Tuesday 2 October 20186:00 pm to 8:00 pm
City Life will celebrate cities as sites of connectivity and creativity, where people, industries and ideas collide and new possibilities are generated.
Running throughout October, the festival will explore the relationship between urban spaces, communities and identities and champion London as a place of inclusivity and diversity through a mix of supper clubs, creative workshops, screenings, performances and discussions.
Actor and entrepreneur Lily Cole talks to Second Home co-founder Rohan Silva about life in London, the importance of 'belonging' and the ever-changing face of our city.
Historian John Boughton takes us on a tour of some of the best and most remarkable British housing estates, revealing their complex stories and the inspiring ideologies of those who created them.
Four film salons exploring the connections of place, politics and culture in London from 1960s to the present day through world-class documentaries.
Music historian Bill Brewster and his guests recall the heyday of the record store, when vinyl was the only game in town and Soho was the central meeting place for scenesters of all stripes.
UK Broadly Editor Zing Tsjeng is joined by writers Sharlene Teo and Daisy Johnson for an evening of reading, discussion and storytelling.
We shine a light on the city's poets writing (and navigating) racial and cultural identity politics in London. Their works explore family, heritage, the community they live in, and the people they work with.
A weekend celebrating the influence of Caribbean culture on life in London featuring screenings, discussions, food, drinks, creative workshops and music from Reggae Roast sound system.
Journalist Kamal Ahmed and Second Home co-founder Rohan Silva discuss Kamal’s book The Life and Times of a very British Man, which tells his story of growing up in 1970s Britain as one of the first generation of mixed race British children.
How the future city will be greater than the sum of its parts – a one-day exploration of the power of collective consciousness, feeling, intelligence and action.
Fashion historian Amber Butchart, trend consultant Katie Baron and writer John-Michael O’Sullivan discuss the city's eclectic fashion past, present and future.
What does Heartbreak mean to you? Join award-winning arts and current affairs podcast, Stance as they present a fresh culture-filled look at Heartbreak in London.