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This week on The Space

  • Date: 18 June 2012
  • Area: National

Watch artist Tracy Emin in conversation with Stephen Fry live on The Space this week as more great content is added to the free digital arts service.

Tracey Emin in conversation with Stephen Fry

Streamed live from Turner Contemporary in Emin's home town of Margate on Friday 22 June, the pair will talk about her homecoming exhibition She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea. They will also discuss Emin's growing up in Margate and the relationship of her work to Rodin and JMW Turner, whose works are also on show at Turner Contemporary this summer.

Currently available on The Space is a behind the scenes video about the making of Emin's exhibition - Behind the Scenes at the Turner Contemporary.

More from The Space this week

The Globe Theatre stage production of Henry VI, part II performed by the National Theatre of Albania in Albanian is available now. The production is part of the theatre's Globe to Globe season which has seen all 37 of Shakespeare's plays performed by different international companies - and available, subtitled, on The Space.

Musical wonders from John Peel's record collection are revealed each week on The Space - from Tuesday 19 June browse through the first 100 albums filed under the letter H.

From Thursday 21 June get a sneak preview of Contact Theatre's serial drama Country Boy Struggle. Split over 10 episodes, the drama tells the tale of a young MC rapper from Cornwall who comes to London to try his luck.

Recent highlights still available on The Space

Watch From the Sea to the Land And Beyond - Sheffield Documentary Festival's premier screening of Penny Woolcock's new documentary contemplating Britain's coastline, compiled from 100 years' of BFI archive footage and with a live soundtrack performed by British Sea Power.

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons give an anniversary performance of Britten's War Requiem in Coventry Cathedral, 50 years after they gave the historic premiere there with the composer.

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