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The Midnight Run is a walking, arts-filled, night-time cultural journey through a city. It gathers strangers and local artists/activists to explore, play and create whilst the city sleeps.

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The Brixton Midnight Runs
Sep
23
to Oct 8

The Brixton Midnight Runs

  • Black Cultural Archives (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

THE BRIXTON MIDNIGHT RUNS

Commemorating 30 Years of Black History Month

September 23rd and October 7th 6pm to 12am starting from The Black Cultural Archives.

The Midnight Run is a walking, arts-filled, night-time cultural journey through urban spaces. It gathers strangers and local artists together to explore, play and create, whilst the city sleeps. The MNR aims to break down social barriers and provide a platform for established and emerging creatives, bringing moments of genuine interactive creativity. 

The Midnight Run is also a containment for conversation and much has been said about the changing face of Brixton, given its rich and complex history. Commemorating 30 Years of Black History Month, Join Kelly Foster (certified London tour guide and Brixton Historian) in exploring, excavating and discussing aspects of the area, from the Windrush Generation, to Michael Jordan's visit in 1985, to the riots. Along the route, Inua Ellams (Brixton resident and Founder of the Midnight Run) will lead imaginative creative exercises on capturing the exhilarating experience in verse.

As always, in typical Midnight Run fashion, expect the unexpected and come to have fun.

In Partnership with Ovalhouse and The Black Cultural Archives, and supported by The Arts Council England.

Facilitated by Kelly Foster and MNR Founder, Inua Ellams

Featuring:

Tinuke Craig.
Tinuke Craig trained as a director at LAMDA and regularly directs at RADA. Credits includes: I Call My Brothers at the Gate Theatre; Dirty Butterfly at the Young Vic. She assisted on wonder.land at the National Theatre, Hamlet at the RSC; and The Changeling at the Young Vic. Tinuke was the Gate Theatre's Associate Director from 2015-2016 and The Genesis Future Director Award winner in 2014. She is also an associate artist of HighTide and the National Youth Theatre.

Gloria Elliot
Driven by a passion for Art, rivalled only by her passion for Education, Gloria is an Art teacher and Assistant Principal at Dunraven School. She studied at Camberwell College and Middlesex University, achieving a BA Hons in Printed Textiles and Decorative Surfaces. Her wish is to inspire student to see beauty in the ordinary, to equip them with skills and characteristics needed to lead happy, successful, creative lives.  Past exhibitions include: New Designers, Urban Art Exhibition and the Mall galleries. Publications: The Daily Telegraph, Designing, Pride Magazine.

Rosie Powell
Rosie Powell is a Brighton based Photographer and Videographer who specialises in live event and performance documentation throughout the Performance, Music, Art world and beyond.

How to join The #MNRBrixton?

Tickets for 23rd September: Book here

Tickets for 7th October: Book here

 

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The Battersea Power Midnight Run
Aug
25
to Aug 26

The Battersea Power Midnight Run

THE BATTERSEA POWER MIDNIGHT RUN

The Midnight Run is a walking, arts-filled, night-time cultural journey through urban spaces. It gathers strangers and local artists together to explore, play and create, whilst the city sleeps. The MNR aims to break down social barriers and provide a platform for established and emerging creatives, bringing moments of genuine interactive creativity.

Exploring Battersea, and the newly opened riverside Circus West Village located between the iconic Power Station and the 200-acre Battersea Park. The Battersea Power Midnight Run will incorporate the themes of power, energy and discovery throughout this artistic adventure.

Meet us on Friday 25 August at 6pm, ready to begin our adventure through Battersea, stopping along the way to learn, experience and explore this unique area of SW London.


FEATURED ARTISTS

Facilitated by Vicky Wright

Otto Gumaelius - Musician-Marimba Ensemble

Eleanor Penny - Poet

Arjunan Manuelpillai - Spoken word/Rap/visual artist

Eleni Papaioannou - Dance artist/Choreographer

 


HOW TO JOIN THE BATTERSEA POWER MIDNIGHT RUN

Buy your tickets: £12.00.

NOTE: the event is open to only 35 participants so reserve your tickets quickly! 


DRESS CODE: Comfortable shoes + sweater/jacket for the night!
BRING WITH YOU: Money for food and drink and a healthy sense of Adventure!
 MEETING POINT Friday 25 August, 17.45, outside the The Village Hall, Battersea Power Station.

PLEASE NOTE: use the following directions and map to get to our pedestrian entrance – it is on the opposite side of the Power Station. Please do not put Battersea Power Station into your google maps. 

Closest train station Battersea Park or Queenstown Road

Closest tube: Sloane Square ( a 10-12 minute walk from Sloane Square across Chelsea Bridge)

When you get to Grosvenor Arch (pictured below) - that is the entrance to Circus West Village SW8 - then once you come underneath the railway arch turn right along and the Village Hall is to your right to collect your ticket. We start the run from the Arch.

At 18.00 we will leave, so it’s important to be punctual!

Take these stairs on Chelsea Bridge Road across from the Battersea Park:

Steps from Chelsea Bridge

 

Enter through this archway:

Arch Meeting Point

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The Prato Midnight Run
Jun
24
to Jun 25

The Prato Midnight Run

THE PRATO MIDNIGHT RUN.

DESCRIPTION

The event - organized by CCT-SeeCity with CUT - Circuito Urbano Temporary and part of the "Prato Summer 2017" sponsored by the City of Prato - consists of a walk, from dusk to dawn, guided by creativity; a cultural journey that brings people and local artists to explore, play and create while the city sleeps; a temporary community that migrates into the urban sphere from 18.00 to 6.00. Prato (after Florence, Milan, Rome) is the fourth Italian city to host for the first time The MNR!

The route through the city provides most of the stops / activities (about every 15-20 minutes) in public places and outdoor but also inside some private spaces. The route will remain secret until the day of the event. 5 local artists (selected through an open call April 10 to 30) will be announced in  mid-May.

Registrants will receive an email with all the details necessary to participate (place of departure, etc ...) within 24 hours before the start of the MNR.


FEATURED ARTISTS.

This MNR is facilitated by Imogen Butler-Cole.

  • Edoardo Nardin :  juggler, acrobat, clown, acrobat; and when not on stage, draws experiencing between painting and illustration; Born in Pordenone; after attending college in Prato, he decided to continue to live there.
  • Elena Franchi: actress and member of the theater company "The Mask of Thespis" who works in Prato for many years.
  • HOBO:  collective founded by Andrea Lascialfari + Andrea Simone Miceli Corti with the will to innovate the textile tradition in Prato.
  • Jacq :  painter, portraitist of #voltidiPrato .
  • Maruska Tonioni + Rose Ann Parisian Luisa Ciardi: artists and scientists, united by their passion for the collective memory, the social fabric, the industrial heritage of the city of Prato.

How to join The #MNRprato? 

Buy your tickets online here

The cost of the ticket: 15 €, 10 € if you register by June 1

The ticket includes aperitivo + dinner + breakfast. Participants will have to register by June 20, 2017.

Meeting Point:
18:00 on Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the CUT – Circuito Urbano Temporaneo at this address: Via Arcangeli, 26 - Prato. We recommend to be on time, in fact better get a few minutes in advance!

 


PARTNERS

Cultural Partners, Prato

Food + Partners, Prato

Media + Partners, Prato


Prato The MNR is curated by Elena Wagner Mazzoni (CCT-SeeCity) & Stefania Rinaldi  (CUT - Circuito Urbano Temporary).

Prato The MNR is organized by CCT-SeeCity with  CUT - Circuito Urbano Temporary  and with the contribution DHG Dyeing House Gallery . The creative were selected through the " PRATO: CALL for Creative Locals 2017 " - call  that was opened April 10 to 30 and received 19 proposals / nominations.

Prato The MNR is an event part of the program Prato Summer 2017 "  supported and promoted by the Culture of the City of Prato.

Contacts: events@cct-seecity.com | +39 366 9777735


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The WISE WORDS Midnight Run
May
6
to May 7

The WISE WORDS Midnight Run

THE WISE WORDS MIDNIGHT RUN.

To become a Midnight Runner is to return to simplicity, to entertain without entertainment, to trust in community and conversation, to rediscover our essential creative selves, to move through the city as a child moves through a maze – with adventure, curiosity and play.

For Wise Words 2017 this Midnight Run, in partnership with The Marlowe Theatre, will explore Canterbury at night.

Wise Words Aims to inspire wonder and encourage curiosity through offering innovative and often unexpected encounters with poetry and storytelling.

Wise Words Festival takes place from 28th April to 7th May in the stunning Secret Garden, a unique and magical site just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Canterbury’s busy high street. The festival offers 10 days of thought provoking talks, walks, performances, workshops, music and poetry. 

Join in on Wise Words Festival's Midnight Run on Saturday 6th May at 7pm.


 

FEATURED ARTISTS.

Facilitated by award winning poet, tutor and Midnight Runner, Andy Craven-Griffths

Sarah Davies - Improv Theatre practitioner

Gwendoline Grynfeld- Puppeteer 


 

How to join The WISE WORDS Midnight Run

Tickets can be bought online or at the Marlowe Box Office.

 

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PIAF 2017 Midnight Run
Mar
3
to Mar 4

PIAF 2017 Midnight Run

PIAF 2017 MIDNIGHT RUN.

Join the The Midnight Run and explore the streets of Perth as part of Perth International Arts Festival 2017

Inua Ellams teams up with Western Australia’s own playful theatre innovators, The Last Great Hunt, to create an interactive tour of discovery.

To become a Midnight Runner™ is to return to simplicity, to be entertained by real experiences of the city you never knew existed. Trust in your fellow travellers and the art of conversation to move through the city as a child moves through a maze – with natural play and wonderment.

Read more from Chris Isaacs of The Last Great Hunt about the collaboration


 

FEATURED ARTISTS.

Inua Ellams

More coming soon!
 


How to join The PIAF2017 Run? 

All Tickets $36

Please note: The ballot for tickets to The Midnight Run has now closed. If you have been successful in securing your ticket you will be notified by Friday 13 January. For any queries, please contact PIAF box office on 6488 5555 or boxoffice@perthfestival.com.au.

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Aug
21
12:00pm12:00pm

The Floating Cinema Midday Run

To date, there has only been one ever midday run, in Bristol, circa 2015. However, due to overwhelming requests for a more family-friendly Midnight Runs, we are developing and creating Midday Runs. Similar structures and formats as Midnight Runs, but during the day!

Commissioned by Up Projects and Floating Cinema, and led by the incredible Kit Caless, this event explores Hackney "from the wick to the wilderness" as a new financial hub. We will be discussing and exploring all things financial, all things money, in typical MNR interactive, artistic and inventive fashion.

Gathering strangers, local artists and activists to explore, play and create whilst the city has a Sunday snooze, this specially designed one-off event responds to London’s increasingly precarious status as a financial hub. Expect artists, outdoor games, friendly strangers and a new perspective on money matters. The walk will start and end at The Floating Cinema, East Bay Lane - A ten min walk from Hackney Wick overground, London

Bring comfortable shoes and expect to travel by foot between each artist-led activity.

Tickets: £12. Concessions: £10.50.
Purchase from here and see you there!

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Aug
19
5:45pm 5:45pm

The Luton Midnight Run

Facilitated by Vicky Wright, this event celebrates the artistic and cultural heritage of a part of the country popularly associated with the airport... but it is a hot-bed of raw talent, creativity and vitality. 

Artists on the night are: Painter: Sophie Gresswell, Arts facilitator: Fiona Martin, Musician: John Leckey, Storyteller: Hannah Kelly and Dancers: Adeyinka Akinrinade & Charity Muiruri.

Tickets Cost: £20/£15

Dress code: Comfortable shoes + sweater/jacket for the night! // Meeting Point: 5.45pm, outside The Hat Factory. At 6pm we will leave, so it’s important to be punctual! Bring With You: Money for food & drink (about £5 to pick up a snack along the way) // your favourite song on a phone or ipod, with a set of headphones // an old newspaper // an old empty bottle of water // an umbrella or waterproof if rain is a possibility // a healthy sense of adventure!

To purchase tickets, and for more info, please see Revoluton Arts.
 

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The Wandsworth Fringe Festival Midnight Run
May
14
6:00pm 6:00pm

The Wandsworth Fringe Festival Midnight Run

Healthy sense of adventure? Seeking experiences beyond the mainstream? Join The Midnight Run and explore the streets of London while the city sleeps!

The Wandsworth Fringe Midnight Run is a night-time, arts-filled, site-responsive walking tour through Nine Elms and beyond from 6pm to midnight.

The Midnight Run experience slows urban life to talking, playing and creating within various urban spaces. Because the event is for one night only with strangers, participants are afforded anonymity and can attend without any danger of judgement or consequence. By inviting artists of diverse practices to share their work, we encourage participants to step out of comfort zones and exercise their creative muscle. By inviting local artists who inform the route, we ensure what is experienced on the night is specific and true to the locality, the inhabitants and their environment.

The ground-breaking idea behind the Midnight Run is a return to simplicity, to entertain without entertainment, to trust in community and conversation, to rediscover our essential creative selves. 

This Midnight Run is facilitated by live artist and comedian Jonna Nummela.

Time: 17:45 pm | Tickets: £12.00 + £1.20 booking fee. Buy from here. | Further details: Here.

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The Paris Midnight Run
Sep
12
to Sep 13

The Paris Midnight Run

The Paris Midnight Run.

To celebrate 10 years of growing success, this Midnight Run falls under our ‘Light2015’ European tour featuring events in Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Paris and London. We are part of UNESCO’s (the intellectual strand of the United Nations) global International Year of Light series of events, and are raising funds to support Liter of Light– a sustainable lighting project which aims to bring eco-friendly solar bottle-bulbs to communities living in darkness. 50% of funds raised from tickets sold will go to lighting a women’s centre in Pikine, a village in Senegal.


FEATURED ARTISTS/ACTIVIST.

Kévi Donat. Tour Guide at Le Paris Noir.
Ulysse Mars. Singer/Songwriter.
Marie Bé. Journalist and Playwright.
Lola Peploe. Actress & Filmmaker.
Natalî Blanco. Photographer, Filmmaker.

LOCAL PARTNERS:

Shakespeare & Co
Le Comptoir Général
The Waxman Brothers. 

Facilitated by Inua Ellams and Andy Craven-Griffiths.


How to join The #MNRParis?
Buy your tickets: €20.00 (early bird) and €30.00* on Eventbrite. NOTE: the event is open to only 35 participants so reserve your ticktes quickly! Your €20/€30 will cover Midnight Run exclusive: Books, Pens, Stickers, Pins and above all, a donation to Litre of Light for the women's refuge in Senegal. // WE ARE ON FACEBOOK: here

DRESS CODE: Comfortable shoes + sweater/jacket for the night! // MEETING POINT Saturday 12 Sept 2015, 17.45, outside Shakespeare & Company, 37 rue de la Bûcherie, 75005 Paris, France. At 18.00 we will leave, so it’s important to be punctual! // BRING WITH YOU: Money for food and drink and a healthy sense of Adventure! // 

More details coming Soon!

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The Berlin Midnight Run
Aug
15
to Aug 16

The Berlin Midnight Run

The Berlin Midnight Run.

To celebrate 10 years of growing success, this Midnight Run falls under our ‘Light2015’ European tour featuring events in Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Paris and London. We are part of UNESCO’s (the intellectual strand of the United Nations) global International Year of Light series of events, and are raising funds to support Liter of Light– a sustainable lighting project which aims to bring eco-friendly solar bottle-bulbs to communities living in darkness. 50% of funds raised from tickets sold will go to lighting a women’s centre in Pikine, a village in Senegal.


Featured Artists.

Teija Vaittinen. Actress & drama teacher
Maria Olivieri. Poet & Cabaret Performer.
Dario Jacopo Laganà. Photojournalist.
Amelia Umuhire. Filmmaker.
Aida Bresoli & Tom McLean. Photographer & Drawing coach. 
 

Local Partners.

San Miguel Beer.
Bar Raval: Lübbener Str. 1, Kreuzberg.
Avantgardenlife: a herb sensory experience by Tash.
Barettino: Reuterstraße 59 in Neukölln.


How to join The #MNRberlin? 
Buy your tickets: €20.00 (early bird) and €30.00* on Eventbrite. NOTE: the event is open to only 35 participants so reserve your ticktes quickly! Your €20/€30 will cover Midnight Run exclusive: Books, Pens, Stickers, Pins and above all, a donation to Litre of Light for the women's refuge in Senegal. // WE ARE ON FACEBOOK: here

DRESS CODE: Comfortable shoes + sweater/jacket for the night! // MEETING POINT: Saturday 15 August 2015, 17.45. At Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (Mariannenplatz 2). At 18.00 we will leave, so it’s important to be punctual! // San Miguel will be providing food and documenting the Midnight Run Dinner Experience. Do not be camera shy! // BRING WITH YOU: Money for food and drink and a healthy sense of Adventure! // 

Facilitated by Founder of the Midnight Run, award winning artists: Inua Ellams.
More details coming Soon!

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The Epic London Midnight Run
Jul
18
to Jul 19

The Epic London Midnight Run

The London Midnight Run.

To celebrate 10 years of growing success, this Midnight Run falls under our ‘Light2015’ European tour featuring events in Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Paris and London. We are part of UNESCO’s (the intellectual strand of the United Nations) global International Year of Light series of events, and are raising funds to support Liter of Light– a sustainable lighting project which aims to bring eco-friendly solar bottle-bulbs to communities living in darkness. 50% of funds raised from tickets sold will go to lighting a women’s centre in Pikine, a village in Senegal.

The Midnight Run began in London and under this strand of events, we are creating a Mega Midnight Run. For the first time where, there will be FOUR SIMULTANEOUS events starting in North, South, East and West London and working with four incredible arts organisations.

The Albany Midnight Run supported by Apples & Snakes and Spread the Word.
Facilitated by Jonna Nummela

The Almeida Midnight Run
Facilitated Kit Caless

The Bush Theatre Midnight Run
Facilitated 
Imogen Butler-Cole

The Roundhouse Midnight Run
Facilitated Eleanor Fogg.

Tickets on sale now from each venue's box office.
Tickets are not interchangeable between venues. 

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The Ipswich Midnight Run
Jul
3
5:45pm 5:45pm

The Ipswich Midnight Run

The First ever Ipswich Midnight Run: 

A walking, arts and culture-inspired journey like no other, The IPSWICH Midnight Run is a unique opportunity to discover iconic spaces and explore different art forms while walking and talking. Join performance poet and adventurer Andy Craven-Griffiths and artists from a range of disciplines to experience the Town in a new light. For full information visit:
www.ip-lit.co.uk or www.ip-art.com or contact us.

Tickets £12 or £18 with a light bite.
Booking: Ipswich Tourist Information Centre, St Stephen’s Lane.
Mon-Sat 9am-4.30pm. Tel: 01473 258070 or email: tourist@ipswich.gov.uk.

VIDEO: Freddie Ward
PHOTOGRAPHY: Hannah Maynard
ROPE MAKER: Des Pawson
POET: Andy Bennett
DRAWING: David Baldry

Facilitated by Andy Craven Griffth

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The Madrid Midnight Run
Jun
20
to Jun 21

The Madrid Midnight Run

The Madrid Midnight Run.

To celebrate 10 years of growing success, this Midnight Run falls under our ‘Light2015’ European tour featuring events in Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Paris and London. We are part of UNESCO’s (the intellectual strand of the United Nations) global International Year of Light series of events, and are raising funds to support Liter of Light– a sustainable lighting project which aims to bring eco-friendly solar bottle-bulbs to communities living in darkness. 50% of funds raised from tickets sold will go to lighting a women’s centre in Pikine, a village in Senegal. A year after the first edition in the Spanish capital city (see PHOTOS & VIDEO), The MNR returns to Madrid – this time hosted by “Estación21” festival thanks to Chulapa Flow Productions.

HOW to JOIN The #MNRmadrid?

Sign up on Facebook and buy your ticket (30€) * on Eventbrite. For further information, email to: themidnightrun@gmail.com. Or call: +39 366 9777735. NOTE: the event is open to 35 participants, hurry up! The ticket includes: MNR tour & ART performances + MNR items + Dinner + Drink + Breakfast + donation to “Liter of Light”.

MNR DRESS CODE: comfortable shoes + sweater/jacket for the night! MEETING POINT: Saturday 20 June 2015, 17.45 @ KM 0 – Puerta del Sol, Madrid. At 17.45. We leave at 18:00, so be punctual!

LOCAL ARTISTS:

LOCAL PARTNERS:

  • Chulapa Flow Productionscultural organization, creator of “Estación21″ festival.
  • Free Eco-Tours Madrida way to know the city by meeting innovative and sustainable realities, especially in La Latina and Lavapiés.
  • Glissando: The unique Spanish guitar building school.
  • El Azul: From breakfast to dinner, a peaceful corner in Barrio de las Letras (Calle Fúcar 1).
  • El Cielo: the best from the market become delicious take-away food (Calle Fúcar 4).

Facilitated by Inua Ellams. Come with us!

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The Paris Midnight Run
Jun
12
5:45pm 5:45pm

The Paris Midnight Run

The 12th of June will see the first ever Paris Midnight Run! Commissioned by Maison de la Poésie (MdlP) under their Tandem project, this event will focus on a Paris-London relationship; on the relationship between the two cities. The ‘Mini’ Midnight Run - from 6pm to midnight - will work exclusively with Paris based London artists and that activities, following MdlP's mandate will have a strong literary focus. Tickets available from here. The artists are:

Facilitator - Inua Ellams.
Poet - Pascal Petit - www.pascalepetit.co.uk
Novelist - Adam Biles - www.adambiles.com
Photographer - Edouard Burgeat - www.edouardburgeat.com
Guide & Vocalist - Melody David - www.melodymeets.com
Actress - Lola Peploe

Partners:
Shakespeare & Co.
Facilitated by Inua Ellams

 

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The Last Word Midnight Run
May
29
5:45pm 5:45pm

The Last Word Midnight Run

Commissioned as part of The Roundhouse's Last Word Festival, this six-hour MNR will focus on celebrating poetry and spoken word, and will serve as a taster to the Summer Mega Midnight Run event. Tickets cost £12:50 and are available directly from the Roundhouse here. The artists are:

Poet: Keith Jarret - http://zoneonetosix.blogspot.co.uk
Photographer: Wayne Thomas - www.waynethomas.co.uk
Singer Theatre Maker: Rhys Cook - www.oberonwhite.com
Musician: Eden Roxx - www.soundcloud.com/edenroxx
Filmmaker: Stuart Sutton.

Facilitated by Inua Ellams

 

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The Roma Midnight Run
May
23
to May 24

The Roma Midnight Run

The Roma Midnight Run.

To celebrate 10 years of growing success, this Midnight Run falls under our ‘Light2015’ European tour featuring events in Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Paris and London. We are part of UNESCO’s (the intellectual strand of the United Nations) global International Year of Light series of events, and are raising funds to support Liter of Light– a sustainable lighting project which aims to bring eco-friendly solar bottle-bulbs to communities living in darkness. 50% of funds raised from tickets sold will go to lighting a women’s centre in Pikine, a village in Senegal.

Detailed information on local artists, starting points, price, partners and features and tickets can be found here. This event will be Facilitated by the founder, Inua Ellams.

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The Midnight Meet Up.
Mar
18
7:30pm 7:30pm

The Midnight Meet Up.

After Over 600 midnight runners, 130 artists, 7 cities and 4 countries, this year, THE MIDNIGHT RUN turns ten years old! The simple concept of walking, talking and exploring a city with 35 or so strangers, led by 5 artists, has quietly grown into a grassroots international movement, on the verge of going global. 

To celebrate our 10th birthday we’d like to invite past MNRunners and artists to meet, screen our favourite event highlights, share some special memories, give informal feedback on past events, share exciting plans we have coming up this summer and explain various ways of getting involved!

We will have:  Interactive workshop taster intro to Midnight Run activities, official announcement about 2015's 10 year anniversary European events, more in depth news about London's events, featured speakers sharing memories: Previous MNR contributing artist, & MNR attendee and finish with drinks and chit chat. Book your tickets from here: https://eventbrite.com/event/16066280678/

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The London Midnight Run
Aug
16
to Aug 17

The London Midnight Run

The London Midnight Run in collaborations with People Brands Events and by Vita Coco. Facilitated by Inua Ellams.

Artists:
Poet - Andy craven-griffiths
Musician - TJ Owusu
TaiChi - Amaia Arbizu
Photographer - Oliver Holms
Filmmakers - Michael & Katie Garrett

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The Madrid Midnight Run
Jul
26
to Jul 27

The Madrid Midnight Run

The Madrid Midnight Run, in collaboration with CCT. Facilitated by Eleanor Mazzoni-Wagner. More details: Here

STREET ARTIST - Ciril Vidal
POET, SONGWRITER & GUITARIST - Paco Cifuentes
VIDEOMAKERS - Stefano Caprile & Alejandra Cano
PHOTOGRAPHER - Pasquale Caprile  (Lomography Ambassador Spain)
+ SURPRISE GUEST: Rozalén (SINGER)

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The Mini Christmas Midnight Run
Dec
6
5:45pm 5:45pm

The Mini Christmas Midnight Run

Commissioned by Southbank Centre, This Midnight Run celebrates the spirit of giving and the and the wintry time of year. Wrap up warm! Tickets here . Special thanks to Afia Yeboah.

Artists:
Poet - Andy  craven-griffiths
Light painter - Michael  Petiafo
Photographer - yemisi  Blake
Film Maker - Katie  Garrett
Music Leader - Rahel  Debebe - Dessalegne

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The Ideas Tap Midnight Run
Aug
16
to Aug 17

The Ideas Tap Midnight Run

The Ideas Tap Midnight Run. In collaboration with Ideas Tap and PUMA. Facilitated by Inua Ellams.

Artists:
Filmmaker - Ben  Garfield
Light painter - Michael  Petiafo
Storyteller - Gemma O'Meara 
Tai chi master - Amaia  Arbizu 
Photographer  - Sonia  Sharma

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The Superhero Midnight Run.
Jun
13
to Jun 14

The Superhero Midnight Run.

Commissioned by poet Nick Makoha, This Midnight Run was designed to celebrate themes from his play 'My father and other superhero.' Facilitated by Inua Ellams. More details here.

Artists:
Musician: Randolph Matthews
Poet: Nick Makoha
Photographer: Wayne Thomas
Illustrator: Ada Jusic & Arianna Corradi

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The Barcelona Midnight Run
Jun
8
to Jun 9

The Barcelona Midnight Run

The Barcelona Midnight Run. Facilitated by Inua Ellams, in collaboration with CCT. More details here.

Artists:
Dancer - Sheila Ruiz
Storyteller - Tania Muñoz
Artists - Mono & Peca
Artist - Maxó Rennella
MUSICIANS - Wiggum
photographer - Jonathan Edery
Videomakers- Emmanuelle Martin 
             + Ismael Guillermo Ordaz Reyes

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The Islington Word Festival Midnight Run
May
18
to May 19

The Islington Word Festival Midnight Run

The Islington Word Festival Midnight Run, Commissioned by The Islington Word Festival: http://wordfestivalislington.co.uk. In collaboration with Spread The Word: http://www.spreadtheword.org.uk for further details, prices and ticket information, go here

ARTISTS:
Poet - Jay Bernard
Illustrator -  Willa Gebbie
Theatre - Anne Tipton 
Photographer - Marita Pappa
Film Maker - Fergus Dingle

 

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The Tate Modern Midnight Run
Sep
22
5:45pm 5:45pm

The Tate Modern Midnight Run

Commissioned by the Merger Festival, The Tate Modern Midnight Run will celebrate communities in South London more details here.

Artists:
Musicians - Akinori Fujimoto & Mikey Kirkpatrick
Poet - Malika Booker
Writer - Christina Mbakwe
Theatre Maker - Mia Truelove
Photographer - Tommo Photo

Facilitator: Inua Ellams.

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