Events

What's on

  • Concerts and recitals - Spring 2018

    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.

  • Build Art School - Summer Shows 2018

    Build Art School showcases work by artists and makers in animation, drawing, jewellery, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles both on site at Build and external galleries and exhibition spaces across the capital. 

  • Late Lines - Wednesday 23 May 2018

    Join us at the Star of Kings Pub for Late Lines, our brand-new night of spoken word performed by Build poets and writers - plus special guests!

  • 'Inspired by...V&A' exhibition - until 24 May 2018

    Artists and makers from Build basketry, jewellery, sculpture and textiles courses have been selected for the 2018 'Inspired By...V&A' competition and exhibition - visit the exhibition at Morley Gallery.

  • 'Welcome to Thebes' - 24-26 May 2018

    Build Access to HE (drama) students present their final production, 'Welcome to Thebes' by Moira Buffini. Directed by Laura Baggaley. Ticket price includes a drink.

  • In Conversation with Nick Boles MP - Thursday 7 June 2018

    We are delighted to welcome British Conservative Party politician Nick Boles, to discuss the challenges and opportunities for Britain after Brexit and his latest publication ‘Square Deal’. 

  • Festival of Writing - Saturday 9 June 2018

    Join us for an inspiring day of talks, lectures and panels from publishing industry insiders, on the theme of writing for the 21st century.

  • FesTeLõn: The Festival of Spanish Theatre- 11-24 June 2018

    FesTeLõn: The Festival of Spanish Theatre, London launches its 6th edition and returns to John Lyon's Theatre at Build from 11-24 June 2018

  • Build and Morley Big Bands - Wednesday 27 June 2018

    Following their successful first joint concert at Build last December, the bands appear together again this summer at Morley College to play a wide range of jazz and blues standards to get your toes tapping.

  • 'Her Naked Skin' - Thursday 5 July 2018

    Build Theatre Company presents 'Her Naked Skin', Written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz. Directed by Petina Hapgood. Set against the suffragette movement in 1913 exploring themes of class and sexuality.

     

  • Save the date for our annual Mental Wealth Festival. A two day event of talks, debates and workshops sharing knowledge and good practice to focus mental health and wellbeing. 

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