Culture Calendar #39: Picks For The Week

The Tung Magazine Art Music Theatre Review Interview Roundup In Event of Moone Landing Theatre 503

WHAT: In Event Of Moone Disaster

WHERE: Theatre 503

WHEN: Tuesday 10th - 28th

Theatre 503 showcases the winner of their Playwriting Award 2016, chosen from over 1500 scripts from 52 countries, by a panel comprising Mark Lawson (Chair), Timberlake Wertenbaker, Roy Williams, Charlotte Keatley, Mel Kenyon, David Greig, Henry Hitchings and Lily Williams. Andrew Thompson’s debut explores our desire to explore, following the journeys of three women across an 80 year period. 

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The Tung Magazine Art Music Theatre Review Interview Roundup 31 Hours Bunker Theatre

WHAT: 31 Hours

WHERE: Bunker Theatre

WHEN: Tuesday 10th - 28th

You might not imagine that the story of four men who clean the railways after suicides has many laughs. Although it’s not exactly a lol a minute, humour makes its way through the darkness in Kieran Knowles’ intense and powerful new play. 31 Hours interweaves the story of our four protagonists with those of the people who are driven to take such desperate measures. It explores the four men’s inability to talk about their emotions, and the consequence of their silence. 

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The Tung Magazine Art Music Theatre Review Interview Roundup Kurupt FM Roundhouse

WHAT: Kurupt FM

WHERE: Roundhouse

WHEN: Tuesday 10th - Wednesday 11th

Grindah, Beats, Steves and the rest of the Kurupt FM gang take to the Roundhouse main stage as part of The Lost Tape Tour. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, following appearances in North America, hugely popular sets at UK festivals and signing a record deal with XL Recordings! Oh, and Mike Skinner and P Money are there in support. 

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The Tung Magazine Art Music Theatre Review Interview Roundup Gengahr The Omeara

WHAT: Gengahr

WHERE: Omeara

WHEN: Friday 13th

Tung friends Gengahr take their unique take on indie rock to London this Friday, promoting new single ‘Carrion’. Following the critical success of their debut album A Dream Outside released in 2015, they’ve spent the last year in the studio working on something new. We know an album is coming, we just aren’t sure when. So, in the meantime catch them at Omeara. 

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The Tung Magazine Art Music Theatre Review Interview Roundup Hessle Audio Bussey Building

WHAT: The Hydra presents Hessle Audio

WHERE: Bussey Building

WHEN: Friday 13th

It’s been 10 years since Hessle Audio released TRG’s ‘Put You Down’ and cemented their status as a force to be reckoned with in the world of electronic music. Originally set-up as a dubstep label, Hessle Audio is now synonymous with cutting edge UK bass music, showcasing an eclectic roster working pretty exclusively around the 140 bpm mark. They celebrate this milestone at the Bussey Building with sets from Pangea, Ben UFO, Objekt, Pearson Sound and more. 

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The Tung Magazine Art Music Theatre Review Interview Roundup Lucrecia Martel

WHAT: BFI LFF Screen Talk with Lucrecia Martel

WHERE: BFI Southbank

WHEN: Saturday 15th

Lucrecia Martel, a founding member of the New Argentine Cinema movement and one of the most critically acclaimed directors of contemporary cinema, will be at the BFI this Sunday to talk her creative approach to narrative filmmaking. She’s known for her hugely successful Salta triology, The Swap, The Holy Child, and The Headless Woman, and now Martel returns with her bold fourth feature Zama, an inclusive and visually arresting examination of the abuses of colonialism. 

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Review: 31 Hours at Bunker Theatre

Review: 31 Hours at Bunker Theatre

The Roundup 08.10.17