We Are Robots is an innovative new music festival curated with the consideration of future global music scenes. As well as an exclusive collaboration with our good friends at Rough Trade, We Are Robots will be joining forces with some of the biggest names in the music industry, exploring the ideas and movements that are propelling the future of music. 🎧 🎹 🎶
Whether you’re a music maker, industry insider or a music fan, come and experience first-hand the new technology in music creation; discuss and attend talks about current and future practices; learn how to hone your skills through innovation workshops with leading brands and immerse yourself within and interact with installations that challenge the senses, and enjoy our impressive line-up of live musical performances.
The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
Get involved for the chance for your remix to be featured at a Bacardí Beginnings gig, showcased on their site and get an exclusive invitation to the gig to watch it all happen.
This is the second of three unique projects which are mixing new artists with established acts and pushing musical boundaries.
Take part by remixing the Toddla T & Roses Gabor track in your favourite genre or style and be in for the chance for your remix to be featured at a Bacardí Beginnings gig, showcased on their site and be invited to the gig to watch it all happen!
If that isn’t enough you’ll also get a production masterclass in the studio with Toddla T and remix equipment!
The steps to take part are easy:
Step 1: download the steams to create your remix
Step 2: create your masterpiece
Step 3: upload your remix to BACARDÍ Beginnings
Visit their website to take part now.
TIME AND PLACE:
SHOW STARTS: 19:30
@ Southwark Playhouse
Shipwright Yard, (Corner of Tooley St. & Bermondsey St.),
The earlier you book the cheaper it is.
Paulden Hall Productions in association with Folie à deux Productions present ‘I Am a Camera’ By John Van Druten.
Directed by Anthony Lau
Harry Potter star, Harry Melling, joins a stellar cast at the Southwark Playhouse in the play which inspired ‘Cabaret’. Part glamorous whirlwind of Berlin Bohemia, part harrowing depiction of the Nazi’s rise to power.
AD – Becky Catlin
Composer & Musical Director – Angus MacRae
Lighting Designer – Nicolai Kornum
Assistant designer – Helen Ricahrdson
Costume Designer – Sarah Booth
Stage Manager – Susan Ellicott
Assistant Stage Manager – Sophie Goody
TIME AND PLACE:
Open: various times
@ London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6SB
Tickets: book here
Student Film Festival is a platform for young filmmakers to showcase their work and to meet established industry professionals. Founded by enterprising young people for young people, Student Film Festival aims to support aspiring filmmakers, set designers, actors – cast and crew alike, to bring their colours to the future of cinema. SFFLondon 2012 will run for three days, and will be held at the London College of Communication. The festival will screen feature films and a selection of shorts representing the best student work from both British and world cinema judged by experts.
STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL LONDON 2012 from SFFL on Vimeo.
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TIME AND PLACE:
Doors: 19:30 – 00:00
@ The Book Club, 100 – 106 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH
Entry: £8 book online
Bringing you the finest burgeoning UK music, and promo production talent. With videos from the directors and live performances from the artists.
This is going to be a unique and exciting evening.
Performances and videos:
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