BLINK. Explore. BLINK. Resist. BLINK. Reconcile. BLINK. Hope. 100 years have passed since Europe came together to agree Peace after WWI. How can we unite and bring peace into our communities now? Enter BLINK to play with a series of artworks inspired by peacebuilders and activists from your community and across the UK. … Continue Reading
The Sea Folk Sing choir presents a beautiful collection of new songs written with the people of North Kent. From the energetic The Dockyard Rush to the enigmatic Hidden Power, the music explores our historic relationship with the sea and of our hopes for the future in the face of changing tides. This ‘pop-up’ performance is part of by Rivermead… Continue Reading
The Sea Folk Sing choir presents a beautiful collection of new songs written with the people of North Kent. From the energetic The Dockyard Rush to the enigmatic Hidden Power, the music explores our historic relationship with the sea and of our hopes for the future in the face of changing tides. Featuring support from Rochester folk band The Flowing with… Continue Reading
Come to No.34 for a taster of the exciting world of Sheppey’s completely unique Minster Gatehouse Museum!
The Listening Post explores the exciting and hugely varied stories of our local community, through a series of recorded conversations, capturing local life from the 1970s to now!
Join us for fascinating stories of crime, justice and tales from the courts with local legend and retired lawyer, John Greenhill
For old and young alike, have your imaginations captured with the history of legal robes and colourful tales of the most dastardly criminals!
“Britain on Film on Tour explores the vital history of black Britain throughout the 20th century. Bringing together films spanning 1901 to 1985 and taken from many different regions of the UK, it offers incredibly rare, little-seen and valuable depictions of black British life on screen.”
Independent Cinema Office
Ideas Test and Diversity House are partnering up this Remembrance Day to screen stories of black Britain from the BFI archives.
Young At HeArt’s Culture Club presents Richard Emmett from HRGS
Jade Joseph live blogs our Podcasting the Past workshop on May 24, 2016 Former BBC broadcast journalist Gordon Lamont has returned to No.34 in Sittingbourne to run another successful event, and I’m here to write about the event for Ideas Test. At No34 we’re running digital skills development events as part of our Creative Network… Continue Reading