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October 2023


October 5-11:00 am - October 14-6:30 pm

Michelangelo Galliani – Underground Fever 4 – 14 October 2023 Vernissage: Wednesday 4th October 6.30 – 9.30 PM Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 11.00 AM – 6.30 PM Saturday: 12.30 PM – 6.30 PM; Sunday: Closed In the evocative setting of the Crypt Gallery beneath St. Pancras church in London, Cris Contini Contemporary presents ‘Underground Fever’, the latest exhibition by the Italian sculptor Michelangelo Galliani. Michelangelo Galliani condenses a series of works created in recent years and some unpublished ones with…

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October 14-11:00 am - October 22-2:00 pm

October 14 – 22 Times: 11am – 2pm daily In the main body of St Pancras Church above the Crypt Gallery  FREE – Just turn up   An intimate video installation by local artist Giuseppe Mario Urso. The work intertwines space and emotion to create a private place where you can observe St Pancras Church and its surroundings from a different point of view. An immersive video experience that turns an enclosed space into a ‘bird hide’ which then reveals…

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October 16-6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

SissyFoot Monday 16 October 6-9pm I’m walking down the same streets. They don’t change. I’m just following the same directions, the same turns. Headless.  I don’t buy it without a landmark. Because I go insane with no rite of passage to signpost that I’ve made up my mind.  Sissy foot is an experimental performance by artists Mab George Sanders, Rob Hesp and Samuel D. Loveless, taking place at the Crypt Gallery, Euston, Monday 16th October 6-9pm. Using the chambers of the…

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Phoenix: Spoken Word Performance as part of the Bloomsbury Festival

October 18-7:00 am - 7:40 pm

Wednesday 18 October, 7pm – 7:40pm A whirlwind of spoken word poetry, movement and music that takes audiences on a journey to explore healing, transformation and connection. At a time when the speed and demands of life are increasing each day, is there a way we can navigate change with more grace and less fear? How can we allow ourselves to let go of who we’ve been so that we might step into who we’re ready to now become? And…

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October 18-9:00 pm - October 20-10:30 pm

THE BLOOMSBURY FESTICAL PRESENTS: 18/ 19 / 20 October 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm  This new play is the dirty, mucky, sweaty second-cousin of Eat, Pray, Love. Forget meditating for ten weeks on a remote mountain; instead, try crying in showers on different continents. Less sun, sea and sex more sweat, dust and lust. At the start of 2018 everyone died. Lucy left a successful career, retrained as an English teacher and moved to Egypt. Everyone thought she’d be home within weeks.…

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The Dreamquest of Unknown Kadath – The Bloomsbury Festival

October 19-6:30 pm - October 20-7:30 pm

Thursday 19, Friday 20 October Performances: 6:30pm – 7:30pm This shadow puppetry performance explores an adventure into perhaps the most peculiar corners of even H P Lovecraft’s imagination, read to the accompaniment of shadow puppetry and a live theremin soundtrack. Watch out for space cats. This event is part of the Bloomsbury Festival Miranda Carter dreams of a glittering city… but to visit it could mean giving up her sanity. Can she find the city of Unknown Kadath? A friendly army…

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DEATHLESS SPELLS – An exhibition of works by Aliki Karveli

October 26-11:00 am - November 1-8:00 pm

Exhibition title : DEATHLESS SPELLS 26 October – 1 November Open daily 11-8pm Private View: 26 October 6-9pm Featuring an interdisciplinary body of work by Aliki Karveli spanning the years 2017-Present. The works will range from large scale mixed media and oil paintings, smaller works on paper, to interactive sculptural installations with mobile and sonic elements, projections and spoken word soundscapes, as well as a cinema room with a looping reel of performance films. Besides the Opening night on the 26th of…

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November 2023


November 3-10:00 am - November 7-1:00 pm

Exhibition Public Opening Hours: 3 – 6 November 10:00 – 17:00 7 November  10:00-13:00 Private View 3 November : 18:00 – 20:30 Partner: https://www.swanfall.art/obscura   “La fantasía, abandonada de la razón, produce monstruos imposibles; unida con ella, es madre de las artes y origen de las maravillas.” (“Fantasy, abandoned by reason, produces impossible monsters; united with it, she is the mother of the arts and the origin of marvels”) – Francisco de Goya It is often said that the most…

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nothing WASTED

November 10-12:00 pm - November 12-6:00 pm

nothing WASTED Works 2020-23 by Stephen Greenberg – Artist Private View  5- 7.30pm  9th November 10-12th November 10.30-6pm Found materials, Found spaces Hilary Mantel writes about ‘what’s left in the sieve when the centuries have run through it – a few stones, scraps of writing, scraps of cloth’. And from these she constructs her narratives and her characters. In our epoch the ‘scraps left in the sieve’ have become islands of plastic the size of France floating across the oceans. These ‘scraps’…

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Engineers Create

November 16-12:00 pm - November 25-6:00 pm

Opening Times 16 – 25 November 2023 12.00 – 18.00 Closed Sunday Private View: 16 November 6-10pm   The Engineering Club: Bringing together examples of ideas and designs to develop and prom ote the culture of engineering. An exhibition of recent projects and research by members of the Engineering Club with models, drawings, sketches, prototypes and samples of the creative things that building engineers (and some architects) do.

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