News: Art Night announces 2019 commissions in Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 and King’s Cross

London’s largest contemporary art festival, Art Night, has announced first details of the Curated Programme - a selection of internationally acclaimed artists presenting 12 commissions in locations around Walthamstow and King’s Cross. Curated by Helen Nisbet – her first edition as Art Night’s Artistic Director – the programme will take place on the night of... Continue Reading →

Review: Dracula, The London Library

Though it may seem like an unlikely venue for a theatrical performance, the London Library is actually the perfect setting for Creation Theatre’s latest production, Dracula. It was recently revealed that Bram Stoker used the library when writing his most famous work, following the exciting discovery of original copies of 26 books that Stoker for... Continue Reading →

News: Ovalhouse Announces 2019 Spring Season

The Ovalhouse Theatre has announced its 2019 Spring programme, which includes the two full-length shows Smack That and Random Selfies. 2019 is a significant year for Ovalhouse as it marks their final year programming theatre in their current home, before embarking on an exciting nine months, staging performances in unusual locations prior to moving into their new space in... Continue Reading →

News: Waltham Forest awards £135,000 to 12 community arts groups as new funding round opens in Mayor’s first London Borough of Culture programme

A panel of Waltham Forest Community Ambassadors has selected 12 local art and culture projects in the borough to receive funding, from the initial round of the Make it Happen grants programme. Following 165 applications the 12 projects that have been selected bring a wide range of creative projects to life, ranging from African storytelling... Continue Reading →

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