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Three To See on 4 Nov: Melancholy, A Thread, The Revolutions Weekender – A Festival Of Peace, Love and Music

By | Published on Friday 28 October 2016


And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

Melancholy | Jacksons Lane | 4 Nov
This is another from the previously mentioned Jacksons Five strand of shows from companies who are presenting new work, or who are new to Jackson’s Lane. This one is from an award winning company, Certain Dark Things, who explore the line between genius and insanity through puppetry, theatre and animation. See this page here for info and to book.

A Thread | Southbank Centre | 4 Nov (pictured)
This like an amazing piece from Jean Abreu. Part performance, part installation, it’s a spectacle in which a team of contemporary dancers interact with geometric sculptures by renowned Brazilian sculptor and visual artist Elisa Bracher, The show also features intriguing sounding music from Ukrainian composer Oleg Shpudeiko aka Heinali. See the venue website here for details.

The Revolutions Weekender: A Festival of Peace, Love and Music | V&A | 4-6 Nov
A companion event to their current ‘You Say You Want A Revolution’ exhibition, this is a weekend of shenanigans inspired by the sixties, to include live music, DJs, theatrical performance, special talks, tours, film screenings, a Revolutionary Reading Room and pop up poetry by Synergy Theatre Project. It’s mostly free, see more info and download a programme here.

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