5 secret finds you can discover on London’s South Bank.
First acts for Yoko Ono’s Meltdown announced including Siouxsie, Iggy & the Stooges, Patti Smith, Peaches & Boy George, Marianne Faithful.
We are thrilled to hear that the rather splendid Coney Island themed pop-up festival London Wonderground is returning to the Southbank for a super 2013 summer season.
An amazing array of free events this weekend entitled ‘Here Comes the 20th Century’. This is the first big weekend in a very special year-long festival inspired by Alex Ross’ book The Rest Is Noise.
Voila! Here is our video round-up of the best physical, mind-bending and hilarious shows from the London International Mime Festival 2013:
A Clockwork Orange | Soho Theatre | ✮✮✮✮✮
Dick Whittington and his Cat | Hackney Empire | ✮✮✮✮✮
Slava’s Snowshow | Southbank Centre | ✮✮✮✮✮
Midnight’s Pumpkin | Battersea Arts Centre | ✮✮✮✮✮
Viva Forever | Piccadilly Theatre | ✮✮✮✮
So, we’re swanning around California, singing that pesky song from The O.C., but a little part of us is thinking: “If we were in London right now, what would we be planning for September?”
Antony’s Meltdown at the Southbank Centre premieres an ecclectic and eccentric world of music, performance art and visual spectacle. Our highlights include Joey Arias who will channel Billie Holiday, CocoRosie, Hercules & Love Affair (in the gorgeous Priceless London Wonderground), Hal Willner and…
Missing Udderbelly’s big purple cow-full of joy? Fear not, for London Wonderground, the spiegeltent of wondrous spectacle, continues – BIGGER & BETTER THAN EVER!
Learn something incredible with 100 world-renowned artists at the Hayward Gallery. Wide Open School starts on the 11th June. Here are our highlights… Just what is it that makes Today’s Spaces so different, so appealing… with Bob and Roberta Smith…