Euphonia Studio presents Hand and Mind, an a pop-up exhibition at The Drayton Arms Theatre, Kensington, featuring artwork by renowned theatre and opera director Sir Jonathan Miller. His sculptures and mixed media pieces - strong Modernist assemblages of found objects both mudane and extraordinary - are here curated and shown in an appropriately theatrical setting that highlights their bold shapes and textures. Drawing on Miller's interest on reflection (the subject of an exhibition he curated at the National Gallery in 1998) Hand and Mind also features acutely observed mirror-drawings by The Lake Twins, London-based sisters whose work has been exhibited and archived in galleries, heritage sites, educational institutions and private collections globally since graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design in 2012. Recent exhibitions include displays at Turner's House, Twickenham and Lights of Soho. (http://www.thelaketwins.co.uk). Hand and Mind also features pieces by Euphonia Studio's Artistic Director, Alisdair Kitchen, whose work as a director benefits from Miller's mentorship. Works will include art inspired by and derived from his recent designs for Britten's opera The Turn Of The Screw (for the Rye Arts Festival). The exhibition is followed each evening by performances of a Chekhov Triple Bill - short tragicomedies (The Proposal, The Evils of Tobacco and The Bear) adapted and directed by Alisdair Kitchen. Visit www.euphoniastudio.com for further details.