Did you know that by signing up to the Tate Collective as a 16-25 year old, you can get £5 exhibition tickets, free events, creative opportunities and discounts across the Tate? It’s an amazing deal, and there are so many brilliant exhibitions to choose from. LSA students will be taking a trip to the amazing, interactive Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life exhibition. We can’t wait!
We love that as a 16-25 year old, you can enjoy £3 tickets for any film or event at BFI Southbank, both online or on the day! The scheme is entirely free. All you have to do is sign up online, and then show your photo ID the next time that you’re at the BFI Southbank box office.
The Mayor of London's Youth Digital Careers Event - 'Future x Skills' is a fantastic free event, aiming to give 16-24 year olds access to digital training, opportunities, and rewarding tech careers. Employers such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Deloitte, TfL, Goldman Schs, Ustwo Games, Channel 4, Hs2, and GoCardless will be present on the day. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
It will be taking place on Monday, October 21st, between 10:30 - 15:00, and you can still register to attend by clicking here.
As part of the BFI’s Future Film programme for 16-25 year olds, the monthly Future Film Lab sessions offers industry insight, practical masterclasses, professional advice and networking for young emerging filmmakers. November’s event will look into how an editor’s decisions can make or break a film. Tickets can be booked now for £6 or bring a friend for £10!
The BFI Future Film Festival is the UK's most important film industry festival for young, emerging filmmakers, and will be held between 20 - 23 February 2020. There will be masterclasses, industry workshops panel Q&As and networking opportunities that will inspire you to make films and give you the industry insights you need to pursue a career in the film, TV and creative industries.
They will also be screening the best short films submitted by talented young filmmakers aged 16-25 every day of the festival. More information to be released soon - click here to keep updated.
Black Girl Festival is the UK’s first arts & culture festival celebrating Black British women and girls is back on Saturday, October 12th with the theme ‘Taking Up Space’. This brilliant event aims to break down barriers and champion inclusivity across various industries, and will feature everything from talks to workshops, exhibitions to live performances.
The annual London Film Festival is here! If you’re between 16 and 25, there are a selection of amazing films that you can buy £5 advance tickets to. You’re also able to get £5 tickets to all screenings during the Festival (including galas, subject to availability), if you visit the venue box office 45 mins before start time with your ID.