It is either credit to the subliminal, crawl-under-your-skin nature of pop culture, or perhaps just the ultra-absorbent, internet-centred state of mind which I’m currently occupying, that I have just bought Lana Del Rey’s album, Born to Die.
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Georgeois Bourgeois and Maurice Maurice are a singing, dancing, talking celebration of live performance. Maybe it’s my proximity to the stage which makes the liveness so sensuous – I’m close enough to see smudged lipstick, green nail varnish, shaking fingers and torn, sequined seams – but I’m sure everyone in the room feels it.
This weekend's events look to be exciting (if you like sitting in car parks, tunnels or under the A12 flyover that is...)
It might rain this weekend, it might not. But it probably will. Let's all go out and have a good time regardless of impromptu rain showers. Here are this weekend's event listings...
June has arrived, along with an array of what looks to be interesting events.
Tomorrow is the last Art Club at Chisenhale Dance Space until Autumn - it promises to be good! Also ArtEvict invite you to their June event, offering a night of performances all for free.
It's a Bank Holiday Weekend! Let's all jump for joy and delve into some cultural treats. Here are a few events to get your creative juices flowing...
This month's Art Club at Chisenhale Dance Space is guest curated by our very own Gillie Kleiman. Artists from Ireland, France and Romania present a mixed bill of live art, dance and music.
I'm a bit of Clingon. I cling on to books. I did manage to let Pablo Neruda's Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair go on Wednesday night, such was the condition for entry to The Goodbye Library at The Nave (love converted churches) in Islington.
Chisenhale Art Club, Daniel Linehan at Lilian Baylis, and The Place Prize finals.