This week we have a veritable feast on offer: two shows on tour visiting Cheltenham and Canterbury, a forum for children's theatre, and some exciting digital art...
- Got a spare hour? Fancy some free quality viewing? Look no further than 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.
- Give a listen to the hilarious new Body Pods podcast, from composer Richard Thomas about The Liver. Richard composed and created Jerry Springer The Opera and collaborated on the podcast with Professor Graham Foster, a specialist in Hepatology based at the Institute of Cellular and Molecular Science at the Royal London Hospital. Click here to listen to it. Don't forget you can also listen to the other 9 podcasts released this year on our website too. Go on, push the papers from your desk, reply to those emails later and spend an afternoon learning about the mysterious world of the human body.
- Sound&Fury's Going Dark sold out its run at the Young Vic in London back in March, and returns this week for sold out performances in the Cabnterbury Festival. But do not despair - the show is returning to the Young Vic in a larger space in December - and there are still tickets left! Grab them here.
- Ring heads over to Cheltenham's Parabola Arts Centre this week. Come one, come all, and step into a world of deception, suspicion and treachery - all set in complete darkness. You can find out more about the show, and grab your tickets here.
- The Future Playground, an event that will take place this week in Manchester, curated by Fevered Sleep, is an opportunity for artists, leaders, producers and promoters to come together to reflect on the extraordinary creative opportunities that are offered when we make work for children. For more information, or to request a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.