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Inside Out Festival 2014
(20th – 26th October 2014)
The Inside Out Festival 2014, in association with Times Higher Education, will take place at venues across London from Monday 20 October – Sunday 26 October, highlighting the massive contribution that TCCE members make to London’s cultural and creative life.
We anticipate in the region of 50 events, details of which will be updated on this website throughout September, so please do check back for updates.
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Mon 20 October 2014, 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Tue 21 October 2014
Exhibition showcasing interdisciplinary design research into multi-sensory stimulation, activity and environment for people living with dementia.Read More / Book »
Tue 21 October 2014, 8.15am for a 8.30am start. Finishes: 9.45am
An intimate gathering of individuals looking for stimulating content, conversation and connections.Read More / Book »
Tue 21 October 2014, (Doors: 6.30pm) 7pm - 8pm
Tue 21 October 2014, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Using text projections against twilit streets and walls, the walk will conjure the myriad meanings of the London night for Victorian writers.Read More / Book »
Tue 21 October 2014, 6pm – 9pm
Panel debate with leading experts discussing research from London College of Communication exploring how Silver Surfing can cure social isolation.Read More / Book »
Wed 22 October 2014, (Doors: 6.30pm) 7pm - 8pm
Wed 22 October 2014, Doors: 7pm. Event 7.30pm - 9.30pm.
Katsha’nes breathes irresistible life into the golden age of the London Yiddish Music Hall.Read More / Book »
Thu 23 October 2014, 6pm
72-82 charts the pioneering work that took place at Acme Studios in its formative years with discussion from Richard WilsonRead More / Book »
Thu 23 October 2014, 7pm - 9pm
Poetry reading followed by informal Q&ARead More / Book »
Fri 24 October 2014, 2pm - 4pm
Discussing the role of design regarding multi-sensory stimulation, activity and environment for people living with dementiaRead More / Book »