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What happens if you fight against the odds, against the opinions and attitudes that surround you, to achieve the life you want - and then realise it's not what you need? Step into a pirate radio station, a teenage bedroom and a house party as an outsider battles to find her voice. Thirteen years after encountering the early days of London's grime scene, Debris Stevenson uses music, movement, lyrics and poetry to recall how it gave her permission to redefine success and become a poet.
Create as part of Represent, a series of artworks inspired by the Representation of the People Act 1918. While the act gave the vote only to women over 30, Represent invites young female artists to explore democracy, equality and inclusion in contemporary Britain.
She has won five Grammy Awards (with 15 nominations), two CMA awards and two Academy of Country Music awards for her vocals. Her songs speak to the most personal of life's details and the most universal.
Berlin-based contemporary composer Nils Frahm has built a steady reputation for his intimate, poignant piano recordings, yet they so far only showed a fragment of what to expect from a Nils Frahm concert. Frahm's heart lies in improvisation, in the magic of a moment where, inspired by the space and the audience, his fingers can create new compositions loosely based around his familiar melodies.
Legendary rock guitarist famous for work with Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen
The group mixes African and Latin influences to create its trademark mellow sounds and funky beats.
Mark Rylance and Shakespeare's Globe are thrilled to bring a company of 23 actors to Westminster Abbey for a unique event to celebrate Shakespeare's birthday. Join us for a promenade performance, as we create a beautiful and unexpected world within this sacred space. Consider the war-weary soldier or the hapless lover, behold a great Monarch or bide awhile with a lone and prayerful soul as you explore the famous Abbey on this special evening. All Places that the Eye of Heaven Visits is a collection of fleeting and intimate encounters with Shakespeare's drama, poetry and song beneath the soaring ribs of London's tremendous Westminster Abbey.
This event takes place at Westminster Abbey
A walk through Shakespeare's London brought alive by actors. You will hear Shakespeare's most compelling and inspiring speeches and some of the most exquisite Elizabethan love poetry in his sonnets. This marriage of our contemporary landscape and London's hidden past leads you through evocative and historic buildings and streets familiar to Shakespeare. These walks through Westminster and the City to the Globe, conceived by Mark Rylance, have taken place annually in April for over 25 years.
There will be two starting points for the Sonnet Walks, all walks will finish at Shakespeare's Globe. East - Shoreditch Sat,Sun - Departures every 15mins from 11:00-13:30. West - Westiminster Sat,Sun - Departures every 15 mins from 11:00-13:30
A flamboyant chameleon of words, music and socio-political tirades.
Joined onstage by a 24-piece orchestra and host of local special guests, New York's Mac has created a Pulitzer Prize-nominated, once-in-a-lifetime, immersive performance in a quest to chronicle how communities grow stronger as they are being torn apart. Charting the years 1776?1806, he asks the audience to conspire with him to reimagine rebellions, revolutions, triumphs and tragedies. Bawdy pub songs, sea shanties and subversive anthems are rearranged as musical mash-ups to take on a chapter of the defining early years of America's history. The New York Times critic has described it as 'one of the greatest experiences of my life' A 24-Decade History of Popular Music: The First Act is part of our 2018 Season, The Art of Change, which explores how artists respond to, reflect and can potentially effect change in the social and political landscape.
Part of LIFT 2018