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Get your culture fix. Go deeper into the arts and get to know the artists and thinkers that make up our distinctive programme.

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In 2008 Massive Attack became the first band to curate the iconic festival
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Listen to two Booker Prize-winning writers discuss how historical fiction can shed light on our present
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Tan of Pad + Sen tells us how to make the classic pad thai from her childhood in Bangkok

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True tree tales, poetic insight and a ponderous podcast; creative arts highlights chosen by our experts
Get your laughing gear round this lot from our Comedy Programmer, Pax Lowey
Hayward Gallery is reopening! Find out more about our exhibition celebrating trees and forests
Our Resident and Associate Orchestras share the best of their recent music-making
Our exhibition reimagining how we think about trees and forests returns on 1 August
Keep the little ones entertained with these family music activities
Colourful activities for you and your children to enjoy at home
She's been called a pianist of 'amazing power and panache'; find out more in our interview
Top tips from Jasmine Dellimore and Meera Ghanshamdas of Moon Lane Books
The designer discusses childhood inspirations, and his vision for the future of fashion in this podcast
A selection of some of the best online LGBTQI+ culture you can engage with at home. 
In 2008 Massive Attack became the first band to curate the iconic festival
Join us in honouring the Windrush generation, 72 years since the first arrivals docked in London
Relive Patti Smith’s 2005 Meltdown with tracks from the festival’s acts
Daniel Wallis shares online arts activities to help you find inspiration
Join the festival celebrating the contribution of refugees, through live comedy and music performances
Come with us back to the summer of 2002
Get involved in the first ever virtual Refugee Week with these activities from Counterpoints Arts
Get a look behind the scenes with rare footage from past Meltdown festivals
Enjoy tracks from Meltdown festival’s past curators

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