Throughout the year our students perform and exhibit in our creative community.
From theatre productions, to dance performances and exhibitions there’s always an opportunity to showcase creativity.
Summer Shows are a celebration of our graduates’ innovative work – we turn the entire campus into an art gallery. And in addition to our campus shows, individual London exhibitions take place across the summer, providing graduates with the opportunity to exhibit their work to a wider audience and network with industry contacts.
Explore the 2018 Summer Shows and book tickets to upcoming performances below.
Upcoming Acting Productions
Performances by BA (Hons) Acting and students in collaboration with BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design and BA (Hons) Make-Up for Media and Performance. Read more about the upcoming Autumn season and book tickets.FIND OUT MORE
Upcoming Dance Productions
Explore the fantastic and innovative dance productions put on by our BA (Hons) Dance students.FIND OUT MORE
At an Open Day at AUB you can explore the campus, see what students are working on, and talk to course tutors. You can get involved in our interactive workshops, take a bus tour of the local area or simply take in the atmosphere to a backbeat of sounds from our student DJs.FIND OUT MORE
TheGallery is open to the public and admission to our exhibitions and supporting events is free. Showcasing work by contemporary artists and designers from around the world, our collections also include pieces on loan from major galleries and museums.READ MORE
SAVE THE DATE - AUB’S PHOTOGRAPHIC RESEARCH GROUP TO HOST INAUGURAL LECTURE ON NOVEMBER 21ST.
The photographic research group at AUB is set to hold its inaugural lecture with some very special guests. Organised by MA Commercial Photography Course Leader Paul Wenham-Clarke and Lecturer Sian Gouldstone, the event will take place on November 21st. The Photographic Research Group will be welcoming renowned documentary photographer and philosopher Dr Maria Balaska who will deliver the lecture: Photographing the indescribable (and describing the un-photographable).FIND OUT MORE