- Date: 2 October 2012
- Region: National
The Space is hosting previously unseen Beatles footage from their 1967 Magical Mystery Tour documentary. Credit: BBC
The Space is a free digital arts service developed by Arts Council England in partnership with the BBC. It aims to transform the way people connect with and experience arts and culture, by showcasing innovative content from artists, arts and cultural organisations.
Read more to find out what's coming up on The Space this week.
In association with Apple, Arena has been granted unique access to some very special unseen footage of the Beatles during the making of a documentary about their 1967 film Magical Mystery Tour and is showing it exclusively at The Arena Hotel at thespace.org
Arena has cut this unseen footage to make a new short in which the Beatles take you on a magical coach trip from the Hotel to a classic British fish and chip shop. Shot en route to Newquay, the final destination of the Magical Mystery Tour, the film is available to view exclusively on The Space.
Tantalising portrait film about artist Bridget Riley displays this week's Modern Masters, a collection of revolutionary film portraits from the Arts Council's rarely seen archive.
This week we arrive at W is for Wagon, as part of John Peel's legacy to the world of music and it's creators.
From Friday watch the searing notes and joyous beats from South African musicians Township Comets as they take part in this week's Vortex Jazz Club's performance that took place in June.
Watch the second in the series of MummyJi Presents, a new three part series for The Space which will feature some of the best emerging British Asian talent over the next few weeks in the lead up to the live talent show on 11 October from Watford Palace Theatre.
You can access The Space now at thespace.org or by viewing on connected TV or The Space channel (Freeview HD channel 232).