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Today in London: Wednesday 18 Sept 2013

By | Published on Thursday 12 September 2013

Alex Horne

Wednesday’s child is full of woe, is s/he? Not when s/he’s seen these delightful cultural excursions, s/he isn’t…


Alex Horne – Lies, Arnhem Gallery, 18 Sep (pictured)
The Horne Section‘s main man and TW favourite Alex Horne presents his 2013 Edinburgh solo show built, quite literally, on lies; as he admits his misdeeds and tries to make a clean break of things. At least, that’s the idea. Look out for the guest stars! Details and tickets here.


The Luna Cinema presents… The Breakfast Club, Brockwell Lido, 18 Sep
Haagen-Dazs backed Luna Cinema invites freaks, geeks and ice-cream fans to pass a day poolside watching angst-racked highschool classic ‘The Breakfast Club’. Top of the on site-facilities are a bar and BBQ (sadly picnics are a no-no), whilst blankets and inflatable VIP dinghy seats are available for hire. Details and tickets here.

Urban Wandering – Film And The London Landscape, Barbican, 18 Sep – 2 Oct
The Barbican hand-picks a foraged lot of films, all shot in London and evocative of the city; from Mike Leigh’s stark ‘Naked’, to ‘A Clockwork Orange’, to’The Stuart Hall Project’ and Stephen Poliakoff’s ‘Hidden City’. Shorts, salon talks, panels and ‘Free Cinema’ screenings are all part of the deal. Details and tickets here.


Kronos Quartet/Kimmo Pohjonen/Samuli Kosminen – Uniko, Barbican, 18 Sep
Neo-classicists Kronos Quartet‘s ‘Uniko’, a collaboration with master sampler Samuli Kosminen and accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen, loops in live strings, special visuals and ‘electrified’ effects to express their ideas on ‘dreams’. Details and tickets here.

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