Saturday, October 27, 2007

Events at the Wellcome Collection

Materials Library presents: Flesh
Friday 9 November, 20.00-22.00
If butchering joints and life drawing catch your fancy this is the event for you. Demand has been high for tickets to our late-night spectacular investigating flesh in all its guises, so book now or miss out!

The Clod Ensemble's Fantastic Voyage (particularly recommended: directed by Suzy Wilson)
Thursdays 15 and 22 November, 20.00-21.00
Have you ever wondered what you look like on the inside? Join the acclaimed music theatre company Clod Ensemble as they take you on an adventure deep inside your body.

Blood Guts, Children and Power
Saturdays 17 and 24 November, 11.00-13.00
Sundays 18 and 25 November, 11.00-13.00
Join the events team as we head off-site for a revealing walk around Bloomsbury and Holborn's chequered medical past. Walks start at Holborn station and finish at Wellcome Collection.

Something Somatic
Thursday 29 November, 19.30-21.00
Saturday 1 December, 15.00-16.30
Sunday 2 December, 15.00-16.30
How often do you get the chance to see ground-breaking new theatre in London for free? This exciting play about the relationships all of us have with our bodies and their uninvited guests will be on for three nights only. We recommend early booking.

Sleeping & Dreaming
29 November 2007 -9 March 2008
Exploring the mysterious state we inhabit for a third of our lives. Keep warm this winter and come and investigate the mythology and popular culture surrounding sleeping and dreaming during these dark winter nights. 'Sleeping & Dreaming' is free and tours will be available. Opens on Thursday 29 November.


Claire said...

You do post really interesting-sounding events on your blog. As a non-medical person, I'd love to read occasional reviews of them after the event, if any of you have time (or the inclination) as it would be fascinating to hear different points of view.

Giskin said...

Thanks, Clare. Yes, we must post more reviews. I am planning to see Fantastic Voyage and will definitely review that. Anjali has promised to review the Kaplan talk when she has a moment to take a breath amidst job-application form filling. Ah, the life of a medical student!