Chris Nash will be talking about his long career creating beautiful images of dance for the likes of the Royal Ballet, Rambert Dance and Michael Clark.
Chris has been photographing dance and performance since leaving Goldsmiths School Of Art in 1980, where he studied Fine Art. Described by The Guardian as "Our most imaginative interpreter of Dance", he has held over 70 one man exhibitions of his work worldwide, including at the V & A museum London and the Kennedy Centre, Washington.
Doors open at 7:15pm, with the talk starting at 7:30pm.
Tickets cost £10.
There are bursary places available - please email [email protected] for more details