Clinical psychologist, neuroscientist and Mindfulness expert Dr. Tamara Russell PhD. D.Clin. Psych works to bring practical, body-based mindfulness to people of all ages, abilities and walks of life.
'Things I Know to be True' Co-Directors Scott Graham and Geordie Brookman talk Shop with Jesse Stanley
Founder of the 'hyper-social, communal' immersive screening events Secret Cinema and co-organiser of the March For Europe, Fabien Riggall has combined his passion for films and ideas about community in increasingly imaginative ways over the last few years. We got the chance to talk to him about London, inclusivity and activism prior to this weekend's march.
Morning Gloryville founder Samantha Moyo talks to Jessie Brinton about creating heart-based activism one day-rave at a time
It's hard to believe that the first Morning Gloryville happened just over 3-years ago, when it feels like so much longer. In that time, the early morning party collective has got so famous that you could say to your granny in Nottingham, “you know that rave where people wake up at 6 am on a Wednesday to dress up in crazy clothes and dance?” and she would probably say, “oh yes, I’ve heard of that!”
Adler & Gibb returns to the London Stage: Jesse Stanley talks to Writer & Director Tim Crouch about the Show
[Image: Tim Crouch, photo by Richard Lakos]
In a sprawling city of almost nine million inhabitants, there are few sites that remain unseen. Few corners that remain unfamiliar, and few places that are not worn into their own groove by a daily ritual of crowds, workers, tourists, coffee cups, bus stops, fast food wrappers, years of excess, years of recession, free newspapers, couriers, the beep of horns, the beating heat of central London in summer, the last train home, the first train back.
Photo: Lee Baxter