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HAY design store pop-up @ Southbank Centre / through September 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Monday – Friday 10am-9pm
Saturday 10pm-8pm
Sunday 12pm-8pm

@ Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX

Free entry

www.hay.dk
www.southbankcentre.co.uk/hay-market

Nordic design store HAY is partnering with London’s Southbank Centre in an immersive month-long pop-up in an arts centre for the first time.

The accessories market concept-inspired space, will display a wide selection of accessories from the HAY collection, complimented by key pieces of furniture and will present the design range from a living perspective. The in-store space which is designed to resemble a supermarket, allows for a tactile and engaging shopping experience with aisles of shelves displaying the carefully selected merchandise. 🛍

The new accessories market celebrates September’s London Design Festival and is part of Southbank Centre’s year-long exploration of Nordic arts and culture, Nordic Matters. Design highlights on offer range from an office range and stationery to kitchenware, textiles and bathroom-oriented items.

Violet Nights: Woke Twitter IRL @ Southbank Centre / Thursday 10th August 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 18:30–20:30

@ Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Tickets: free entry, must book online

www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/123548-violet-nights-woke-twitter-irl-2017

In the age of Kardashian callouts, blackface and DIY art culture, the internet has never been a more important platform. Online communities like Black Twitter have carved a space for political discourse on the web and our voices are finally being heard.

With ‘woke’ added to the Oxford English Dictionary (definition: staying aware of social and political injustices happening in the today), we’ve seen it, we’ve heard it, we’ve sung it. We are asking how the digital age of tweets, gifs and hashtags can help us to incite social change in our society.

Go to Violet Nights and discuss the influence woke Twitter has had on our lives, our art and the way we interact with the world we live in.

RSVP on Facebook.

Black Cat Cabaret @ London Wonderground / from June – September 2014

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
21:30 (show then afterparty till 12:30)

@ London Wonderground, Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX

Tickets: £19:50-£24:50 book online

www.londonwonderground.co.uk
www.theblackcat.info

Black Cat Cabaret draws inspiration from the Absinthe-soaked underworld of Montmartre in its 1920s heyday, featuring a company of mad musicians, alluring acrobats, decadent dancers and comic characters – brought to life by the intoxicating spirit of the moon.

The uniquely theatrical cabaret spectacular combines the very best cabaret has to offer, crossing the polished high skills of high-end shows such as La Soiree, with the anarchic hellfire humour and musical sensibilities of the Boom Boom Club.

Real Food Market @ Southbank Centre / until Sunday 13th April 2014

TIME AND PLACE:

From:
Fri 12:00-20:00
Sat 11:00-20:00
Sun 12:00-18.00

@ Southbank Centre Square, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

www.realfoodfestival.co.uk

Bringing you an amazing range of great produce and the rising stars of London’s street food scene, each trader has been carefully selected based on their commitment to producing the very best, sustainably and ethically produced food and drink. At the Real Food Market, for three days each week, you can buy fresh, high quality, great value food and drink direct from over 40 producers who rear, grow and make your food; supporting small producers and independent traders.

The Alternative Guide to the Universe @ Hayward Gallery / until 26th August 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Mon – Wed , Sat, Sun 10:00 – 18:00
Thu and Fri 10:00 – 20:00

@ Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Tickets: £12.75 book online

www.southbankcentre.co.uk

Outsider artists emerge centre stage, in this exhibition of idiosyncratic artworks made over the past 25 years.

This show seeks to shine a spotlight on a group of maverick artists, architects and scientists who operate outside the conventional norms. From fringe physicists to healers, futurists to inventors, it offers an unusual insight into a world where ingenuity and inventiveness abound.

Nearly all the participants in the show are self-taught and the artworks and artefacts on display reveal a group of creators who offer alternative ways of perceiving, imagining, describing and moving through the complex systems that govern society.

Festival of Neighbourhood: Beanotown @ Southbank Centre / until 8th September 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 10:00 – 23:00

@ Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Free entry

www.southbankcentre.co.uk

In celebration of 75 years of The Beano, the Southbank Centre is creating Beanotown – a Beano neighbourhood decked out with related memorabilia and featuring a Beano museum and social club. Housed in the Festival Village – a spacious venue under the Queen Elizabeth Hall – Beantown will host a series of events including drawing workshops led by The Beano illustrators and sessions revealing the history of Dennis the Menace’s pranks complete with demonstrations

Wow Festival: London Veil @ Festival Hall / Friday 8th March 2013 – Sunday 10th March 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

10:00 – 23:00

@ Royal Festival Hall
Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XX

Entry: £Free

www.sarashamsavari.com

London Veil is a body of work by photographic artist Sara Shamsavari that seeks to give prominence to young muslim women in the London by documenting and celebrating the expression of their individual identities as interpreted through their vibrant and varied hijab styles and adornments.

Neither a critic nor an advocate of the veil, London Veil exists to recognise and celebrate its participants as strong, vital individuals who manage to shine, despite the struggles of youth, womanhood and prejudice they may receive as a result of the visibility of their faith.

Through the documentation of London’s young muslim women through their self-styled hijabs, ranging from subtle to wild in their expression,London Veil both illustrates and is inspired by the influence of our perceived restrictions, limitations and challenges. Those forces encourage originality, adaptation and in turn transform cultural expression into objects of beauty.

50 images from London Veil will exhibit for the first time at the Royal Festival Hall on the mornings of the 8th and 10th of March in the main Clore Ballroom as part of the Southbank’s Women of the World (WOW) Festival an annual global festival where women and men of all ages celebrate women’s achievements and discuss the obstacles they face across the world.

Sara Shamsavari is a British artist of Iranian heritage whose vibrant and emotive images explore and reinterpret identity and address current social, and cultural concerns existing within today’s society. While each of photographic series’ has a distinct focus they all seek to encourage the ideals of non-judgement, equality, unity in diversity, collective responsibility and make a significant difference to human understanding.

The artist’s work has exhibited in London, New York, Hong Kong and Paris in galleries, museums and public spaces including the Institute of Contemporary Art, Selfridges & Co, Espace Pierre Cardin (Studio 55) London City Hall, Photofusion and Danny Simmon’s Corridor Gallery. Sara has also given talks and lectures at the University of Arts London, University of Creative Arts, The Apple Store, Kings Place (Guardian Open Weekend) and the Royal Institution of Great Britain (Cr8net).

With a belief in the role of artists as leaders in social and spiritual progress who spark change Sara’s endeavor is to empower the participants of her work and in doing this, encourage a transformation in the way people view society and themselves.

George Eksts: Incredible Utility @ Hayward Gallery / until 10th February 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Open: 10:00 – 18:00

@ Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Free entry

www.southbankcentre.co.uk

In ‘Incredible Utility’, George Eksts presents a selection of visual conundrums from his ongoing series of ‘endless’ videos.

A branch balances and spins on its own axis, a team of scaffolders are locked in an absurd cycle of perpetual play, and two signs rattle against each other in confrontation, poised to fall at any moment.

While some of the events documented are staged or choreographed, others are actual scenarios from real life that have been manipulated, edited, collaged and looped in post-production.

Eksts’ time is not linear but crumpled and meandering, collapsed in on itself. Sequential events appear simultaneous, videos slip in and out of sync with each other, and narrative progress is subverted.

In confounding our desire to impose a beginning and an end, Eksts invites us to engage in a process of attentive looking that brings out delicate nuances we might otherwise miss.

Christmas Market @ Southbank Centre / until Monday 24th December 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Open:
Monday to Friday 11:00 – 22:00
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 22:00

@ Southbank, Belvedere Road, London E1 8XX

Free entry

www.southbankcentre.co.uk

The Southbank Centre Christmas Market brings the real German Christmas feeling to London’s Southbank. From 16th November – 24th December 2012, the Riverside Walk, between the London Eye & Waterloo Bridge, turns into a Christmassy promenade for the young and the young at heart.

Experience a taste of what a traditional, beautifully lit, German style Christmas Market has to offer at the Christmas Market at Southbank Centre in London!

80 authentically decorated wooden chalets will sell a wide range of unique hand-crafted gifts and unusual Christmas presents. Wooden and soft toys, unique jewellery, hand made soaps and many more Christmassy products are offered in a magical winter atmosphere.

Sip a warming “Glühwein” (German Mulled Wine), enjoy a famous German Bratwurst or indulge yourself with roasted nuts, gingerbread hearts, and many other delicious treats. As well as shopping, the carousel at the Christmas Market and traditional Christmas music will enthrall visitors, filling them with the Christmas spirit.

Christmas Market @ Southbank Centre / Friday 16th November 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Time: 10:00 – 22:00

@ Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XX. (Between Southbank Centre and the London Eye).

Entry: £FREE

www.southbankcentre.co.uk

16th November 2012, 10:00am – 24th December 2012, 22:00pm

The traditional German-style wooden huts of the Southbank Centre Christmas Market return to Queen’s walk along the river (between the Southbank Centre and the London Eye), selling toys and gifts, food and drink, including Glühwein, Bratwurst and gingerbread. There’s a stall for kids to make Christmas cards and a pocket money stall with affordable gifts for family and friends. To set the seasonal scene, twice a day various choirs will sing carols and Christmas songs.

Wooden chalets filled with festive food, drink, gifts and treats run along the twinkling riverside. Enjoy mulled wine, bratwurst and gingerbread while taking in the lights, sights and sounds of London at Christmas time.

Monday to Friday 11am – 10pm
Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 10pm

For more information visit www.xmas-markets.com

Come along and get in the Christmas mood!

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