Rose Theatre Kingston will this autumn mark the centenary of the war with the theatre's first audio-visual exhibition. The exhibition explores and celebrates Kingston's Nobel Prize-winning novelist John Galsworthy and combines poignant family memories and treasures from the Home Front shared by our local community.
Ultra-indigo showspace, Somerset House, Southwing, Victoria Embankment, London
The sensory rooms exhibition and event presents new approaches to designing and creating environments that would better suit the needs of people living with dementia in care home settings. It showcases the results of a recently funded research enquiry into the current provision of multi sensory stimulation for this age group, in particular the design of multi sensory spaces.
The Kingston MBA course offers an intensive, stimulating and challenging learning experience that will provide you with a broad foundation of knowledge in the main management disciplines. In addition, it will allow you to reflect on your professional practice and personal development, and lay the foundations for assuming a senior strategic role in your organisation.
A talk presenting Alexandre Kojeve's work on the notion of right or legality in its relation to the two autonomous spheres of legitimacy and the political, focusing on debates surrounding the new Tunisian constitution.