Turning Sadler's Wells inside out, No Body is an unprecedented undertaking for the venue – a series of choreography pieces without any performers. Dances without dancers. Instead, there's film, music, lighting installations and soundwalks of one of London's favourite dance venues. The result is a series of pieces that maintain the full immersive experience of theatre & dance, while completely challenging our traditional relationships with it.
“We live in a world where convention doesn’t really make sense any more”: Decoding the creative journey with Makerversity’s MV Works
From Somerset House’s Makerversity comes MV Works, an experimental exhibition and programme of events unpacking artists’ creative journey in a digital age, regardless of the form their practise takes.
The four day event, which features exhibitions, workshops, conversations and live demos, kicks off this week on 9th June.
Photo credit: Brian David Stevens
There are more London music festivals than ever. For the dedicated music fan, this is a brilliant thing, and the number of festivals out there truly represent the diversity of the city. Whatever you like and whatever your postcode, there’s a tent in a park somewhere out there to indulge you, and a few thousand other people to join you.
New voices, Turkish cinema, the apocalypse and a masonic temple: We talk East End Film Festival 2016 with Andrew Simpson
Every year we look forward to the multi-platform East End Film Festival with its rich programme of international premieres, local filmmaking, documentaries, live cross-arts events and music parties - and it's almost time for 2016's installment. 11 days of cinematic discovery kick off on the 23 June. We spoke to Head of Programming Andrew Simpson about what's in store.