Marketing the Arts
AAF – Battersea Autumn 15
When: 22n – 25th Oct 2015 Where: Battersea Info: “Get ready to add a splash of art to your walls as the Affordable Art Fair returns to Battersea Park this October.” For more info click here
Unicorn Theatre – RAW
When: 16th & 17th Oct 2015 Where: Unicorn Theatre Info: “Raw is a dance piece about playing, dreaming and pretending.” For more info click here
The Place – H2DANCE – Staging Ages
When: 16th & 17th Oct 2015 Where: The Place Info: “When do we stop being children or feeling young?H2DANCE returns to The Place with Staging Ages, their latest piece created in collaboration with a cast of five dancers aged nine to 65…” For more info click here
Wellcome Collection – Ann Veronica Janssens
When: 15 October 2015 – 3 January 2016 Where: The Wellcome Collection Info: “This new installation by Ann Veronica Janssens explores light and colour as she invades the gallery with coloured mist…” For more info click here
CLS – Venice: Darkness to Light
When: 14th Oct 2015 Where: Southwark Cathedral Info: “Join us in the historic surroundings of Southwark Cathedral as we bring to life the sounds of one of the most romantic cities in the world.” For more info click here
Roundhouse – Low
When: 10th Oct 2015 Where: The Roundhouse Info: “Low will headline the Roundhouse this October following the release of their forthcoming studio album Ones and Sixes.” For more info click here
The Place – Paradise Lost
When: 9th Oct 2015 Where: The Place Info: “Catch a brief introduction to Milton by Dr Hannah Crawforth and a short history of Paradise Lost in performance by Dr Puck Fletcher, followed by a conversation between the two.” For more info click here
Tricycle Theatre – A Wolf In Snakeskin Shoes
When: Thu 8 Oct 2015 – Sat 14 Nov 2015 Where: Tricycle Theatre Info: “Award-winning playwright Marcus Gardley returns to the Tricycle Theatre following 2014’s critically-acclaimed The House That Will Not Stand. This fresh take on Molière’s Tartuffe, set in a world of fast-food tycoons and megachurches is a wicked new comedy that rocks the foundations of […]
BBC LPG – Henryk Gorecki Total Immersion
When: 3rd Oct 2015 Where: Barbican Info: A day of concerts and talks featuring the life and music of Henryk Górecki For more info click here
Southbank Centre – London Literature Festival
When: Monday 28 September 2015 – Monday 12 October 2015 Where: Southbank Centre Info: “Stories are vessels which take us into the uncharted waters of other lives and minds and worlds, changing us along the way. We come to literature so it can tell us something we don’t already know…” For more info click here
London Sinfonietta – Feldman: For Samuel Beckett
When: Saturday 10 October 2015 Where: St John Smith’s Square Info: “The soaring 300-year-old arches of St John’s Smith Square are the backdrop for this absorbing opening to the season.” For more info click here
Barbican – Backstage at Biscuit Land
When: Today! 22 – 26 September 2015 Where: The Pit Info: “Jess Thom has Tourettes, a condition that makes her say ‘biscuit’ 16,000 times a day. Her unusual neurology gives her a unique perspective on life; one she’s about to unleash on the world.” For more info click here
Cogency – Political Mother
When: Wed 7 & Thu 8 Oct 2015 Where: O2 Academy Brixton Info: “This October, 40 dancers and musicians will rock one of London’s most iconic music venues, as Shechter’s smash hit show returns to the capital for one last time.” For more info click here
ExCathedra – Rachmaninov
When: 27th Sept 2015 Where: Milton Court, Barbican, London Info: “Glowing with radiant Russian Orthodox spirituality, Rachmaninoff’s Vespers are powerfully atmospheric, a rich choral tapestry with awesome sonorities.” For more info click here
Wellcome Collection – Why Music?
When: Friday 25 September – Sunday 27 September 2015 Where: Wellcome Collection Info: “Why Music? will explore the power of music, over three days of live music, discussion and one-off programmes and events.” For more info click here
TRSE – Etienne Sisters
When: Thu 10th Sep – Sat 3rd Oct 2015 Where: Theatre Royal Stratford East Info: “World premiere of a brand new British production, exploring what it means to be part of a family today.” For more info click here
Our Country’s Good @ National Theatre – Reviews
‘’Our Country’s Good’ is a great laugh out loud experience with brilliant breaking the 4th wall moments. However it does have a serious side as it examines the lives of the first convicts and their jailers as they strive to make the most of Australia in the 1700’s. A must see experience, would fully recommend […]
St James’s Theatre – The Other Mozart
When: 8 – 19 September 2015 Where: St James’s Theatre Info: “The Other Mozart is the true, untold story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus – a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history.” For more […]
National Theatre – Jane Eyre
When: 8th Sept 2015 – 10th January 2016 Where: Lyttelton Theatre Info: “Almost 170 years on, Charlotte Brontë’s story of the trailblazing Jane is as inspiring as ever. This bold and dynamic production uncovers one woman’s fight for freedom and fulfilment on her own terms.” For more info click here
Tricycle Theatre – A Brimful of Asha
When: 8-19th Sept 2015 Where: Tricycle Theatre For more info click here