Join the London Fortean Society for a two-and-a-half-hour ghost walk. You will hear of alleged haunted pubs and tube stations, Oliver Cromwell’s undead walk, the ghosts of Senate House, an angry table, a malevolent Egyptian mummy, a doppelgänger in Lincolns Inn, the curse of the forty steps in Bloomsbury and much more.Find out more »
Take part in a six-week project, critically exploring the power of language and the art of persuasive communication. In these Wednesday evening sessions you will be adopting a think-share-explore approach as you discuss your ideas and research findings, and decide on the content, format and design of posters/infographics/texts which will then be displayed in an exhibition at Conway Hall.Find out more »
An annual celebration of books by contemporary artists, poets, writers and book designers.Find out more »
Join 5×15 as Professor Jim Al-Khalili considers aliens, alongside four other curious minds who have all contributed to his new book on the topic. If you’ve ever looked up into the starry sky and wondered ‘are we alone?’ then this event might just be for you.
Featuring: Dallas Campbell, Adam Rutherford, Lewis Dartnell & Louisa PrestonFind out more »
Brought to you by the team behind Develop:Brighton, Develop:VR is a new one day event taking place. It will focus on the new commercial opportunities that Virtual and Augmented Reality present, together with exploring the tools and techniques needed to produce top notch VR and AR content.Find out more »
The book Rocking Against Racism 1976-1981 hears from a number of collaborators, rockers and fighters. This launch event will host talks, readings and, of course, music, not only looking back at the events of 40 years ago, but also looking at the struggles and fights we face in Britain today.Find out more »
Sunday Assembly is 4 years old and we’re going to party in style! Bring your party hats, put on your Sunday best and let’s get ready to celebrate us celebrating life as a community for all this time!Find out more »
An exhibition of work by Melissa Budasz 2 – 27 Feb 2017 Opening event/private view 6-9pm, Fri 3 Feb. Melissa Budasz studied fine art painting at Camberwell and Norwich Art School (1997) and has a studio at Brookmill Studios Deptford, London. Her practise of photography, drawing and painting connects to symbolic and discursive systems such as myth, psychoanalysis and philosophy referencing nature, the female body and literature. Amorphous is an existential body of work that focuses on the transformation…Find out more »
Featuring a repertoire ranging from Wagner and Purcell to Nina Simone and Whitney Houston, Black is an intimate and confessional portrait of Nigerian singer Le Gateau Chocolat’s life: his hopes, his fears and his battle with depression.
This is a new version of the critically-acclaimed show re-staged with the Psappha New Music Ensemble.Find out more »
Citizens of Queeropolis lend me your dancing shoes! Lana Pillay (Star of Eat the Rich and the Comic Strip presents) requests your presence for a showcase of top entertainers.
Featuring headliner and 80s chart topper SONIA. With special guest Mary Portas. Entertainment from David Ryder Prangley, The Beyonce Experience, UK LGBT Poet Laureate Trudy Howson and more.Find out more »