We Recommend: Performing Arts

One – Bertrand Lesca & Nasi Voutsas

Mon 30 Sept - Sat 19 Oct

Battersea Arts Center

Uniquely blending humour, brutality and clowning, acclaimed performers Bert and Nasi will have you on the edge of your seat as they attempt to overcome what divides them in this surreal show for our surreal times.

Performing Arts

Unwritten Letters – Fresh Lines Reading

Mon 30 Sept - Tue 1 Oct

Spring Restaurant

This beautiful heartfelt correspondence of French pupils collected by French acclaimed writer Estelle Savasta, and translated by Kirsten Hazel Smith, has become an intimate and moving theatrical experience presented here in a reading directed by Marianne Badrichani and Mark Maughan. Performed by Sarah Goddard (Hetty Feather) and Jack Bennett (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).

Performing Arts

Mephisto [A Rhapsody] by Samuel Gallet

Thu 3 - Sat 26 Oct

Gate Theatre

At the local theatre Aymeric dreams of celebrity; Lucas longs for a liberal revolution; Michael is seduced by the extremists; Juliette is in fear for her life. Mephisto [A Rhapsody] is a searing contemporary response to Klaus Mann’s fiercely political novel.

Performing Arts

Release – Receive – Become: Workshop with Nacera Belaza

Sat 19 - Sun 20 Oct

Independent Dance Siobhan Davies Studios

Nacera Belaza enters dance as a self-taught interpreter, and develops a choreography that originates in an inner progress—a sensitive awareness of the body, space and of the emptiness inside her. Join her for a weekend workshop!

Performing Arts, Talks

Sonica Glasgow

Thu 31 Oct - Sun 10 Nov

Glasgow (city-wide)

Sonica Glasgow is an 11-day biennial festival, dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, presenting exceptional international artists alongside emerging UK talent in diverse venues, city-wide.

Contemporary Music, Performing Arts, Talks, Visual Arts

A Letter to a Friend in Gaza

Mon 18 - Sat 23 Nov

The Coronet Theatre

When today’s current events become our children’s history lessons, how will they view our actions? In filmmaker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors - 2 Palestinian and 2 Israeli - address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

Performing Arts