This week we have a brand new podcast, an Irish adventure and the beginning of a national tour of David Rosenberg's brand new show - set in complete darkness...
- Looking for something great to fill your Sunday afternoon? Catch Sound&Fury's film adaption of Kursk on BBC's The Space, an online space for great digital art, which is available to watch until the end of October. Click here to watch the film.
- This Friday we're launching a brand spanking new Body Pods podcast, this month it's composer Richard Thomas bringing us a podcast about that hardworking organ The Liver. He's worked in collaboration with Graham Foster, a Professor of Hepatology at Queen Mary University of London to create the podcast. Click here to listen to it. Like what you heard? You're in luck - you can listen to all of the other 9 podcasts released this year on our website too.
- Poet and performer Inua Ellams takes his Fringe First award winning show The 14th Tale to Dublin Theatre Festival in Ireland today until 7 October. It's his first time performing in Dublin, and we hope they enjoy his touching and hilarious tale of growing up in Nigeria and London. You can find out more about the show, and buy tickets here.
- David Rosenberg's new show Ring begins its tour tomorrow, heading to Kendall and Crewe this week. Ring is an unsettling sound journey on headphones, set in complete darkness. You a member of a mysterious group and are transported into a room very similar to the one you entered, but nothing is quite what it seems, and something is not quite right... You can find out more about the show, and grab your tickets here.