Last night, the Gulbenkian Arts Centre launched their 2021/22 Season.
Artistic Director David Sefton presented this season’s live programme highlights, including the Gulbenkian’s associate artists and exciting upcoming projects.
The evening included presentations from University of Kent Vice-Chancellor and President, Karen Cox, and Director of the Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries, Professor Catherine Richardson. The audience also heard from Head of Music Performance Daniel Harding who outlined the exciting music programme taking place in the Colyer-Fergusson Hall. Two ART31 Kent members also spoke about the positive impact of creative projects for young people in Kent.
The evening concluded with an impressive preview from Battersea Arts Centre Beatbox Academy, who will be returning to perform at the Gulbenkian next year with Frankenstein: How to make a Monster.
Gulbenkian wishes to thank everyone who attended in support of this exciting new season, and invite everyone to take a look at their new season (brochure now available or visit website). We look forward to welcoming you to an event over the coming year.
View the Gulbenkian Season 2021/22 brochure here: https://bit.ly/GulbBrochure2021
For more information and to book tickets visit the Gulbenkian’s website: https://thegulbenkian.co.uk
To sign up to the Gulbenkian’s email list please register here: https://bit.ly/gulbsignup