A set of special photographs by Ram Shergill, creative directed by Daen Palma Huse, will be shown at The Wallace Collection in line with the exhibition talk “Fashion and Power”.
The Protagonist is a leading character, a hero, a heroine.
The Protagonist stands out from the crowd as the most prominent figure.
The Protagonist breaks records to set new ones.
Written by Jack Thorne and directed by John Tiffany, the play is a fitting comment on contemporary British society where intellectual milieus and social classes clash at times. David Morrissey and Lesley Sharp deliver convincing performances at The Royal Court Theatre.
The exhibition Mary Quant opens at the Victoria & Albert Museum. In addition to the ubiquitous mini-skirt, Quant created baby-doll dresses, hot pants, and fetish-friendly ‘Wet Collection’ PVC raincoats.
Cordelia Grierson (artistic director) and the CASA team present an inspiring cocktail from award winning theatre plays to storytelling traditions and Samba. For two weeks, the Arcola Theatre, Rio Cinema and Dalston Eastern Curve Garden are taken over for performances.
“Black is sky so stars can shine
Tiger’s stripes and butterflies
Black is brushed on sparrow’s wings
Black is many things.
Black is writing on a page
Berries sweet and clouds that rain
Black is crying when you sing
Black is anything.”
…sung actress and singer Lena Horne. The book “Black: Architecture in Monochrome” by Phaidon explores architectural masterpieces by some of the most ingenious architects of our time and it invites for a philosophical exploration of “black” and of how we perceive colour, material, space, including inspiring quotes.