Anoushka Shankar: Love Letters

Anoushka Shankar, the sitarist returns for a live performance in our Royal Festival Hall with Love Letters, a collection of songs about love, heartbreak and healing.

Rabina Khan says refusing to acknowledge that the problem exists is an indirect form of racism in itself

Rabina Khan is one of the most influential politicians in the east London borough of Tower Hamlets, where she serves as a Liberal Democrat councillor. She is married with three children and is proudly working-class. She came to the UK from Bangladesh...

The arts are seen to be an eternal and easy target to be brought under coercion with books being banned, films and series being challenged in court, theatre being targeted and visual arts being mutilated if it doesn’t support a particular narrative....

A new PhD studentship in the UK titled ‘Sounds and Silences in the Archives of Empire’ will embed a composer at The National Archives to explore the records of Empire through the creation and public dissemination of a portfolio of new music...

Anoushka Shankar, the sitarist returns for a live performance in our Royal Festival Hall with Love Letters, a collection of songs about love, heartbreak...

A team from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures at the University of Leeds, has secured £1 million in funding from global charitable foundation Wellcome to develop medical humanities research. 



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