Body has been one of the most prominent subject matters in the histoy of visual culture. We try to make sense of reality largely through our physical existence – the body. Yet, though our psyche resides in flesh, it can never be in complete control of this mysterious vehicle, with its perpetual transformation of tissues… Read More
Village at the End of the World is a documentary that reflects the dilemmas of most small communities all over the world; this one just happens to be in one of the remotest spots on earth.
Niaqornat in North West Greenland has a population of 59; if the population falls below 50 then the village loses its… Read More
See an incredible array of original artwork for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings; C.S. Lewis’s ‘Lefay notebook’ and his map of Narnia, and manuscripts of novels and poems by Alan Garner, Philip Pullman and Susan Cooper, many of which will be exhibited here for the first time.
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Technology Will Save Us eh? Well that's the name of this awesome group hosting workshops for those inclined to learn more of what goes behind-the-scenes- on our everyday objects.
Teaming up with House of Wolf in Islington, a multi-functional, multi-sensory pleasure palace, dedicated to the creative pursuits of dining, drinking, art and entertainment TWSU… Read More
Yellow Face responds to the 1990s Broadway protests which followed the controversial casting of Welsh actor Jonathan Pryce in the lead Eurasian role in Cameron Mackintosh’s hit transfer of Miss Saigon.
A fast-paced and timely comedy-drama, this Obie Award-winning, Pulitzer Prize finalist play sees David Henry Hwang casting himself as the main protagonist, … Read More
Enjoy a night of pop up films with Luna Cinema. Vauxhall Villages will behosting the roaming pop up cinema guys for two special screenings on 23 May and 13 June.
Thursday 23 May - Mama Mia – A modern classic rom-com featuring songs by ABBA
Thursday 13 June - Searching For Sugar Man – Oscar winning documentary about an… Read More
Exciting new talents are presented in the intimate setting of Wigmore Hall. The Rosenblatt Recitals are a unique series of concerts welcoming stars from the world’s leading opera stages. Don’t miss your chance to experience the power of the voice raised in song.
Ivan Magrì has been making a name… Read More
Greenwich is the place to be this summer with several festivals providing some of the best and most varied entertainment in the heart of a World Heritage Site, on the banks of the River Thames.
Over 200,000 people attended last year’s events which included imaginative street performance, music to suit all tastes and invigorating… Read More