What’s On
Simon Munnery’s show Jerusalem goes on tour
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Using the Blake-Parry hymn Jerusalem as his starting point, comedian Simon Munnery's satirical standup is now on tour.
Art After Dark at the Fitzwilliam Museum
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Museum Late is an opportunity to explore the latest William Blake exhibition in special circumstances.
La Venaria Reale announces new Blake exhibition for Autumn
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La Venaria Reale has just announced provisional dates for a new exhibition on Blake in collaboration with Tate Britain.
Edward Gildea to talk about the hymn Jerusalem on Sunday
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Saffron Walden Arts Trust will host a talk this Sunday by Edward Lea on why the music to Blake's Jerusalem is wrong.
Linda Landers to discuss Blake-inspired book with Blake Society
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Celebrating the launch of her new Blake-inspired artist's book and series of prints, Ah! Sunflower!, Linda Landers talks with leading independent Blake scholar Keri Davies on 6 March.
Ginsberg In London – The Beats, Blake and London
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The Horse Hospital and The Bureau of Lost Culture present a programme of happenings to celebrate the beat poet, thinker, and activist Allen Ginsberg on the UK publication of Pat Thomas's book Material Wealth: Mining the Personal Archive of Allen Ginsberg.
William Blake in Songs and Words at la Maison de la Poésie
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Susheela Raman, Sam Mills and Jean Marc Barr perform Blake's words in Paris with a presentation by Camille Adnot.
Talk on Blake and G.F. Watts as part of Paul Mellon Centre series
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This online talk on 16 February by Sarah Weston will explore the links between William Blake and G.F. Watts.
Songs of Innocence & Experience at RBC
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A new production of Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience has been announced with performers from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.