Friday January 30, 2015

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January 2015 : Results 1 - 15 of 63 : sorted by date.

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After a sell-out run in 2014 coinciding with the First World War Centenary, Oh What A Lovely War returns for a strictly limited run prior to a UK national tour. Built upon the songs that ordinary British soldiers sang during a war that killed ten... View more details - Oh What A Lovely War
Theatre Royal Stratford East, Gerry Raffles Square, London E15 1BN
Thursday 29 Jan 2015 to Sat 31 Jan, Mon 2 Feb to Sat 7 Feb

Jessie Ware Plus Special Guests London based singer-songwriter Jessie Ware has announced a string of UK dates for January 2015 in support of her forthcoming second studio album 'Tough Love', due for release in October 2014. The dates... View more details - Jessie Ware
O2 Academy Brixton, London SW9 9SL

Virtuoso clarinettist Julian Marc Stringle and his Dream Band join forces with Sonia Slany’s Solid Strings to perform their brilliant and original fusion of jazz-funk and classic melodies. With compositions by Gershwin, Goodman, Chopin, Mozart,... View more details - Jazz at Chickenshed - Julian Marc Stringle presents ‘It’s Clazzical’
Chickenshed Theatre, 290 Chase Side, Southgate, London N14 4PE

Sleaford Mods Nottingham punks Sleaford Mods are on one hell of a roll and you can see why when they play London's Electric Ballroom on 30th January. Prior to this January date, the Mods will perform in Manchester on 19th September and in... View more details - Sleaford Mods
Electric Ballroom, London NW1 8QP

Lambchop performing their acclaimed album 'Nixon' in full. Artists performing: Lambchop.: Tickets avaiable. View more details - Lambchop
Barbican Hall, London EC2Y 8DS

Prostate Cancer UK is turning pubs all over the land into The Men United Arms to give you and your mates a great time and inspire you to do something great together to help beat prostate cancer. First up is London, where The Anchor Bankside... View more details - The Men United Arms
34 Park Street, Southwark, London SE1 9EF
Today and Tomorrow

An all female company creates a dark and bloody comedy inspired by classic French horror plays. Two Tongue Theatre take on the Grand Guignol in this darkly funny and gory play. Re-known and reviled in the early 1900s as Paris’ unique horror... View more details - DIY Horror Play or Le Grand Guignol Resurrected
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH

Written by Michael Wynne Directed by Alan Bosworth Presented by the Spread Eagle Players A few friends. People we like. No craziness. The days of a big blow out are over. Kate is delighted when she finds a house in the country to escape... View more details - The Priory
Bridewell theatre, 14 Bride lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ
Wednesday 28 Jan 2015 to Sat 31 Jan

Between 28th January and 14th March 2015 Pangolin London will present Breon O’Casey: Transitions. The exhibition is the first retrospective for Breon in nearly 10 years and is also the first show since his death in 2011. It is a unique... View more details - Breon O’Casey: Transitions
Pangolin London, Kings Place, 90 York Way N1 9AG
Wednesday 28 Jan 2015 to Sat 31 Jan, Mon 2 Feb to Sat 7 Feb, Mon 9 Feb to Sat 14 Feb, Mon 16 Feb to Sat 21 Feb, Mon 23 Feb to Sat 28 Feb, Mon 2 Mar to Sat 7 Mar, Mon 9 Mar to Sat 14 Mar

To celebrate its twentieth birthday, the Alan Cristea Gallery is staging two special anniversary exhibitions. The gallery has collaborated with many of the most prolific and respected printmakers working today such as Howard Hodgkin, Michael... View more details - Twentieth Anniversary Exhibitions
Alan Cristea Gallery 31 & 34 Cork Street London W1S 3NU
Wednesday 28 Jan 2015 to Sat 31 Jan, Mon 2 Feb to Sat 7 Feb, Mon 9 Feb to Sat 14 Feb

A group exhibition of Lisson Gallery artists exploring global aspects of trade, trauma, religious belief systems and contested territories, via a number of intersecting political practices, across photographic, sculptural, painterly and filmic... View more details - Cross Section of a Revolution
52 - 54 Bell Street London NW1 5DA
Today to Saturday 7 Mar 2015

If you’re interested in inspirational design ideas, renovation tips, energy saving solutions and the latest products and services for the home then look no further! Held at Alexandra Palace, London, the Northern Home Show is for everyone... View more details - The Southern Home Show
Alexandra Palace London N22 7AY
Today to Sunday 1 Feb 2015

Tony Oursler’s first solo exhibition of new work in the UK for over five years centres around his study of techniques of facial recognition and their increasing ubiquity in daily life. Creating a huge suite of heads, animated by video screens... View more details - Tony Oursler: template/variant/friend/stranger
Lisson Gallery, 52 – 54 Bell Street, London NW1 5DA
Today to Saturday 7 Mar 2015

London-based artist Ruth Ewan brings to life the French Republican Calendar in a new work made for Camden Arts Centre’s Gallery 3. In use from 1793 until 1805, the calendar temporarily redefined and rationalised the Gregorian Calendar, stripping it... View more details - Ruth Ewan: Back to the Fields
Camden Arts Centre London NW3 6DG
Today to Monday 30 Mar 2015

Portuguese artists João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva present a magical, immersive film installation for their first major show in London. The kaleidoscopic world created by 27 16mm films and two camera obscura installations takes viewers on an... View more details - João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva; Papagaio
Camden Arts Centre London NW3 6DG
Today to Sunday 29 Mar 2015

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