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Interview with Anna Furse

10 Oct

Anna Furse, head of Performing Arts at Goldsmiths talks to Patricio Forrester of Artmongers about the dynamics of a small stage spanning the space between Goldsmiths and the community / street. Art over Noise.

DETAIL: Week 1. Sep 21-27

21 Sep

We are building up this information about the individual acts… if you are a performer and would like to send info/pics to be included please email it to Click on the links to see more info about the performers and on the dates to see photo and video highlights

  • Day 2: Sat 22 / 2pm-9pm 
    2-6pm: KIDS:
    bands include Sunbeam (rock), The Other Side and Katy & the Elders (alternative pop). There will also be a chance for young New X-ERS to have their say about the future of New Cross.
    7.30-9pm: Night Projections from Goldsmiths Media and Comms dept
  • Day 4: Tues 25 / 7.30pm-8.30pm
    7.30pm Photographic projections. Intergenerational photographic project
    8pm URBAN Local photography (open submission to
  • Day 6: Thurs 27 / 6.30pm-10pm
    6.30-7 pm
    Live Performance actionconstraint by A Cusumano, T Delfieriere and G Lomeo
    8-10 pm Youngathon presented by CEN8
  • Day 7: Fri 28 / 7pm-10pm
    Glue Rooms DJ Tendraw: Live Art and Experimental Music “the most dodgy and daring artist from around the globe”

New X-ING programme

17 Sep

You can see more info about the acts here.

Week 1 (Sep 21-27)

Week 2 (Sep 28-Nov 5)

Please note that due to our aims of engaging a wide range of performers from our community,  programme is subject to last minute changes

New X-ING Relay gets lottery funding

12 Jul

Thanks to Awards for All at the Big Lottery Fund who gave us a grant  to run New X-ING Relay from Sep 21st to Oct 6th

This is based on Lewisham Way just outside the Goldsmiths Library. There is a mini stage and we are now accepting entries for the performance program. Contact if you would like to join in. Singers, musicians, poets, social commentators, storytellers, jugglers, acrobats, dancers… if you can do it in public on 4 square metres of stage you’re welcome to apply.

A small amount of money is available for costs you might incur (eg costumes, props).

More details coming soon.