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  • Heartwood
    21 Jun, 20:00 – 21:15
    St John's Church, Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    On Midsummer's Eve, Racontesse and Flux Soup Productions present an immersive storytelling experience. "For those who fail to respect the earth and her secrets, let this be a warning." Henry Scott, The Heart of a Heartless World.
  • In the Dark III BEING THERE (exhibition)
    19 Jun, 21:00 – 27 Jun, 18:00
    Old Crypt, St John's Church, Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    The London Group present a collaborative exhibition, a multi-sensory experiment part mobile kinetic sculpture and part audiovisual projection collage. Free.
  • Hans Feibusch: Marc Allum and Paul Werth
    16 Jun, 18:00 – 20:30 BST
    St John’s Church, Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    Antiques expert and Feibusch collector Marc Allum in conversation with Hans Feibusch’s grandson Paul Werth - part of "A Jewish Jesus: Art and Faith in the Shadow of WWII".
  • A Jewish Jesus: Art and Faith in the Shadow of World War II
    16 Jun, 09:30 – 20:30 BST
    St John’s Church, Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    St John’s Waterloo, home to two magnificent murals by Hans Feibusch, is hosting a one-day conference to address these issues on Wednesday 16th June, 2021, 9.30am- 5.30pm followed by a reception and chat. The conference is held in association with Art+Christianity and Insiders/Outsiders.
  • Penny Lecture: Healing the Nation - the Festival of Britain after 70 years
    10 Jun, 17:30 – 18:30
    St Andrew's Church, Short St, London SE1, UK
    Some see the 1951 Festival of Britain as an assertion of traditional patriotic values, but Alan Powers will argue that it attempted a difficult task of looking to the past and future, and showing British people a better version of themselves in line with post-war hopes. In-person & Online.
  • Britain ’21: Coming up for Air (exhibition)
    09 Jun, 10:00 – 26 Jun, 18:00
    Churchyard, St John's Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    The London Group returns to Waterloo Festival with an outdoor sculpture exhibition responding responding to the theme of “Britain ‘21 – Coming up for Air” in acknowledgement of the circumstances that we all find ourselves in, and the 70th anniversary of the Festival of Britain. Free.
  • Respair (exhibition)
    19 May, 10:00 – 09 Jun, 18:00
    Churchyard, St John's Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    An installation project organised by local artists Chris Clarke, Joao Simoes-Brown and poet Kate Miller following a call for postcards of 'Respair'. Free.
  • Into The Light (exhibition)
    17 May, 10:00 – 06 Jun, 18:00
    Old Crypt, St John's Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY, UK
    Responding to 'Respair', artists at Morley College have made work that reflects personal and wider cultural responses to the events of the past year. Free.