Come on a thousand year journey from fact to fiction and back again, in this telling of Shakespeare’s classic tale, this time for children. 8+
Learn the art of listening to our minds with Shinie Antony.
The graphic novel as a satirist.
A straight talk by Piers Bursill-Hall.
Join Ian Jack in this workshop on finding your voice as a columnist.
Why I watch the game.
The rise and fall of the the East India Company.
Swiss poet Jurczok 1001 performs a virtuoso mix of spoken word, vocals and live looping done with soul, quirky humour and infectious charm.
Writing in two languages.
How similar is 2019 to 1975?
This talk presents the journey of women creators and characters in comics around the world along with research from an ongoing project by Arun Prasad and Aarthi Parthasarathy on the history of comics in India. This session would specifically look at the representation of women and gender in sequential art – beginning with the emergence […]
A breathtaking circus show of acrobatic skills that fuses movement and live music to reinterprets Dostoevsky’s Notes On The Underground.
The relationship between math and art.
Is the bard an Indian playwright?
Comedian, author and cultural icon Shappi Khorsandi brings an acclaimed hour of sharp-tongued gags and whatever else is in her easily distracted mind.
Dave McKeans graphic novel about WW1 comes to life in a multimedia musical explosion.
Monica Ali talks about how, what and when to begin a story.
The sense of a place.