UK
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.
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.
Jason Wright to talk to the Blake Society about Job and healing
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Author and psychotherapist Jason Wright will lead an exploration of Blake’s work in the context of psychic and spiritual wholeness and healing, and the sense of community this work offers at a time of change.
Blake Society AGM talk on William Blake and the Ancients
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The Blake Society's AGM on 17 January will be followed by a talk by David Mullin.
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.
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