Events on 23 May 2019
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Broadwater Primary Sports Fair
All are welcome at Broadwater School's annual Sports Fair.
Kimber Skate Park, Tennis Icon, The Gym, Tooting Leisure Centre, AFC Wimbledon, Herne Hill Harriers, Enable Leisure & Culture and the award-winning PE team at the school will lead a range of fun activities, including:
You will need to buy £2 Passports (on sale on the day), which will be stamped each time an activity is tried. There will be prizes for those with the highest number of stamps.
James Capper's walking boat MUDSKIPPER on the Thames
British artist James Capper is transforming an old Thames boat into a walking sculpture.
Unfortunately, performance demonstrations of MUDSKIPPER (scheduled for May 25 and 30 and June 9 and 10) have had to be postponed due to technical issues identified during final testing.
The launch of the artwork and performance demonstrations on the river and foreshore will be rescheduled in due course.
We apologise for any disappointment this causes and look forward to inviting you to see this exciting and innovative sculpture in the near future.
MUDSKIPPER is a fully-mobile sculpture which has the ability to move across water and land on-shore through the use of two step-type propulsion legs.
When launched it will be in residency at Battersea Power Station Pier directly in front of the iconic riverside building. The sculpture will travel down the River Thames and walk out of the water at certain points of low tide.
MUDSKIPPER is this year's Powerhouse Commission, an annual commission at Battersea Power Station. It was co-commissioned in 2019 in partnership with Battersea Power Station, Nine Elms on the South Bank and The Royal Docks; it is produced by Illuminate Productions. Albion Barn acquired the original workboat with James Capper and published the MUDSKIPPER maquette.
User Not Found at The CoffeeWorks Project
Would you delete your online legacy at the moment of your death? Take part in this immersive café performance.
Would you delete your online legacy at the moment of your death? The London premiere of User Not Found, written by Chris Goode, looks at what happens with our digital identities after we die.
In this immersive café performance right next to Battersea Power Station, audience members receive a smartphone and a pair of headphones and are involved in one man's unfolding story as he's faced with keeping or deleting his partner's online existence.
Performances are at various times each evening. Tickets £20, concessions £16.50. All tickets for Tuesday performances £15. Please note - there are no performances on Mondays, the production runs Tuesdays to Sundays.
This Dante or Die production is presented in partnership with Nine Elms on the South Bank, in association with Battersea Arts Centre.