Friday 31 May 2019:
Fri 31 May 2019, 19:00 - Southbank Centre, LondonClassical music Orchestra States of Independence Part of Classical Season 2018/19 Part of Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment 2018/19 multi-buy discount The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment rounds off its Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness season with the definitive musical celebration of freedom and liberty.
Even in its own time, Sibelius’ Second Symphony was hailed as a statem
Fri 31 May 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonMain Men of Musicals is a celebration of all the best male songs in musical theatre history.
Join four of the West End’s most celebrated leading men as they journey through the decades of theatre with a live band. Luke Bayer ( Everybody’s Talking About Jamie ), Ben Forster ( ITV ’s Superstar ), Trevor Dion Nicholas ( Aladdin ) and Liam Tamne ( BBC ’s The Voice ) will wow you with songs from
Fri 31 May 2019, 21:00 - Royal Vauxhall Tavern, LondonWe play THE HITS
So long as it was released or made a significant cultural impact post 1990 we’ll probably play it.
As Sophie-Ellis Bextor once sang: "It’s a mixed up world." Push The Button reflects our broad love of pop.
You know the drill: we’ll be playing THE HITS: from Robyn & Gaga to Aqua & Schlager, PUSH THE BUTTON is a celebration of the last 2 decades of POP! We’ll be playing
Fri 31 May 2019, 18:00 - Underworld Night Club, LondonFit For An Autopsy - www.facebook.com/FitForAnAutopsyOfficial
The crushing music of Fit For An Autopsy is for any fan of extreme metal, as it’s devoid of preachy politics or grandstanding soapboxing, but its sound and fury is absolutely unflinching in purpose. The band expertly blends excessive-force fueled death metal with atmospheric groove and impassioned personal diatribes, reflecting bac
Wednesday 29 and Friday 31 May 2019:
Southbank Centre, LondonClassical music Orchestra Gluck: Bauci e Filemone / Orfeo Part of Classical Season 2018/19 Experience a pair of one-act Gluck operas, including a little-known version of his most famous work in this rare performance as performed by Ian Page and The Mozartists.
Composed and first performed in Parma 250 years ago, both operas are based on stories recounted by Ovid (recently described on the BBC
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