The Play to be Played

The Play to be Played

In The Play to be Played, freely inspired by Six Characters In Search Of An Author, the protagonists of Pirandello’s play burst into the performance of a current production and vehemently claim their right to tell their real story, which for them is much more interesting than the fiction of our stages.

The Chelsea Look, by Roman Lokati

The Chelsea Look, by Roman Lokati

Roman Lokati is a multidisciplinary artist and is currently in residency with British fashion icon, Paul Smith – get set to welcome him to Chelsea.

De-Alienating the Home

De-Alienating the Home

De-Alienating the home is a three-phase programme organised as part of the Spatial Practices programme at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, examining notions around ecology, well-being, and domesticity in the public realm.

Flamenco Festival 2022

Flamenco Festival 2022

After a three-year wait, this year’s much anticipated Flamenco Festival celebrates rising stars and Flamenco legends. Featuring some of the biggest names in the artform, a unique opportunity to see world-class international artists in London. With something for everyone whether you like your Flamenco classical, contemporary or with an experimental twist.

Stigma – A queer freak solo show

Stigma – A queer freak solo show

A five-year-old boy who doesn’t know which toilet to use. A whole scene where the performer, Luis Amália, speaks to the rhythm of a metronome while doing stepping. A horny teenager who doesn’t get laid because he is The Mascot (and a terrible footballer). A visit to a...
The New Business Landscape, by Prof. Mauro F. Guillén

The New Business Landscape, by Prof. Mauro F. Guillén

What are the most important economic and business trends of our time? How will the redefinition of globalization affect those trends? In this presentation, Mauro Guillen will focus the attention on the redrawing of industry boundaries, the crisis with supply chains,...
Cathering of Aragon Spanish Festival

Cathering of Aragon Spanish Festival

The Festival aims to bridge the two cultures, bringing out aspects of Spain´s literature, history, and art on English soil, establishing in this way a bond with British universities to create deeper mutual understanding.