Brunel University hosts its first ever student led performance event
Students danced and sang in front of scores of people as the Antonin Artaud building launched its
first-ever student-led talent show.
‘Arts @ Artaud’ was the first of four live events to ever take place at Brunel University, London.
The night was full of different acts ranging from dance to spoken word and gave people the chance
to view the talent that lays within Brunel.
Yesterday’s turnout for the event was labelled as “very successful” by Arts Events manager Andrew
Smith as 80 people turned up for the event. The event was showcased in Antonin Artaud’s very own
theatre at 7.30pm. The next show is taking place on Wednesday the 20 th of November at the same
time and is set to be a huge delight as Andrew Smith encourages people to, “Come along to the next
Doors are opened to anyone who is willing to present their talents and auditions are held before
every event giving people the chance to promote their speciality. If you would like to be involved in
this brilliant sociable event, you’re urged to contact Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org or come along to
the events and speak directly to the organisers ad there is no entrance fee.
Brunel University takes pride in their students and are willing to support them throughout their
university journey. The university website says: “The staff members here really respect you not just
as a student but as a creative artist, and Brunel is a place where your independent thoughts and
ideas are encouraged and embraced.”