To do this weekend: 18th - 20th October
Friday + Saturday, 10am - 5pm, Swiss Cottage Gallery
Uncertain Ruins a site-responsive collaboration by artist Julie F Hill and Gauld Architecture that draws on the social, material and historical context of the Swiss Cottage Library in which the gallery is located.
Saturday, Doors 7pm, The Roundhouse
Join the Roundhouse for a special evening championing the hottest emerging artists from the Future Bubblers roster and our very own Roundhouse Resident Artist programme, with performances from hip hop trio NuTribe, singer-songwriter ELOI and producer-DJ Cult Architect.
More acts to be announced.
Saturday, 2pm & 5pm, The Place
Voyage into the unknown with this dreamlike spectacle, a bewitching gem of a family show, in which gravity dissolves, bodies bravely contort and optical illusions conjure other worlds.
Out of the darkness strange shapes appear as if from nowhere, illuminated by horizontal strips of white light. From here the fantasy into space begins, contained in a stark frame, as two adventurers overcome fear to boldly navigate creatures of the deep, brotherly rites of initiation and flying contraptions.
Leaving room for the imaginations of children aged 7+ to soar, this international hit features two awesomely dextrous performers, vivid costumes and eerie props.
Saturday, 6pm - 10pm
At the forefront of the UK Ska-Punk scene, King Prawn built a reputation in the late 90's as one of the most entertaining live acts in the country. With their unique and infectious blend of Ska, Hip Hop and Punk Rock the band have wowed crowds from the Arctic Circle to Sicily and Japan.
Sunday, 14.30–15.45, British Museum,
Myths Retold is a series of performances of some of the greatest stories in the world, presented in collaboration with the Crick Crack Club.
Enter a world of transformation, myth and magic at these unique storytelling performances for grown-ups...
Sunday, from 1pm, Conway Hall
What does it mean to be a young Londoner today?
This short documentary challenges misconceptions and celebrates the diverse individual and collective identity of a group of young Londoners, through first-hand interviews and visual montage of experimental, archive and personal footage.
From June-August 2019, a group of 13-18 year olds learnt from professional filmmakers at HCA to conceptualise, shoot and edit their own film exploring Identity, inspired by major exhibition, ‘Get Up Stand Up Now’, at Somerset House which celebrates the past 50 years of Black creativity in Britain and beyond.