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Dear Diary

Dear Diary
Date
26th May (11:00) - 7th July 2017 (17:30)
Location
Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB, Strand Campus
Description
Dear Diary is an exhibition that explores the many ways in which diarists capture human experience and charts the ways in which paper diaries have been joined by phones and tablets as our means of keeping track of daily life.

War Zone Freelance Photography Exhibition

War Zone Freelance Photography Exhibition
Date
12th June (18:00) - 30th September 2017 (19:30)
Description
War Zone Freelance Photography exhibition (formerly shown at the Frontline Club London; 61 Paris and the Brussels Press Club) portrays the work of freelance journalists covering current conflicts throughout the Middle East).

Mapping in Arts and Humanities Research

Mapping in Arts and Humanities Research
Date
14th (09:00) - 27th June 2017 (19:00)
Location
King's College London - Strand Campus
Description
Mapping in Arts and Humanities Research two workshops and a symposium 2017

Dear Diary curator tour

Dear Diary curator tour
Date
22nd June 2017 (17:30-18:30)
Location
Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB, Strand Campus
Description
A unique opportunity to hear curator Professor Clare Brant talk about the themes behind Dear Diary, namely the many ways in which diarists capture human experience.

NT Live at King's: Salome

NT Live at King's: Salome
Date
22nd June 2017 (19:00-22:30)
Location
Arthur and Paula Lucas Lecture Theatre (Room S-2.18)
Description
National Theatre Live 'Salome' at King's College London Strand Campus, Thursday 22 June 2017

Play: Big Boy (Guantuguan)

Play: Big Boy (Guantuguan)
Date
23rd (19:30) - 25th June 2017 (19:30)
Location
1-10 Keeley Street, City Lit, John Lyon´s Theatre, London WC2B 4BA
Description
'Big Boy' is a thrilling tale with more than 100 characters but only two actors, who, with an empty stage, take us from the First World War to the dazzling lights of Prohibition era New York paying homage to those who had to emigrate and abandon their land and roots to enter an unknown world.

Workshop: Embodying the character

Workshop: Embodying the character
Date
24th June 2017 (10:00-12:00)
Location
1-10 Keeley Street, City Lit, John Lyon´s Theatre, London, WC2B 4BA
Description
In this workshop Mario Ruz Martínez and José Luis Montiel Chaves, from Guantuguan Teatro, will talk about their experiences when working with characters on stage through movement. The actors will show the importance of the body as a creative tool for inhabiting different characters on stage.

NT Live at King's: Peter Pan (delayed)

NT Live at King's: Peter Pan (delayed)
Date
24th June 2017 (14:00-16:45)
Location
Greenwood Theatre (Guy's Campus)
Description
National Theatre Live 'Peter Pan' at King's College London Guy's Campus, Saturday 24 June 2017

Liberal Arts Taster Event

Liberal Arts Taster Event
Date
26th June 2017 (10:00-13:00)
Location
Strand
Description
Join our Liberal Arts taster course at King's and find out more about this flexible, interdisciplinary degree. Learn how you can tailor your own degree from a wide range of options in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and experience a sample seminar. You will have the fantastic opportunity to meet King's academics and work together in small groups, looking at major research questions and how we can draw from different subjects to provide answers. This course will suit excellent students looking for a real challenge, and who enjoy exploring a wide variety of subjects and questions.

Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan: From Pork to Foreign Policy

Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan: From Pork to Foreign Policy
Date
26th June 2017 (13:00-14:30)
Location
VWB5.22
Description
Dr Amy Catalinac is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics at New York University. She will speak about her book, Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan: From Pork to Foreign Policy, which was published with Cambridge University Press in 2016.
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