Sunday 25 August 2013


Our friends from Archeology Project invite us to their first live event: a video excavation of the Barbican Centre as part of Hack the Barbican. Become an explorer and record the collective memory of the largest performing arts centre in Europe, all you need is a phone with camera. Sounds good right. This will take place the next Friday 30th and Saturday 31st of August and you can just drop in or register here.

Hack the Barbican is also featuring a whole bunch of other activities to enjoy, like Haiku writing, narrating the Barbican, Pecha-Kucha performances, poetry hack and sounds installations. Have a look at the program for next week and remember that this Hack the Barbican's last week, don't miss out!

Photo: Tim Mitchell via Southbank Centre website

It's almost the last week of Southbank Centre's Festival of Neighborhood too, and there are still plenty of things to enjoy during this next week, but specially on Sunday it will take place the central piece of this finale: the Southbanquet. An invitation to share an alfresco meal of ethically sourced food to mark the end of summer on the terrace overlooking the Thames. The meal is cooked by Thomas Hunt, former River Cottage chef, founder of the eco-collective The Forgotten Feast and official chef of Feeding the 5000. There will be banquet-related workshops during the whole weekend and the weather, so far, promises no rain. Win!

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