Venue

Canterbury Christ Church University

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The symposium will be held at Canterbury Christ Church University in the Laud Building. All of the papers presented will take place in the Laud building.

The script in hand performance of A Game at Chess will take place in the St. Gregory’s Centre, just a short 1 minute walk from Canterbury Christ Church University’s North Holmes Campus.

Details on how to find St. Gregory’s Centre: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/arts-and-culture/our-venues/st-gregorys-centre-for-music.aspx

The following two maps of the North Holmes Road Campus and Canterbury city centre may also be of use to you:

canterbury-campus-map

canterbury-university-buildings-map

Directions

Getting to Canterbury by Car:

From London, the North and East Anglia (via M25 clockwise): Leave M25 at junction 2 signposted A2 Canterbury, continue on A2/M2, leave M2 at junction 7 signposted A2 Canterbury. Follow signs to Canterbury.

From the West and South-West (via M25 anticlockwise): At M25 junction 5 continue ahead on M26(M20) signposted Maidstone, leave M20 at junction 7 signposted A249 Canterbury, join M2 at junction 5 for Canterbury, leave M2 at junction 7 signposted A2 Canterbury. Follow signs to Canterbury.

From the South-East: Maidstone and Tonbridge: M20, A249, M2, A2 Ashford: A28 Folkestone: M20, A28 Dover: A2.

By Bus:

National Express run a regular service from London Victoria coach station to Canterbury bus station. From here, the campus is just across the road.

Further information is available from the National Express.

By Rail:

London (St Pancras) to Canterbury West: High speed trains – journey time approximately 55 minutes. Trains depart on an hourly basis.

London (Victoria) to Canterbury East: journey time approximately 85 minutes.

London (Charing Cross or Waterloo East) to Canterbury West: journey time approximately 90 minutes.

Passengers who have to cross London from one main-line terminus to another are advised to allow one hour between their arrival and departure times in which to do this.

Further information on all rail routes can be found from National Rail Enquiries and South Eastern Trains.

By Foot:

North Holmes Campus is a 10 minute walk from Canterbury East train station and a 15 minute walk from Canterbury West Station.

By Taxi:

Canterbury is a very compact city and can mostly be accessed by foot, but taxis are available outside Canterbury West Train Station. If you wish to book ahead, the following taxi firm is recommended: Kev’s Taxis – Tel: 07227668940

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