POP! Party on the Parade!
It’s time to party like it’s 1966!
Pop by the Parade on Tuesday 25 October and celebrate our birthday your way with our pick and mix party.
Whether you‘re barmy about barbecues and bungee, silly about salsa and smoothies or mad about Motown and mocktails, there’ll be something for you.
We have Art Walls going up in the foyer of Claverton Rooms and in the Students’ Union. We would really like you to leave us a Happy Birthday message!
Whatever your schedule, however you want to celebrate, take some time out of your day and make POP go with a bang.
10.45-12.00 – Missed a ticket to the Abbey? Watch our Abbey celebrations live (Also being shown at the Students’ Union and Manvers Street)
14.00-15.00 – Want to test your brain?! Bring a team to our Pub Quiz, hosted by Dan Graves from the Department of Development and Alumni Relations!
15.40-17.20 – Relive the moment we won the World Cup in 1966 with the official FIFA film, Goal! (Also on at the Students’ Union)
15.15-16.15 – We have another opportunity to get together and test your general knowledge with a pub quiz, hosted by SU President Lucy Woodcock.
12.00-15.00 – Take a look at the Leidenfrost Maze
12.00-16.00 – Write a Happy Birthday message on our art wall
Head to the Chancellors’ Building to:
- Scale the climbing wall
- Dash across the 90ft zip wire
- Race your friends on the bungee run
At 13.45 at the Amphitheatre by the lake, we are coming together to form a huge 50 to be photographed.
Watch your fellow colleagues and friends on our main stage!
Between 12.00-13.00 – Watch performances from Jamma de Samba and our staff band, Jigalong!
Between 13.00-14.00 – Some of our student societies will be taking to the stage – BREAK, BUSMS and Gravity Vomit
Between 14.00-15.00 – Watch dance performances from the Latin and Ballroom Society and Salsa Society. Also watch our 3 Minute Thesis winner, Jemma Rowlandson.
14.45 – Gather round the stage to watch our anniversary cake cutting
Between 15.00-16.00 – Another opportunity to join in with Jamma de Samba and watch CHAoS perform
For something a bit different, listen to Margaret Curran (Scottish Labour Party) discuss Scottish politics today and Labour’s role in its future. Find out more information here.
P.S. Did I mention there’ll be free candy floss and cake?