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More details - House Of Fitness by Argos
Over two days, on the 23rd and 24th of March, Argos will launch the ultimate at-home style gym to offer an antidote to some of the pet hates that deter many Brits from working out. There will be no off-putting mirrors or sweaty locker room smells and strictly soft lighting only.
62–64 Southampton Row

More details - Motionhouse: Charge
Following on from the success of Broken and Scattered, Motionhouse unearths the science behind the beating of our hearts and the memories we make, as six performers use dance and acrobatics to expose the charge that sparks human life in this electrifying new multi-media show tracing the incredible story of energy in
The Peacock Portugal Street

More details - My First Ballet: Swan Lake
English National Ballet’s My First Ballet series returns this spring with a new version of arguably one of the most famous ballets of all time; Swan Lake. Shortened in length and featuring Tchaikovsky’s memorable score, this adaptation has been created especially for children as young as three.
The Peacock Portugal Street
Thu 29 Mar to Sat 7 Apr

More details - The Canterville Ghost
London Children’s Ballet returns to the West End with a ballet based on Oscar Wilde’s witty novella. Set in the roaring 20s, The Canterville Ghost is performed by an all-child cast and set to the music of a live orchestra. Sir Simon Canterville has haunted his ancestral home successfully for centuries.
The Peacock Portugal Street
Thu 19 Apr to Sun 22 Apr

More details - Talk: Parkinson of the Disease: Apothecary, Pamphleteer, Fossilist & Freemason
Join us at the Library and Museum of Freemasonry for a free talk to commemorate World Parkinson’s Day, when Professor Brian Hurwitz introduces his latest research on James Parkinson (1755 – 1824).
Kent Room, Library and Museum of Freemasonry, Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London
Wed 11 Apr

More details - Australian and New Zealand University Open Day in London
Study Options Open Days are a series of free information events designed to give students, parents and careers advisors the chance to find out more about studying at Australian and New Zealand universities.
Australia House, Strand

More details - Even When I Fall (2017) + Director Q&A - Bertha Dochouse, London
Your chance to meet the filmmakers! In advance of Even When I Fall’s official release in mid April, we are touring the film nationwide at regional cinemas with Q&As attended by Directors Sky Neal and Kate McLarnon.
Bertha Dochouse, Curzon Bloomsbury, The Brunswick, London
Thu 12 Apr

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Bloomsbury
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square London
Thu 19 Apr

More details - Food, Facts, Fantasy Debate
Taking place from February to April, the Institute of Art and Ideas – the organisation described by Total Politics as ‘Europe’s answer to TED’ – has today announced a new trio of unique live events at renowned cultural venue The Store at 180 The Strand, home to London Fashion Week 2017.
The Store, 180 Strand
Tue 3 Apr

More details - Fate Unknown: The Search for the Missing after the Holocaust
By the end of World War II, millions of people had been murdered or displaced by war and genocide. Families and communities were torn apart. Many were missing, and some people’s fates remain unclear to this day.
The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London
Mon 26 Mar to Fri 30 Mar, Mon 2 Apr to Fri 6 Apr, Mon 9 Apr to Fri 13 Apr, Mon 16 Apr to Fri 20 Apr

More details - Book Talk: Codename Suzette: An Extraordinary Story of Resistance and Rescue in Nazi Paris
Suzanne Spaak was born into an affluent Belgian Catholic family and married into the country’s leading political dynasty. Her brother-in-law was the prime minister while her husband Claude was a playwright and patron of the painter René Magritte.
The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London
Mon 26 Mar

More details - Book Launch: Miracles do Happen
Reading, remembering, resisting: publisher Henry Rosenbloom launches Miracles Do Happen. Henry Rosenbloom founded the publishing house Scribe 40 years ago in Melbourne, and today publishes over 100 titles annually across the UK, the US and Australia.
The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London
Mon 9 Apr

More details - Curators’ Talk: Fate Unknown: The Search for the Missing after the Holocaust
Delve deeper into the personal histories, collections and themes that make up The Wiener Library’s current temporary exhibition on the search for the missing after the Holocaust. Co-curators Dr.
The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London
Thu 19 Apr

More details - Forró Family - Brazilian Partner Dance
Come and learn this exciting new partner dance from Brazil. No need to bring a partner. Just come and find out why it is so popular
Church Hall, 24 Exmouth Market, London
Today, Sat 31 Mar, Sat 7 Apr

The Classical Now More details - The Classical Now
The Classical Now is a major exhibition pairing the work of modern and contemporary artists with classical Greek and Roman antiquities.
The Arcade at Bush House, 30 Aldwych,King’s College London and Inigo Rooms, King’s College London, Somerset House, East Wing, London.
Today to Sat 28 Apr
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More details - Legacies of Biafra:
This multi-media show features artwork, which explores the on-going impact of war locally and globally, considering how the first civil war in post-independence Africa has influenced the perception of the continent internationally, as well as reshaping the social and political structures within Nigeria.
Brunei Gallery,SOAS Russell Square Thornhaugh Street London

More details - From Tribal Forest to Urban Jungle: Exhibition of Photographs from Central India by Verrier Elwin
The traditional Adivasi cultures of Central India are steeped in mythologies, songs and rituals that connect them to their natural environment, but today we hear little about these stories. Back in 1926, as a young graduate from Merton College Oxford, Verrier Elwin had the promise of a brilliant career ahead.

More details - You Can't Take It With You
You Can’t Take It With You By Moss Hart and George S Kaufman Set in the summer of 1938, New York City, You Can’t Take it With You introduces you to the Sycamores, an eccentric family who live life to the fullest by pursuing their passions – no matter how bizarre.
Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, London
Tue 10 Apr to Sat 14 Apr

More details - Damage
Damage. Artists performing: Damage.: Tickets avaiable.
ULU Live - London, London

More details - Love Me Now
Throwing a sharp light on casual relationships and today’s hook-up culture, Love Me Now is about the toxicity of casual dating and the grey area between love and sex, consent and compliance, yes and no.
Tristan Bates Theatre, Tristan Bates Theatre, 1A Tower St, Covent Garden
Tue 27 Mar to Sat 14 Apr

More details - The Gulf
The European Premiere of The Gulf by Audrey Cefaly is an honest representation of the challenges all relationships can endure, no matter the sexuality. It looks at two women on a small fishing boat in the Gulf of Mexico and what makes their relationship tick.
Tristan Bates Theatre 1a Tower Street London
Tue 17 Apr to Sat 5 May

More details - The Porterhouse Sessions
The 2 hour session in Irish craft beer education? will be hosted by Porterhouse Brewing Company’s UK brand ambassador, and guests will sample the varied flavour profiles of the Porterhouse Pilsner, Porterhouse Dublin Pale Ale, Porterhouse Red Ale, Porterhouse Plain Porter followed by the no.
The Porterhouse Covent Garden, 21-22 Maiden Lane
Wed 28 Mar

More details - Blues Caravan 2018 - Three Musicians on a Mission
Blues Caravan 2018..........featuring Bernard Allison, Vanja Sky and Mike Zito This is no ordinary club tour.......this is the Blues Caravan 2018.
Orange Yard, Manette St, Soho
Fri 20 Apr

More details - QIGONG - All Levels (RADA Studios)
Exercises for health, including breathing, posture, coordination, balance, stretching, flexibility, relaxation, muscle-tone improvement, & de-stressing. JAMES DREWE is an experienced teacher and practitioner. He has been studying tai chi & qigong for 40 years, and has been teaching for 25 years.
RADA Studios, 16 Chenies Street
Today to Mon 26 Mar

More details - TAI CHI YANG 10-STEP (RADA Studios)
This Yang style tai chi form (set of movements) is one step up from the beginners 10-Step form. It is a ’standardised’ form in that it is performed in the same way throughout the world. We will also do some QIGONG exercises. JAMES DREWE is an experienced teacher and practitioner.
RADA Studios, 16 Chenies Street
Today to Mon 26 Mar