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Philip Jeck

Behind the Scenes with Philip Jeck

14/10/15

Ahead of his performance here on 22 October, we caught up with the experimental sound artist to see what we can expect from the event. Next week, as part of the events programme for pop-up exhibition …
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How Far We've Come: Suffragette

14/10/15

Inspired by true events, Sarah Gavron's Suffragette is a moving drama exploring the passion and heartbreak of those who risked all they had for women's right to vote - their jobs, their homes, their c…
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A Fairy Tale, But Not as We Know It

12/10/15

Well, Pan is certainly based on the timeless Peter Pan story, but it is not as we know it! However if you are prepared to suspend belief and go with the flow, accept that anything can and will happen,…
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Come to the FACTLab Clinic!

12/10/15

Got a tech problem you need help with? The FACTLab Clinic is open for drop-in consultations every Wednesday afternoon in the FACT foyer.   So far we've had everything from 3D printing queries to qu…
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Macbeth: Turns Out We Did Need Another Remake

08/10/15

Macbeth, potentially more so than any other of Shakespeare's works with the exception of Romeo and Juliet, looms large over the shared cultural history of the English speaking world. But what of Justi…
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The Eternal Sunshine of Erasing Memories?

02/10/15

The ability to erase human memory is a topic that director Michel Gondry explores in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, but what if this was really possible? How would it affect us as a society an…
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Super September

FACT director Mike Stubbs Prepares for his Sky Dive!

01/10/15

Ahead of his skydive on 23 October to raise money for FACT's life-enriching community projects, we interviewed director Mike Stubbs to find out how he's feeling about that big jump... gulp! So Mike, h…
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Get Creative with Minecraft!

01/10/15

Inspired by our current exhibition Lesions in the Landscape, we've got a programme of Minecraft workshops for all ages; here's how you can get involved. Our current exhibition, Lesions in the Landscap…
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Seeing Everest, I Don't Fancy Ever Climbing It!

01/10/15

If you're planning to climb a mountain in the near future, this may not be the film for you, but if you love an action-adventure-disaster movie, Everest is right up your street, says Young Blogger Osc…
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Bodies of Data: Quantify This!

29/09/15

Performing Data is a funny concept. It conjures strange images, of a dance choreographed by a pie chart perhaps, or the 1’s and 0’s of binary code in their own performance at the Edinburgh Festival, o…
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