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World Architecture Day interview with Roger Spence

In October 1998 after two years of reconstruction, a brand new Sadler’s Wells opened its doors to the public. This was a Herculean feat in the short time given, and served as a flagship model for National Lottery-funded public arts projects. In celebration of the building’s upcoming 20th anniversary and coinciding with World Architecture Day

Young artists bring hip-hop lyrics to life

This weekend was the culmination of Graffical, a project run by our Breakin’ Convention team and funded by Islington Council’s Summerversity programme. For four days, participants aged between 13 and 21 had explored different aspects of hip-hop lyricism aided by three mentors: the poet and art educator Poetcurious, the rapper Reveal and the graffiti artist

Sadler’s Wells has a Big Lunch in the Park

On Sunday 5 June, Sadler’s Wells?joined ?the Big Lunch celebrations by presenting dance to a large audience?in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Over 8,000 people took part in the Big Lunch in the Park event in east London, enjoying a picnic, performances and free activities for all the family. As part of the day, Sadler’s Wells?presented

Innovative online project reveals artists’ dance portraits

On?Monday 4 January, Sadler’s Wells launched?52 Portraits,?an online project by choreographer Jonathan Burrows, composer Matteo Fargion and video maker Hugo Glendinning, which sees a portrait of a different artist being released every Monday throughout 2016. The 52 subjects are drawn from the vibrant UK dance scene, as well as from the many international companies visiting

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