Heaven, 11, The Arches, Villiers St, London WC2N 6NG
Wed 10th May 2017
7pm – till late
Jonas Blue will be playing his first ever live show in his hometown of London with a full live band with other special guests joining him on stage. This night will bring Jonas’ Europe tour to a close, after Jonas has already been to Cologne, Amsterdam and Paris. Jonas who is behind hits such as “Fast Car” featuring Dakota, “By Your Side” with Raye and the chart-topping hit “Perfect Strangers” is a two-time Brit Award and MTV EMA nominee and his music has been streamed over 1 billion times. Plenty of reasons to come and see Jonas live in action.
London College of Fashion Hosts Success Talks
University of the Arts London
20 John Prince’s Street
Wed 17th May 2017
The Success Talks series returns to London College of Fashion for the fourth talk in the series. Industry experts will sit down to share their experience in the industry and discuss ideas and topics as raised by the audience. If you are looking to launch your own business in fashion, have an idea and don’t know where to start or want to know the different career routes into fashion, this is the talk for you. There will also be an opportunity to network with the panel speakers and other attendees.
Speakers on the night will include Fashion Features Director at ELLE UK, Kenya Hunt, Christine Mhando, Founder and Director of CHiCHiA London
Jamelia Donaldson, Founder and CEO of Treasure Tress and filmmaker Daniel Acheampong creator of TALK 2 DAN.
You Are Looking at Something That Never Occurred
176 Prince of Wales Road
Until 9th July
Thursday – Sunday 12–6pm
Curated by Paul Luckraft for the Zabludowicz Collection, the You Are Looking at Something That Never Occurred brings together the works of 14 international artists who work with photography from different generations spreading over 40 years from the late 70’s. Along with the works on display, there is a commissioned essay by David Campany and there is a round-table discussion moderated by artist and writer Chris Wiley featuring Lucas Blalock. The title of the exhibition comes from a conversation between Jeff Wall and Lucas Blalock discussing the experimental aspect of art and the mystery of it. The exhibition explores how the artists on display have used photography to portray fact and fiction and how photography is used as a way of engagement.
More events in our Meen – May 2017 issue below