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Benedetti, Elschenbroich, Grynyuk Trio
Where: St John’s Smith Square When: 11th Feb, 7:30pm Info:  This is a sensational new opportunity to hear Nicola Benedetti’s International Chamber Music debut as she plays two glorious piano masterworks alongside her critically acclaimed musical trio. Performing melodic and innovative signature works that display the multifaceted and polished collaborations of personality displayed by the […]
Kurtag’s Kafka: Fragments Up Close
Where: Royal Festival Hall When: 7th Feb, 3pm Info: Anu Komsi (soprano) & Patricia Kopatchinskaja (violin) are set to create an unforgettable musical experience as they present an intimate performance, offering you the opportunity to occupy the choir stalls as they perform facing you. Taking place as part of the Southbank Centre’s Changing Minds (link […]
Southbank Centre; International Organ Series – David Titterington
Where: Royal Festival Hall When: 8th Feb, 7:30pm Info: The international concert organist David Titterington returns to the Southbank Centre’s very own Royal Festival Hall for an unmissable evening of entertainment where he presents two phenomenal works that are true highlights in his organ repertoire. From 6.15pm at Royal Festival Hall you are invited to […]
Changing Minds Festival
Where: The Southbank Centre When: 6th & 7th Feb Info:  An in-depth and interactive weekend long event hosted by the Southbank Centre, looking into mental health and its many connections to the art world, this festival hosts talks, debates, music, performance and art. As well as ticketed events there are also many free things going […]
London Symphony Orchestra – Pavel Haas Quartet: Residency
Where: Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s When: 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th Feb – 1pm Info: The multi-award winning Pavel Haas Quartet take up and in-house LSO St Luke’s residency as they present four fantastic lunchtime concerts, as part of the BBC Radio 3’s lunchtime sponsored events. The rapport between the musicians is described as […]
London Sinfonietta – The Journey Between Us
Where: Southwark Playhouse When: 11th & 12th Feb, 7:30pm Info: London Sinfonietta present a profound and powerful night of music and storytelling, the amalgamation of their week long residency at Southwark Playhouse, they celebrate with two nights of intimate short stories and poignant musical interludes. Including new work by RPS award winning Samantha Fernando that […]
Pink Mist- Bush Theatre
Pink Mist Where; The Bush Theatre When; 21st Jan- 13th Feb Info; “Fearlessly lyrical in its imagery” (The Times), this critically acclaimed show presents a dream-like physical language that sings with love, grief and friendship. This unmissable story is a never before seen insight into the real lives of ex-service men, as they share the […]
Herons- Lyric Hammersmith
Herons Where; Lyric Hammersmith When;  Now Showing- Until 13th Feb Info; Thoroughly insightful, ‘Herons is both a portrayal of brutalised no-hopers and a witty hymn for hope.’ The uncomfortable tale of adolescent violence tragically suffered by the young due to local bullies – humiliated beyond endurance, this is the tale of those finally pushed to […]
The Mother- Tricycle Theatre
The Mother Where; Tricycle Theatre When; 21st Jan- 5th March Info; ‘ A compelling and moving production that will leave you questioning the very nature of reality’ this unmissable performance By Florian Zeller, is in a new translation by Christopher Hampton
. Presented by TRICYCLE THEATRE a THEATRE ROYAL BATH production. A fantastic story of humanity, […]
Camille O’Sullivan
Camille O’Sullivan Where; Roundhouse London When; 31st Jan, 7pm. Info; ‘Whether singing a Jacques Brel lullaby or dramatically interpreting the songs of Nick Cave, singer, actress Camille O’Sullivan makes every song her own. She has stunned audiences around the world with her extraordinary voice, expressive narration and emotional power. Dark, fierce, amusing and mesmerizing, the […]
Britten Sinfonia- At Lunch
Britten Sinfonia– At Lunch Where; Wigmore Hall When; 20th Jan 1pm Info; Join Britten Sinfonia in their celebration of emerging classical musicians. The second of their series of At Lunch concerts that couples exquisite established works alongside world premieres and emerging artists. You can help support this pioneering program… Be part of something special. Be […]
La Soirée- Southbank Centre
Where; The Southbank Centre When; Now Showing- Ends 17th Jan Info; There is still time to kick off 2016 in style, catch the theatrical phenomenon La Soirée, which is back for another awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping and downright unmissable run at the Spiegeltent, this show is definitely not one to be missed, must end 17th Jan. La […]
Vertical- Le Patin Libre
Somerset House & Daance Umbrella Present; Vertical By Le Patin Libre Where; Somerset House When; Now showing until 16th Jan Info; Renegade skaters, cutting edge Ice Dance… This January you can watch the award-winning Canadian quintet carve the ice with their signature blend of technical skill and cutting edge style.  In Vertical, the second half […]
Around the World in 80 Days
Around the World in 80 Days Where: St. James Theatre When: Now Showing- Ends 17th Jan Info: Make sure you don’t miss this fabulous rendition of the much loved story, Phileas Fogg’s Around the World in 80 Days. This classic tale of exploration, culture, and mystery is fun for all the family and set to […]
RSC Shakespeare on Screen – Barbican
RSC Shakespeare on Screen Where: Barbican When: 9th – 31st Jan Info: Kick off the New Year with a film season of William Shakespeare’s most spectacular plays at the cinema. Brought to you by the Barbican and performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company (and their extraordinary company of actors). Showcasing a plethora of talent, check […]
Blame the brain: How neurononsense and psychobabble keep women in their place
Blame the brain: How neurononsense and psychobabble keep women in their place Where: Royal Institution When: 20th Jan 7pm Info: A brilliant discussion into science today. This talk aims to offer ways of rooting out the neurotrash and stamping out the neurosexism. Debating the long history of biological sex differences and their part in determining […]
Dark Matter and Dinosaurs: The Astounding Interconnectedness of the Universe
Dark Matter and Dinosaurs: The Astounding Interconnectedness of the Universe Where: Royal Institution When: 11th Jan 7pm Info: Lisa Randall presents an intriguing discussion of two of the most infamous elements of earth as we know it. Beginning with the story of Big Bang theory, cosmological inflation, the makeup of the universe and our solar […]
International Orchestra Series; Gustavo Dudamel – Southbank Center
International Orchestra Series- Southbank Center Where: Royal Festival Hall When: 14th Jan 7:30pm Gustavo Dudamel – Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela Stravinsky Info: In a spectacular all-Stravinsky programme, Gustavo Dudamel leads the phenomenal Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela in an unmissable concert performed upon their return to their London home. You are invited […]
SKATE- Somerset House
SKATE – Somerset Somerset House Where: Somerset House When: Ends 10th Jan Info: So there is still just about time to celebrate the end of this festive season is style this January, SKATE at Somerset house is open until the 10th Jan, so don’t miss out on your chance to see and slide around on […]
You For Me For You- Royal Court Theatre
You For Me For You- Royal Court Theatre When: Now Open Until 9th Jan Where: Royal Court Theatre “-Trees don’t have ears. -How are you so sure?” Info: The UK Premiere of You For Me For You debuts at the Royal Court Theatre. A story of two sisters Minhee and Junhee who are torn apart […]