Tag Archive: London

Notes on the Culture and Commerce One Year On Reception – for my CF:SLR Cohort

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We were asked to write short summaries of our experience at the One Year On celebrations for Cohort members unable to attend. My summary – which represents my opinion at the time of… Continue reading

Hungarian Art in London: ‘Disciples of Dóra Maurer’

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On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the diplomatic ties between Hungary and the UK, the Hungarian Cultural Centre London started a series of events. First in line is the art exhibition… Continue reading

Lost in Translation Circus on Tour in London

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Lost in Translation, one of the UK’s leading contemporary circus companies, celebrate their 10th anniversary with an exciting London tour in 2021.

Selected to join CF:SLR (Creative Freelancers: Shaping London’s Recovery)

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  I’m thrilled to say that I’ve been selected as one of 50 creative freelancers in a cohort working with the Mayor of London on post-pandemic recovery. I’ll learn more when it starts,… Continue reading

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer

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Any exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery takes me at least three visits to appreciate fully. With its consistent yet quirky curation, multi-screen medley with each screen integral to the other, and every… Continue reading

BlaQish at Resolutions 2020

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BlaQish is an innovative blend of tap, rhythm, hiphop and krump that stays true to the spirit of hiphop culture. Its moves and grooves examine the relationship of those in the Alpha Phi… Continue reading

The Racy, Adventurous Feel; a no-spoilers review

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‘The Racy, Adventurous Feel.’ A no-spoilers review of London’s Great Gatsby multi-space immersion experience

Join us in London tomorrow evening

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Invitation to join us at the Private View of an exhibition of my students’ images

Conversation with Trajal Harrell

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Just before the exhibition, this brief conversation with Trajal Harrell reveals how his thinking has changed over the years and how his initial perspectives were formed.

You are walking, you are an expert

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Image of Yorke Dance Company and quote from Twyla Tharp.