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The first programme, The Good Immigrant, explores the ‘good immigrant’ trope experienced by refugees, and children of immigrants where acceptance is afforded to those deemed best behaved.
Guildhall Jazz Orchestra and director Scott Stroman are joined by renowned pianist Trevor Watkis and award-winning trumpeter Byron Wallen for a programme of music associated with Dizzy Reece.
Come for the fireworks, stay for the poetry: pianist Khatia Buniatishvili brings her barnstorming technique and thoughtful musicality to music from great Baroque and Romantic masters.
'The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.'
This summer’s must-see, five star musical Anything Goes is the ‘musical equivalent of sipping one glass of champagne after another’. Now playing until 6 Nov.
Equipped with some know-how and a touch of irony, Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver use spoken word and movement to respond to a world turned upside down. How do you survive a loss? First you recalibrate…
The Velvet Underground marks the first documentary from award winning filmmaker Todd Haynes, charting the formation and dissolution of the iconic 1960s American rock band.
It’s 1993, Serbia is at war, and a tired mother hosts her daughter’s birthday party in a Belgrade suburb in Milica Tomović’s sharp Serbian comedy.
An exhibition celebrating Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), one of the most experimental and pioneering artists of the 20th century.
A multi-layered project comprising an installation, publication and events programme exploring a series of important questions about our public spaces and designed environments.