City of London Sinfonia Entering their 40th year, City of London Sinfonia is one of the UK’s leading professional orchestras, having earned a reputation for consistently high quality performances and recordings. HighlyRead More →
Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Emily Thornbury MP Martin Howe QC Philip Leach Richard Bacon MP Claire Fox The Justice, Money, Power series of lectures, debates, and interviews focus on the financial, political, and
Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Peter Hughman Jon Holbrook Laura Janes Luke Gittos The Justice, Money, Power series of lectures, debates, and interviews focusses on the financial, political, and ethical implications of life in
Tuesday 24 June to Wednesday 9 July 2014 Venue: The Bowler Hat Who Runs London? Tuesday 24 June 2014 6.00 pm Who has the power when it comes to running London? Are they
Venue: Finsbury Avenue Square The Ballina Whalers (pronounced Bal-en-a) are Pete Truin, Jamie Doe, and Sam Brookes – three musical barnacles clinging to the creaking hull of a musical tradition stretching back
Venue: St Andrew Holborn Featured Artists: National Youth Chamber Choir of Great Britain ‘Twenty something…’ Handel Dixit Dominus Vaughan Williams No Longer Mourn For Me (Sonnet 71) Holst Four Part-Songs Walton A Litany Britten Hymn
Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Ben Rodgers Sarah Sands Professor Tony Travers Dr. Tiffany Jenkins The Justice, Money, Power series of lectures, debates, and interviews focusses on the financial, political, and ethical implications
Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Sheri Benning Joey Connolly Katharine Kilalea Poet in the City presents a series of events that showcases some of the most exciting new and established voices in poetry
This summer, the Festival presents the Bowler Hat, a new 210-seat theatre venue at the heart of the City.
Venue: Finsbury Avenue Square Award winning Australian choreographer Shaun Parker in collaboration with London’s C-12 Dance Theatre, present TROLLEYS. Part dance. Part ballet. Part outdoor spectacle. TROLLEYS is a ballet for five supermarket trolleys.
Today, the City of London Festival announced the appointment of Paul Gudgin to succeed Ian Ritchie as Festival Director. Paul’s expertise spans all corners of the festivals world. He was appointed Director