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Our friends at Ferodo Bridges have a cunning plan. They want to put on a new immersive show that follows a group of survivors through a blindness epidemic testing the limits of our humanity.
The cranes and drills are moving on from Queen Elizabeth Hall at Southbank Centre to make way for over 100 events in the first two months across literature, classical music, performance, dance, contemporary music and comedy, with 50% of the programme for free.
Get your eyeliner out! It’s time to bring rock back to the West Wnd with Knights of the Rose.
One of the most successful female artists of all time, Nana Mouskouri is heading to Royal Festival Hall on 17 October. Tickets are on sale from tomorrow (Friday 23 March 2018). The charity shop is where we first discovered Nana…
Need London phone fixers?
Then look no further Cracked It, the Holloway-based phone repair company that trains young offenders to repair broken smartphones as a route away from crime, has won a Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) award.
We are so excited to see the makers of La Soirée are bringing Club Swizzle – a new twist on the format – to London this Summer. Tickets go on sale on 14 March 2018, so do treat yourself to a taste of Swizzle!
Don’t miss Lumiere London a spetacular traffic-stopping free festival of light art around central London.
Beautifully bonkers post-Brexit fun from London’s home of panto, Hackney Empire!
Sensory overload with nofitstate’s BIANCO.
A mind-melting must-see circus spectacular.
This opening exhibition at the new Design Museum presents eleven installations exploring a spectrum of topics familiar to anyone who wonders about technological advances and the future.