Special events

The Hive offers a varied events programme for everyone to enjoy, from music, drama and art to learning opportunities, workshops, book clubs and lectures.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list to get monthly updates on the forthcoming events at The Hive please email hiveadminteam@worcestershire.gov.uk  

Please note that we do not give refunds on tickets booked in advance.

  • Litigating Armed Conflicts - Thu, 24 January

    Thursday 24 January 6pm - 7.30pm

    The University Of Worcester School Of Law is delighted to welcome Karen Steyn QC who will be talking about litigating armed conflicts. She is a specialist advocate in the fields of public law, human rights, public international law and information law. She has extensive experience dealing with complex, cutting-edge public law litigation. Karen was named Public Law Silk of the Year (The Legal 500, 2018 Awards) and has been shortlisted Human Rights and Public Silk of the Year at the Chambers Bar Awards 2018. FREE lecture.

    Arrival 5.45pm for a 6pm start.

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  • Safer Internet Day - Fri, 01 February Tue, 05 February 2019

    Come to this free drop-in event to find out how secure your passwords are and learn how to browse the internet safely with the support of West Mercia Police, One Digital and our Digital Champions. Follow us on social media from 1 - 5 February to get daily tips and tricks on how to stay safe online.

  • Science for Teachers Continuing Professional Development by Royal Institution - Mon, 11 March

    Monday 11 March, 4pm - 5:30pm       

    The Royal Institution, creator of the Christmas Lectures, is running a CPD session for teachers of science. The sessions give practical tips and show how to engage pupils by using easy and fun demonstrations and practical activities as part of science teaching. Suitable for primary school / secondary school teachers.

    "The children were agog – (no exaggeration). We listened to the whole story of electricity from Ancients through to Faraday. Fantastic! We’re so used to safe, predictable things that it was great to have a bit of the unknown." Quote from teacher

    Adults £3

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  • The Science Behind Wildlife Conservation - Wed, 13 March

    Wednesday 13 March, 6:30pm

    Science is at the core of wildlife conservation, helping to discover new species and protect the old. Find out about how science informs wildlife management in this FREE lecture by Dr John Dutton from the University of Worcester. 

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  • Ecology Research Forum - Thu, 14 March

    Thursday 14 March, 6:30pm 

    Find out about the latest ecological research at the University of Worcester from Dr Duncan Westbury and his colleagues.

    Suitable for adults with a specific interest in ecology.

    1.5 hours with 20 minute break.

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