Results tagged “southbank centre”
Jeremy Deller: Joy In People
IN A NUTSHELL
Deller demonstrates how he has been pushing the boundaries of art for the last twenty years in this exhausting show.
IN A NUTSHELL
Just applause for an evening where an Italian performer created transfixing drama out of simple props writes Reef Malak
"I am still technically under threat of arrest for taking Allyson and it doesn't help to have that hanging over you when you dealing with a situation like this," said actor Chris Larner who accompanied his ex-wife to Switzerland after she decided to end her life.
Best known as Clingfilm in '90s TV drama London's Burning, Larner is appearing at the Southbank Centre in a play he wrote about a subject that's much closer to home.
In a major funding shake-up, creative organisations discovered their fate as Arts Council England announced around £100million of budget cuts.
There were mixed fortunes for the 1,300 theatres, galleries and arts groups that applied for funding, with almost one in four losing all their funds, including 49 in London.
*Science, technology and nature notes
Name the body's largest organ and many would cite the liver, the brain or maybe the heart. But, truth is, the skin is king.
The Wellcome Institute has just opened a free - and occasionally ghoulish - exhibition on our outer coating - what we've thought about it, what we've done to it and how the crueller excesses of nature have distorted it.