Live music from Jazz New Blood
Live music by Rosie Frater-Taylor (guitar and vocals) and Roella Oloro (piano) from Jazz New Blood.
Interview with Jenny Richards from Grand Union Orchestra
There is no musical organisation on the planet quite like the Grand Union Orchestra. For over 30 years, we have brought together singers and instrumentalists from all over the world to create spectacular live shows, combining music and theatre to reflect vividly the society we live in today. We speak to Jenny Richards to learn more.
As the V&A prepares to open it’s East London outpost in the Olympic Park, they’ve actually taken over a small space in Poplar called the Lansbury Micro Museum. Their current exhibition ‘Seeing Red’ is a collection of posters from the women’s printing workshop See Red who where very active members of London’s feminist movement in the 70s and 80’s.
Now Then: Eva
An extract from Jessie Lawson’s podcast series, Now Then, which shares the stories of people who are over 70 years old. This is Eva’s story.
Interview with Jorge Lopes Ramos from ZU-UK
Interview with Jorge Lopes Ramos from interactive theatre and digital arts organisation ZU-UK about their upcoming project and crowdfunding campaign; Pick me up (and hold me tight) that tackles the difficult topic of suicide.
Artur Vidal and Hannah White from the East London Sonic Meditations study group explain why they became interested this practice inspired by Pauline Oliveros.
We meet Roland Fischer and Ollie Tobin from Set Space in Dalston Lane, providing reasonable arts studio space and a new independent music and arts venue and bar.
Hakeem Kazeem from The Batty Mama
Interview with Hakeem Kazeem, from The Batty Mama an organisation specialised in Queer black and brown performance arts and events.
Alt Queer Black P.R.O.M, 27 April at Hackney Showroom.
Starting conversations: Street harassment
This month Jessie Lawson walked around Dalston asking passers-by about Street Harassment, then she spoke to Kelsey from Hollaback LDN – an anti-street harassment organisation.
Studio interview: Ella Hollowood curator at Rainbow Pilgrims
Studio interview with Ella Hollowood curator of online and mobile exhibition Rainbow Pilgrims; a collection of oral histories from the LGBTQI+ migrant community in London.