Past Events

  • Refugee Readings at Doughty Street Chambers
    Literature, Talk, Visual Arts

    Wednesday 20th June 2018 18:30 - 19:45 at Doughty Street Chambers

    Exclusive readings in an intimate setting at Doughty Street Chambers.

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  • Who Are We?
    Design, Film, Learning, Literature, Live Art, Multi Art-form, Poetry & Spoken Word, Visual Arts

    Tuesday 22nd May 2018 18:30 - 19:45 at Tate Exchange, Blavatnik Building, Level 5 , Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

    Who Are We? Art, migration and the production of democracy with Counterpoints Arts, Loughborough University, the Open University and Stance Podcast

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  • Sampling as a Kind of Writing – An Interactive Lab with Kayo Chingonyi
    Learning, Literature, Live Art, Poetry & Spoken Word

    Tuesday 26th April 2016 18:30 - 19:45 at Richmix

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  • Bards Without Borders: Shakespeare 400
    Literature, Theatre

    Saturday 23rd April 2016 18:30 - 19:45

    Shakespeare has been dead for a while, and on the anniversary of his death Bards Without Borders (BWB) are holding an international wake, all be it 400 years late! Imagine a multilingual carnivalesque funeral which blends the traditions of ten different countries and involves a few of the Bard's major and minor characters.

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  • Literature and Activism – bringing refugee experiences ‘home’

    Tuesday 26th April 2016 18:30 - 19:45

    The refugee 'crisis' has dominated the media in recent months and public engagement with the issue has never been higher. Across TV, radio, newspapers and social media, all aspects of the crisis are exhaustively discussed. So what role if any does literature play in helping to deepen our understanding?

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  • Whose Story Is It Anyway?

    Tuesday 21st April 2015 18:30 - 19:45

    Counterpoints and Index on Censorship present Whose Story Is It Anyway?, a night of writers, discussion and refugee representations. Join us at Richmix to hear about the representation of refugees in novels and plays.

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