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BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Discussion
To mark the 150th anniversary of Matthew Arnold's influential book Culture and Anarchy, BBC Radio 3 will be holding a special edition of the programme Free Thinking with a panel discussion in front of an audience at the University of Sussex on the evening of the 22nd of June. Arnold argued that modern life was producing a…
The Gabriels Trilogy: Hungry
Tony-Award winning playwright Richard Nelson presents the first of his landmark trilogy about an extraordinary American family, set in the kitchen of the Gabriels's house, where discussion on their lives, fears and disappointments are laid bare.
The Gabriels Trilogy: What Did You Expect?
Tony-Award winning playwright Richard Nelson presents the second play in his landmark trilogy. The country is now in the midst of the Presidential election, and the family discuss the ongoing issues while a meal is prepared.
The Gabriels Trilogy: Women Of A Certain Age
Tony-Award winning playwright Richard Nelson presents the third and final play in his trilogy. The family gathers in the kitchen once again to await news of the election results.
Thu 25 May
Nawa is an independent label focused on releasing new music from the Arab world. The label brings its newest artists to the UK for the first time in a genre-defying and eclectic quadruple-bill. Presented in collaboration with Supersonic Festival. Kamilya Jubran / Wasl A contemporary trio led by renowned Palestinian…
Selina Thompson: salt.
In February, two artists got on a cargo ship, and retraced one of the routes of the Transatlantic Slave Triangle - from the UK to Ghana to Jamaica, and back. Their memories, their questions and their grief took them along the bottom of the Atlantic and through the figurative realm of an imaginary past. It was a long…
Victoria Melody: Ugly Chief
A comedy from the daughter of TV antique dealer, Mike Melody, offering a candid exploration of the British funeral industry and how we deal with death in modern society.