An extended two-week programme brings together leading artists from across the world.
This community theatre company makes work with and about young people.
The letters will be presented as part of a ‘day of joint action’ on Friday 12 April across arts venues nationwide.
Led by Edward Burtynsky, the project documents the effects that mankind has had on the planet.
By telling real stories of the men, women and children behind the headlines, Verse Stories brings the news to life.
The V&A’s seminal new exhibition traces the complex relationship between fashion and the natural world.
Fifty children’s authors, including Michael Morpurgo, Quentin Blake and Jacqueline Wilson, are calling on the book trade to ditch plastic.
A short film by brilliant young director MJ Delaney says it all and more.
The With Love Project celebrates makers who produce with passion and purpose.
And by babes, we mean committed, passionate naturalists under 30. Meet New Nature.
Make beautiful things and don’t be cross. Sarah Corbett’s movement gains traction.
Good Chance Theatre brings the infamous Calais refugee camp to London’s theatre scene.
HSCB (Hoe Street Central Bank) is part of Bank Job, a project and documentary film asking timely questions about our broken economic system.
Anarchic, exuberant – and thrifty. The fifth Festival of Thrift is coming up.
Includes garden gnomes and thermos flasks.
A moving, sometimes tragic, reflection of how humans treat other species.
“The world is asking us to behave differently and to evolve different aptitudes for living.”