Culture Monday

Glen Coe, photograph by Simon Bray, from  The Edges of These Isles  

Glen Coe, photograph by Simon Bray, from The Edges of These Isles 

We don't know about you, but Monday morning is when we're most in need of some inspiration. Hence our Culture Mondays - our weekly round up of interesting events happening around the UK. And that's where you come in - we love to hear where you've been, and if there's anything that really should be on our radar...



- Thursday Lates: The Edges of These Isles @ The Whitworth, Manchester (8 September)

- Wvnder @ 5th Base Gallery, London (8 to 11 September)

Bjork Digital @ Somerset House, London (until 23 October)

The Brutalist Playground @ S1 Artspace, Sheffield (until 11 September)

Folklore, Magic and Mysteries: Modern Witchcraft and Folk Culture in Britain @ Preston Manor, Brighton (until 30 September) 

- Adventures in Space @ The Lighthouse, Glasgow (until 2 October)



Architecture x Fashion x Film @ Regent Street Cinema, London (6 September)

- Labyrinth @ Belgrave Square, London (10 September)



- Eleanor Friedberger, on tour @ Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Brighton (6 to 9 September)

Bestival @ Robin Hill Country Park, Isle of Wight (8 to 11 September)

- Multi-Story Chamber @ Bold Tendencies, Peckham, London (9 & 11 September)

On Blackheath @ Blackheath London (10 & 11 September)



- Burning Doors @ Soho Theatre, London (until 24 September)

84 Charing Cross Road @ Cambridge Arts Theatre (until 17 September). Take a look at our What We're Reading blog post about the book that inspired the play. 



- London Overground with John Rogers and Iain Sinclair @ The Institute of Light, Hackney, London (7 September)



In:Site Festival: A festival of graduate creativity @ Birmingham Cathedral Square, Birmingham (5 to 9 September)

Screen-printing workshop @ The Makery, Bath (8 September)

- Radical Essex: Essex Architecture Weekend (10 and 11 September)

- North East Open Studios @ North East Scotland (10 to 18 September)


Show us where you've been and tell us what we should include in next week's round-up via our Twitter or Instagram.