This event took place on Saturday 25th February 2017 as part of Jewish Book Week 2017.
Bafta award-winning actor, Rebecca Front, and her script-writer and director brother, Jeremy Front, with whom she co-writes and performs Incredible Women, need no introduction.
In 2015, London collective Assemble became the first architecture studio to receive the prestigious Turner Prize. Assemble – a team of 18 young architects and designers – won the award for their innovative Toxteth housing estate regeneration project.
This event took place on Wednesday 1 March 2017 as part of Jewish Book Week 2017. To watch a video of this event, click here.
Human Rights ― Equality ― Free Speech ― Privacy ― The Rule of Law
Juxtaposing a rich variety of images Martin Gayford, in conversation with Jan Dalley, arts editor of the FT, offers a dazzling and original account of art history, posing fascinating questions about the nature of art and artistic creation. A History of Pictures is the result of Gayford's collaboration with David Hockney to explore how and why pictures have been made? Their artistic journey takes them from the Lascaux cave drawings to state-of-the-art computer imagery. Why are we so preoccupied with making marks on a flat surface, and why do we find them so captivating? How do you show movement in a still picture, and how do films and television connect with old masters? What are the ways in which time and space can be condensed into a static image? What do pictures show – truth or lies? Do photographs present the world as we experience it? The answer they come up with are every bit as exhilarating as their questions.
Palestine, 1925. A celebrated visitor, an eccentric genius, a future leader...and music that sings of dreams and destinies, of life, and death.
History shows that humans are obsessed with their genes. Does the sequencing of the human genome really herald a new opportunity for medicine? Is there a darker side that we ignore?
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The George Webber Memorial Evening
A lively evening of jazz, blues, poetry and classic melodies featuring Jacqui Dankworth, Oli Hayhurst, Jeremy Robson, Art Themen and Charlie Wood.