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Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Show in London

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

June 25 - October 6

Witness the trill of a musical about a teen drag queen who makes it in London. The real life story is inspired by a 2011 BBC documentary about the life of 16-year-old Jamie and his journey and struggles of becoming who he wants to be. The popping stages, beautiful stage plus video projection scenes will vow you. Director Jonathan Butterell brings out the energy of being a teenager. The stage is further brought to life with music from Dan Gillespie…

Disney Fantasia at The Vaults

July 3 @ 10:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm

In celebration of the world's most famous mouse, The Vaults is having a huge birthday bash. Sounds and Sorcery bring the magic of the 90-year old Mickey Mouse to live. With all his amazing Disney films inspired by the 1940s of Mickey;The Vault's maze of underground tunnels will be transformed into series of breath taking installation that will leave you bewitched. Accompanied with some of the most amazing pieces and score both from iconic songs and new lovable tunes. Not…

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The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

July 18 @ 6:30 pm - November 4 @ 11:30 pm

Mischief Theatre, even by the name we know something hilarious coming your way. They have produced a comedy you wouldn't want to miss. 'The Comedy About a Bank Robbery', is a franchise from the 'Play That Goes Wrong'. The tickle your funny bone with a genre of pastiche, screwball comedy, classic farce, slapstick stunts and more. It all starts in Minneapolis, a bungled jewel heist is at play at the Minneapolis bank branch. The characters theives get into trouble and…

King Lear

August 1 @ 1:30 pm - November 3 @ 10:30 pm

King Lear is a play written by the famous writer, poet and actor, William Shakespeare. The genre being Tragedy is considered one of the greatest work in the English Language. 'King Lear' depicts the king of Britain's gradual state into madness.   Procession of Characters from Shakespeare's Plays Google Art Project .         Picture taken from Wikipedia This 21st century version of the famous tale shows the creativity and a fun sense of the play. Ian McKellen's depiction of…

Burning Minge

September 29 @ 8:00 pm - September 30 @ 8:00 pm

It's Autumn and it's time to get the bush back on this month with more live music and disco dancing. Live music and DJs from 8pm-late. DJ's: Laurie Holiday dance_armstrong (Dalston Superstore) Super Drama LIve: Fran Lobo Fran Lobo is a singer, songwriter, producer, choral composer and sound artist hailing from Edmonton in North East London. In late 2015, Fran self-released her debut EP Beautiful Blood to widespread critical acclaim, with many of the most influential publications sharing her vision…

Soulshine Music Mini Festival

September 30 @ 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Playmode presents the Soulshine live music mini-festival at FEST Camden, feat. an all day line up of London music talent for the essential Sunday playlist to round off your weekend. Several performances will be happening throughout the day from artists and bands including Elisa Astrid, The Giving Style, Will James, The Self-Love Chemical, Fran:kie and Monzanto Sound. Furthermore, Music Box Radio host Flex Webster will be performing DJ sets throughout the day followed by a funky house outro DJ set by…

Renaissance Music from England & Spain

October 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

The Lovekyn Consort perform quintessentially English songs and tunes from the Elizabethan stage and tavern, together with tales of battles, love and loss from Imperial Spain. In 1588, the English fleet won a resounding victory against their longterm rival. Spain had established its empire at the beginning of the sixteenth century, and England wanted to establish its own trading networks and military power at sea. England was an expanding power tilting at a much greater one, and Spain had incorporated…

Pop-up Ceilidh Balham

October 5 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 8:00pm on day First of the month, repeating until December 7, 2018

Join Fiddle Paradiddle for our Pop-Up Ceilidh at our newest, and biggest venue – St Thomas Church, Telford Avenue! Fling your partners round the latest dance floor we’ve found in SW2 as London’s wildest ceilidh band bring ceilidh dancing to Balham! Every month we promise a nights of fun, drinks, and ceilidh dancing. Our expert caller goes through all the steps, and the house ceilidh band, Fiddle Paradiddle brings the dance-floor alive with their energetic nu-folk sound. We play all…

Organ Reframed: Visions In Meditation

October 12 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

The opening night of Organ Reframed will feature a special screening of Visions in Meditation projected on 16mm film. The collection of short films by the legendary experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage, are often described as visual music and will be interwoven with three new works from electronic artists, whose aesthetics resonate with Brakhage’s work. Philip Jeck, Sarah Davachi and Darkstar will give premiere performances of their new works alongside James McVinnie on organ and the London Contemporary Orchestra. Now in…

Organ Reframed: Éliane Radigue and Hildur Guðnadóttir

October 13 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

The second evening of Organ Reframed will open with a new piece from one of Hollywood’s most sought after film composers, Hildur Guðnadóttir, currently making headlines as the newly signed composer for the upcoming film Joker with Joaquin Phoenix, making her the first woman to compose a score for a live-action DC Comics film. Previous scores include Sicario: Day of the Soldado and Mary Magdalene. Hildur has also released four critically acclaimed solo albums on touch and written widely for…

New Show – British Standard Time

October 18 - December 25

On October 18th, Alex Webb (of Cafe Society Swing & A Portrait Of Cannonball) and Jo Harrop, presented their brand new show, "British Standard Time" at award winning South London club, The Hideaway. They have a swinging hot band, featuring Alex Webb, J Darwish (bass), Pete Adam Hill (drums), Alex Hitchcock (tenor) & James Copus (trumpet) Ticket Link: https://www.hideawaylive.co.uk/jo-harrop-and-british-standard-time-thursday-18th-october-2018 "Velvet-voiced Jo Harrop and pianist/arranger Alex Webb present an evening of British songwriting at its best. From the jazz-era masters Ray…

Being Late

October 18 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Explore our relationship with the natural world at this evening of live music, performances, workshops, talks, tours, installations and the unexpected. All inspired by The Lore of the Land, the first exhibition in the Horniman’s new arts space, The Studio. BOOK NOW

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