Sunday 15 September 2013


Image: London Stories via Battersea Arts Centre

London 1-on-1-on-1. Over 8 million people live in London. People to whom we share a great number of everyday activities, from queuing (a personal favorite) to being oddly close, pretending not to be oddly close, in the Tube's rush hour. The Battersea Arts Centre, invite us to explore a warren of candle-lit rooms and encounter real-life stories told by the people who lived them. Each story, from the moving to the bizarre or comical, will be told to an audience of just two. You will share every experience 1-on-1-on-1 with the storyteller and an audience member you may never have met before. Book tickets, watch the trailer and read a little bit more about this peculiar London Stories here.

Photo: Clean Bandits via Tate website.

BP Saturdays: Loud Tate. The next Saturday 21st you can get down to Tate Britain for a free action-packed day of art, music and fashion, exploring the idea of contrast between the past and present, inspired by the new chronological display at Tate Britain. There will be workships, tutorials, and live performance from Clean Bandit, Amplify Dot and Hackney Colliery Band. More info in the Tate Britain website.

 Photo via Limbo website.

If you fancy to "witness heart-stopping illusions, mind-bending manoeuvres, breathtaking dance moves and thrilling live music from a coterie of highly skilled international performers. A festive celebration of otherworldly proportions, welcome to the greatest party ever between heaven and hell." LIMBO, the new production from the creative producers of 2012 hit show Cantina, will be in London Wonderground until the 29th of September. This was part of our Weekly Procrastination this week and we were fascinated. There's some serious stuff going on in Limbo. And the music is just perfect! Don't miss out. Info and tickets here.

Photo: Endless Stair via LDF website.

Finally, London Design Festival started this 14th of September and it's massive this year. From exhibitions, creative installations to collaborations and dinner parties. The photo above is Endless Stair, a visually and architecturally astonishing installation and one of the highlights of this September’s Festival, go and have a look from 13 September – 10 October 2013 on the lawn in front of the Tate Modern. Design is everywhere, but specially here.

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