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Creative Writers' Group


Meditation Classes for Everyone

Crafty Corner


Health Walks

Second Monday of every month 7:00-9:00pm

Most Mondays 7:30-9:00pm

‚ÄčEvery first and third Tuesday of the month 5:30pm- close

Every Wednesday 10:15

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Heather & Ivan Morison Sculptures

Heather and Ivan Morison were 'artists in residence' at The Hive and University of Worcester in 2017. Their sculptures will interact with the bookshelves and respond to the consumption of knowledge and the library's wealth of information in a Meadow Arts project: look out for their artists' talks.

From Thursday 1 February

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Royal Photographic Society International Images for Science

In an increasingly visual world, good images of science are often the key to unlocking the curiosity of scientific. This exhibition features 100 images submitted by over 80 countries selected by an expert judging panel to form this breathtaking touring exhibition.

Friday 2 February- Sunday 18 March

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Garage Open Lecture Series at The Hive

Some of the UK's most exciting contemporary artists (David Bethell, Helen Maurer, Marianna Simnett and Jasleen Kaur) visit The Hive to talk about their artwork, ideas and the processes they use in a series of free talks, presented by Meadow Arts and the University of Worcester's Garage Studios.

See for more details.

Wednesdays 4:30pm

7 February
14 February
21 February
14 March

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These sessions are open to all

All talks are free; please book a ticket at

Worcester Radical Films at The Hive

Worcester Radical Films will be holding a series of screenings throughout February and March.


Lucas Plan
Nature of the Beast

Doors open at 6:45pm, films start at 7:15pm

23 February
2 March
16 March
23 March


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Please check the Worcester Radical Film webpages for the films' rating

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Spotlight on science research

University research staff from the institute of Science and the Environment talk about their latest discoveries in human health.

Monday 12 March 6:30-7:

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This event is open to all

This event is FREE but booking is recommended

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The science behind the wildlife camera

A talk open to everyone by Dr John Dutton from the University of Worcester who will be looking at BBC wildlife footage from the other side of the camera.

Tuesday 13 March 6:30-8pm

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This event is open to all

This event is FREE but booking is recommended

Book tickets

Science Night talks

Come along to some or all of the FREE talks for all the family on The Hive Science Night.

Bees talk

Michael Collier of Worcester Bee Keepers. A talk for families on the fascinating life of bees. In meeting room 2.

An A - Z of our Blue Planet 

Is our world entering a new age? Dr Parnham brings the geologists debate to life for children and families.

Remote Sensing

For Geographers, remote sensing using satellites can tell us all about distant environments. A talk by Dr Fleur Visseur.

Voyages in Deep Time 

The Earth Heritage Trust will be talking about their new mobile app which anyone can use to investigate geology.

Climate Change

From the Ice Age to the future of our climate, an interesting talk by Dr Hopcroft for the whole family.

Catastrophes in Earth History

Come and find out about the captivating evidence for catastrophes in the history of our planet in this family talk.

Human Evolution

A talk on Human evolution and Paleo diets by Dr Luiseach Nic Eoin an editor for ecology and evolution at Nature.


This interactive talk will explore why volcanoes occur on Earth, where we find them, and how they erupt while examining a range of rock samples and microscope slides. 



Thursday 15 March

















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Escaping war and waves