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  2. MAY 28 8:00 PM

    Rich Hall’s comedy/music locomotive keeps on rollin’. Ever-evolving, ever-changing, Rich’s combination of keen acerbic stand-up combined with spit and sawdust alt-country lyricism is a “win-win” (GUARDIAN), as sold out crowds across the UK

  3. MAR 13 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    CLIVE ANDERSON: ME, MACBETH & I The host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Loose Ends and Talks Back takes to the road with his much-anticipated first ever solo tour, in a one-man show guaranteed to be funnier than Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy. ‘A

  4. It has been an absolute honour to welcome to campus Andrew Brace. Andrew is refereeing our Men’s & Women’s Varsity Rugby match today. Not only is he a Marjon Alumni, but he is also an international rugby referee - you may have spotted him

  5. Tonight Come along to our fundraiser at 7.30pm at The Quad Theatre and help us to raise money for the people of Ukraine. All money made from ticket sales will go to the Disaster Emergency Committee who work with some of the top aid agencies to

  6. A huge congratulations to second year Sports Development and Coaching student, Amanda Hocking, for winning Volunteer of the Year for BaseballSoftballUK (BSUK) BSUK are the National Development Agency for Baseball and Softball. Amanda was awarded for

  7. "The best thing about lecturing is introducing students to cutting-edge ideas and approaches and helping them to appreciate the ways that research/theory and practice come together, inspiring them to aim high in their own professional development.

  8. We are so excited to welcome one of our very own MA Early Years students as a visiting lecturer teaching Music in Early Years! Helen graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Early Years with Initial Teacher Training last year and felt so passionate

  9. Looking for some part-time, flexible work while you study? We are looking to hire a Social Media Champion, to help our media team create fun, engaging and informative content. So if you love social media, you can find out more about this creative

  10. We had so much fun watching our first-year acting students have the Stage Combat workshop on Monday. They learnt how to safely work with swords and as you can see had a lot of fun More information about the course:

  11. Lots of smiling faces waiting to welcome everyone arriving to our applicant day today. Campus tours, taster sessions and lots more on offer (And luckily our campus can be enjoyed whatever the weather).

  12. “The students on our SEND specialist pathway are just about to begin their final placement in school. They have had a successful year with a range of university sessions enriching and deepening their understanding of teaching strategies and

  13. It is nearly time for Varsity⏱ Varsity is the biggest sporting event of the year when teams from Plymouth Marjon University and Plymouth University go head to head in a range of sports. Varsity supports charities selected by the students. We are

  14. A huge well done to our second-year Football Coaching and Development students who have organised a coach education programme in association with Devon County FA and Plymouth Marjon Football Club The project aims to raise awareness of how futsal can

  15. We will be holding a talent show on Friday 18th March to raise funds for the people of Ukraine. We are inviting anyone from the community to come forward if they would be willing to perform on the night ♥ Marjon University, Marjon Student Union

  16. On International Women's Day, we want to celebrate some of the amazing women within the Marjon community - there are so many! Tell us about the incredible women in your life ♥ #InternationalWomensDay

  17. Did you know that ​​​​​​​we are working with The Woodland Trust to plant 210 trees across campus? And, we need some volunteers to come along to our tree planting day on Monday the 14th of March. Why is this important? Trees absorb CO2

  18. Citizens Advice Plymouth is looking to understand more about the financial situation for students studying in the city. You can take part in the short anonymous survey here:

  19. The National Student Survey (NSS) is your chance to look back on your higher education experience and speak about everything from the teaching on your course, access to resources and equipment, and even about the student voice. Your views can make a

  20. Being around water can inspire you and benefit your mental health For #UniMentalHealthDay, we thought we would share this fantastic blog, where we speak to #BlueMind advocates Cal Major and Mark Leather about the benefits of being around water …

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