• Live Stream is Back
    26 November 2023

    The live stream is now back online. As we cannot guarantee its reliability you may find a better alternative, if you are an iOS user, is to download the app. The app literally performs Longplayer without any need for an internet connection. And if you want to turn a space into a listening post, to…

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    Long Afternoon 26th November, featuring Supriya Nagarajan
    06 November 2023

    Our Longplayer Long Afternoon on 26th November 2023 featured a performance from renowned musician, Supriya Nagarajan. Supriya Nagarajan has a unique voice in the British music scene and creates concept driven immersive music productions that push boundaries and encourage thought. Her music is a blend of her South Indian classical traditions and Western contemporary styles…

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  • The Longplayer Conversation, Thursday 28th September 2023
    24 September 2023

    The Longplayer Conversation 2023 took take place on Thursday 28th September at the British Library, London. This year’s conversationalists were Richard Sabin, Principal Curator of Mammals at the Natural History Museum, and Dr. Sada Mire, Associate Professor of Heritage at University College London. Richard Sabin is a Principal Curator at the Natural History Museum, London, where he…

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  • Long Afternoon, featuring Laura Cannell
    08 September 2023

    THIS EVENT WAS CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED . . . For September’s Long Afternoon, the Longplayer Trust is delighted to welcome internationally acclaimed musician Laura Cannell to the Lighthouse. Laura Cannell’s new solo release, Bow & Creak, was inspired by Longplayer. It is released on 8th September 2023 by Brawl Records….

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  • Long Morning: 27th August
    08 August 2023

    The third in our series of open social events at the Lighthouse in 2023 is a Long Morning, taking place from 10am to 2pm on Sunday 27th August. Featuring a talk on the practice of caring for long term artworks, at 12pm.

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