The Goes Wrong Show, Slow Painting, Reviving the high street with culture
The Mischief Theatre team – Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields have had an amazing year with their Play That Goes Wrong theatre franchise – three productions on at the West End, one touring the UK, and now a new six-part television series on BBC One called The Goes Wrong Show. They join Front Row to discuss how things have gone right since they started going wrong.
Slow Art Days, where viewers are encouraged to spend more time looking at artworks, have been gaining popularity in museums and galleries around the world. Now, there’s an exhibition at Leeds Art Gallery called Slow Painting. Exhibition organiser Gilly Fox discusses the show that explores the many aspects of what slowness might mean in relation to contemporary painting.
As Historic England prepares to fund regeneration initiatives in 69 towns around the country, Catherine Dewar, their North West Regional Director, and David Jenkins, Managing Director of The Old Courts Arts Centre in Wigan, discuss Historic England’s plans to revive the British high street.
Presenter: Katie Popperwell
Producer: Ekene Akalawu…read more