Drawing on his new book, journalist and author Sathnam Sanghera traces the legacies of the British empire around the world. Part of the Southbank Centre’s You Belong Here season, which explores why we all feel the very human need to belong in our communities and our spaces. Inspired by the unsung stories and forgotten trailblazers celebrated in the Hayward Gallery exhibition Tavares Strachan: There Is Light Somewhere, it takes its name from one of Strachan’s text-based neon sculptures installed on the outside of the gallery.  The whole of the Southbank Centre site comes to life with more new commissions by Strachan, alongside free public art by Florence Blanchard, Serena Brown, Joe Caslin, Artur Conka, Denman+Gould, Yinka Ilori, Suzie Larke and Hank Willis Thomas – and Jeppe Hein’s much-loved Appearing Rooms fountain returns for some respite from the (hopefully!) sunny weather. On-stage, the Southbank will celebrate stories from all over the world, with discussions on British identity, and a wide range of music, poetry, conversation and performance.