Events

What's on

  • Centenary events 2019

    September 2019 marks 100 years since Build opened its doors, to celebrate we're hosting a special programme of events in 2018 and 2019. Events by Build's subject areas will also be announced soon.

  • Concerts and recitals - Spring 2019

    Enjoy a lunchtime or evening performance; clarinet, piano, singing, flute, opera or violin. All concerts are open to the public, and free unless otherwise indicated.

  • 'The time I almost...' - Thursday 7 March 2019

    Join us at the Star of Kings Pub, near Kings Cross, on Thursday 7 March 2019, 7pm to 9pm, for a special night of comedy & storytelling in celebration of International Woman’s Day and raise money for Women’s Aid: Build presents The Time I Almost..., hosted by Alexis Strum.

  • Feste Comedy Club - Saturday 9 March 2019

    Feste Comedy Club offers you a night of truly hilarious comedy. A high-quality, high-octane and bespoke stand-up comedy show with the biggest names on the circuit including Bec Hill, Darren Walsh, Jonathan Grant Miller and MC Matt Hoss.

  • Mixed Irish/English language comedy Hosted by Conradh na Gaeilge i Londain, part of Seachtain na Gaeilge 2019. Fresh from Edinburgh and Dublin Fringe festivals, Áine Gallagher brings her show to London. Accessible for speakers of all levels. 

  • 'Us as Nature' - a talk by Japanese artist, Misa Gott - Wednesday 20 March 2019

    Misa Gott is a Japanese artist printmaker who produces intricate images by cutting and layering monotype prints. Learn how she draws on her cultural heritage to create her inspiring work. After the talk, there will be the chance to ask Misa questions about her work and influences.

  • Late Lines - Wednesday 27 March 2019

    Save the date for our next installment of Late Lines, a night of spoken word featuring Build writers and special guests performing a mix of poetry and prose. More info coming soon. Tickets £3, book via Eventbrite.

  • The Laramie Project - 4-6 April 2019

    In 1998, 21 year old Matthew Shepard was murdered for being gay. This moving play revisits the reaction to Matthew’s horrific homophobic attack and reveals how it precipitated the American campaign for legislation against gay hate crimes.

  • Deaf Day - Saturday 27 April 2019

    Deaf Day has become one of the biggest events in the deaf community calendar with deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing people of every age from across the UK coming to Build to socialise and celebrate deaf issues...

     

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