Diaries at the ready: in our brand new digital season, Inside Out, we’re bringing live music, comedy and literature events direct to you from our venues and beyond.
Don’t worry, we’re not going to wedge a 7,866-pipe organ through your letterbox or turn your hallway into a green room (though that would be pretty cool, wouldn’t it?), but we are giving you the best seat in the house – and you can even wear your pyjamas.
Lay out the red carpet and prepare the interval ice cream for Inside Out, our new series of streamed events, which brings the likes of Angela Davis, Dawn French and the London Philharmonic Orchestra into your home.
How do you install artworks (some of which are over six metres tall!) onto a Grade I-listed building? Hayward Gallery Director Ralph Rugoff and Curator: Site Design Cedar Lewisohn introduce our open-air exhibition in this video.
Installation view of Caroline Walker, Elaine, 2020 at Southbank Centre’s Everyday Heroes, on until 7 November 2020. Copyright the artist. Photo credit: Linda Nylind.
The Mirror and the Light is shortlisted for this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction, making it Hilary Mantel’s fourth nomination. Ahead of the winner being announced this Wednesday, learn more about the highly acclaimed writer in our interview.
What does a modern masterpiece sound like and how do we define new ‘classical’ music? Inspired by SoundState, our festival for cutting-edge music, this podcast explores the art of making and presenting contemporary compositions.
Here’s something to make a sensational song and dance sequence about: journalist Rahul Verma has given us a list of the top ten Bollywood films everyone needs to see – there’s captivating romance, tear-jerking melodrama and pitch-perfect soundtracks aplenty.
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Missing the sweet sound of your colleagues’ voices? Try one of our playlists to fill the silence or to accompany your lunchtime dance around the room. We’ve got mixtapes hand-picked by Joan As Police Woman, Marius Neset and Susheela Raman, to name a few.
Our podcast series features conversations with great writers, comedians, thinkers and musicians. Consider women on the page with Roxane Gay, spend an evening with Roger Daltrey or mull mental health and creativity with Matt Haig and Jordan Stephens.
Nearest tube – Elephant & Castle underground station (Northern and Bakerloo lines).
Nearest Railway Station – Elephant & Castle
Buses from Elephant and Castle – ask bus driver for Burgess Park. Bus numbers: 12, 171, 148, 176, 68, 484, 42, 40, 45