EartH x the Basement, Seeing What Others Don’t, Good Chance Theatre’s The Jungle & Questioning Side Hustles (B+A Bulletin #154)

EartH x the Basement, Seeing What Others Don’t, Good Chance Theatre’s The Jungle & Questioning Side Hustles (B+A Bulletin #154)

Hullo, hello, hi,

So this is team B+A as our superhero selves, by the talented André.
How are you doing today? On a scale of 1-10? Anything you need to do to activate your superpower today?
Shout out to the people who reply and let us know, we don’t just ask for show, promise!

Come along for your regularly scheduled B+A Bulletin time. We’ve been waiting for you.

Roll up, roll up…

B+A Brilliance

EartH Studios need our help to set up a space for aspiring young Hackney creatives in their basement! This project is in partnership with Community Music which our very own Aminah used to be a part of. This crowdfunder is all about giving young people what they need to be our creative future. Woah, worthy cause right? Read more about it right hurr. Pledge whatever you can please you wonderful bunch : they gotta get to 50k sharpish!

B+A Books etc.

Insights (the B+A essential element = non-obvious before and obvious after) can change the world. We need insights so that we can more effectively solve problems and get things done. Yet we know very little about when, why, or how insights are formed—or what blocks them. In Seeing What Others Don’t, renowned cognitive psychologist Gary Klein unravels the mystery. Thanks to B+A friend Andy Orrick for putting us on.

B+A Big Up

You’ve probably already been recommended this one, but we’re going to tell ya about it as well. It is so damn good. This is a Young Vic and National Theatre co-production with Good Chance Theatre. Join refugees and volunteers from around the world over fresh baked naan and sweet milky chai at the Afghan Café in the Jungle. The production is beautifully orchestrated, weaving individual storylines into the chaos of debate, dance and song. Catch it whilst you can (until early Nov).

B+A Babble

This week’s Babble is brought to you by Lecture in Progress, brought to our attention by Luke this week. Everyone’s got several side hustles now, it seems, right? Carly Ayres argues that the secret to creative fulfilment isn’t necessarily more side projects. Peep the article. Then send us your thoughts, or join the Twittersphere debate if that’s your thing…

B+A Bye…

’til next week.
Take care of you and yours.
Love, Team B+A