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Events

  • guanabara-carnival15
    With mesmerising performances, mouth-watering Brazilian street food and the best rum cocktails in town, Guanabara will be the place to be to join in with this world famous event. CIRCO DO GUANABARA SPECIAL 11 Feb 17.00-02.30. £5 after 20.00 OPENING PARTY & CARNIVAL PARADE 12 Feb 17.00-02.30. £5 after 20.00 SAMBA SCHOOL MADNESS with Rhythms of the City 13 Feb 17.00-02.30. £10...
  • sh-fashion-weekend
    London’s exclusive fashion and designer shopping experience with catwalk shows, pop-up shops, talks and demonstrations from fashion industry experts and style leaders. 26 Feb-1 Mar. Book online
  • phoenix-nickdrake
    Inspired by the life, death and rise to fame of singer/songwriter Nick Drake. 10-28 Feb. Mon-Fri 19.00, Sun 15.00. £12, £10 concs. 
  • newent-comm
    Newent Community School & Sixth Form Centre, Gloucestershire present an entertaining and diverse programme of classical works plus songs from musicals, jazz/blues standards and contemporary pop.The group of young performers (aged 11-18) consists of small and mid-size jazz ensembles, a classical orchestra and a vocal group performing a mixed programme, featuring classic pop and jazz melodies,...
  • npg-painterly
    Young people’s three-day workshop. Join us for an extended painting workshop, inspired by Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends, to refine your sketching and acrylic painting skills. 17, 18, 19 Feb 11.00-16.00, showcase 19 Feb 17.00. Free. Book at youthbookings@npg.org.uk or tel 020 7312 2483. Ages 14-21
  • ng-halfterm
    Messy Monday, Talking Tuesday, Artist's Apprentice Workshop and a host of activities and story telling throughout the half term week for families and children of all ages. 16-21 Feb, sessions from 10.00 to 16.00
  • ng-fridaylates
    Sculpture on the Threshold: The Closed, from Pandora’s Box to Damien Hirst. 2 Feb 18.30-19.30. £6, £4 concs The Open, from Martin Creed to Castle Howard. 9 Feb 18.30-19.30. £6, £4 concs The Ensemble,  from Bethan Huws to Rilke’s Rodin. 16 Feb 18.30-19.30. £6, £4 concs
  • ltm-familyactivities
    Creative workshops with shadow puppet cinema. Drop in sessions 16-20 Feb 11.30, 14.30. Ages 5-12 Storytime. Constance, the First World War 'Conductorette’, has some clever tricks for catching thieves and cheats who try to short change her under the cover of wartime blackouts. 16-20 Feb 11.00, 14.00. Ages 3-7 Entrance to the Museum is free for children and young people aged 17 and under...
  • innerspace-feb15
    Talk. 20 Feb 18.30 at London School of Economics (LSE), Old Theatre, Old Building, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE  Map G3. Free, book at www.innerspace.org.uk
  • roh-familysunday
    Activities for all the family, running throughout the day including story-telling, dressing up, make up or stage combat and set design. 22 Feb 12.00. Free, ticket required.

News & Reviews

  • Taken-midnight

    Following a sold-out season at Chichester Festival Theatre, Jonathan Church’s world premiere production of Taken At Midnight by Mark Hayhurst recently opened at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Penelope Wilton’s portrayal of the unquestionable love of a mother for her son and her courageous efforts to help him are at the heart of this compelling new play. Fearless and indomitable she...

  • eno-nutandswan

    40% OFF TICKETS book by 21 December Celebrate the festive season and the new year with English National Ballet’s magical productions of The Nutcracker and Swan Lake in the splendour of the London Coliseum. Over 100 dancers and musicians bring these classic ballets to life, with exquisite dancing, beautiful sets and Tchaikovsky’s glorious scores played by the English National...

  • comp-nether

    Following a sold-out run at the Royal Court Theatre, Jennifer Haley’s critically-acclaimed, multi award-winning play transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre for a limited 12 week run. The Nether is an intricate crime drama and a haunting thriller set in the year 2050. The play follows an investigation into the complicated, disturbing morality of identity in the digital world, and...

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