Herbert Read – Yorkshire Modern

A new exhibition at an innovative venue in rural North Yorkshire brings together major works by Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Sir Terry Frost and others, to represent the extent of Herbert Read’s impact on the direction and development of British Modern Art in the twentieth century. Poet, critic, military hero and pacifist, thinker, and philosopher, Herbert Read used his gifts as a writer t ...[Read More]

Crow Theatre at Streatham Festival!

“Crowd” by the unstoppable Crow Theatre, is an immersive piece of Theatre produced using participation by local residents and groups. An audience experience of Community, or Power of the Crowd, in a fantastic live music venue. All donations to go to Music4Children

JocJonJosch – Existere

The collective JocJonJosch are presenting a major new work, Existere, across Son Gallery and Testbed 1, Will Alsop’s new project space in Battersea. Working with over seventy volunteers JocJonJosch will create a performance sculpture: a ‘shelter’ made of naked human bodies. This will take place on three separate occasions in July at Tesbed 1 – 16th, 17th and 23rd. A concurrent exhibition in ...[Read More]

'Fallen in Love'; the secret heart of Anne Boleyn

Love, betrayal, jealousy and treason; the secret heart of Anne Boleyn is revealed in this bold and authentic new play. The year is 1536. Queen Anne Boleyn, the woman who changed the world forever by capturing the heart of a King, faces trial with her brother George for adultery, incest and treason. This professional production by Red Rose Chain, the company that brings ‘Theatre In The Forest’ to a ...[Read More]

Art in Touch presents: Just Under the Surface

The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Road, London NW1 2BA: Tuesday to Sunday: 12noon-6pm (except Friday 6th May, 12noon – 4.30pm)A unique location for a unique exploration of the sensory possibilities of art, with original soundscape by internationally acclaimed sonic artist Scanner Press and Private View: 6.00–9.00pm, Friday 6th May 2011 ‘The only pure, virginal sense that remains i ...[Read More]

Dance Artists Callout

Oh So Totally Rad is a day of unorthodox dance, curated by Chisenhale Dance Space and Joseph Mercier, and produced by Clara Giraud. The event will take place on the 19th of June, 3pm-7pm Chisenhale was in its heyday a revolutionary space. But god when will dance stop being so completely obsessed with the past! The UK dance landscape is full of artists that are not represented by formal venue struc ...[Read More]

Tour Booker

Tour Booker Elysion Productions is a dynamic new theatre and film production company set up to support creative talent in Manchester and the North West. We are currently looking to recruit a Tour Booker to work within our small team and to enable the company to grow. Duties include working within a team with the Producers and production staff to locate venues and liaise with them regarding a North ...[Read More]

Digital Stages Festival 22-27 April 2011

DIGITAL STAGES is a new festival of performing arts and digital media organised by multimedia company GLAZ ( that takes place from 22 to 27 April 2011 in a number of East London venues including Stratford Circus, Hoxton Hall, Queen Mary University of London and IPAD Dance lab at Trinity Buoy Wharf. The festival presents performances, discussions, workshops and exhibitions, bringing ...[Read More]

The Door Prize – For Painting 2012

The Door Prize is an art competition exclusively for painters, providing a unique and affordable opportunity for both students and practicing artists to exhibit their work in a major exhibition in the UK. The voluntarily run project, directed by Antria Pelekanou (co-director of ‘Persona Art Festival’ and chief curator of ‘A Moving Exhibition’) will run from 3-17 March 2012 at the Nails Gallery in ...[Read More]


Margaret Harrison, one of Britain’s best-known feminist artists, creates satirical drawings and watercolours of figures from popular culture like Captain America with comedy breasts and high heels, Hugh Hefner as a Bunny Girl and David Walliams as Batman. Working alongside Margaret Harrison are performance artists The Girls who have created a new static performance that evokes ill-fated fairy tale ...[Read More]

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