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No’s Knife
Where; The Old Vic When; 29th Sept – 15th Oct ‘Where would I go, if I could go, who would I be if I could be, what would I say, if I had a voice, who says this, saying it’s me?’ Info; A lone figure. A voice searching in the dark for who it is [...]
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
Where; National Theatre When; Now open – 1st Oct Info; A musical play about losing your virginity and finding yourself. This funny and fresh show depicts the tales of teenage-hood from lust to love, life to death all over the space of just one day. Six girls are tangled in the traumas of everyday life [...]
London Philharmonic Orchestra – Romantic Symphony
Where; Royal Festival Hall When; 28th Sept, 7:30pm Info; Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony is paired with Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto. Described as ‘amongst the most magical beginnings in all music.’ The London Philharmonic Orchestra invite you to join them in an unforgettable evenings entertainment.  So sit back and enjoy a noble counterpart to Beethoven’s brilliant First [...]
Royal Academy – GalleriesNow Mayfair & St James’s Gallery map
Where; Mayfair & St James’s Gallery map When; Out Now THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS LAUNCHES THE MAYFAIR AND ST. JAMES’S MAP Info; A complimentary map highlighting the area of Mayfair and St. James’s, one of the oldest and most important arts quarters in the world. From Pall Mall and Piccadilly to the north of [...]
Things I Know To Be True
Where; Lyric Hammersmith When; 10th Sept – 1st Oct ‘Tender, physical and deeply relatable’ – Guardian |Info; A funny and bold production, depicting the life of a family through the eyes of four grown siblings struggling to define themselves beyond their parent’s expectations. This tale of love, truth and consciousness is both beautifully touching, complex [...]
Attached – Magmanus
Where; Stratford Circus When; 22nd – 24th Sept, 7:45pm Touring the UK for the first time Attached is a fast-paced, energetic and funny circus performance from Swedish company Magmanus. Info; As this impressively skilful duo exhibit their acrobatic agility, it quickly becomes clear that they are hopelessly connected. When one falls, the other one flies. [...]
London Philharmonic Orchestra – Jurowski and Benedetti
Where; Royal Festival Hall When; 23rd Sept, 7:30pm Info; Join London Philharmonic Orchestra in their new season, which bursts to life with a magical evening of Debussy, Szymanowski and Bartók. Beginning the evening with the dazzling Nicola Benedetti, as she performs Szymanowski’s two Violin Concertos No.1 and No.2, whose radiance will only be continued by [...]
Southbank Centre – The Virtual Orchestra
Where; Royal Festival Hall When; 23rd Sept – 2nd Oct Info; This autumn the Southbank Centre are pushing the boundaries between music and technology, creating an unforgettable experience that merges state of the art technology with the superb musical brilliance of the Philharmonic Orchestra. You can find everything from family workshops to 360 degree experiences, [...]
London Symphony Orchestra – Verdi Requiem
Where; Barbican Hall When; 18th & 20th Sept, 7:30pm Info; You are warmly invited to join LSO and principal guest conductor Gianandrea Noseda for their 2016/17 season opening concert at the Barbican. Kicking off an exciting season of concerts, this bold conductor skilfully yet elegantly brings together orchestra, soloists and chorus for Verdi’s Requiem. Plus [...]
Darbar Festival
Where; Southbank Centre When; 16th – 18th Sept Info; Come to Darbar Festival and explore some of the finest improvised music in the world. If you have never been to an Indian classical concert, then join us. Described as a truly profound and deeply touching experience this all-inclusive weekend covers the widest variety of Indian [...]
Unlimited Festival
Where; Southbank Centre When; 6th – 11th Sept Info; This September sees the much­-anticipated return of Unlimited -  Southbank Centre’s festival that celebrates the artistic vision and originality of disabled artists. This phenomenal festival celebrates diversity and accessibility like no other. There is no better place to be for a festival of theatre, dance, music, [...]
Medicine, what now?
Where; Wellcome Collection When; 10th Sept From the global to the microbial, from the complex to the surprisingly simple – what does the medical frontier hold for us? Info; With a huge selection of talks, tours and trails to follow this is not only an educational gallery drop in, but an insight into the future. [...]
Homo Deus: The future of humanity
Where; Royal Institution When; 10th Sept, 2:30pm ‘Homo Deus will shock you. It will entertain you. Above all, it will make you think in ways you had not thought before’ – Daniel Kahneman Info; In the twenty-first century, there will be many revolutions… In technology, in economics, in politics. But for the first time in history, [...]
How are memories made?
Royal Institution 6th Sept, 7:00pm The brain has billions of neurons interconnected by trillions of synapses.  It is at these synapses where memories are made. This lecture explores the ground breaking new technologies and research that help us to understand how memories are made. How are memories made?
Adler & Gibb
Where; Unicorn Theatre When;  Now open – 3rd Sept ‘Theatrically and intellectually ambitious’ – whatsonstage Info; This fascinating production tells the story of a raid; a raid on a house, a life, an identity, a reality and a legacy. Coming to the Unicorn after its smash hit series at the Royal Court in 2014, this [...]
Africa Utopia
Where; Southbank Centre When; 31st Aug – 4th Sept Discover art and ideas from Africa that are changing the world. Info; Join the Southbank Centre as their sensational Africa Utopia festival returns for a fourth year. Dedicating five days to the very best in live music, theatre, dance, talks, workshops, fashion and not forgetting food [...]
Mandela Trilogy
Where; Southbank Centre When; 31st Aug – 3rd Sept The life of Nelson Mandela, brought to the stage in an epic operatic tribute. Info; The Wales Millennium Centre and Cape Town Opera present the story of one of the world’s most iconic figures. This stunning, dynamic and jazz-fuelled production is a true celebration of freedom [...]
Curtain Call
Where; Roundhouse When; 6th – 29th August ‘You’ll be engulfed by images – a captive, but also a creator. It’s amazing what exciting things happen on both sides of the curtain’. Info; Experience the incredible 360-degree installation celebrating the Roundhouse’s 50th anniversary. You are invited to step inside a stunning immersive installation.  Once inside you [...]
States of Mind
Where; Wellcome Collection When; Until 16th Oct #statesofmind After the huge success of This is a Voice, we wanted to take the time to remind you that the second part of the immersive, unmissable States of Mind exhibition is open and free as always to the public at the Wellcome Collection. Exploring the edges of [...]
1418 NOW
Where; Various Locations. When; Now open Info;  1418 is well under way and this summer is no exception, jam packed with extraordinary arts experience, commemorating and connecting people with the First World War. Across London and the UK new commissioned art works have been realised and released into the public realm, alongside contemporary performances, gigs, [...]