Lucy Irving takes us through some of the best locations to visit only a stone’s throw away from Durham!
Ben Scott embarked on a pilgrimage to Israel, facilitated by the St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund. Here he tells us all about his experiences in Israel.
Bethany McNeeley reflects on her pilgrimage experiences, a trip facilitated by the St John’s College Opportunity Fund.
Musically talented Johnians Lucy Irving, second year music student and clarinet player, and Rosie Allen share their experiences of their time in Berlin on tour as members of DUPO. Their attendance was facilitated by St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund.
Joëlle Lucas, 3rd Year PhD Candidate in Theology, tells us about her experiences during a reading week away thanks to St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund.
Lizzi Kew Ross is a dancer, choreographer and teacher, and artistic director of LKR & Co, a dance company specialising in site specific dance music performances. Read about her experiences from her time as Visiting Fellow in residence at St John’s during Easter term 2022.
On 11th May St John’s College welcomed Skimstone Arts who presented their exhibition “One Day…
For three days from the 28th – 30th April, the Bailey Theatre Company and John’s Music Society presented an excellent performance Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Webber in Leech Hall, St John’s College.
Proclaiming itself as Durham’s newest Turkish restaurant, my expectations for ‘Turkish Kitchen: Meze and Grill’ were high despite its rather generic name. Seduced by the 4.8-star rating on Google, with reviews promising ‘authentic Turkish food’ and a ‘lovely Turkish atmosphere’, I was certainly hoping to be transported to Istanbul.
As part of Durham Drama Festival 2022, Bailey Theatre Company proudly showcased ‘The Children of Yesterday’ at Mount Oswald Hub.