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Christopher Brett Bailey returns with a new different-every-night, shouting and reading show Suicide Notes… the spoken word of Christopher Brett Bailey.
We caught up with dapper entrepreneurial chap Gian Power to talk about meditation and calming down the city of London with his new Unwind London project. Unwind London | 12-13 May | Lower Ground, 10 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AF |…
This month’s top Things To Do in London include a drag spectacular, a porn film festival, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, classy cabaret crooning, puppet theatre, cutting-edge performance, a car boot sale & much more…
Now is your chance to discover the incredible scale of Gursky’s work in a whole new way thanks to London Sinfonietta.
Ten of the UK’s best up and coming musical comedy acts compete for the prestigious Musical Comedy Awards crown! Don’t miss your chance to see your next favourite comedy act before (nearly) everyone else!
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.
Having caught a glimpse of Frogman at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, we can definitely recommend Curious Directive’s innovative take on VR as it arrives at Shoreditch Town Hall!
From Daniel Bye – the maker of The Price of Everything and Going Viral – Instructions for Border Crossing is the exposed gearbox of a political thriller. At Shoreditch Town Hall, 26-29 March 2018.
The BFI Flare 2018 programme is a veritable smörgåsbord of exciting LGBTQ+ films, and we’ve picked out 12 highlights – from gala screenings to niche gems!
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!