A lecture performance by artist Liz Orton that considers the imaged body as an algorithmic space in medicine. It explores medical imaging technologies, using human and computer vision to see the body as a new kind of archive.
Show And Tell, the UK’s leading producers of pioneering, cutting edge comedy bring another all-star line-up to the Bloomsbury Theatre.
Featuring a SPECIAL GUEST headliner (to be announced in April) with a headline set fresh off the back of a sell-out tour.
Singing, dancing, sass, and a healthy dose of destroying diet culture. The first ever Never Say Diet Club is open to everybody who's ready to join the revolution, smash their scales and reclaim their worth beyond weight.
Man & God: The Inventors of Kodachrome, Mannes and Godowsky is a musical about the birth of colour photography.
UCL Urban Laboratory presents Cities Imaginaries: urban sound, performance and transnational identities.
Artists and scientists explore the neuroscience of the imagination in front of your eyes.
Philosophy and theatre are twins: born in the same place, Ancient Greece, at the same time, 6th century BC. One twin rejects the false to find the true; while the other embraces the false to show virtue her feature and scorn her own image.
MUSO sings museum objects and university research to life with musical performances by Impropera, the world’s only improvising opera company.
Presented by UCL Hebrew and Jewish Studies
By Kurt Weill and Georg Kaiser, and translated by Leo Doulton.
Why do we laugh? And what happens to our bodies when we do? Join laughter expert Professor Sophie Scott from the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience for a live experiment and discover the secrets of a good giggle.