Culture Calendar w/c 2nd April
What: Devil With The Blue Dress
Where: Bunker Theatre
When: 29th March - 28th April
A deconstruction of the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Devil With The Blue Dress is the first American play to be staged at Bunker Theatre. Looking to exploring how we respond to women seeking power, and the men who misuse it, this new play is produced by The Bunker Theatre, Seaview Productions, and Desara Bosnja. This exciting production also marks the fist collaboration between American playwright Kevin Armento and Bunker's own Joshua McTaggart.
What: Paulo Bruscky - The Gallery Will Be Fumigated Of Art
Where: Richard Saltoun
When: Thursday 5th (Private View)
This week Richard Saltoun Gallery is showcasing the first solo exhibition in London of renowned Brazilian contemporary artist Paulo Bruscky. Born in 1949, Brusky has been heavily influenced by the work of Marcel Duchamp and John Cage. His experimental approach to performance, sculpture, visual music and poetry, has received critical acclaim and earned an inclusion in Viva Arte Viva at the 2017 Venice Biennale. The exhibition continues until 26 May.
What: Friday Tonic: Camilla George Quartet
Where: Royal Festival Hall
When: Friday 6th April
MOBO-nominated saxophonist and star of the wonderful group Jazz Jamaica, Camilla George is taking to the Southbank Centre for an intimate performance this Friday. The quartet will be performing tracks from her critically acclaimed debut album Isang as well as a sneak peek into her upcoming album, The People could Fly, which is scheduled for release later this year. This one is not just for the jazz-heads among you but a chance to see a rising star in the contemporary music scene.
What: 5 Years of Warm Up (Part 1)
Where: The Steelyard
When: Saturday 7th
Techno and electronica pioneers Warm Up are celebrating 5 years of throwing exceptional parties --parties that you go to safe in the knowledge that whoever is on the bill you'll be in very safe hands. We had to pick their upcoming event at The Steelyard because of headliner Dominik Eulberg. Performing a very sought after live set, Eulberg represents everything Warm Up is about; he's an artist who creates a musical experience, with heavy focus on melody and the ability to touch people on a higher level.