RT @JessBrewsterTD: I love theatres and I love space and it's potential so I cannot wait to read this gem of a book by the brilliant @amber
 
view counter
PrevThe Next 7 Days in London 
Javascript is required to view this map.
view counter

18:30 at Regent Street Cinema
Photographer & filmmaker Alex Prager discusses her work on the opening day of her exhibition Silver Lake Drive. The discussion is followed by a screening of Laughton’ The Night of the Hunter.

More Info

19:00 at Wellcome Collection
Drawing on interviews with people who have mirror-touch synaesthesia, artist Daria Martin and a panel of other speakers will talk about the relationship between art, objects and feelings.

More Info

18:00 at London School of Economics
As his first UK building nears completion, acclaimed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma will speak about architecture & identity, exploring the relationship between place, building tradition & landscape.

More Info

18:30 at Design Museum
Join a panel of designers, artists and activists for a talk on the visual languages of protest.

More Info

18:30 at The Photographers' Gallery
Explore how voices and visions are changing traditional ideas of clothing, casting and images, as well as recontextualising what the body means to fashion, and what fashion can mean to the body.

More Info

18:45 at Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design (CNCFD)
Join Professor Nadine Strossen and How To Academy to debate the new relevance of that old Voltairean chestnut: ‘I hate what you say but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.’

More Info

view counter

18:30 at British Museum
A special event that examines the act of kissing from a variety of viewpoints – psychological, anthropological and art historical – and what lies at the root of the subject’s power.

More Info

18:30 at Waterstones Piccadilly
From female protagonists to feminist dystopias, join Christina, Dhonielle and Sarah as they explore how feminism is carving its own niche in Young Adult Fantasy!

More Info

13:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
Chaired by the Observer journalist and critic Rachel Cook, join prize-winning authors and illustrators Stephen Collins and Isabel Greenberg discuss the art of the graphic novel.

More Info