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More details - Hear Her Voice
A millennium of music by female composers to celebrate the centenary of women’s suffrage. For their Summer concerts, London Concord Singers & conductor Jessica Norton are presenting a programme of music by female composers, sacred music by Hildegard of Bingen from the 11th century, part-songs by Clara...
Church of St Bartholomew the less, Giltspur St, London
Thu 12 Jul

More details - Poppy Walk
Discover London’s hidden gems this summer and raise funds for The Royal British Legion. Poppy Walk is coming to Paternoster Square on 8th July and will be the perfect way to discover the past and present of this historic city.
Paternoster Square
Sun 8 Jul

More details - Gilberto Gil
Gilberto Gil + Refavela 40. Artists performing: Gilberto Gil .: Tickets avaiable.
Barbican Hall, London
Mon 25 Jun

More details - Getting Started: Family History for Beginners
Starting out on family history research? Find out where to start, the sources you can use and what you can do online. In this half-day course for beginners, Dave Annal introduces the key sources for family history research and some of the most important websites.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 23 Jun

More details - Tracing your East London Family History
A full-day, interactive workshop aimed at those who wish to improve their skills and fluency in reading 16th and 17th century handwriting. The documents used are in English - teaching Latin is not included.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 30 Jun

More details - My Ancestor...came from Northamptonshire
In this half-day course, Dr Colin Chapman introduces the sources available in Northamptonshire, the SoG Library and elsewhere, that you can use to discover more about the lives of ancestors who came from Northamptonshire.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 23 Jun

More details - Checking it Once or Twice: Comparing Genealogy Programs
Jan Gow compares the most used genealogy programs and suggests a list to help you compare them. This will help you to decide which special features are the ones you can’t do without. On Jan’s list are: data entry, sources, resources, charts, reports, research and most important - enjoyment!
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 27 Jun

More details - Free Saturday Library Tours
At the Society of Genealogists, we’re passionate about family history. Since we started in 1911, we’ve been collecting family history documents, long before the arrival of local record offices - even typewriters were new.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 30 Jun

More details - Family History: Good Research Techniques
In this half-day course, Celia Heritage takes an in-depth look at the best ways to research so that you avoid making mistakes and get the most out of the records you use. Celia also looks at the likely causes of the brick walls that you may hit during your research and the best way to tackle them.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 4 Jul

More details - Parish Registers and Parish Chest Records for Family Historians
Before the national, civil registration of vital events started in 1837, the main records for baptisms, marriages and burials were the parish registers or a similar record kept by nonconformist denominations.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 7 Jul

More details - Getting the Best from the Ancestry Website
The Ancestry website offers access to 1 billion searchable UK family history records. It enables you to explore your family history using censuses, birth, marriage and death records, passenger lists, the British phone books, military and parish records.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 7 Jul

More details - Tracing your Cotton and Wool Mill Ancestors
In 1851, the third most common occupation was working in a mill. If your ancestor was a beamer, a piecer, a tenter, a tackler, a reed maker, a scutcher, or a carder, what did they actually do? What were the working conditions like? How much did they get paid compared to other working class jobs?
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 11 Jul

More details - Earthquakes in London
From the writer of Doctor Foster and King Charles III, Mike Bartlett’s Earthquakes in London is set in the politically charged post-election summer of 2010.
Bridewell Theatre
Tue 10 Jul to Sat 14 Jul

More details - Family Saturday Activities
On the second Saturday of the month, join Guildhall Art Gallery for themed family activities. A revolving programme may have you heading below into the Roman Amphitheatre and hearing tales or Roman conquests, or creating crafts from the Victorian paintings surrounding you.
Guildhall Art Gallery and London’s Roman Amphitheatre off Gresham Street London
Sat 14 Jul

More details - Linda Kitson Exhibition Showcasing City of London
The City Centre in partnership with the City of London Corporation will host an exclusive new series of works by artist Linda Kitson from 18 May to 1 August 2018.
80 Basinghall Street, London
Today to Mon 9 Jul

More details - The Inner and Middle Temple Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
Inner Temple Garden is a haven of tranquillity and beauty with sweeping lawns, unusual trees and charming woodland areas. The well known herbaceous border shows off inspiring plant combinations from early spring through to autumn.
The Inner and Middle Temple Gardens, London
Tue 19 Jun

More details - LSX Connect Summer 2018
’LSX Connect’ is the second of four quarterly evening networking events for LSX Ltd. community members in 2018.
CMS Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street London United Kingdom
Wed 27 Jun

More details - Lost Horizons Presents The Willows with support from The Demon Gin
"...The Willows are a breath of fresh air to the folk music community... " Maverick Magazine Bringing together some of the most exciting musicians on the UK folk & roots scene, The Willows blur the boundaries between contemporary song and folk traditions on either side of the Atlantic.
Downstairs @The Harrison 28 Harrison Street Kings X London
Sat 23 Jun

More details - Refugee Week Pub Quiz!
Have you got anything planned for Refugee Week? Come along to our Refugee Week Pub Quiz! Not only will you be able to demonstrate your superior general knowledge and gain bragging rights at work, but we are running a raffle with fantastic prizes, as well as giving out winner and runner-up prizes.
The Blacksmith and the Toffeemaker Pub, 292-294 St John Street, Clerkenwell
Thu 21 Jun

More details - River Stage
River Stage, London’s largest free outdoor Summer arts festival organised by the National Theatre in partnership with five of the UK’s leading arts and culture organisations returns this July to London’s South Bank The Glory, HOME Manchester, nonclassical and Sadler’s Wells (as well as the
National Theatre, Upper Ground, London, PX
Fri 13 Jul, Sun 12 Aug

More details - "This first summer month..." A Celebration of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
A Celebration of Liberation - of Genius awakening Genius - A recital with introduction of the world famous Mystical Masterpiece The Ruba’iya’t of Omar Khayya’m as translated and adapted by the suffolk born anglo-irish poet Edward FitzGerald 1809 - 1883.
St Ethelburga’s Centre, 78, Bishopsgate, London.
Thu 28 Jun

More details - Central Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR)
This highly comprehensive one day training workshop will guide attendees through the new Central Securities Depositories (CSDs) regulatory compliance framework that is in place across the European Union (EU).
8 Fenchurch St London
Fri 13 Jul

More details - Pediatric Pathology 2018
It is our pleasure to invite all the participants across the globe to attend its 12th International Conference on Pediatric Diseases and Diagnostic Pathology going to be held during July 13-14, 2018 Toronto, Canada.
Park Inn By Radisson Toronto Airport West 175 Derry Road East Mississauga, L5S 1Y9 Toronto, Ontario, Canada Main: (905) 364-9999
Fri 13 Jul and Sat 14 Jul

More details - AFE
Inspired by the work of Sigmund Freud, WHIST invites you on a journey into the unconscious mind, through the dreams, fears and desires of a fictional family.
Lilian Baylis Studio Rosebery Avenue Clerkenwell
Tue 19 Jun to Sat 23 Jun

More details - Semperoper Ballett (Dresden)
Based in Dresden, the Semperoper Ballett is internationally renowned for its distinguished ballet technique with both classical and contemporary repertoire. This triple bill of works by the visionary William Forsythe compliments the dancers’ technical expertise and physical prowess.
Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London
Thu 21 Jun to Sat 23 Jun

More details - Nederlands Dans Theater 1
The celebrated NDT returns with a revelatory programme featuring two works by resident choreographers Sol León and Paul Lightfoot: Shoot the Moon, an exploration of hidden emotions to a score by Philip Glass, and Stop-Motion, an attempt to capture the past, set to Max Richter’s haunting music.
Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London
Tue 26 Jun to Fri 29 Jun

More details - Hofesh Shechter Company
Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Hofesh Shechter is known for his distinctive mix of dance, theatre and music. After a successful run last Autumn, Grand Finale returns with its vision of a world in freefall that is both bleak and beautiful.
Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London
Wed 4 Jul to Sat 7 Jul

More details - Company of Elders
Since 1989, Company of Elders, Sadler’s Wells’ inspirational resident over-60s performance company, has been demonstrating the power of lifelong creativity and proving it is never too late to start dancing.
Lilian Baylis Studio Rosebery Avenue Clerkenwell
Fri 6 Jul

More details - L-E-V
Following her guest artistic direction of NYDC, Sadler’s Wells’ newest Associate Artist Sharon Eyal brings L-E-V, the Israeli company that she heads up alongside Gai Behar, in its first reappearance since its Sadler’s Wells Debut in 2016.
Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London
Fri 13 Jul and Sat 14 Jul

More details - Birmingham Royal Ballet
In this triple bill, Twyla Tharp’s monochrome In the Upper Room is set ablaze by energetic choreography and red pointe shoes.
Rosebery Ave, Clerkenwell, London
Sun 15 Jul and Mon 16 Jul

More details - Exploring Fashion Futures
Exploring Fashion Futures examines the current developments and debates, and asks what will sustainable fashion look like in the future? Speakers from brands, policy makers, sustainability researchers and other professionals will join us for a set of mini lectures.
Coventry University London, 109-117 Middlesex Street, London
Thu 21 Jun

More details - Macmillan Cancer Support Information Service at Spitfield Market
Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile service will be visiting the area, with cancer information specialists on hand to answer questions and offer information.
Bishops Square
Tue 19 Jun

More details - Nine Foot Nine
Cara and Nate are a hard-working young couple looking to start a family. Together they’re bumbling through the daunting world of pregnancy tests, maternity clothes and flat pack cot building.
The Bunker, 53a Southwark Street London
Today, Thu 21 Jun, Mon 25 Jun, Thu 28 Jun, Mon 2 Jul, Thu 5 Jul

More details - Libby's Eyes
The lights are up on Libby - a girl who can’t see. Libby is visually impaired, but she wants to function like everyone else. Inspirational.
The Bunker 53a Southwark Street, London
Today, Thu 21 Jun, Mon 25 Jun, Thu 28 Jun, Mon 2 Jul, Thu 5 Jul

More details - No One Is Coming To Save You
An insomniac is watching TV in a language he doesn’t understand; a woman is stood in a garden stretching her arms to the sky. The whole world is asleep and something extraordinary is about to happen. No One Is Coming to Save You is the hypnotic story of two young lives lived in social, political and economic fear.
The Bunker, 53a Southwark Street London
Tue 19 Jun, Fri 22 Jun, Tue 26 Jun, Fri 29 Jun, Tue 3 Jul, Fri 6 Jul

More details - Section 2
Following their highly successful debut show Flood, Paper Creatures Theatre return with this hard-hitting drama by emerging playwright Peter Imms.
The Bunker, 53a Southwark Street London
Tue 19 Jun, Fri 22 Jun, Tue 26 Jun, Fri 29 Jun, Tue 3 Jul, Fri 6 Jul

More details - Kiss Chase
Kiss Chase is a part-interactive, part-verbatim speed dating event, exploring the barriers many of us face when forming relationships with family, friends, or partners.
The Bunker, 53a Southwark Street London
Wed 20 Jun, Sat 23 Jun, Wed 27 Jun, Sat 30 Jun, Wed 4 Jul, Sat 7 Jul

More details - GUY: A New Musical
Guy, a shy and overweight millennial, is failing in the departments of mates and dates and fun - dating apps can be cruel if you don’t look like a model. When he’s ghosted by his Romeo, he tries to follow the latest 11-step listicle to get noticed: diets, exercise regimes, and a new wardrobe...
The Bunker, 53a Southwark Street London
Wed 20 Jun, Sat 23 Jun, Wed 27 Jun, Sat 30 Jun, Wed 4 Jul, Sat 7 Jul

More details - Bubble and Squeak Comedy
Every Tuesday at the historic Nell of Old Drury, we bring you the hottest pro acts on the circuit and TV names trying out new, fresh material in the heart of Covent Garden. It’s in our cozy upstairs room and the bar is open till late.
29 Catherine Street
Tue 19 Jun

More details - Borough Talks: How has food changed London's built environment?
Borough Market hosts debate as part of the London Festival of Architecture “How has food production, distribution, storage, preparation, consumption, waste and culture changed London’s built environment? How has London changed food? What does the future hold?
Borough Market
Thu 28 Jun

More details - I Am Of Ireland
I AM OF IRELAND is an exciting new play by one of Ireland’s most perceptive writers, Seamus Finnegan (Act of Union, Soldiers, North). Directed by Ken McClymont, the play examines the state of a divided nation and Ireland’s increasingly important role in Europe.
Old Red Lion, 418 St John Street
Today to Sat 30 Jun

More details - Row2Recovery Fundraiser Dinner
Members and non-members alike are invited to this exclusive black-tie summer party hosted by Olympian Mark Hunter MBE and Jim Davidson OBE, Comedian and Television Presenter, to raise money for Row2Recovery association, which is has been instrumental in developing the national adaptive rowing programme for the
Devonshire Club, 5 Devonshire Square
Fri 29 Jun

More details - Charli XCX and A. G. Cook present Pop 2
Charli XCX and A. G. Cook present Pop 2 Plus special guests. Artists performing: Charlie XCX.
Village Underground, London
Tue 19 Jun

More details - An Evening at the Opera - Choral Dances and Opera Choruses
East London Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Joanna Tomlinson with Rachel Chapman (soprano), Elizabeth Weisberg (soprano) and Cathy Bell (alto) perform settings of Psalm 109 (110), Dixit Dominus, by Antonio Vivaldi (RV595) and George Frideric Handel in an early-evening concert in the oldest church in the City of
All Hallows by the Tower, Byward Street
Sat 7 Jul

More details - The London Group & Friends @ Waterloo Festival 2018
The London Group have organised three exhibitions featuring 70 artists for the 2018 Waterloo Festival which explore this year’s festival theme ‘Transforming Minds’.
Three locations in and around St John’s Waterloo, Waterloo Road
Today to Sun 24 Jun

More details - Monski Mouse's Baby Disco Dance Hall
View dates & book Tickets from £8.50(includes £1.50 in fees per ticket) Book now   6th May - 30th September 2018 http://www.underbellyfestival.com ’The best dance party with your under 5-year-old that you’ve ever had... absolutely joyous.’ ?????
Underbelly Festival, Belvedere Road Coach Park London
Sun 24 Jun, Sun 1 Jul, Sun 8 Jul

More details - Peepshow by Circa
Circa come to London with Peepshow, an exciting European premiere that turns cabaret on its head, literally. Join ‘the rockstars of the circus world’ as they embark on a seductive dance through the hall of mirrors that is your imagination.
Underbelly Festival, Jubilee Gardens, off Belvedere Road, London
Wed 27 Jun to Sat 18 Aug

More details - Transatlantic Rhapsodies: sparkling music from Britain and the USA
Lewisham Choral Society perform Jonathan Dove’s lively evocation of the seasons The Passing of the Year and his serene Seek Him that Maketh, Randall Thompson’s poignant Fare Well, Eric Whitacre’s spellbinding When David Heard and tranquil Sleep.
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London
Tue 10 Jul

More details - Looking back: Looking forward
CoMA London Ensemble Gregory Rose (conductor) Loré Lixenberg (soprano) Celebrating CoMA’s 25th year, our programme will include favourites from the past and works written for this year’s festival. Paul Burnell: Acute Suite No.
St Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch High Street
Tue 26 Jun

More details - The Tempest
“Oh, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in it! ” Shakespeare’s final solo play The Tempest is the enchanting opening to this year’s outdoor summer season.
St. Paul’s Church, Bedford St, London
Tue 19 Jun

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