-life Black Beauty Maya, donkey duo Wiggins and Wacko, and Redwings’
Live Radio Drama Workshop
10am - 1pm
MUS 0.28 (Strode Music Room)
With the rise of podcasts and audio-books, you don't need a video or camera to immerse an audience in an amazing story! In this workshop, find out how to make your own radio drama!
Old Clothes, New Tricks: Sashiko Upcycling Workshop
10am - 4pm
LCR
Upcycle your old clothes into incredible new designs with this fun an interactive workshop!
Screenwriting Workshop
10am - noon
JSC 1.02
Have YOU got a great idea for a feature film? Love movies and want to know how scripts work? Or ever secretly thought you would do a much better job of writing a TV drama? This whistle-stop tour of How to Write a Script is for you!
Nonacademic approach to artworks in Sainsbury's Centre
10:50am - noon
Sainsbury's Centre (SCVA)
Exquisite bestiary dialogues in the permanent collection
*Fully Booked* Expressing Culture in Sign Language #1
11am - noon
TEC 0.05
Come and join us for some fun and games that will get you using a language with a difference - your hands!
*Fully Booked* Pottery Workshop: Working with Clay #3
11am - 2pm
Studio Do
Shape, fire and design your own pottery in this fun and interactive workshop unique to the DSD Festival!
Food Waste Reduction Workshop
11am - 1pm
Green Room, Union Building
Cut down on your food waste, save money, and learn how to be more sustainable with Food Savvy.
The Wellbeing Service: An Introduction to Wellbeing Session #1
11am - noon
LT 4
This one hour session run by The Wellbeing Service will look at recognising stress, low mood and anxiety; how you might feel, behave and be physically affected by this.
Volunteering Pop-Up
11am - 2pm
LCR
Volunteering is a great way to do something different!
Expressing Culture in Sign Language #2
noon - 1pm
TEC 0.05
Come and join us for some fun and games that will get you using a language with a difference - your hands!
PAT Therapy Dogs
noon - 2pm
LCR
Want to get more comfortable with dogs? Miss your dog? Just looking for some relaxation? Join this PAT session!
The Wellbeing Service: An Introduction to Wellbeing Session #2
12:30pm - 1:30pm
LT 4
This one hour session run by The Wellbeing Service will look at recognising stress, low mood and anxiety; how you might feel, behave and be physically affected by this.
*Fully Booked* Self Defence: Krav Maga
1:15pm - 3:30pm
BDS 0.08
Krav Maga is a pure self-defence system and so has no sporting elements or rules only principles.
*Fully Booked* Secrets of Arabic Coffee
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Central 1.01
Espresso, mocha, Turkish (also Arabic or Greek) coffee…we cannot imagine a life without this beverage. Discover how the Arabica coffee spread around the world. Even better, learn how to brew to brew the best Arabic coffee using secret ingredients!
BAME Social Media Workshop
1:30pm - 2:30pm
TEC 0.01
Expand your social media presence
Excel Workshop - Introduction to Databases
1:30pm - 4:30pm
ICTS 0.17
New to Microsoft Excel? Its thought that one billion people across the world use the program in their careers. Learn more intermediate skills in this interactive class!
*Fully Booked* Bookbinding: Create a Notepad From Scratch
2pm - 3:15pm
TEC 0.05
Learn the basics of bookbinding in this creative taster session.
Rescreening of Andrea Levy
2pm - 3:15pm
UEA Archives Reading Room, Floor 02 of the Library
A rescreening from the 2011 UEA Literary Festival
*Fully Booked* Barista Skills
2:30pm - 3:15pm
Vista Coffee Bar
Master latte art and learn how to make the perfect cappuccino.
Climbing Taster
3pm - 5pm
Sportspark Climbing Wall
Fancy trying out a new sport? Led by UEA Climbing Club, learn how to master the wall!
Decolonising the Curriculum in SSF
3pm - 5pm
BDS 0.14
your education, your way!
Feminist Pop-Culture Quiz
3pm - 5pm
Bookable Room 1
Come test your knowledge at our feminist quiz!
Public Speaking Training
3pm - 5pm
C.Hall 01.13
In 5 consecutive two hour sessions, you will get the tools on how to write a good public talk/speech and in hands-on interactive workshop you will increase your confidence and skills to become an engaging speaker!
BAME Leadership Workshop
3:30pm - 5pm
Bookable Room 5
Are you a BAME student? Are you interested in politics, leadership, and making change?
Bookbinding: Create a Notepad From Scratch #2
3:30pm - 4:45pm
TEC 0.05
Learn the basics of bookbinding in this creative taster session.
*Fully Booked* Chinese: Food as a Reflection of Society
5pm - 6pm
TEC 0.05
To Chinese people, it’s arguably true that the pleasures and sorrows of life, health and well-being, as well as harmony are all embedded in food.
*Fully Booked* Stained Glass Workshop
5pm - 9pm
E.Fry 1.01
Ever wanted to try making your own stained glass? Come along to this session, run by Julie Kirkham from Alby Stained Glass.
Cuban Salsa and Bachata Taster Session
5pm - 7pm
The Hive
This is a free session for anyone and everyone to come and try some Cuban salsa and bachata dancing.
Puncture Repair: Key Bike Skills
5pm - 7pm
Congregation Hall 01.10
UEA Rebicycle teaches people who love bikes how to keep theirs in great condition - even if you dont have a bike, we can still teach you something on one of ours. This session will be focusing on simple tyre puncture repair - something anyone can do!
Acoustic folk music instrumental session
5:30pm - 7pm
INTO UEA Lecture Theatre
Bring your instrument and play along!
A Week of Dynasties: Lion
6pm - 7pm
Lecture Theatre 4
The one when the lioness leader of a once mighty pride must now battle for their very survival.

Thu 21st February

*Fully Booked* National Science Museum Trip
8:15am - 6:30pm
Meet in the Hive
Hosted by Maths Society, take a trip to the National Science Museum in London in the Do Something Different Festival!
*Fully Booked* Using your digital camera: Photoshop and Image Editing
9am - 4:30pm
MUS 0.20
In the second part of this two-part session, learn how to use photoshop to enhance your photos!
Graduate Employability: Wellcome Trust + FDM Trip to London
9:30am - 8pm
In front of C.Hall
Are you interested in visiting a London office to see what life is like after uni? Apply for one of the limited spaces on this exclusive visit. Meet recent graduates, find out about opportunities available and discover what could await you after uni!
*Fully Booked* Digital skills workshop: Branding yourself online
10am - 2pm
TEC 1.03
Explore the highly sought after industry skills required to not just survive but thrive in an ever evolving digital society.
Free Trip to Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse
10am - 2pm
Visit a working farm, ride on a tractor, and learn about the family who worked at Gressenhall Farm from 1777 to 1948.
*Fully Booked* First Aid (All day Course Thursday)
11am - 6pm
ARTS 01.08
First aid course - only £10 per person! On completion of this course you will receive a Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate that is recognised by HSE.
Excel Workshop - Pivot Tables, Charts and Statistical Summaries
11am - 2pm
ICTS 0.17
New to Microsoft Excel? Its thought that one billion people across the world use the program in their careers. For advanced users, master the finer arts of Excel in this interactive workshop!
Get Volunteering: introducing the Norfolk African Community Association
11am - noon
Arts 2.05
Want to form your own volunteering organisation? Meet the Norfolk African Community Association and find out their story, get tips and insights into how its done!
Introduction to Rosetta Stone: Taking Language Learning Online
11am - noon
CTEL
Do you dream of working abroad? Has wanderlust got a hold on you? Do you want to impress with your foreign language skills, or speak to your international friends in their native tongue?
Practical Courses at Easton and Otley College
11am - 1pm
E.Fry 1.01
Maybe you fancy learning some floristry skills? Then this drop in session is for you. Easton and Otley offer a wide range of courses from basket weaving to construction, dog grooming, herbal medicine and garden design.
Splat Splat: Paintballing Trip
12:15pm - 5pm
Meeting at the Hive
Prepare to lock, load and Experience the Adventure with a trip to Skirmish Paintball Norwich.
BAME Social Media Workshop
12:30pm - 1:30pm
TEC 0.01
Expand your social media presence
Advanced Programming with Python
1:30pm - 3:30pm
Arts 1.04
More programming with Python! Python is a popular and powerful programming language that is fun and easy to learn.
Having fun in a Greek Taverna
1:30pm - 2:30pm
TEC 0.05
Meeting people, Tasting Greek food, Singing Greek songs - what's not to love?
True Stories Live - Autobiographical Storytelling
2pm - 5pm
Arts 2.84
True Stories Live present a workshop on autobiographical storytelling.
Public Speaking Training
3pm - 5pm
C.Hall 01.13
In 5 consecutive two hour sessions, you will get the tools on how to write a good public talk/speech and in hands-on interactive workshop you will increase your confidence and skills to become an engaging speaker!
Taste of Ethiopian Culture
3pm - 4pm
TEC 0.04
What does the Amharic language sound and look like?  What is Ethiopian culture like?
Traditional food in the French-speaking world
3pm - 4pm
TEC 0.05
Through typical French food, travel all around the world in French speaking countries. Your journey will end in France, with a tasting of delicious croissants, à la Marie-Antoinette.
Bookbinding: Create a Notepad From Scratch #4
3:30pm - 4:45pm
TEC 1.02
Learn the basics of bookbinding in this creative taster session.
5-a-Side Football Tournament (Mens)
4pm - 7pm
Sportspark 3G 5aside Cages
Have you and your squad got the skills to be the best? Take part in the UEA People's Cup tournament for the chance to win tickets to the Emirates FA Cup Final at Wembley.
BAME Leadership Workshop
5pm - 6pm
Bookable Room 3
Are you a BAME student? Are you interested in politics, leadership, and making change?
A Week of Dynasties: Painted Wolf
6pm - 7pm
Lecture Theatre 3
The one when a painted wolf matriarch's feud with her daughter threatens to bring the dynasty down.
Paint and Sip
6pm - 8pm
The Hive.
Get those creative juices flowing with the help of a glass of wine … or two! Join the Art Society at the Hive on Thursday 21st January for an evening of painting and drinking.
Utlimate Frisbee Do Something Different Taster session
9pm - 10:20pm
UEA sportspark hall 3
Fancy trying a new sport? Come to this taster session and give Ultimate Frisbee a shot!

Fri 22nd February

Music Production Workshops
9am - noon
Music Building, Creative Practice Lab.
From drum loops to guitar riffs, Music Recording and Production Society invites participants to sit down at an iMac and get stuck into digitally crafting music.
Adnams Brewery and Shopping Trip
9:15am - 6pm
Meet in the Hive
Sample the finest beverages and spirits by the sea, including a trip into the scenic town of Southwold.
*Fully Booked* Learn to Linoprint #2
10am - noon
Arts 1.15
Come along to this workshop and learn how to Linoprint. Everyone will create a design which can be used to make individual artworks or cards.
*Fully Booked* Self Defence: Krav Maga (AM)
10:45am - 1pm
Crome Court Common Room
Krav Maga is a pure self-defence system and so has no sporting elements or rules only principles.
*Fully Booked* First Aid (all day course Friday)
11am - 6pm
ARTS 01.08
First aid course - only £10 per person! On completion of this course you will receive a Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate that is recognised by HSE.
BAME Photography Workshop
11am - 1pm
Bookable Room 6
Amplify your Instagram feed.
Introduction to Rosetta Stone: Online Q&A
11am - noon
This is an online event
Do you dream of working abroad? Has wanderlust got a hold on you? Do you want to impress with your foreign language skills, or speak to your international friends in their native tongue?
Lightsaber Duelling Workshop #1
noon - 1pm
C.Hall 01.20
The Force is calling - learn to wield a lightsaber in the Do Something Different Festival!
Decolonising the curriculum in HUM
1pm - 3pm
BDS 0.29
your education, your way!
Lego Maths
1pm - 3pm
Union House, Bookable Room 6
Do you like Lego? And do you want to get a different flavour of Maths? This is an interactive workshop and will be of interest to anyone who is interested in Lego or Maths!
Norwich Film Festival: How to Select a Winning Film
1pm - 3pm
Arts 2.84
Described by The Metro as one of the ten ""Top UK Film Festivals You Need To Know About"", come along to to this event to learn what goes on behind the scenes at the Norwich Film Festival.
Lightsaber Duelling Workshop #2
1:30pm - 2:30pm
C.Hall 01.19
The Force is calling - learn to wield a lightsaber in the Do Something Different Festival!
Self Defence: Krav Maga (PM)
1:45pm - 4pm
Crome Court Common Room
Krav Maga is a pure self-defence system and so has no sporting elements or rules only principles.
*Fully Booked* Learn to Linoprint #3
2pm - 4pm
Arts 1.15
Come along to this workshop and learn how to Linoprint. Everyone will create a design which can be used to make individual artworks or cards.
Extreme Sports: Battleground Archery
2:20pm - 4:20pm
Sportspark Hall 3
Nock and draw, take aim at your friends in an awesome round of battleground archery!
Extreme Sports: Goggle Football
2:20pm - 4:20pm
Sportspark Hall 1
Is the ball closer or further away? Wearing extreme goggles, play football like never before!
Extreme Sports: Zorb Football
2:20pm - 4:20pm
Sportspark Hall 2
Its football, but with an extreme twist! The game you know and love but with the added hilarity of being encased in a huge zorb!
Asian Cooking with Campus Kitchen
3pm - 3:45pm
Sainsbury Centre, Modern Life Cafe Kitchen
Learn how to create an authentic Asian curry and become a master chef in your own kitchen.
Lightsaber Duelling Workshop #3
3pm - 4pm
C.Hall 01.19
The Force is calling - learn to wield a lightsaber in the Do Something Different Festival!
Public Speaking Training
3pm - 5pm
C.Hall 01.13
In 5 consecutive two hour sessions, you will get the tools on how to write a good public talk/speech and in hands-on interactive workshop you will increase your confidence and skills to become an engaging speaker!
Music For Minds
5pm - 7pm
LCR
Budding musician ready to learn or symphony expert? Music Society and the Music Centre invite you to come and play!
A Week of Dynasties: Tiger
6pm - 7pm
Lecture Theatre 3
The one when a tigress must protect her cubs while battling rivals who want to steal her lands and overthrow her.
DJ Workshop
6pm - 10pm
Blue Bar
An opportunity to learn how to mix on club standard CDJ 2000's with tutoring from experienced EMS DJ's!
*Fully Booked* Cryptic Escape Rooms Trip (Fri)
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Cryptic Escape Norwich
Can you escape the room? Challenge your friends in the Do Something Different Festival to one of three exciting escape rooms!
Excalibow (Norwich Playhouse Theatre Trip)
7pm - 9:45pm
Norwich Playhouse
Intrepid string quartet Bowjangles present their most magical show so far- a theatrical, musical journey through myths, folklore, legends and a portal in a cello case in the quest to find the priceless relic- a magical violin bow known as Excalibow!
Richard Alston Dance Company @ Theatre Royal
7pm - 9:30pm
Norwich Theatre Royal
Richard Alston has been making dance for 50 years. Celebrate his half-century with a trip to see his trademark lyrical choreography performed by undoubtedly one of the world's best dance ensembles.

Sat 23rd February

Park Run on Campus
8:30am - 10am
Sports Pavillion, Colney Lane
Did you know there is a parkrun course on campus?
Come And Play Boules!
10am - 2pm
Eaton Park Bowling Greens (Near Tennis Courts)
Come along to Eaton park for a free taster session in Boules with Norwich Petanque Club.
*Fully Booked* Cryptic Escape Rooms Trip (Sat)
11:30am - 1:30pm
Cryptic Escape Norwich
Can you escape the room? Challenge your friends in the Do Something Different Festival to one of three exciting escape rooms!

Sun 24th February

Come And Play Boules!
10am - 2pm
Eaton Park Bowling Greens (Near Tennis Courts)
Come along to Eaton park for a free taster session in Boules with Norwich Petanque Club.

Sat 9th March

UEA Colour Run 2019
1pm - 4pm
The Square
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