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Events

  • iris-springseason
    Iris Theatre presents a Spring Season of new musicals to be performed at St Paul's Church, Covent Garden. The Theory of Relativity: Through songs and monologues, an eclectic array of characters explore the unfolding mysteries and adventures in their intersecting lives and illuminate the relevance of Albert Einstein’s E=mc2 and that "only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile...
  • bm-chinese-gems
    A Voyage along the Yangzi River. Paintings and ceramics from Jiangnan, the South East of China. Free
  • hcc-hungarian-lit
    in the Early Twentieth Century. Talk by Professor Mihály Szegedy-Maszák. 14 May 19.00 Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or by email.
  • hcc-pre-war
    Hungarian Artists on the Brink of the Great War. Talk by Professor Peter Vergo. 13 May 19.00 Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or by email. 
  • hcc-juliefabian
      Juli Fábián in London. One of the boldest improvisative vocalists in Hungary. 30 May 19.30 Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or by email.
  • hcc-bereny
      Róbert Berény: Works from a private collection. Róbert Berény was one of Hungary's most prolific Modernists having exhibited with Matisse and the Fauves in Paris before The Eight was formed. The Eight had three exhibitions between 1909 and 1912, heralding the birth of avant-garde in Hungary. From 7 May Mon-Thurs 10.00-17.00, Fri 10.00-14.00. Free...
  • good-people
    If you were born in South Boston you've started life on the wrong side of the tracks, so just making ends meet will need all the energy you can muster. David Lindsay-Abaire's sharp, acerbic and funny play transfers for a limited season after a sell-out run at Hamstead Theatre. Mon-Sat 19.30, Weds, Sat 14.30. Until 14 June. £10-£52.50 Noël Coward Theatre, 85 St Martin'...
  • good-people
    If you were born in South Boston you've started life on the wrong side of the tracks, so just making ends meet will need all the energy you can muster. David Lindsay-Abaire's sharp, acerbic and funny play transfers for a limited season after a sell-out run at Hamstead Theatre. Mon-Sat 19.30, Weds, Sat 14.30. 10 Apr-June 14. £10-£52.50 Noël Coward Theatre, 85 St...
  • hotel-choc-shopping
    Celebrate Easter at Hotel Chocolat with chocolate samples, 15% discount and a glass of Prosecco at Hotel Chocolat stores and Cocoa Bar-Cafes on 10 April. Plus there is a chance to win a £100 shopping spree when you hand in the completed coupon.
  • calligraphy
    Calligraphy Workshop on the theme of the Half Uncial (Insural Majuscule). The programme includes a brief history, pen pattern exercises, practice and decorating with colour. Materials provided. 13 Apr 18.00-21.00. £95. Participants entitled to 30% discount on Fabriano boutique products on the day. Limited places to be confirmed and paid for in advance.

News & Reviews

  • petar-miloshevski

    Petar Miloshevski ferociously pulls down the fourth wall again with his intriguing solo-show The Beautiful, which returns to the Tristan Bates Theatre following a string of international festivals in Germany, Armenia and Belarus. This eerie, highly visual and physical, post-modern and post-Brechtian piece of theatre, which started life as a commission for the Old Vic Tunnels, tackles the modern...

  • handbagged-comp

    The monarch – Liz. Her most powerful subject – Maggie. Two enduring icons born six months apart. One destined to rule, the other elected to lead.  But when the stiff upper lip softened and the gloves came off, which one had the upper hand? Handbagged is the ‘wickedly funny’ (Evening Standard) new comedy that opens the clasp on the relationship between two giants of...

  • ltm-busposter

    London Transport Museum is celebrating one of London’s greatest icons. 2014 is officially the Year of the Bus. Much loved as a symbol of London, but taken for granted in terms of its importance and contribution to the Capital, the London bus carries more than 2.3 billion passengers a year equating to half of all the bus journeys made in England. Around 6.5 million bus journeys are made on...

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