Culture Calendar #11: Picks You Shouldn't Miss
Let The Tung Plan Your Week
w/c 27th March
When: Tuesday 28th
Following the release of his latest album 'Drunk' which we called 'an R&B record for the 21st century', Thundercat is bringing his unique brand of jazz fusion to Embankment this Tuesday. A veteran of Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint, Thundercat's live show promises to vibe-heavy.
Click here to find out more: http://heaven-live.co.uk/event/thundercat/
What: Caryl Churchill’s 'The Skriker'
Where: Styx, Tottenham Hale
When: Wednesday 29th
One of three instalments of Rift's 90s season at Styx (Sarah Kane's 'Blasted' and Anthony Neilson's 'Normal' have both graced the space over the last three weeks), GRUFF theatre brings Caryl Churchill's unsettling magical realism to Tottenham Hale. GRUFF plan to "re-imagine this relevant and grotesque take on human nature and the story of our own existence through their uncompromising and direct style. The company will invite performers into their collaborative ensemble, to take audiences on a journey into a dangerous world of warnings from the up-side-down."
Click here to find out more: http://www.styx.space/tickets/the-skriker-at-styx
What: Secundino Hernández: Paso
Where: Victoria Miro
When: Thursday 30th
Meaning ‘step’, the exhibition title, Paso, refers to a series of movements through abstraction and figuration. At Wharf Road, Hernández will show abstract paintings that continue his investigation into gesture and form while extending the innovative techniques of accumulation and removal for which he has become widely known.
Click here to find out more: https://www.victoria-miro.com/exhibitions/504/
What: Visual Cultures: Decoding The Music Video
When: Thursday 30th
The ICA says: "Skin Deep collaborate with POC. to showcase the work of four filmmakers, screening a series of new music videos which challenge how we define film. This event explores how filmmakers of colour are responding to new technologies, creating fresh work that is opening up new spaces for conversation around the exclusivity of filmmaking. Showcasing work by Raine Allen Miller, Bafic, Akinola Davies Jnr and Stephen Isaac Wilson, the screenings will be followed by a panel discussion with the filmmakers, alongside Nadira Amrani from POC. and Jessica Straker from Juice VCR."
Click here to find out more: https://www.ica.art/whats-on/visual-cultures-decoding-music-video
What: Helena Hauff
Where: Oval Space
When: Friday 31st March
Fresh from the success of her recent Essential Mix, Helena Hauff is bringing industrial electro and jagged techno to Oval Space. Having honed her skills over a long-term residency at Hamburg's Golden Pudel, Hauff has risen to star status on the DJ circuit through expert selections and vinyl-only sets, with Ben UFO dubbing her 'literally [his] favourite DJ at the moment'. This is a must-see.
Click here to find out more: https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?919639
What: Peter McDonald in conversation with writer Agnieszka Gratza
Where: Kate MacGarry
When: Saturday 1st
In tandem with their newest exhibition, artist Peter McDonald (born in Tokyo 1973) sits with writer Agneiszka Gratza to discuss his artistic practices and latest body of work. The exhibition: Mushrooms of Language, is McDonald's fifth solo exhibition at Kate MacGarry, consists of multiple works on paper and large works on canvas as he continues his exploration of the everyday, drawing on his real life experiences.
Click here to find out more: http://www.katemacgarry.com/exhibitions/pter-mcdonald/