News category: Theatre & Film

3 May 2013

Japan 400 Concert: An Evening of Words and Music, 11 June

Join us in celebrating the arrival, 400 years ago to the day, of the first British ship to Japan with an evening of music and words drawn from the traditions of the two countries. The Daiwa Foundation’s own Director General, Jason James will take to the stage to sing, amongst an incredibly varied and distinguished

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18 February 2013

Shizengaku: Project Update and Forthcoming London Events

We gave Project Shizengaku a Daiwa Foundation Award in the September 2011 round of funding and the project members will present a series of events, including exhibitions and performances, in London over two weeks ( 24th Feb-9 March 2013 ).  Project Shizengaku is  a collaboration between the Music Department of  Goldsmiths, University of London and Fine Arts Department of

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6 November 2012

Yellow Earth- British East Asian drama company are now touring with a series of short plays: 'Dim Sum Nights.'

Yellow Earth, lead by new Artistic Director Kumiko Mendl, are touring England (including more London dates) with the five short, hilarious, poignant and punchy plays which make up ‘Dim Sum Nights.’ Although dim sum is usually eaten as brunch or lunch, the ticket price includes some delicious steamed buns and dumplings. The theme of food runs throughout all of these plays and the last play

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10 September 2012

Sumidagawa/Curlew River at Christ Church Spitalfields on 7 September 2012

There will be a rash of Benjamin Britten events over the next 18 months, since 2013 marks the centenary of his birth. But last Friday’s performance of Sumidagawa and Curlew River at Christ Church Spitalfields (repeated in Orford, Suffolk on Sunday) promised to be one of the most interesting, bringing together Britten’s “Japanese” opera with

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