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Sailing Residencies with Sail Britain



Sail Britain is a unique project exploring the British coastline through research, the creative arts and engagement with communities. We explore the sea and the coastline from multidisciplinary viewpoints, highlighting the cultural importance of our relationship with the ocean and the connection between ecological issues and society.

We are inviting participants from all fields to join our programme, learning to sail and exploring themes such as sustainability, climate change and marine plastic pollution. We believe in the benefits of cross disciplinary collaboration between science and the arts and working in the hands on environment of a sailing boat.

Opportunities in May and June include working alongside a microplastics research team from Exeter University as artist in residence.

More details on our website under 'programme',

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Performers and promoters wanted for The East London Fringe!




Public applications to perform at The East London Fringe Festival are now open!

Taking place throughout the month of July, the East London Fringe Festival is a physical manifestation of the area’s rich artistry, cultural diversity and bohemian beauty. The festival combines music, visual art, comedy, theatre and lifestyle events drawn from East London’s thriving creative communities paralleled by works from some of the biggest names in music, art and comedy from here at home and around the globe. 

Applications are now open for performers and producers to participate in the Fringe Festival in 2017 by presenting an event as part of the Festival's cultural program. 

The Fringe Festival offers range of great opportunities for producers and performers to present events in some of East London's best venues as well as in a number of unique and unusual bespoke spaces. 

The festival also supports its participants in a number of ways including free marketing and PR support, discounted venue hire and production hire rates and production support via our in house team. 

Log onto the participants area of the festival web site by clicking the Apply Now button or check out  for more information.




Laugh, Love & Live with Dementia





Love, Laugh & live with dementia

The Magic Mad Hat offers a monthly session, introducing you to Laugh, love & live with Dementia - a simple & effective way of combining caring for yourself with the joy of caring for others, especially for those with Dementia.

Inspired and trained by Gesundheit! (Patch Adams), Clown one Italia, Clown One Japan as well as by many Improvised comedy & Clown teachers from London and the United States, Gudrun has established a joyful way of caring interaction while rekindle and deepen you love for yourself and the people you care for.

The seminar is 3 hours long and will include three, distinctive modules:
• Enjoy and love yourself,
• How to have fun with dementia patient, where you will be able to find out how does it feel to be “blocked”
• How to deepen your connection with dementia patient.

The workshop is highly interactive and will require your involvement in games, exercises and use of simple clowning and theatrical improvisation techniques to reinforce the connection with your inner self as well as with person affected by dementia.

When: Friday 17th of February 2017, 7.15pm - 10.15pm

Where: The Millman Street Community Center; 50 Millman Street (entrance between numbers 34–36), London, WC1N 3EW

Entrance is only £10.00

Buy your Ticket here

Noizemaschin!! London #10





Noizemaschin!! London #10


See out the year with a Quality Street-style selection of our finest noise-makers from all across the land!



Monday 9th December

Amersham Arms

New Cross


Facebook event:

Twitter: @Noizemaschin


Francesca Ter-Berg - Experimental cello meets folk improvisation

Portia Winters - Performs material from her new project 'Starflesh', gathering songs and improvisations with blurred edges

James Malone & Joe Wright - Free improvisation for guitar and saxophones

IlSantoBevitore - Hypnotic texture of low bass frequencies, harsh and bright distortions, supported by layers of acoustic percussions and minimal technoide-beat

Thomas Stone - Performs a new contrabasson and electronics work, fusing dark ambient soundscapes with contemporary new music, drone, noise and minimal tech

Stephen James - Busted up guitar noise and found percussion

Yoni Silver - Spectrally manipulated, amplified bass clarinet improvisation

Dee Byrne - Freewheeling jazz-fused experimentation!

Also, check out the Noizemaschin!! website: for more information on our international network of experimental music making!

Artist Talk: Eva Rothschild




Winner of the 2016 West Dean College Tapestry Commission Open Call, Eva Rothschild is one of the leading sculptors of her generation. Her practice is informed by an ongoing interest in visual perception and the nature of materiality, demonstrating a longstanding engagement with the woven surface. For this talk Eva will discuss her wider practice as well as her ambitions for the commission, which sees her collaborating with the Master Weavers at West Dean Tapestry Studio to produce a unique hand-woven tapestry, due to be completed next year.

Image: Eva Rothschild, All I Want 


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