Thursday 5 May
Opening Night 6 – 9pm
Performances from 7pm: Jesse Darling, Vasco Alves and Honor Gavin

Friday 6 May
Exhibition open 12 – 2pm & 5 – 9pm

Saturday 7 May
Exhibition open 10 – 5pm

Sunday 8 May: Closed

Monday 9 May
Exhibition open 12 – 8pm

Tuesday 10 May
Exhibition open 12 – 8pm

Film screening + Reception and Q&A with director, 7pm, A Palace for Us, dir. Tom Hunter. Plus ‘Best of Britain’ hospital films from the archive, including ‘A Day in Hospital’ (1931), ‘Here’s Health’ (1948) and ‘British Way of Health’ (1973).

Wednesday 11 May
Exhibition open 12 – 8pm

Public Symposium: Modern Ruin: Destruction & Creativity in the City. 6.30-8.00pm Followed by a wine reception.   Speakers include: Gus Casely-Hayford, curator and cultural historian. Richard Barnett, author of ‘Medical London: City of diseases, city of cures’. Ben Campkin, Co-Director, UCL Urban Laboratory, The Bartlett. Leslie Topp, Senior Lecturer in History of Architecture and Curator of ‘Madness and Modernity’ at the Wellcome Collection. Josephine Berry Slater, Editor, Mute Magazine, and author of ‘No Room to Move: Radical Art And The Regenerate City’. Richard McCormac, founder, MJP Architects.

Artist Jesse Darling leads us in a collaborative Sleep-in at the Ghost Sanatorium, her St Philips installation. 8:30pm. Prospective participants should get in touch as soon as possible.

Thursday 12 May
Exhibition open 12 – 8pm

Films screening + reception and Q&A with director, 7:30pm Under the Cranes, dir. Emma-Louise Williams and Michael Rosen, writer and poet.

Friday 13 May
Exhibition open 12 – 6pm

Exhibition and all events FREE.
Space limited. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

St Philips Building, Sheffield Street, London WC2A 2EX

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