London electronica outfit Seefeel celebrate their first album in 15 years with a party at Kings Place on January 31st.
Archive for January, 2011
Upswing’s latest venture is an elegant, powerful portrait of loss, longing and a crisis of identity and a cross-discipline amalgamation of aerialism, animation and dance.
A new musical by singer-songwriter Tori Amos, a new play by Mike Leigh and Simon Russell Beale playing Stalin are all part of the National Theatre’s plans for next year.
Ever wondered what Tube blogger Annie Mole sounds like? N Quentin Woolf interviews her in her natural habitat – the London Underground.
Sitting and watching a stranger laughing for an hour and ten minutes may not sound like a groundbreaking evening at the theatre, but then everyone loves a good laugh, don’t they? Whether yours is a chortle, a cackle or a guffaw, Antonia Baehr’s latest work has something for everyone.
Marooned on a large platform that swings on chains in a cavernous sea of black space, five silent performers bounce off each other for 75 minutes as they experience the wild emotions of being confined in a small space.
Duck the “double dip” with our recommendations of cheap and champion things to do around town this week, including sun salutations, Nintendisco, late at the V&A and a brand new Art Saves Lives happening in New Cross.
Go gooey over the Galanthus at the Chelsea Physic Garden next month.
LOCOG has announced that Royal College of Art postgraduate students will design the podia to be used in all 2012 Victory Ceremonies as well as the the costumes for the “Presenter Escorts, Athlete Escorts and Medal and Flower Bearers” with accompanying flower holders and trays.
East London’s been quite the hot spot for emerging urban creative talent in the last couple of years and set to join the likes of Tinchy Stryder and Chipmunk within that scene comes Talay Riley.