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Lambeth Primary School Offer 2015/2016
Lambeth Primary Schools are invited to book free gamelan and poetry workshop sessions.
Gamelan for 3-5 year olds
Bring your little ones to shake, rattle and gong!
What rhymes with rug?
What rhymes with rug?
Roald Dahl Experience
Did you know that Roald Dahl used to be a spy? And also a fighter pilot, inventor and historian of chocolate?
A tour of Southbank Centre with a focus on 20th-century architecture.
Experience life backstage at Royal Festival Hall, with access to restricted areas of this historic building
Get up close and personal with four incredible circus performers
Comedy in the Dark is the most fun you can have with the lights off
It's Friday, it's late, it's time to… get freaky?!Join this late-night feast not for the faint of heart, as the nation's naughtiest comics and bur ...
The Comedy Store returns to Udderbelly at Southbank Centre with the brightest stand-up talent
Time Out calls Political Animal the 'best political comedy gig out there'
Just for Graphs 2
The Nerds' new version of 'Just For Graphs' is stacked full of fresh, XY-rated material.
Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho makes her debut at Southbank Centre in a drag comedy musical extravaganza.
Irish comedy: potato, potato, potato, you racist.
Play along with this live comedy game show.
Do you want the chance to wear the iconic helmet of justice and play the dungeon? Knightmare Live is back with a brand new concept.
The Hayward Gallery launches the Waterloo Billboard Commissions with a new artwork by Yoshitomo Nara.
Reporting on Meltdown
Young writers are invited to learn how to write about music and try out their skills at Meltdown.
The London Wonderground
Welcome to the world premiere of The Raunch, a whip-cracking, high-flying, all-twerking, rodeo-rocking night out.
Straight Up…The Next Round
What's your poison? Tempest Rose and ladies from House of Burlesque are ready to mix up the next helping of delicious delights in the return of th ...
You Love It!
Spank! returns to Udderbelly fresh from sell-out, packed-to-the-rafters shows in London and Edinburgh.
The Improvised Musical For Kids
See your ideas turned into marvellous, musical adventures on the spot, right in front of your very nose.
A retro-fabulous vintage disco for the under 5’s
Why toddle when you can dance, dance, dance? Join Monski Mouse and her dancers in this early-childhood event that's become an international hit.
For Revolting Children (and other Funny Stories)
Jay Foreman's Disgusting Songs for Revolting Children (and Other Funny Stories)These charmingly sickable songs were a sell-out attraction at the E ...
A journey back to the heyday of the 1940s
This interactive 1940s dance experience features live swing music to keep you stompin', jumpin' and jivin'.
Join the world-famous US country music singer Tina C for the launch of her Southern Cookbook.
An Intimate Burlesque Cabaret
Miss Polly Rae ('Best Burlesque' London Cabaret Awards 2015) presents a contemporary burlesque cabaret.
Oh pants! It's laundry day! But Bec has other ideas*.
The Really Really Good Afternoon Show
The Noise Next Door An anarchic afternoon show for just about everyone, from a sell-out improv comedy sensation.
Music Hall singer turned purveyor of artificial hip-hop, Ida hosts the best game of Bingo ever! Thrill as your dabbers tremble when you compete to ...
Where life drawing meets cabaret
Grab your sketch book and come to Dr
Street food pioneers KERB return to Alchemy after a triumphant debut in 2015.
presented by Salt Arts
RPM is an exploration of Karachi and its charged urban landscape.
This performance-installation celebrates the wisdom of the ageing body.
A UK-Bangladesh Film Collaboration
See an award-winning animated television series from Pakistan.
Visit this intriguing installation revealing one of the UK’s best kept secrets – Desi pubs.
Come along to an exhibition and a series of pop-up art installations by Geetika Alok.
Animated Film Shorts
Watch a pair of short animated films about same-sex love in contemporary British South Asian communities.
by Niranjan Kamatkar
See an exhibition exploring South Asian LGBT identities in the UK’s political and cultural scenes.
A screening of a documentary about a memoir project for Afghani women.
Presented by BBC Asian Network and Southbank Centre Archive
Explore an archive of recorded performances by some of South Asia’s greatest musicians.
Try your luck at guessing the next move of Jeppe Hein’s fickle fountain.
With Geetika Alok
Come to a workshop based on the series of pop-up art installations by Geetika Alok.
Kids, bring your folks to see the international circuit's best comedians, sketch acts and cabaret stars.
Explore a poetic form inspired by Marcel Duchamp's approach to visual art at this exhibition.
Experience subtle unfurlings and strange depths in a performance by Nikhil Chopra.
Performed by Vikram Iyengar
See kathak dance deconstructed in a new solo dance performance
Blue Room, Spirit Level
Shakespeare's great tragedy is performed in Nepali, in this collaboration with Kathmandu's Theatre Village
Alchemy becomes a platform to showcase cutting-edge design from the international world.
Level 3 Function Room
Explore the many ways to style a hijab.
Discover the history of the sari in this lecture demonstration by Rani Moorthy, Artistic Director of theatre company Rasa Productions.
Take a whistlestop tour of South Asian embroidery methods with an expert embroider.
Join a drop-in workshop and go through the basics of styling and wearing a sari.
A Voicelab singing workshop
Blue Bar, Level 4
Explore your voice in a workshop with singer and composer, Ranjana Ghatak.
Join a hands-on workshop in the art of block printing. Materials are provided.
Level 5 Function Room
Take your first steps to becoming a storyteller.
Hear two extraordinary young people discuss their journeys so far.
Green Bar, Level 4
Why don’t we see more Muslim women in fashion campaigns?
Strap on your safety goggles, boys and girls.
Weddings are big business – particularly Asian weddings.
Think about how to dress stylishly yet traditionally.
Meet Hussain Manawer.
Celebrate the beauty of the turban.
Hosted by Mariam Khan
Malala Yousafzai's memoir was written with journalist Christina Lamb when she was 15 years old
Sampad Arts presents
Sampad Arts celebrates the rich Midlands arts scene in an afternoon of uplifting music, dance and spoken word.
Do you know where that £5
Tongue Tied & Twisted blasts Indian storytelling into the 21st century combining the talents of PKCtheFirst and Peter Chand.
Explore our fascination with Shakespeare in translation – in terms of both language and cultural context.
Championing 20 Years of the best of British-Asian club culture
Get on down to 90s ragga, hip-hop, rare groove, R&B, drum and bass and Eastern breaks.
Royal Festival Hall
Rock on Music are proud to present India’s multi-talented musical trio, Shankar - Ehsaan - Loy
The Dark Room You awaken to find yourself in a dark room!
#mbgs The Social Experiment
'Satirically subversive fun and games.
Make up marvellous things, tell fabulous lies and use your amazing imagination
NAPA Repertory Theatre
The Clore Ballroom
Shakespeare's joyous The Winter's Tale is performed in Urdu by Karachi's famous NAPA Repertory Theatre.
Folktale Workshop for Children
Discover some of South Asia's best folktales and their magnificent cast of animals
Afternoon Tea in the Members Area
Members' Bar - level 6
Enjoy the most British of treats in the Members Area.
Svetlana Alexievich in Conversation
Explore the human stories behind the defining conflicts of our times with a new Nobel Prize for Literature winner.
With Inderjit Puaar
Hop on board for an illustration workshop with Bradley the bus.
Witness a true story and a letter to those in power
A Little Literary Adventure for Children
Hear from three writers who tell stories for children.
Presented by The British Council
Poets from India and the UK reinterpret some of the Bard's classic works in this entertaining international 'Sonnet Exchange'.
In Partnership with BBC Asian Network
So you've decided you want a career in media, music or the entertainment industries
Playing with Fire
Aurora Orchestra returns to explore the pursuit of power.
Join us in the Alchemy Music Cafe for the second part of our evening of free music.
St. Paul’s Pavilion
Join Margo Jefferson for a discussion of race and power in the light of the present political moment.
Discover sounds straight from the heart of the alternative music scene in India
Southbank Centre’s YUVA returns to Alchemy for the fifth year in a vibrant showcase of South Asian youth dance.
A double bill from Sanjuka Sinha and Sanjukta Wagh
See two leading kathak dancers perform a double bill of new work
Time-travelling Victorian magic duo Morgan & West unload another boxful of bafflement and impossibility.
with Greg Mosse
How are you telling your story? Is there a narrator? Is it in the first or the third person? In the fifth of 12 monthly workshops, creative writin ...
In a programme featuring Carmina Burana
Principal Conductor Charles Dutoit directs the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a selection of music to thrill
It’s on the tip of your tongue
with Josie Long, Kevin Eldon and Simon Munnery
Meet three of the most established, exciting, leftfield comedians in the country.
The Pirates of Penzance
Enjoy an entirely serious adaptation of The Pirates of Penzance with a single shit-faced cast member.
Southbank Centre Gamelan
Bring your family to have a go at playing our Javanese gamelan.
Creating partnerships old and new
St John's Smith Square
The London Sinfonietta has been in an extended duet with Sir Harrison Birtwistle for over 45 years
Live in Concert
Witness the Royal Festival Hall debut of multiple Grammy Award winner Lila Downs
Join LGBT literary salon Polari as it launches into Festival of Love with amorous intent