Read, Watch & Listen
Learn how to make a wintery snowman and polar bear, inspired the books of Raymond Briggs, in our festive December workshop. Created by Goldfinch Create and Play.
In a new interview series, we get to know some of the performers, artists and creatives from our programme. Cross-discplinary creative Jamie Hale talks to us about their process and creating work during lockdown.
We decided to go a little left-field of the traditional favourite Christmas movies list and instead our cinema team have selected their favourite films about family and friends coming together. It’s certainly an eclectic mix, with something for everyone!
What does it mean to live a small, finite life in a possibly infinite, eternal universe? With the BBC Symphony Orchestra and their Principal Guest Conductor Dalia Stasevska, Professor Brian Cox sets out to explore what he considers ‘the only interesting existential question’
New East Cinema curator Olya Sova talks to writers and directors Natasha Merkulova & Aleksey Chupov about their film The Man Who Surprised Everyone, available to watch on Cinema On Demand until Thu 31 Dec.
Emma Bouraba looks at the sounds of Algerian resistance, exploring the ideologies in I Still Hide To Smoke, Rayana Obermeyer’s debut feature film, set in a hammam in Algiers during the Black Decade.
Encounter a story as old as conflict itself told in a totally new way in a gripping production by Vox Motus at the Bridge Theatre, based on Caroline Brothers’ novel, 'Hinterland'.
Part of Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest, we’re screening the soulful documentary, 'Making Sweet Tea', an unmissable and authentic portrait of Black queer friendship. Choreographer and dancer Malik Nashad Sharpe writes about spilling the tea.