Wednesday September 24, 2014

What's On in London

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Claire Plus Special Guests. Artists performing: Claire.: Tickets avaiable. View more details - Claire
London Oslo, London E8 1LL

Watsky plus The LaFontaines George Virden Watsky is an American rapper and poet from San Francisco, California. Watsky performs slam poetry, and was featured on Season 6 of Russell Simmons Presents... View more details - Watsky
Scala London, London N1 9NL

The Moons Plus Monroze + The Scarletts. Artists performing: The Moons.: Tickets avaiable. View more details - The Moons
Bush Hall, London W12 7LJ

Fu Manchu Plus Bloodnstuff. Artists performing: Fu Manchu.: Tickets avaiable. View more details - Fu Manchu
O2 Academy Islington, London N1 0PS

‘Walking the Walk’
A photography exhibition by Norman Smith at the Greenwich Gallery 19th Sept to 1st Oct 2014. I like my pictures to amuse, to provoke questions in the mind of the viewer and ultimately to be worth... View more details - ‘Walking the Walk’
Greenwich Gallery, Linear House, Peyton Place, London SE10 8RS SE10 8RS
Tuesday 23 Sep 2014 to Wed 1 Oct
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In an attempt to ‘bring Guardian journalism to life’, The Guardian has launched Guardian Live, a curated programme of topical events and festivals at venues across the UK. Featuring a broad range... View more details - Guardian Live
Venues across the UK London N1 9GU
Today, Sat 27 Sep, Thu 2 Oct, Mon 6 Oct, Sun 12 Oct, Tue 14 Oct to Thu 16 Oct, Wed 22 Oct, Thu 23 Oct, Mon 3 Nov, Mon 10 Nov, Wed 12 Nov, Sun 23 Nov

Health Poverty Action are looking for volunteers to help with a cash collection this Wednesday (24th September) at Canary Wharf Underground Station. A wonderful opportunity to meet new people,... View more details - Volunteer Required
Canary Wharf Underground Tube Station London E14 4QS

Jurowski conducts Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Lindberg Magnus Lindberg: Chorale Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 3 Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8 Vladimir Jurowski: conductor Jean-Efflam... View more details - London Philharmonic Orchestra: Shostakovich’s vision of war
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Bach to Baby – the critically acclaimed concerts for babies, tots and their carers to enjoy together. Children dance, roam about, and listen to music the way they feel it, while you take a moment for... View more details - Bach to Baby concerts present: Miniatures - Small is Beautiful
Holy Trinity Church, 234 Broadway, London SW19 1SB

The Jam Tree Clapham and Shhh Dating have teamed up for a special event on 24th September, giving South Londoners the chance to find love through silence. Love happens at first sight, a single look... View more details - Shhh Dating at The Jam Tree Clapham
The Jam Tree London SW4 0JT

An ordinary LEGO mini figure, Emmet, is mistaken for MasterBuilder, an extraordinary person and key to saving the LEGO universe. He is recruited to stop an evil LEGO tyrant gluing the universe... View more details - The LEGO Movie
The Scoop at More London, More London Riverside. Tube: London Bridge SE1 2DB

Quantum puzzles: Schrödinger’s cats, and spooky action at a distance. --- A “workshop” on some specifics of QM that puzzle many of us: the basic concept of QM that upsets our naive intuitions is... View more details - Kingston Philosophy Cafe
The Old Kings Head, 1 Hampton Court Road, Kingston on Thames, London KT1 4AE

A night of stand-up, sketches, songs and all-round funniness. Phil Wang, Jason Forbes and George Fouracres (collectively known as Daphne) present Nova! Nova! – a night of sketches, stand-up, songs... View more details - Nova! Nova!
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH

London-based party-reggae collective Shanty are pleased to announce their debut EP, ‘Leave Me Out’, due for release on 22nd September. Following the release of their debut single ‘Blackout’... View more details - Shanty EP Launch
Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen London N1 6NU

From water bearers to 19th century philanthropists, from the Blitz to the anti-bottled-water movement, the modest public fountain has made its mark in the City – often controversially, Learn more... View more details - Public Drinking Water
Shoe Lane Library, Hill House, 1 Little New Street, London EC4A 3JR

The third and most soulful part of Billy Roche’s critically acclaimed Wexford Trilogy, Belfry is a tale of memory and consequences of first – and forbidden – love on a man who has not really lived... View more details - Belfry
269 West Ferry Road London E14 3RS
Tuesday 23 Sep 2014 to Sat 27 Sep, Tue 30 Sep to Sat 4 Oct

A History of Communism is an extraordinary series of new prints by the seminal American artist Jim Dine made from lithographic stones found in what was previously a socialist art academy in the... View more details - Jim Dine, A History of Communism and Jim Dine: Printmaker
Alan Cristea Gallery, 31&34 Cork Street, London W1S 3NV
Today to Tuesday 7 Oct 2014

Tales from the Shed are vibrant, interactive theatre shows that are perfect for young children. They are informal, lively and amazingly engaging as the performers and audience share the same space.... View more details - Tales from the Shed - Autumn Season 2014
Chickenshed Theatre, 290 Chase Side, Southgate, London N14 4PE
Today to Saturday 1 Nov 2014

KCC presents the first London solo show of work by Korean artist Lee Bul. The exhibition showcases the visually compelling and intellectually sharp works which have established Lee Bul as one of the... View more details - Lee Bul
Korean Culltural Centre London WC2N 5BW
Today to Saturday 1 Nov 2014

Open House at Fitzroy House Fitzroy House is a 1791 Georgian period building. Set in Fitzrovia, it was formerly inhabited by Playwright George Bernard Shaw. It now shows the life and work of L.... View more details - Open House
37 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 6DX
Today to Friday 3 Oct 2014

Halls’ second solo exhibition at Hay Hill Gallery focuses in on uncharacteristic, devil-may-care attitudes to appetite. The works are a wry observation of the push and pull of modern society’s... View more details - Roxana Halls: Appetite
35 Baker Street London W1U 8EN
Today to Saturday 27 Sep 2014

CATHY STOCKER: Sitting Still for Cathy
Solo exhibition of new works by British artist Cathy Stocker. Stocker’s concern is with the creation of portraiture. The drawings are from life, capturing friends and family in a single... View more details - CATHY STOCKER: Sitting Still for Cathy
Upper Gallery and Long Gallery, Lauderdale House, Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, London N6 5HG
Thursday 4 Sep 2014, Fri 5 Sep, Sun 7 Sep, Wed 10 Sep to Fri 12 Sep, Sun 14 Sep, Wed 17 Sep to Fri 19 Sep, Sun 21 Sep, Today to Fri 26 Sep, Sun 28 Sep
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Sir Alan Cobham was a pioneering long distance aviator and technical innovator who became famous for his exploits in the interwar years by making aviation accessible and popular throughout the world.... View more details - Sir Alan Cobham’s Flying Circus: A life of a Pioneering Aviator
RAF Museum London, Grahame Park Way NW9 5LL
Today to Sunday 9 Nov 2014

All That Matters Is What’s Left Behind, brings together a distinct group of young international artists with their individually identifiable abstract works. Artists include: Alex Clarke, Phoebe... View more details - All That Matters Is What's Left Behind
Ronchini Gallery, 22 Dering Sreet, London W1S 1AN
Today to Saturday 8 Nov 2014

Trevor Burgess | Mark Crofton Bell | Stephen Carter | Aida Rubio Gonzalez | Marguerite Horner | Matthew Krishanu | Lee Maelzer | Jock McFadyen | Tanmoy Samanta | IN THE CITY is an exhibition of... View more details - IN THE CITY - A painting exhibition
Lion and Lamb Gallery, 46 Fanshaw Street, Hoxton, London N1 6LG
Today to Saturday 11 Oct 2014

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