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.

  • The Great NHS $ell Off - film & discussion - Sat, 14 July

    Film screening of The Great NHS $ell Off followed by a Q&A session with committed and (com)passionate defenders of our NHS. A great event to attend if you really want to know what is happening in the public vs. private funding world and to see just how fragile and vulnerable this most beloved healthcare institution is. We have film makers, doctors, nursing staff and union members ready to be quizzed, as well as Aneira Thomas - the first baby born into the NHS - coming along to celebrate both her and the NHS' 70th birthday.

    This is a catered Worcestershire LitFest event.

    Tickets are £5 (or £3 for NHS workers/students/unwaged) and can be purchased on the door or via Martin Driscoll md@worcslitfest.co.uk Food and drink are included in the ticket price.

    Saturday 14 July, doors opening at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Finishing time 10pm.

  • People of the Ice Age Talk - Mon, 16 July

    Join us for the first of four lectures exploring aspects of Palaeolithic life in ancient Britain and the evidence that we have here in Worcestershire right beneath your feet.

    When did humans first inhabit this area? What were they like? We will explore how these people lived and look at the latest research helping us to understand our earliest ancestors.

    Monday 16 July, 7pm to 9pm

    Free talk.

    Book ticket.

  • The Ice Age Environment Talk - Mon, 30 July

    Join Nick Daffern for the next of our Palaeologist Life and Environment lectures.

    Nick is an environmental archaeologist and palynologist with a particular interest in the environment of the West Midlands during the Ice Age.

    Monday 30 July, 7pm to 9pm.

    Free talk.

    Book ticket

  • Ice Age Fauna Talk - Mon, 13 August

    In this talk we look at animals that lived in ancient Britain during the last half million years.

    Monday 13 August, 7pm to 9pm.

    Free talk.

    Book ticket

     

     

     

     

  • Geology and Climate Change Ice Age Talk - Mon, 03 September

    Professor Ian Fairchild, Emeritus Professor of Geology and the University of Birmingham, completes out talk series with a look at Worcestershire's Ice Age geology and climate change past, present and future.

    Monday 3 September, 7pm to 9pm.

    Free talk.

    Book ticket