Marketing the Arts
Southbank Centre – Literary Death Match
Where; Royal Festival Hall When; 26th April – 7:30pm Info; A night of smarts, laughs and absurdity, the Writers Wrangle promises to be a night of electric writing.  You have the chance to hear four of the very best in the literary game, as they battle against each other to read the very best they [...]
The Chairs
Where; Stratford Circus When; 28th & 29th April Info; Ingenious. Abstract. Absurd. The Chairs is a ground-breaking and avant-garde theatre production that centres on the lives of an elderly couple who are frantically preparing chairs to welcome a procession of invisible guests to their isolated home.  This is an uncertain space where anarchy, ageing and [...]
The House of in Between
Where; Theatre Royal Stratford East When; 8th – 30th April Info; What if the thing you most wanted meant giving up everything you are? An unforgettable story about lies, love and life. Stratford East open their doors into an eclectic, fresh play, set in contemporary India.  This cultural show stopper promises to both warm your [...]
The Invisible Night Sky
Where; Royal Institution When; 14th April – 6:00pm Info; Do you have questions about the universe; do you wonder what is really out there?  If so, then come on down to this all-inclusive family event at the Royal Institution.  Gazing at the night sky with our eyes or telescopes reveals twinkling stars and far away [...]
Southbank Centre – Urban 2016
Where; Southbank Centre When; Now Open – Until 10th April Info; This is your one stop shop to everything you need to know about Urban living in London today. ‘Find out how city environments inspire people to become athletes and artists at Urban.  All the family can come and explore Southbank Centre’s own concrete playground.’ [...]
Les Blancs @ National Theatre – Reviews
Powerfully staged, this thoughtful production of ‘Les Blancs’ at the National Theatre explores a painful and contested subject. The sharply written dialogue between characters brings to life ongoing debates on the impact and historicisation of colonialism. A strong cast and exceptional lead performance by Danny Sapani as Tshembe. by Pippa Koszerek   ‘Les Blancs’ performed [...]
Shakespeare on Film BBC Concert Orchestra
  Where: Royal Festival Hall – Southbank Centre When: 4th April – 7.30pm Info: A brilliant evening’s entertainment at the Royal Festival Hall. You are invited down for a concert jam packed with humour, magic, tragedy and love. A night that charts the emotional world of Shakespeare through music from feature films, including; Much to [...]
Unicorn Theatre – Greek Season
Where: Unicorn Theatre When: Now showing – until 10th April Info: The Unicorn present Greek Season, a remarkable season of unique and beautiful theatre for the whole family. These tailor made productions turn timeless Greek mythology into captivating, reinvented and extraordinary productions that speak of timeless and powerful tales. Greek Season is made up of [...]
Last chance to see… Alec Soth – Fallen Leaves
Where: Science Museum When: Must end – 28th March Info: This awe inspiring collection of projects by Alec Soth has been a true highlight of the Science Museum’s creative calendar. This beautiful collection of images allows you an insight not only into the magic moment he is able to capture but also his thought process [...]
The Man in the Woman’s Shoes
Where: Tricycle Theatre When: 4th- 23rd April Info: A fantastic new play at the Tricycle Theatre… Pope John Paul I is not long dead, autumn is closing in and Pat Farnon has ‘some business’ to do in town. Set in Ireland in October 1978, The Man In The Woman’s Shoes follows the life of Pat Farnon as [...]
Britten Sinfonia – Seven Last Words From The Cross
Seven Last Words From The Cross Where: Barbican When: 25th March 6:00pm Info: A moving celebration of Easter – this Good Friday concert is set to be a dramatic orchestral arrangement. Featuring a searing eight string quartet accompanied by Britten Sinfonia Voices this remarkable concert will be a wonderful way to begin your bank holiday [...]
Southbank Centre – CHORUS
Where: Southbank Centre When: 18th – 20th March #ChorusFest Info: The Southbank Centre’s annual Chorus festival is back to give you that warm fuzzy feeling inside. There is nothing quite as inspirational as the power of the human voice. You are warmly invited to come and sing with other people of all abilities, ages and [...]
Goldsmiths Choral Union – Monteverdi Vespers of 1610
Goldsmiths Choral Union – Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 Where: Cadogan Hall When: 16th March 7:30pm Info: Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 is one of the towering masterpieces of the Baroque era, a triumph of composition this is set to be a fabulous evening and a brilliant musical ensemble. For this performance, top London choir, Goldsmiths Choral [...]
The Royal Institution – The Search for Life in Oceans Beyond Earth
Where: The Royal Institution When: 15th March 7:00pm Info: Where is the best place to find living life beyond Earth? It may be that the small, ice-covered moons of Jupiter and Saturn harbour some of the most habitable real estate in our Solar System. Life loves liquid water and these moons have lots of it! [...]
Affordable Art Fair
Where:  Battersea Park When: 10th – 13th March It’s that time of year again for the utterly brilliant Affordable Art Fair is back to open its doors and warmly invite you to add a splash of art to your life. With works of every shape and size, from traditional paint to contemporary sculpture this is [...]
Southbank Centre WOW – Women of the World festival
Where: Southbank Centre When: 8th - 13th March #WOWLDN WOW festival returns to the Southbank centre for its sixth year to have another round of in-depth discussions, poetry evenings, comedy nights and conversations. Talking topics from the sincerely serious to the seriously funny. This weekend is set to be a celebration of women and girls. [...]
J.S. Bach – St John Passion
Where: Westminster Cathedral When: 16th March- 7.30pm Info: An utterly brilliant performance by Westminster Cathedral Choir! Since its foundation in 1901 it has occupied a unique and enviable position at the forefront of English church music, recognised as one of the finest in the world, its principal focus being the daily celebration of the Divine Office [...]
The Rattler
Where: Royal Festival Hall When: 19th March, 2pm. Info: The Rattler… Have you heard about this magical story? A brand new and interactive retelling of the classic tale Rumpelstiltskin, brought to you by the brilliant Southbank Centre. This unmissable show hosts its world premiere on the 19th, following a jam packed day of workshops and [...]
Crash Bang Wallop: Reuse & Recycle
Where: Cadogan Hall When: Sat 12th March, from 10am Info: The City of London Sinfonia present another instalment of Crash Bang Wallop: this time looking into… Reuse & Recycle? So what is all this about? Crash Bang Wallop is an all-inclusive family friendly day that has a jam packed schedule of concerts, workshops, making and [...]
Who’s responsible? – The Royal Institution of Great Britain
Where: The Royal Institution of Great Britain When: 16th March, 7.00pm The Royal Institution of Great Britain tackle the big questions… The concept of ‘responsibility’ is one that crosses the boundaries of science and art, culture and business. From a doctor’s responsibility towards their patient, to the responsibility of a writer to their characters, to [...]