British stars stand shoulder to shoulder with TIME’S UP to call time on sexual harassment

British stars stand shoulder to shoulder with TIME’S UP to call time on sexual harassment In advance of the BAFTA Film Awards this evening, leading women from the film, theatre and TV industry – including Gemma Arterton, Gemma Chan, Noma … Continue reading

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Promundo: unmasking sexual harassment at Davos 2018

Much of the discussion about harassment in this historic, #MeToo moment has been about the behavior of men in power: Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, prominent legislators, and business leaders. However, recent, pioneering research from Promundo in the United States, United … Continue reading

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The first Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission ‘Star Light, Star Bright’ launches on the streets of Oxford

Imagine if the stars shone just for you… Smart Oxford Playable City Commission unveils the first commission for the city, which places shared experience firmly at the heart of the future city. January 2018: Watershed and Smart Oxford are delighted to unveil the first Smart … Continue reading

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Umbrellium: Winner Of Museum Of London Open Call Brings Together Strangers Connected By A Shared View Of London

Project chosen following open call for ‘An Idea for a Future London’  VoiceOver Finsbury Park unites residents to share the future of London  Hyper-local broadcasts crisscross and connect neighbours in Finsbury Park   In May this year, the Museum of … Continue reading

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Sō Percussion tour, From Out A Darker Sea opens in Derby Cathedral, Wednesday 22nd November

The Brooklyn-based contemporary percussion ensemble So Percussion open in Derby Cathedral (22.11.17) for an audio-visual exploration of the social history of British coal mining, From Out a Darker Sea. The coal industry long formed the backbone of towns and cities across England. Entire … Continue reading

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Educate. Regulate. Medicate | United Patients Alliance protest 10.10.17

Huge congratulations to United Patients Alliance (UPA) on their successful protest outside The Palace of Westminster on Tuesday this week. The Ladbury team were delighted to be a part of the action and the positive media coverage and support for the cause has … Continue reading

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Be warned, the following text will use all possible synonyms for the colour ‘green’ and may cause feelings of awe and vertigo

By Lorelle Mykoo Have you never been to the Peak District before?  If like me you’re an urbanite, you may be wholly unaware of the relevance of it’s being. Well, let me try and set the scene: serene green fields, … Continue reading

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So¯Percussion From Out a Darker Sea

So¯Percussion From Out a Darker Sea Brooklyn-based group So¯ Percussion embark on a concert tour of five sacred spaces in former coal mining areas across England, November – December 2017 For two centuries, the coal industry formed the backbone of … Continue reading

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Media Alert: Festival of the Future City 2017 | Making the City Playable

What Makes a City Playable? Watershed Digital Creativity Centre have gathered together an international mix of artists, academics, policy makers and producers to speak about their transformative work in cities from Montreal to Mexico City, Lagos to Copenhagen. They will … Continue reading

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THE THE announce details of ‘Radio Cineola: Trilogy box set’, nationwide screenings of their documentary feature ‘ The Inertia Variations’ and their first live shows in 16 years

THE THE’s busy 2017 gathers pace with the announcement of the Radio Cineola: Trilogy box set, a run of screenings for The Inertia Variations documentary at the ICA in London and Home in Manchester, Watershed in Bristol and Showroom in … Continue reading

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