Daniel Cook from the University of Dundee reveals their exciting hub activities for ‘Jonathan Swift at 350: lost and found’. Find out about the interactive pantomime and graphic novel that will bring Swift to life.
The programme is live! Here is a whistle stop tour of what makes the Being Human festival unique. Find out what we’ve got planned for this year’s festival between 17-25 November on the theme of ‘lost and found’.
By the Being Human team | The team reveal an exciting preview event taking place at the British Museum on Friday 20 October. The event will be a ‘treasures smackdown’ with experts exploring the Museum’s lost and found hoards.
By Michael Eades | With events taking place in four countries outside of the UK, programming will explore this year’s ‘lost and found’ theme from a more international perspective covering everything from Trump to endangered archaeology.
By Sarah Churchwell | Our festival director talks about this year’s festival in context, our upcoming programme and our theme ‘lost and found’. This post also includes a sneak peek of some of this year’s events.
By Dr Anna-Louise Milne | During the Autumn, a number of translation laboratories took place with migrants and refugees living in Paris. The material from these became the focus for an exhibition during the festival.