Knowledge Quarter partners, supporters and staff will come together and celebrate the Knowledge Quarter’s second anniversary and formally launch the new Knowledge Bank. Taking place within the newly opened and breath-taking Francis Crick Institute, partners will be treated to an intimate evening of talks and performances.
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The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff and friends from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast views. It will be on this occasion hosted at the Wellcome Collection.
Join us to celebrate and explore ideas of gender across science and the arts with Lilian Hunt from Francis Crick institute, Researcher Corinne J.N. Cath from the Alan Turing Institute and performances from poet Belinda Zhawi and opera singers CN Lester and Sarah Dacey.
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Scriberia is delighted to offer to Knowledge Quarter partners half price rate when booking for the Hardworking Picture Workshop.
On Monday 20th February the Knowledge Quarter in partnership with MELA, presents ‘The Power of the Network’ at The City, University of London, Social Enterprise Festival 2017. The Festival is dedicated to promoting social enterprise and supporting entrepreneurs in delivering social impact through business.
‘People Like Us’ is the latest production for schools from Knowledge Quarter partner Theatre of Debate. It’s a powerful, fast-moving, humorous and timely contemporary drama. The play by Judith Johnson previewed at Knowledge Quarter partner Regent High School to coincide with Young Carers Awareness Day 2017
Three new partners have joined London’s Knowledge Quarter , bringing the number of organisations involved to 79. The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to welcome Bennetts Associates, Fitzrovia Youth in Action and House of Illustration,
JBW 2017 goes global, crossing boundaries, breaking taboos… and pulling down barriers. Exodus and exile are the festival’s prevailing themes, as the world, more than ever, is on the move, while xenophobia remains ubiquitous. Hear a multitude of voices examining the world’s political, social and cultural fault lines.
Fitzrovia Youth in Action is launching the FYA Football Lunchtime League. This will be the ideal opportunity to work off those extra pounds in the New Year playing with your colleagues against other teams from the local area.