Acclaimed pianist and composer Sarah Nicolls' new project 12 Years was inspired by the 2018 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, giving us 12 years to take drastic action on emissions.
The science: Professor Susan Stepney introduces us to different types of non-conventional computing. The music: This cantata marks Pentecost, and the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles.
Cancelled Find out more
How do we define success in the face of public opinion? Although widely considered as one of the greatest poets in English Literature, Emily Dickinson is just as well known for being something of a proud outsider.
Enjoy an evening’s discussion with Paul Wood, author of London is a Forest, and Robin Walter, author of Common Ground’s forthcoming handbook Living with Trees published by Little Toller Books.
A lecture recital on Bach’s iconic Goldberg Variations featuring acclaimed pianist Charles Owen as well as mathematician and Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science, Marcus du Sautoy.
Beethoven stormed into Vienna in his early twenties, improvising at the piano in a dazzling new way. David Owen Norris explores this phase of Beethoven’s career with the aid of an 1802 Schantz Grand Pianoforte.
In this conversation with Skye-based sculptor Julie Brook, Jackie Kay reflects on her experience of the Scottish landscape as she travelled around the highlands and islands in her literary role, and discusses creativity and ownership of land, peat and ideas.