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Utopia: Then and Now - King's Place

The other day I went to King’s Place for an interesting talk about Sir Thomas More’s Utopia. Entitled Utopia: Then and Now, the talk featured Michael Caines chairing a discussion between Matthew Beaumont and Chloë Houston, academics who have worked on the book. 136 more words

London

Yugen – the mysterious elegance of classical Noh

As part of the Noh Reimagined weekend at Kings Place, a number of performances and workshops took place. I like exploring and learning about different kinds of theatre, and the Japanese tradition of Noh is one I’ve often wanted to find out more about. 258 more words

Theatre

In concert - Barbara Nissman plays Ginastera at Kings Place

Barbara Nissman (piano); Hall One, Kings Place, London, 24 April 2016

Liszt Mephisto Waltz No.1, S514 (1862)

Bartók Allegro Barbaro, BB63 (1911)

Ginastera Tres Danzas Argentinas, Op.2 (1937) 568 more words

In Concert

Storm clouds over Kings Place as Guardian moots move in rent negotiation and ding dong over digital direction

The Guardian has fired a traditional opening shot in any rent renegotiation by floating rumours of a move from its Kings Place office.  And there’s a right old ding dong about how to finance the Guardian and its digital ambitions post Alan Rusbridger’s editorship. 349 more words

King's Place, York Way

Meet the Artist......Hugo Ticciati

Who or what inspired you to take up the violin and pursue a career in music? 

To be honest there was no great epiphany or moment of inspiration, it just always felt like I was meant to be making music – exactly how and in what form is still wonderfully open … tomorrow is a new day and will bring with it new inspiration. 791 more words

General

Pangolin London Sculpture Trail

Some time ago I heard about the Pangolin Gallery in Kings Cross London which is affiliated to the art foundry, Pangolin Editions, based in Chalford, Gloucestershire. 146 more words

Art

Hans Koller Quartet/ Percy Pursglove Trio, Kings Place, Friday 4th March

Birmingham based Stoney Lane Records invaded London’s Kings Place with a Venn diagram of a double-bill on Friday and, as I happened to be town, the lure was irresistible. 310 more words

Review