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India on film

A celebration of the diversity of Indian filmmaking and films about India – from Bollywood to Tollywood (home of Telugu and Bengali cinema).
from BFI on Jul 21, 2017.

Utopia is here

Africa Utopia returns - talks, workshops, music, performances, fashion and food.
from Southbank Centre on Jul 10, 2017.

Treats at the London Feminist Film Festival

The London Feminist Film Festival returns is back - for the fifth time.
from London Feminist Film Festival on Jul 2, 2017.

'Africans don’t go to the pub, they go to the barber'

Set in Lagos, Kampala, Harare, Johannesburg, Accra and London, Inua Ellam’ play opens the doors of the barber shop and shows it’s far more than just a place for a haircut.
from The Stage on Jun 8, 2017.

Setting the stage for a Middle East peace agreement

A new play about the Middle East peace process opens at the National Theatre in September.
from National Theatre on May 23, 2017.

The Taj: beauty has a price

“If we hadn’t done our jobs tonight, we’d be hanging by our necks in the royal courtyard getting our eyes pecked out by the royal crows."
from Bush Theatree on May 8, 2017.

When work has no borders, what’s the cost?

Heard the one about the French quality assurance officer, the Senegalese call centre manager, the Chinese factory worker and the Romanian engineer?
from Arcola on Apr 16, 2017.

Stories from Calais and beyond

The Migration Museum is staging "an adventurous programme of exhibitions, events and education workshops" telling stories of movement to and from Britain.
from Migration Museum on Mar 29, 2017.

People power: fighting for peace

Explore the evolution of anti-war protest from the First World War to the present day.
from Imperial War Museum on Mar 10, 2017.

Weapons system used to make artwork about refugees

An advanced new weapons systems has been used to create an artwork about the refugee crisis unfolding off the coast of Libya, in Syria, the Sahara, the Persian Gulf, and elswhere.
from Barbican Centre on Feb 11, 2017.