Looking In explores the themes of identity and migration in detail and questions how contemporary visual artists who consider themselves outsiders express personal feelings of isolation and crises of identity through their work.
The National Theatre’s new play Home brings to life the unheard voices of the young residents and staff who live and work behind the anonymous concrete walls. Using real testimonials alongside existing and original music, the new play asks what it really means to call somewhere home.
A hilarious opera about residents of two caravans, who have come from all over the world in search of a better life – and, perhaps, love – in England’s green and pleasant land.
After the Race Commission. Where do we go from here? The report of the Commission of Race and Ethnic […]
British Future will be at both the Labour Party Conference in Brighton (25th-29th September 2021) and Conservative Party Conference in […]
OUR CHANCE TO RECONNECT – How and why society must come together following the Covid-19 crisis. Over the course of […]
The UK can be proud that in 2019 some 159,380 people chose to become British citizens. At a time […]
Part of the Remember Together: Forgotten Sacrifice campaign with the Royal British Legion. Find out more here. Britain’s shared history, […]
A webinar, at the virtual Conservative Party Conference, to explore the Conservative response to the shifting politics of race – […]
The Covid-19 pandemic affects everyone in Yorkshire – but its impact is felt in different ways. As the early surge […]
Divided Society: What could keep us together or pull us apart beyond Covid-19? Friday 4th September, 12:30-1:45pm Will angry debates […]