Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Goh Keng Swee by Tan Siok Sun

The London School of Economics and Political Science
cordially invites you to the launch of the book:

Goh Keng Swee - A Portrait

Tuesday 16 October 2007, 6.30pm
London School of Economics and Political Science
Room D202
Please RSVP by Friday 5 October
Kirsty Ramage
020 7852 3634

Yellow Earth Theatre presents a double-bill...

Yellow Earth Theatre will spend autumn 2007 touring Typhoon Live, the UK and European premiere of a double-bill of short plays by two of East Asia’s most exciting playwrights. Getting Married and Dogs, two plays about falling in love.

Getting Married by Yi Kang-baek
Directed by Phillippe Cherbonnier

Dogs by Elangovan
Directed by Kwong LokeBoth productions
designed by Yoon Bae

Andy Cheung, Jamie Zubairi, Liz Sutherland

Oval House Theatre, LondonTuesday – Saturday at 7.45pm (Thu mat 1.15pm / Sat mat 3pm)

9th - 13th October 2007

£12, £6 concessions

Box Office 0207 5827680

SPECIAL GALA Performance Tuesday 9th October: admission includes buffet and drinks and after-show reception: meet the Cast and Directors, Embassy officials and the Yellow Earth team. Tickets at £30.

Sponsored by the South Korean Embassy. Wednesday 10th October: post show discussion with the creative team Friday 12th October: Audio subscribed show with Ian Breslin.

For more information, please visit: Yellow Earth Theatre Website

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

TENT @ London Design Festival 2007

Tent London takes place at the Truman Brewery, during London design week. In 2006, London Design Festival reported that 25,000 visitors attended the events at the brewery. Tent London is an affordable new exhibition that builds on the success of 100% East, but is substantially larger, appealing to emerging designers and established manufacturers alike. If your business depends on reaching design-savvy consumers and specialist buyers, then this is the place to exhibit in September.

Matthew Barney @ Serpentine Gallery

Matthew Barney
20 September – 11 November 2007

Barney’s exhibition at the Serpentine presents works from his Drawing Restraint series, which he began in 1987 while still in art school. Inspired by the idea of resistance training, he applied restraints to his body while drawing, exhibiting the resulting drawings, props and video documentation of the performances in the spaces where the actions had taken place. The Drawing Restraint series investigates the relationship between resistance and creativity and artistic and athletic bodies working at the threshold of physical limitations.