Falling in love with ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at NST City

The following week sees the return of A Streetcar Named Desire to its place of conception- NST City. Having toured the past couple of months the play has returned to its place of premiere. Arts Ambassador Gabi was lucky enough to see the show when it first hit the stage at the Southampton press night. Image: The Other Richard

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Arts Ambassadors scheme launches

Interested in music, art, design, theatre, film or anything in-between? Would you like an opportunity to learn new skills and develop yourself outside of your degree?

Arts at University of Southampton is excited to be launching Arts Ambassadors, a pilot voluntary scheme that is now open for applications!

As an Arts Ambassador, you’ll be part of a small, enthusiastic group of students representing us at public-facing events, creating written and visual content for our social media channels, and encouraging other students to get involved across Southampton and Winchester. You will have the opportunity to work with the University’s renowned professional arts venues, get a behind-the-scenes look at how the arts work and enhance career prospects.

This voluntary opportunity is open to students from all disciplines and courses; all we ask is that you are enthusiastic and curious about the arts.

Find out more – download the opportunity description here.

To apply, please send a personal statement (maximum 500 words) describing your interest in the role to arts@southampton.ac.uk Please include your name, a contact telephone number and the name of your course.

Deadline for applications is 17:00 on Thursday 16 November 2017

NST: Nuffield Youth’s Consensual reviewed

NST Nuffield Southampton Theatre’s Youth Theatre celebrated playwright and University of Southampton Creative Fellow and Lecturer Evan Placey, with his play Consensual. Two BA (Hons) English students attended the play – here’s what they thought. Continue reading NST: Nuffield Youth’s Consensual reviewed