The award-winning event returns on Sunday 29 January, raising awareness and funds for the rising homelessness crisis. In partnership with the festival organisers, we’re proud to have Confetti students involved supporting the planning and delivery of this year’s event.
‘Time to Talk’ day 2023 will be held on Thursday 2 February. Time to Talk day is ran by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.
As part of its continuing programme of ON TOUR live events, Production Futures will visit our campus on Monday 23 January. We’ll have lots of world-leading experts exhibiting and providing talks on a range of interesting topics, including virtual production.
Following on from the success of last year’s scholarships, we are pleased to run them again for our final year music degree students.
We’re delighted to announce our Campus Director for Confetti London, Darius Khwaja. Having Darius onboard will really help us to hit the ground running when our new campus in East London opens its doors this September!
With the festive period now over and ‘Blue Monday’ (16 January) approaching, it’s important to recognise how to support your mental health during this time.
Four lucky Content Creation students documented the recent “This is Nottingham” Teenage Cancer Trust show at our live events venue, Metronome. We caught up with first year students, Ria Reddy, and Aidan Douglas to find out what the opportunity meant to them.
In 2022, the scheme saw four lucky students win £600 worth of music equipment each. We’re pleased to announce the return of the scholarship this year in partnership with the Focusrite Group. Find out how you can get involved.
Our students recently helped organise and deliver a series of Christmas lights switch on events in Nottinghamshire.
BSc (Hons) Event Production and BA (Hons) Music Business students worked a series of live events at Binks Yard between October and December 2022 as part of their work-like experience industry placements.
Find the support resources you can access over the festive break.