University of Herts launches entertainment season

BOOKING is now open for UHArts’ autumn/winter season of events at their venues in St Albans and Hatfield.

From September to January 2013, the University of Hertfordshire’s arts organisation is putting on a range of theatre, music, film, literature and visual arts events.

Among the highlights are the controversial visual artists Jake and Dinos Chapman’s exhibition My Giant Colouring Book at the Museum of St Albans and celebrated children’s illustrator Tony Ross explaining how he created such characters as Horrid Henry.

In addition, author Cressida Cowell will be discussing the new instalment of her How to Train Your Dragon series, the annual family classical concert with illustrator James Mayhew and The Elstree Film Season, an opportunity to see some of Elstree Studios’ biggest films and hear how they were made.

Further information about UHArts and the upcoming programme can be found on the website www.herts.ac.uk/artsandgalleries, or by telephoning 01707 281127.


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