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                                6100 BC - Ancient Britain peninsula separated from European mainland in a tsunami.  31 October 2019 - Britain leaves the EU (?) 66 million people on one island. More isolated than ever.  A call to action for artists, creatives & social entrepreneurs.  Because change can happen through us. Not just to us. ----- "We have a great opportunity. As we redefine our nationhood  we can work...

Lyrix Organix X – 10 Year Anniversary – Part 2 A very special evening. Two of the most important voices in British poetry and rap today, Lowkey and Anthony Anaxagorou. Hackney-based singer-songwriter Amahla completes the incredible line up. 27 February 2019 LOWKEY // ANTHONY ANAXGOROU // AMAHLA TICKETS: https://royalalberthall.com/tickets/events/2019/lyrix-organix/ Cheap Concession Tickets -  only £4.21 - students, under 26s and unemployed. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/events/2095333984110645/ As part of Royal Albert Hall's...

[gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="16133,16135,16134,16132"] Lyrix Organix X - 10 Year Anniversary - Part 1 OBJECT / CREATE is an exhibition by Owen Davies x Lyrix Organix - part of Royal Albert Hall's 'Unstoppable Voices' series. "WHAT MAKES ARTISTS, MAKE ART?" 'OBJECT / CREATE' features: Dean Atta | Ayanna Witter-Johnson | Toby Thompson Poetry | Deanna Rodger | Solomon O.B | Sophia Thakur | Beatbox Hobbit...

Happy National Poetry Day folks! We are really proud to release a collection of new music from some of UK's most exciting young voices - including Sophia Thakur, Kieron Rennie, Solomon OB, Toby Thompson and Laurie Ogden - accompanied by London String Collective (Tanya Cracknell, Abi Dance, Jay Jenkinson), Camilo Tirado (producer, percussion, keys) and Tim Doyle (drums). Its been an...