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Following a familiar theme, Lemn continues searching – not for family but for something more evasive: race. Fusing the lyrical and polemical, Why I Don’t Hate White People is a whirlwind tour of race as seen from one man’s unique and intensely personal perspective.
Tracy Letts’ masterpiece comes in at almost 4 hours and it is hard to see how it could be made any shorter, such is the scope and ambition of this play.
In its January issue, Dazed & Confused hands over creative control to British teenagers – responding to the question, “What does it mean to you to be young and British today?”
Super Thursday, which saw the publication of 800 books on one day in the race to reach the Christmas top ten, has long since been and gone. Now nervous publishers look to the high streets to see how this year’s financial crisis will affect their figures.
Former Administrator of the Northern Territory Ted Egan AO will launch his book Due Inheritance.
A season of programming exploring Indian culture, May – October 2009
Jim Holt, author of Stop Me If You’ve Heard This explains where jokes come from, whilst sharing a few of the best jokes from over the past 2,000 years.
Zero is the story of one of hundreds of interrogation camps set up twenty years from now to extract information from detainees known only as ‘the others’.
Salisbury International Arts Festival announces highlights for 2009.
The judging panels have been announced for the 2009 And/or Book Awards, the UK’s leading prizes for books published in the fields of photography and the moving image.
The 7th Shanghai Biennale opened at the Shanghai Art Museum on September 8 through November 16. The biennale realized its expected academic and social goals, receiving high acclaim from both the domestic and foreign art community.
Family entertainment is plentiful this coming spring at Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.
Fast becoming one of London’s most exciting literary groups, Apples & Snakes is pushing the boundaries in poetry and spoken word. Tonight’s performance at Soho Theatre is no exception, featuring three highly talented and entertaining artists.
A timely new musical, set against the backdrop of the credit crisis, is in
production talks with West End producers.
A Blackmarket is an interdisciplinary research on learning and un-learning, where narrative formats of knowledge transfer are tried out and presented.
On Saturday 13th December the LBT will be holding its first Festive Arts and Crafts Fair from 11am – 5pm.
New Writing Partnership in Norwich are holding a free day-long training event for journalists and media professionals offering key skills on coverage of asylum and refugee issues.
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