Marketing the Arts
City of London Sinfonia – CLoSer: Émigré – Ljova
When: 29th April 2015 Where: Village Underground Info: “A modern-day tale of immigration from Russia to the USA, Ljova’s musician parents moved from Moscow to New York as communism fell in 1990.” For more info click here
Aspect – Winds of Change
When: 26th March 2015 Where: 20th Century Theatre Info: “Three masterpieces of the chamber wind repertoire by three epoch-making composers.” For more info click here
Royal Museums Greenwich – Membership
Become a Member today and share your interests with like-minded people. Membership benefits include: Free entry to Cutty Sark Free entry to Planetarium shows, Flamsteed Houseand Meridian Courtyard at the Royal Observatory Free fast-track entry to all special exhibitions Personal invitations to private views and an exciting programme of Members’ events 10% discounts in our shops, cafés […]
Royal Festival Hall – Budapest Festival Orchestra
When: 20th May 2015 Where: Royal Festival Hall Info: “Hear the orchestra perform with their musical director Iván Fischer and pianist Maria João Pires in Royal Festival Hall.” For more info click here
Southbank Centre – Yannick Nezet-Seguin & Philadelphia Orchestra
When: 6th June 2015 Where: Royal Festival Hall Info: “Hear one of the US’s top orchestras perform Tchaikovsky, plus Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.3 with Emanuel Ax.” For more info click here
GSCU – Brahms German Requiem, Morten Lauridsen Lux Aeterna
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Comedy Club 4 Kids
When: Saturdays 8 & 22 Mar, 5 & 19 Apr. 12.30pm Where: Soho Theatre Info: ‘Top quality comedy for children, their parents and anybody who likes humour without the rude words.’ Time Out For more info click here
Affordable Art Fair Battersea 2015
When: 12th-15th March 2015 Where: Battersea Info: “This spring we’re back in Battersea with 112 galleries offering an array of original artworks from over 1,100 artists.” For more info click here
John Gray & Will Self: is free will an illusion?
When: 18th March 2015 Where: Islington Assembly Hall Info: “In his new book, The Soul of the Marionette, political philosopher John Gray draws together the religious, philosophical and fantastical traditions that question the very idea of human freedom. Meditating on everything from cybernetics to fairground marionettes, he asks whether human freedom is a comforting delusion, or […]
Unicorn Theatre – Velveteen Rabbit
When: 28th March – 26th April 2015 Where: Unicorn Theatre Info: “Join us for the return of hit show The Velveteen Rabbit, a heart-warming story about a very shy toy rabbit who longs for nothing more than to become real.” For more info click here
February Photo of the Month
The winners for Flyering photo of the month, Feb 2015, are… Congratulations to you all. Come to the office to pick up your prizes!
Southbank Centre – Spring Remembrance
When: 13th April 2015 Where: Purcell Room at the Queen Elizabeth Hall Info: “This year’s Spring Remembrance Concert marks the 100th anniversary of the tragic events that befell Armenian people.” For more info click here
Get In the Back of the Van @ Soho Theatre
When: March 31 – April 12 2015 Where: Soho Theatre, London, 9.30pm Info: “Number 1, The Plaza is a souvenir album from a joyride through extravaganza, cabaret, reality, live art, theatre and filth.” For more info click here
L’Orchestra Du Monde @ Cadogan Hall
When: 19th May 2015 Where: Cadogan Hall Info: “L’Orchestre du Monde brings together some of the finest international musicians to promote and support humanitarian causes. Members of the orchestra are soloists, members of string quartets and chamber ensembles and principals from the world’s greatest orchestras.” For more info click here
Open Submissions for London Art Exhibition (UCH)
This exhibition will be running from April 16th – June 3rd in London. The exhibition is being put together by Gitoon, an online arts publishing platform, in partnership with University College Hospital (UCH). The idea is to create a one-of-a-kind exhibition where the artists themselves get to decide which pieces of work will be shown. It’s […]
Britten Sinfonia – James MacMillan’s St Luke Passion
When: 5th April 2015 Where: Barbican Info: “Britten Sinfonia continues its close relationship with Scottish composer James MacMillan with Easter performances of his St Luke Passion which takes as its starting point the passage in the Gospel of Luke describing the suffering and death of Jesus.” For more info click here
Arts Depot – Violetta’s Last Tango
When: 28th March 2015 Where: Arts Depot Info: “Following a sell-out at Kings Place, this operatic dance drama comes to artsdepot. Starring operatic soprano Ann Liebeck, west-end star Arthur Kyeyune (Lion King, Porgy & Bess) with tango couple David and Kim Benitez, and Cuban jazz violinist Omar Puente’s guest tango band.” For more info click […]
Candoco – The Show Must Go On
When: 20 March – 21 March 2015 Where: Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R 4TN Info: “…performed at La Francia Si Muove Dance Festival, 2004. Choreographed by Jerome Bel.” For more info click here
BAC – Fiction
When: 3-21 Mar 2015 Where: Battersea Arts Centre Info: “You are invited to a lecture. You know that the subject is probably important and it would be useful to hear what the speaker has to say but you can’t keep your eyes open.” For more info click here
BBC Concert Orchestra – Changing Britain: Conflict & Healing
When: 22nd Mar 2015 Where: Queen Elizabeth Hall Info: “Hear music from aristo-soap Brideshead Revisited, George Fenton’s score for Ken Loach’s revivifying tale of the Spanish Civil War, Land and Freedom, Richard Rodney Bennett’s Saxophone Concerto for Stan Getz and more.” For more info click here