Jay Johnson is an award-winning musician, songwriter, and producer who moved to London before his teenage years and began making music from a young age. Jay’s most recent music features the styles of the early 90s hiphop artists whom he was exposed to at an even younger age. To date, Jay’s played at many music venues around the UK and has also performed at the Houses of Parliament.
Dissection formed a major part of a medical student's preparation for exams throughout the Victorian era. The Anatomy Act might have laid to rest the horrors of bodysnatching, but cultural unease about dissection remained and contributed to stereotypes of an arrogant medical profession. In this talk, Caroline Rance reveals how Victorian medical schools acquired and used cadavers, and how they sometimes ran into conflict with the wider community.
In one of the most beautiful and imaginative films ever made, Peter, a British Air Force pilot, bails out of his damaged plane and shares what he believes to be his last moments with Allied radio operator June. He survives, they meet and fall in love. After a mix-up in the afterlife, a divine messenger arrives to escort him to heaven to rectify his wrongful survival and Peter must argue for his life before a celestial court.
This show sees two of the most exciting jazz singers in the UK join forces for one extraordinary evening. Between them Vimala and Theo have performed at internationally recognised venues ranging from The Kennedy Center (USA) to Sadlers Wells, The Royal Albert Hall, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, and many, many more.