Late night events, Visual art

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Jenny Grevatte Art Exhibition

Following on from her extremely successful first show in 2012, we are delighted to announce an exhibition of a new body of paintings by Jenny Grevatte here at Goldmark in Uppingham, beginning on Saturday 21st March, 2015.

The Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham

Tue 31 Mar

Free / 01572 821424

Wed 1 Apr

Free / 01572 821424

Thu 2 Apr

Free / 01572 821424

…and 9 more dates until 11 Apr

Nick Steur: Freeze!

With remarkable focus and absorbing theatricality, artist and performer Nick Steur will balance stones to create astonishing sculptures before your eyes in a mindboggling, one-of-a-kind performance.

Friends' Meeting House, Brighton

Tue 19 May

£10

Wed 20 May

£10

Art Of Anatomy

A new concept in painted body art with Bodypaint artist Maya Lewis and photographer Sameer Ghai.

The InSpiral Lounge, London NW1

Fri 3 Apr

Free / 020 7428 5857

Chalkie Davies & Chris Difford

Rock photographer Chalkie Davies talks with Chris Difford.

Millenium Hall, Carmarthen

Fri 10 Apr

£11

Consumer

This site specific project sees artist Dawn Woolley fill advertising space across the city with artwork that uses methods of enticement without encouraging consumption.

Various Venues, Cardiff

Tue 31 Mar

Free

  • 00:00 – 00:00 (Wednesday morning) Consumer Various Venues, Cardiff
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Costume Graduate Degree Show

The students from the Costume with Textiles BA celebrate their graduation with a parade of outlandish and beautiful designs.

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Thu 18 Jun

Main Stage

£12 / 01484 430528

Deborah Pearson: The Wonder Striker

A live performance from the award-winning writer, performer and producer, set in the world of 1950s football and featuring Hollywood-style comedy you've probably never seen and a revolution you've probably never heard of.

Norwich Arts Centre

Tue 12 May

£7 (£5) / 01603 660352

Thu 14 May

£7 (£5) / 01603 660352

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva: HA[SOFT]RD

Permanent outdoor sculptural installation by artist who often works with natural materials such as offal and precious metals.

mima – Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Wed 1 Apr

Free / 01642 726720

Thu 2 Apr

Free / 01642 726720

Fri 3 Apr

Free / 01642 726720

…and 638 more dates until 31 Dec 2016

Exhibition - Drama In The Dales

Exhibition of paintings by Kate Bentley SWA ARBSA An evocative collection of watercolours and oils exploring the ever changing North Yorkshire Landscape 28th March-Fri 8th May

The Lime Gallery, Settle

Tue 31 Mar

Free / 01729 892901

Wed 1 Apr

Free / 01729 892901

Thu 2 Apr

Free / 01729 892901

…and 36 more dates until 8 May

Fiction

Interactive performance conceived by David Rosenberg and Glen Neath using binaural sound and absolute darkness and directed by David Rosenberg.

Battersea Arts Centre, London SW11

Thu 16 Jul

£15 (£12) / 020 7223 2223

  • 21:15 Fiction Battersea Arts Centre, London

Fri 17 Jul

£15 (£12) / 020 7223 2223

  • 21:15 Fiction Battersea Arts Centre, London
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A Haunting

A 'hauntological disco' of prog, Krautrock and mutant disco with projections of films and images, plus a screening of cult sci-fi, public information films and other oddities.

Nice'n'Sleazy, Glasgow

Tue 7 Apr

Free / 0141 333 0900

  • 22:30 – 03:00 A Haunting Nice'n'Sleazy, Glasgow

It's Sorta Like a Big Hug

Screening of the video It's Sorta Like a Big Hug by Park McArthur and Constantina Zavitsanos, with readings of text and correspondence by the artists.

Tramway, Glasgow

Fri 17 Apr

£4 for Friday pass / 0845 330 3501

Part of ARIKA15.

Louise Bourgeois: 'Autobiographical Series' And '11 Drypoints'

A retrospective of works from the influential modern and contemporary artist.

Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury

Sat 4 Apr

Free / 01227 782797

Sat 11 Apr

Free / 01227 782797

The Magnificent Seven

An exhibition of work by 7 local artists, showcasing an exciting range of techniques and media, as well as their own unique styles. Featured artists: Sue Heys, Roy Cooney, Melanie Deegan, Bern Sawle, Diane Burnell and Jenny Keogh.

Ilminster Arts Centre

Sat 25 Apr

Free / 01460 54973

Sat 2 May

Free / 01460 54973

Sat 9 May

Free / 01460 54973

Sat 16 May

Free / 01460 54973

One Hundred Thousand Welcomes

Welcomes can be big or small, warm or polite, given or received. Whether a splendid red carpet or a humble welcome mat, welcomes are the extension of an invitation to enter, connect and engage - to become a part of something. Illustrated Brum present One Hundred Thousand Welcomes, an exhibition showcasing collected…

MAC (Midlands Arts Centre), Birmingham

Tue 31 Mar

0121 446 3232

Wed 1 Apr

0121 446 3232

Thu 2 Apr

0121 446 3232

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Richard DeDomenici: The Redux Project

Short recreations of iconic films by artist Richard DeDomenici.

Norwich Arts Centre

Fri 15 May

£8 (£6) / 01603 660352

Sat 16 May

£8 (£6) / 01603 660352

Right Honourable Gentlemen

The Same, But Different, an emerging theatre company based in London and Barcelona, presents a performance exploring the game of the parliamentary election process.

Camden People's Theatre, London NW1

Tue 28 Apr

£12; £9 adv (£10) / 020 7419 4841

Wed 29 Apr

£12; £9 adv (£10) / 020 7419 4841

Rocks and Rivers: Masterpieces of Landscape from the Lunde Collection

Thirteen paintings from the private collection of Asbjorn Lunde, featuring works by Johan Christian Dahl, Caspar Wolf, Robert Zünd, Giuseppe Camino, depicting spectacular landscape scenes from Scandinavia, Italy and Britain.

Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Sun 2 Aug

Free / 0131 624 6200

Mon 3 Aug

Free / 0131 624 6200

Tue 4 Aug

Free / 0131 624 6200

…and 14 more dates until 30 Aug

The Storming: Part 2

Overseen by artist Humberto Velez, DJs from Manchester's past and present club scenes make the Cornerhouse pulse with life, making the audience the artwork.

Cornerhouse, Manchester

Sat 4 Apr

£15 phone for availability (£12) / 0161 200 1500

Sun 5 Apr

£15 phone for availability (£12) / 0161 200 1500

TLRS Morning Show

Electroacoustic radio drama on themes of feminist anonymity, transgendered authorship and cheesy crime story tropes (it's seriously funny), performed live by subject/co-author Laurence Rassel, director of Fundació Antoni Tàpies in Barcelona, and multi-media producer, writer and DJ Terre Thaemlitz.

Tramway, Glasgow

Sun 19 Apr

£6 for Sunday pass / 0845 330 3501

The previous shows are reassembled as a live performance.