A hub for all the creative talent on campus!

Project X

A hub for all the creative talent on campus!
UPDATE 17 MARCH 2020: Project X and KCLSU will not be holding any events until the earliest May 1st 2020 in line with government advice. We are not yet planning events past May 1st but will be reviewing and assessing the situation as it progresses. Many thanks and stay stafe. 
We're holding a series of events and we want you to be involved - from art exhibitions to film screenings, open mics to creative workshops. Whether you are a budding artist or performer and need some support or funding to put on an event, or you have 10 minutes to spare in between lectures, there is something for everyone to get involved with
A hub for all the creative talent on campus!

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If you love all things film, tv & cinema then why not come along to our free Xtend screenings?

Every Tuesday from 10am in KCLSU Ground floor Bush House South East Wing.

Got something you’ve made you want to show or a film you’d love to watch on a big screen? Let us know! If not then pop in on a Tuesday, sit back in our Fatboys and enjoy the show!


Do you love art, photography and design?

Then come and check out Project X! We have weekly Xhibits across Bush House, Denmark Hill & Guy’s.

We’ll be showcasing some brilliant work from King’s artists and photographers! Is this you or a friend? Let us know we want to see your art!


Actors, dancers, comedians, poets or musicians of all levels take to the stage at The Shack!

Everyone is welcome, whether you’re established, just starting out or simply want to hang out and be part of the crowd.

And it’s all completely free!

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Project X Artists, Creators and Performers

Become an artist!

If you’re a performer, artist or have ideas about what you’d like to see or put on in our spaces, we would love to hear from you!

"Project X has been instrumental in encouraging me to freely explore and experiment with new sounds and styles. Networking and collaborating with other artists while not being restricted to a student society’s collective vision also has its perks."

KCL alumni