Monday July 25, 2016

What's On In London


Today to 22 Aug 2016 - by distance

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The Best of British Pop The London Cabaret Club: Tickets avaiable.
View more details - The Best of British Pop
Bloomsbury Ballroom, London WC1B 4DA
Fri 29 Jul and Sat 30 Jul

Will & Kate’s dream was for a small intimate wedding – but Kate’s Mum, Lynne, had other plans! In a bid for peace, a compromise was reached, and the happy couple tied the knot in a registry office so that Lynne’s lavish reception could go ahead...
View more details - The Wedding Reception
Kingsway Hall Hotel, 66 Great Queen Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5BX
Fri 29 Jul, Sat 30 Jul, Fri 5 Aug, Sat 6 Aug, Fri 12 Aug, Sat 13 Aug, Fri 19 Aug, Sat 20 Aug, Fri 26 Aug, Sat 27 Aug, Fri 2 Sep, Sat 3 Sep, Fri 9 Sep, Sat 10 Sep

The Outside Track + special guests. Artists performing: The Outside Track.: Tickets avaiable.
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London Water Rats, London WC1X 8BZ
Sat 30 Jul

The Funny Side of The Strand is hosted at ’The Devereux’, an elegant and stylish pub located in a quaint little alleyway just off the Strand in the heart of Temple. The very best in comedy this Saturday featuring stand-up from Jim...
View more details - The Funny Side of The Strand featuring Dougie Dunlop
Upstairs at ’The Devereux’, 20 Devereux Court, Essex St, The Strand, London WC2R 3JJ
Sat 6 Aug

Suitable for ages 5 and up Inspired by Cornelia Parker’s exhibition FOUND, join artist Davina Drummond to investigate the importance of objects and memory. Bring your favourite personal object to the workshop and enlarge it into a monoprint.
View more details - Memory Mono Prints
The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ
Tue 26 Jul

Suitable for ages 5 and up Make your very own doll’s house with artist Davina Drummond. Using the Foundling Hospital building as inspiration for your design, create a fantastic miniature house from card.
View more details - DIY Doll’s House
The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ
Tue 2 Aug

Our Sunday screening returns with two short films focussing on found objects. Albert Larimosse’s Oscar-winning 1956 film The Red Balloon (Cert U, French with subtitles) follows the adventures of a young boy who one day finds a stray red balloon with...
View more details - Sunday Shorts
The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ
Sun 7 Aug

A new series of displays, installations and performances, which showcase the utopian visions of young UK-based artists and give voice to the issues most affecting them today, including the body, gender, sexuality and race. Curator Shonagh Marshall...
View more details - Utopian Voices Here and Now
Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
Today to Mon 29 Aug

Ernst Bloch declared in The Spirit of Utopia, ‘Life has been put into our hands.’ Picking up this direction this project will give audiences the chance to experience a collection of intercultural Utopian expressions drawn from Navajo designs to...
View more details - In our hands: An experiential installation
Kings College, Strand, London WC2R 2LS
Today to Wed 31 Aug

A new exhibition, curated by Mo’Wax and UNKLE founder, artist and DJ James Lavelle, featuring a host of contemporary artists, film makers and musicians showcasing works inspired by Stanley Kubrick. Participating artists have been invited to respond...
View more details - Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick: An exhibition of art inspired by the master film maker
West Wing Galleries, West Wing, Somerset House, London WC2R 1LA
Today to Wed 24 Aug

When good-health is compromised by illness, it becomes quickly apparent that ‘no man is an island’. The illusion of one’s independence and autonomy is shattered by the need to care or be cared for. Interdependence extends far beyond the reliance of...
View more details - Utopian lab: No longer an island
Kings College, Strand, London WC2R 2LS
Tue 26 Jul to Thu 18 Aug

What can we do to enable, embody and engender care in carers? We appear to revel in a body politic that makes demands of people; instructs them to be compassionate but does not give thought to how we can construct sustainable compassion. Mark...
View more details - Utopian lab: Stranger than kindness
Kings College, London WC2R 2LS
Tue 26 Jul to Thu 18 Aug

Perception is the result of interaction between sensory signals (bottom-up processing), and models stored in memory (top-down processing). A crucial balance between predictions and prior knowledge has to be maintained in order to make sense of the...
View more details - Utopian lab: Illusions- A window to your brain
Kings College, Strand, London WC2R 2LS
Tue 26 Jul to Thu 18 Aug

Night school is an educational experiment examining the Utopian proposals of twentieth-century anarchism. Drawing from Ursula K Le Guin’s seminal utopian novel The Dispossessed, members of the public will be ‘invited’ onto the anarchist planet...
View more details - Night school on Anarres – Imaginings of an anarchist Utopia: An interactive theatrical installation
Kings College London WC2R 2LS
Wed 27 Jul, Wed 3 Aug, Wed 10 Aug

Print Club London invites talented artists and illustrators to create alternative, screen-printed posters for the films shown at Film4 Summer Screen. Each exhibiting artist reimagines a poster for one of the films, taking particular scenes, quotes,...
View more details - Summer Screen Prints
East Wing Galleries, East Wing, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
Thu 28 Jul to Wed 17 Aug

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