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Events

  • lordofdance
    Mon-Sat 19.30, Thurs, Sat 14.30. £15-£85 London Palladium, Argyll Street. Tel 0844 4124655
  • lordofdance
    Mon-Sat 19.30, Thurs, Sat 14.30. Until 25 Oct. £15-£85 London Palladium, Argyll Street. Tel 0844 4124655
  • hcc-nagy-marshall
    Zsuzsa Vámosi-Nagy (flute) and Anne Marshall (piano) play Gaubert, Debussy, Reinecke, Ian Clark and Mendelssohn. 13 Oct 19.00.  Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or email bookings@hungary.org.uk
  • hcc-hubbard-varga
    Magyars and makars: Tom Hubbard and Zsuzsanna Varga in conversation about Scottish and Hungarian poetry. 29 Oct 19.00. Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or email bookings@hungary.org.uk
  • hcc-europica-verietas
    UK launch of Márton Szepsi Csombor’s Europica Varietas, translated into English by Bernard Adams and introduced by Wendy Bracewell. 27 Oct 19.00. Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or email bookings@hungary.org.uk
  • hcc-miklos-radnoti
    All that Still Matters at All. Selected Poems of Miklós Radnóti, translated by John M. Ridland and Peter V. Czipott. 8 Oct 19.00. Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or email bookings@hungary.org.uk
  • hcc-joy-batchelor
    Vivien Halas presents her limited edition publication A Moving Image, Joy Batchelor 1914-1991. Film, screen talk and book signing. 1 Oct 19.00. Free, booking required on 020 7240 8448 or email bookings@hungary.org.uk
  • scarfes-cabaret
    Bi-monthly performances for a select audience hosted by Dusty Limits, featuring Lili La Scala, Valerija Murzak, Sammy Dinneen and other'new cabaret' stars. 5, 19 Oct 19.30. £30. Book at 020 7781 8888 or www.seetickets.com/Tour/cabaret-at-scarfes-bar. 60 places only.
  • east-is-east
    Mon-Sat 19.30, Thurs, Sat 14.30. Previews from 4 Oct, opens 15 Oct. £52.50 Trafalgar Studios 1, Whitehall. Map C6 Tel 0844 8717632
  • nevilles-island
    Mon-Sat 19.30, Wed, Sat 14.30. Previews from 10 Oct, opens 21 Oct. £15.75-£89.25 Duke of York’s Theatre, St Martin’s Lane. Map C5 Tel 0844 8713051

News & Reviews

  • alex-chinneck-installation

    Don’t miss Alex Chinneck’s new artwork combining art, architecture and theatre design arriving in Covent Garden on 2 October. Blurring familiarity with fantasy it will transform an ordinary everyday view of Covent Garden’s Piazza into the extraordinary. Inspired by the performance culture that’s synonymous with the neighbourhood, the 29-year old artist and his team will...

  • made-dagenham-comp

    Inspired by a true story and based on the hit movie, Made in Dagenham is the uplifting new West End musical comedy about friendship, love and the importance of fighting for what is right. Essex 1968. Like millions of other working women, Rita O’Grady is just trying to get her husband out of bed, get the kids off to school and get to work at the factory on time. But life is about to change...

  • silentswoon

    St Martin’s Courtyard is bringing back London’s hottest ticket; Silent Cinema. The courtyard will be transformed into an open air movie theatre showcasing a series of heartthrobs in film, past and present. A full sized cinema screen will pop-up showing a variety of iconic films starring some of Hollywood’s leading male actors. Tuesday 14 October: The Talented Mr Ripley...

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