We hope you enjoyed the
Inside Out Festival 2013

In association with Times Higher Education. 

The Inside Out Festival 2013, which took place at venues across London from Monday 21st October – Sunday 27 October, highlighted the massive contribution that TCCE members make to London’s cultural and creative life. 

TCCE would like to thank to all who attended and contributed.

Inside Out Festival 2014 will take place 20th – 26th October 2014.

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A Performance of Failure

Fri 18 October 2013, 1pm and 1.30pm

To herald the opening of 2013 Inside Out Festival,  Royal Central School of Speech and Drama celebrates the perhaps lost art of choral speaking. 

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TCCE’s Inside Out Festival Opening Debate: Failure – What’s it good for? Chaired by Helen Lederer

Mon 21 October 2013, 6.30pm - 7.45pm. (Doors open from 6pm).

A number of brave panellists offer their views on Failure.

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Shifting Focus: Digital Possibilities for Indigenous Arts

Mon 21 October 2013, 6.30–8pm (Doors open at 6pm)

Panel of international theatre makers, photographers and experimental designers introduce new ways of ‘seeing’ indigenous cultures. 

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Emanuel Krasovsky Piano Masterclasses

Mon 21 October 2013, 10am and 2pm

Lithuanian pianist Emanuel Krasovsky leads a series of masterclasses with senior Guildhall musicians, all open to a public audience.

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The Seagull

Mon 21 October 2013

By Anton Chekhov in a version by Peter Gill

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Bending Light

Mon 21 October 2013, (7pm and 8pm - each show lasting 10 minutes)

Digital animation will illuminate the facade of the King’s Building on the Strand Campus Quad on evenings throughout the festival.

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In form express & admirable (in a sense lying, in a sense not)

Mon 21 October 2013, (Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm)

The exhibition explores materiality, generative processes, modes of encounter and narrative.

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Self Made Worlds

Mon 21 October 2013, Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Self Made Worlds explores the intimate connections between states of mind and human-scale places.

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Coco Chanel: A New Portrait by Marion Pike, Paris 1967-71

Mon 21 October 2013, Monday–Friday: 10am–6pm, Saturday: 10am–4pm (Sunday & Public Holidays: Closed)

A new exhibition that explores the entwined creativity of two, extraordinarily talented women.

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Phonokinetoscope by Rodney Graham

Mon 21 October 2013, 12-6pm Tuesday – Friday; Saturday 12-5pm

A 16mm film installation by Rodney Graham.

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The Three Sisters

Mon 21 October 2013

By Anton Chekhov adapted by David Mamet

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Prokofiev Festival

Mon 21 October 2013

This festival features an exhibition of Oleg’s paintings and sculpture and Sergei’s grandson, Gabriel, hosts a special club night.

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Calypso by Barbara Norden: Performed Reading

Tue 22 October 2013, 6.30pm to 7.30pm, followed by Q&A session.

This play is a contemporary re-imagining of a section of Homer’s Odyssey.

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Philosophers on Failure: Is that funny? Thinking about jokes and paradox

Tue 22 October 2013, 6.30pm for a 7pm start

Some jokes have a peculiarly philosophical character; they work like paradoxes.  But how? 

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Beats In The Bar

Tue 22 October 2013, 19.30pm

Trinity Laban BMus students perform in this regular series of jazz gigs. 

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Victorian Shoreditch: In Search of Arthur Morrison’s ‘Jago’

Tue 22 October 2013, 6pm - 7.15pm

Marking the 150th birthday of celebrated East End writer Arthur Morrison, this walking tour explores the former Old Nichol slum.

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Inaugural Lecture: Conflict and Coexistence in Deeply Divided Societies

Tue 22 October 2013, 6pm - 7.30pm

Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival 2013: Being | Human

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Psychedelic Cumbia: From the Amazon to the World

Tue 22 October 2013, 5-6pm

A talk and a live performance of Amazonian and other types of cumbia by Juan Carlos Arenas’ band, Los Musicos.

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The Decline of the Theatre Director?

Tue 22 October 2013, 6pm - 7.30pm. Please arrive promptly for a 6pm start.

Directors and designers will debate whether changes in the art form have made the traditional role of the theatre director redundant. 

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Kalia: Music of the Eastern Mediterranean & Middle East

Tue 22 October 2013, 7pm - 8.30pm

Featured on BBC Radio 3′s World Routes and Late Junction earlier this year, Kalia has been described as ‘one of the UK’s leading world music singers’.

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Richard Wilson – No Formulas

Tue 22 October 2013

CHELSEA space presents No Formulas, an exhibition by the internationally renowned artist, Richard Wilson.

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Sound Matters: Exploring Sound Through Forms

Tue 22 October 2013, Tue-Sat: 11am-5pm Wed: Late until 7pm.

Sound Matters considers the connections between craft practice and sound art.

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Passengerfilms presents BLACKFISH: film and the animal spectacle

Wed 23 October 2013, 6.30pm for a 7pm start

Film and discussion exploring human/non-human interactions, the intersection of nature and culture, and the captive animal as spectacle.

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TCCE in Partnership with the British Academy Presents ‘The Changing Face of Value’

Wed 23 October 2013, 6pm-7.30pm followed by a reception

‘The Changing Face of Value’ explores how our sense of value and values may be shifting…

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‘Good For You?’ Branding Guinness

Wed 23 October 2013, 6-6.30pm drinks reception and chance to look around the Museum; 6.30-7.30pm talk

Dr Stella Moss takes a fresh look at the history of this iconic brand.

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Off the Beaten Taqsim: Middle Eastern Musical Encounters in the Urban UK

Wed 23 October 2013, 13:30 to 17:30

A half day conference focusing on the Middle Eastern music scene in the urban UK. 

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Philosophers on Failure: Failure In Art

Wed 23 October 2013, 6.30pm for a 7pm start

What kinds of failure can there be in art? Dr Sacha Golob will discuss these and other questions from a philosophical perspective.

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Fragile Humanity: Syrian Refugees in the Middle East

Wed 23 October 2013, 6:30pm - 8:20pm

Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival 2013: Being | Human

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Inventing The Modern

Wed 23 October 2013, 6:30pm -8:00pm

Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival 2013: Being | Human

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Tea Dances

Wed 23 October 2013, 2pm-4.30pm

Come and spend a magical afternoon in the friendly atmosphere of a Blackheath Halls tea dance.

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Where Have All the Bootboys Gone? Skinhead Style and Graphic Subcultures

Wed 23 October 2013, Open 10am – 5pm (closed Sundays)

This new exhibition places a specific focus on the visual manifestations of skinhead style.

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Cally Calls: A Walking Tour

Thu 24 October 2013, walk begins at 4.30pm. (duration: 1 hour).

A guided walk of Cally, discovering local knowledge and creative collaboration of the area.

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Does the British Establishment still exist?

Thu 24 October 2013, 1-2pm

Lord Peter Hennessy discusses ‘The British Establishment’.

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The Story Collider

Thu 24 October 2013, Doors at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Ends 8.45pm.

Hear six true, personal science stories from scientists and non-scientists alike, and see just how interesting science can be.

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Philosophy Salon: Elizabeth I

Thu 24 October 2013, 7pm - 8pm

Join Professor Miri Rubin to discuss representations of women and power. 

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A Crime in the Neighbourhood

Thu 24 October 2013, 18:30-19:30 (Please arrive 5 minutes early to allow prompt start)

Crime writing workshop aimed at anyone wanting to write, or already engaged in writing, a crime novel.

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The Maths and Computing Magic Show

Thu 24 October 2013, Doors open at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. Ends 7.45pm.

See some amazing magic tricks and sneak behind the scenes to explore the maths and computing behind them.

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Philosophers on Failure: Perceptual Success and Failure

Thu 24 October 2013, 6.30pm for a 7pm start

Bill Brewer looks at cases of failure throughout the history of philosophical theorizing. 

 

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Adam Hills: Happyism

Thu 24 October 2013, 8pm

Adam Hills takes to the stage for a first-class evening of comedy with the usual anecdotes and audience participation all delivered in his refreshingly unique, laid-back style.

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Dorich House Museum Evening Tour

Thu 24 October 2013, 7pm for 7.30pm

Modernist 1936 artist studio home shows the major collection of Dora Gordine’s sculpture and Russian art from the 19th century

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The Middle East: News and Narratives – City University’s Olive Tree Forum at the Inside Out Festival

Thu 24 October 2013, 7pm to 8.30pm. Doors open 6.30pm.

Discussion on what’s at stake in understanding the contemporary Middle East.

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Christopher Hampton’s Film of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent: Screening and Panel Discussion with the Writer-Director

Fri 25 October 2013, 6.30pm - 9pm (Doors open at 6pm)

An adaptation of Conrad’s The Secret Agent by Academy award-winning Christopher Hampton.

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’Til the Black Lady Sings: Indigenous Voices for Twenty-First Century Opera

Fri 25 October 2013, 7.30–8.30pm

Join us for a discussion and performance of excerpts from Australia’s first Indigenous opera, Pecan Summer.

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Limehouse Cut Floating Workshop

Fri 25 October 2013, Trips leave at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm and each lasts for 50 minutes.

 Share your stories and experiences of The Cut with Kingston University’s Landscape Interface Studio and Shared Assets.

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The Limits of the Human: Vampires, Zombies, Serial killers and the Cabinet of Dr Caligari

Fri 25 October 2013, 6:30pm -9:00pm

Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival 2013: Being | Human

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Trinity Laban at The Rest Is Noise Festival

Fri 25 October 2013

This season Trinity Laban musicians have been invited to perform at Southbank Centre as part of their year-long festival The Rest Is Noise.

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Iran: An Overview of Classical and Popular Musical Developments

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

A panel of specialists will discuss various elements of musical development in Iran over the past century.

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Photo credit: Deborah Cheetham by Jorge de Araujo

COMPETITION: Win Pairs of Tickets for ‘Til the Black Lady Sings: Indigenous Voices for Twenty-First Century Opera!

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

Three pairs of tickets to win for ‘Til the Black Lady Sings: Indigenous Voices for Twenty-First Century Opera on Friday 25 October.

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Main image: Joseph Conrad by George Charles Beresford, 1938

COMPETITION: Two screenplays of Christopher Hampton’s adaptation of The Secret Agent up for grabs

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

Two screenplays of Academy award-winning screenwriter Christopher Hampton’s adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent to be given away.

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Main image credit: Charles Booth, 'Descriptive Map of East End Poverty' in Life and Labour of the People in London. Volume 1: East London (London: Macmillan, 1889)

COMPETITION: Free Copies of Arthur Morrison’s A Child of the Jago for five lucky winners!

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

Five copies of A Child of the Jago to give away as part of the Victorian Shoreditch walking tour.

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Main image credit: Courtesy of the Museum of Brands

COMPETITION: Win two free tickets to ‘Good For You?’ Branding Guinness!

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

The deadline for this competition has now passed. Congratulations to our winner!

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The Story Collider

COMPETITION: Hear your science story read out at The Story Collider!

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

We’re interested in your true stories about science!

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A Crime in the Neighbourhood

COMPETITION: Love crime fiction? Two sets of thrilling crime novels to giveaway

Sat 26 October 2013, 11am - 1pm

Win a copy of The Hollow Man by Oliver Harris and City of Blood by MD Villiers!

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