All posts by Lauren Daly


SUBU Part Time Officer elections results announced

SUBU Part Time Officer elections results announced

Dylan’s Bar was packed out on Friday night with people eagerly awaiting the results of the SUBU Part Time Officer elections – we caught up with a couple of the winners. If you were on campus this week, it is…
Get involved in the #BUbigmatch competition

Get involved in the #BUbigmatch competition

Bournemouth University has launched their #BUbigmatch competition to celebrate the second anniversary of their partnership with AFC Bournemouth. The special week of #BUbigmatch activities, which have included community events & competitions culminates at Sunday’s home game against Spurs. It was…
The Libertines announce Bournemouth tour date

The Libertines announce Bournemouth tour date

The Libertines will come to the Bournemouth International Centre on Friday 29th January on their biggest UK arena tour to date. The band released their latest album, Anthems for Doomed Youth on 11th September, following headline slots at T in…
BFX Festival 2015 set to be bigger than ever

BFX Festival 2015 set to be bigger than ever

The BFX Festival comes to Bournemouth from 28th September – 4th October, showcasing the best from the VFX, animation and gaming world. The program is jam-packed with screenings, workshops and presentations with some of the biggest names in the industry.…
alt-J announce Bournemouth tour date

alt-J announce Bournemouth tour date

Indie rock band alt-J have announced their UK arena tour, which includes a show at the Bournemouth International Centre on the 1st December. Following a sold out O2 Arena show and sets at Reading and Leeds this weekend, the tour…
Avenue Q is coming to Bournemouth

Avenue Q is coming to Bournemouth

Avenue Q will be taking over the Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre from Monday 10th to Saturday 15 August. The award-winning comedy musical Avenue Q features the naughtiest puppets in town, brought hilariously to life by an ensemble cast of 11 performers.…
1000 people sign petition to save local festival

1000 people sign petition to save local festival

More than 1000 people have signed a petition to save local community event – Fire Radio’s Party in the Park. The mini-festival is in jeopardy of having its license rejected following complaints over noise and litter from two residents and…