Dark Night To Bright Light Free Winter Concerts

Wednesday 23 March, 1.05pm – 1.55pm St Andrew Holborn NEAREST STATION: Chancery Lane Mozart Serenata Noturna Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings Directed by Alexandra Wood  Tim Gunnell timpani Two serenades that chart a journey from night

Wren Choral Marathon

The Wren Choral Marathon, part of the City of London Festival, gives you the chance to hear concerts by 17 different choirs in 17 Wren churches in a single day.

79 Artists

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. Highly

London Symphony Orchestra Beethoven Symphony No 9

Venue: St Paul’s Cathedral Featured Artists: Myung-Whun Chung (conductor) London Symphony Orchestra London Symphony Chorus Kathleen Kim (soprano) Yosep Kang (tenor) Jongmin Park (bass) Songmi Yang (mezzo-soprano) The Music Director of the

Ramshackle Union Band

Venue: Guildhall Yard The Ramshackle Union Band peddle a fine line in bluegrass-tinged-folk. Heralded by NME as “woozy bluegrass for weary hearts and bleeding minds,” their sound is in debt to classic roots music,

City Beerfest

After last year’s merry debut, the City Beerfest returns to Guildhall Yard for another round. More than a dozen of Britain’s most popular breweries gather together to serve up a selection of beers, along

Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope

Venue: The Bowler Hat From a conventional Surrey upbringing to international notoriety via The Naked Civil Servant, Quentin Crisp was an extraordinary raconteur and wit. This new solo performance shows Quentin both in his beloved Chelsea

Misunderstood Monsters

Thursday 17 July 2014 Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Half Moon Theatre Misunderstood Monsters follows Saint Georgie, a professional monster catcher, and his faithful sidekick, Squeezy, on their most dangerous mission. They

Dogs Don’t Do Ballet

Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Little Angel Theatre Biff is not like ordinary dogs. He likes moonlight. And music. And walking on his tiptoes. You see, Biff doesn’t think he’s a dog,

Is Money the Root of all Evil?

Venue: The Bowler Hat Featured Artists: Claire Foster-Gilbert  Julian Baggini Brendan O’Neill Giles Fraser Rania Hafez The Justice, Money, Power series of lectures, debates, and interviews focusses on the financial, political, and ethical implications

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