News: Acclaimed writers lead Border Crossings’ intercultural ORIGINS Festival

Intercultural theatre company Border Crossings’ ORIGINS Festival is a multidisciplinary celebration of Indigenous arts and culture from around the world. The 2021-22 Festival will offer an unprecedented and evolving year-long programme, transforming digital and physical spaces into vibrant sites of creative enquiry, intervention and performance by leading Indigenous artists and thinkers. The Festival will offer... Continue Reading →

News: Brighton Fringe returns with hybrid model for audiences to enjoy around the country

2019 was record-breaking for Brighton Fringe with over 600,000 attendees, while 2020 saw the Festival explore digital performance for the first time. Now, for 2021, England’s largest arts festival is back with the most exciting and unusual cabaret, circus and comedy, dance, drama and drag! In the spirit of invention that has always inspired the... Continue Reading →

Review: RUMAHFest, Online

RUMAHFest, a festival celebrating Asian artists based in London, was due to launch at the Rich Mix earlier this year in March, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic it had to be postponed. Thankfully the festival has been reimagined as a digital production and is now available to stream on YouTube.  Backed by organisations including... Continue Reading →

News: Art Night announces 2019 commissions in Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 and King’s Cross

London’s largest contemporary art festival, Art Night, has announced first details of the Curated Programme - a selection of internationally acclaimed artists presenting 12 commissions in locations around Walthamstow and King’s Cross. Curated by Helen Nisbet – her first edition as Art Night’s Artistic Director – the programme will take place on the night of... Continue Reading →

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