Arts & Culture
Upcoming cultural events hosted at the Centre are listed below.
Vidyadhara/Simon Lovat returns to WLBC with a new one man play about about graffiti, tennis and Pinocchio that explores themes of fame, identity and Insight that explores themes of fame, identity and Insight. Prepare to be delighted and confounded and to have your credulity tested to the max in this thrilling exploration of toxic aspiration, identity, and the Big Question of existence itself. Booking highly recommended!Find out more »
A programme of Beethoven, Britten and Brahms performed by one of the country's leading viola players Paul Silverthorne ("a virtuoso in sensitivity and technique" - The Times), and well-known pianist, composer & broadcaster David Owen Norris. Part of WLBC's music and performance programme, featuring leading professional performers sharing work they love in the friendly and intimate setting of the Buddhist Centre. Booking highly recommended.Find out more »
What could it mean to touch the earth? Contacting support? Or a source of energy; or something boundlessness - even, paradoxically, a sense of space? And how might our sense of Earth affect our mind? In this workshop we'll use easy, everyday movement and poetic imagery to explore such themes through creative process, witnessing ourselves and each other with a simple kindly attention, sharing our experience, awakening and integrating body and imagination. Of interest to movers, meditators, Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike - open to everyone, regardless of experience.Find out more »
WLBC’s Film Club shows top notch films that have a connection (direct or oblique) to Buddhist teachings, selected and introduced by people from the WLBC sangha (community) and often accompanied by food, drink or music related to the film. Join us to enjoy and discuss the film, and to hang out.Find out more »
Film Club team