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Today to Tue 23 Apr, closest first.    

More details - A Hundred Words For Snow
A Hundred Words for Snow is a journey of epic proportions in every sense - through grief, adolescence and across the Arctic - as it follows Rory on her mission to get the ashes of her Arctic enthusiast dad to the North Pole, whilst discovering the full extent of the planet’s destruction and a lot about herself
Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, Westminster, London
Today to Sat 30 Mar

More details - ICE 2019 exhibition – Water: From Source to Tap
The Institution of Civil Engineers showcases the vital role civil engineers play transforming lives and safeguarding our future. The new 2019 exhibition explores the hidden depths of water engineering and the work of behind-the-scenes heroes who fight fatbergs and flooding.
the Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, London
Today to Fri 29 Mar, Mon 1 Apr to Fri 5 Apr, Mon 8 Apr to Fri 12 Apr, Mon 15 Apr to Thu 18 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Fri 26 Apr, Mon 29 Apr to Fri 3 May, Tue 7 May to Fri 10 May, Mon 13 May to Fri 17 May, Mon 20 May

More details - Only Fools and Horses The Musical Charity Gala Evening
A Gala Evening performance & Dinner with Only Fools and Horses The Musical in support of the Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust With a hilarious original score and plenty of dodgy dealings, please join us as we get reacquainted with Britain’s most ‘ambitious’ market traders, Del Boy (Tom Bennett), Rodney
Theatre Royal Haymarket 18 Suffolk Street London
Tue 2 Apr 19

More details - BACH - BRANDENBURG CONCERTOS by Candlelight
Programme: Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 Vivaldi - "Summer" from the Four Seasons Mozart - Flute Quartet in D Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No.
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
Fri 12 Apr 19

More details - Easter at The London Dungeon
HIDE AND SEEK SHELTER FROM SWEENEY TODD’S BLADE THIS EASTER Keep hold of your head as the London Dungeon’s demonic barber launches his new hide and seek show Running for a limited time 5th April – 22nd April 2019 Monday 18th March: This Easter, the London Dungeon’s own Sweeney Todd is calling all those brave
The London Dungeon
Fri 5 Apr 19 to Mon 22 Apr

More details - Discover the Hidden World of How to Train Your Dragon
Following the movie launch of How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World, budding Dragon trainers will have the chance to come face to face with the new Light Fury, at Shrek’s Adventure! London.
Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, Lambeth
Sat 6 Apr 19 to Mon 22 Apr

More details - Polar Adventure
The big freeze is on its way to the capital this Easter, as a state-of-the-art Augmented Reality Arctic experience opens at SEA LIFE London. Polar Adventure is the only place in London in which guests will embark on a journey of discovery to one of the world’s last frontiers.
SEA LIFE London County Hall Westminster Bridge Rd
Mon 8 Apr 19 to Mon 22 Apr

More details - Curious About Trafalgar Square
Have fun discovering The City of Westminster, including Trafalgar Square, Horseguards Parade and Buckingham  Palace,  with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format. Are you curious about London?
City of Westminster: Starts: St James’s Square London
Sat 30 Mar

More details - Little Death Club
Having blown Edinburgh’s mind, the multi-award-winning Queen of Weimar punk kabarett Bernie Dieter (star of La Clique) took Little Death Club to Adelaide picking up the ‘Best Cabaret’ weekly award on its way.
Underbelly Festival, Jubilee Gardens, off Belvedere Road, London
Thu 18 Apr to Sun 21 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Sun 28 Apr, Tue 30 Apr to Sun 5 May, Tue 7 May to Sun 12 May, Tue 14 May to Sun 19 May, Tue 21 May to Sun 26 May, Tue 28 May to Sun 2 Jun, Tue 4 Jun to Sun 9 Jun, Tue 11 Jun to Sun 16 Jun

More details - Sh!t-faced Showtime:  Oliver with a Twist
Will you see an arseholed-Dodger, a fuddled Fagin or even an out-of-it Oliver? Each night a different actor will get drunk before the show, when they’ll attempt to perform an hour long version of Oliver!
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, London
Wed 27 Mar to Sat 30 Mar, Tue 2 Apr to Sat 6 Apr, Tue 9 Apr to Fri 12 Apr

More details - Abstract Allies
London’s Zuleika Gallery is delighted to announce Abstract Allies, an exhibition of abstract art, selected by celebrated collector Tim Sayer MBE and curator Lizzie Collins. Admission is free and all works are for sale.
Zuleika Gallery, 3rd Floor, 6 Masons Yard, St James’s, London
Today to Fri 29 Mar

More details - Piccadilly Chamber Music Series: The Great Romantics [2]
The West End’s newest chamber music series, Piccadilly Chamber Concerts in 2019, focusing on The Great Romantics. Each programme features a masterpiece of 19th Century romantic repertoire.
197 Piccadilly St. James’s
Fri 5 Apr 19

More details - Meet Florence Nightingale
Come and meet Miss Nightingale and hear all about how she became known as the ‘Lady with the Lamp’. Find out how she became a nurse against her parents’ wishes, why she went to the Crimea War and how she improved the conditions for the soldiers and nurses.
Florence Nightingale Museum 2 Lambeth Palace Road
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - London Handel Festival
Handel’s Divas London Handel Festival celebrates the women who inspired and sang Handel’s music London Handel Festival 2019 launches with Berenice at the newly-reopened Linbury Studio Theatre at the Royal Opera House The 2019 London Handel Festival takes ‘Handel’s Divas’ as its theme and will explore the
Linbury Studio Theatre 35-36 Bow St
Wed 27 Mar 19 to Mon 29 Apr

More details - A Piece of the Continent
As the future of European citizens living and working in the UK hangs in the balance, The Actors Centre and Voila! Europe present a brand-new festival celebrating cultural links and theatre from our neighbours across Europe. A Piece of the Continent will be staged at Tristan Bates Theatre, in the heart of London.
Tristan Bates Theatre
Sun 7 Apr 19 to Sun 28 Apr

More details - Victor Pasmore: Space as Motif, Works from 1960 – 1970
Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present an exhibition of the work of one of the most prominent figures of post-war British art and architecture, Victor Pasmore (1908-1998).
Marlborough Fine Art, 6 Albemarle Street
Today to Sat 30 Mar

More details - Gray Area Drinking with Jolene Park and Club Soda
We’re all familiar with the rock-bottom kind of drinking that ruins too many lives, and on the other end of the spectrum, there are those who never or rarely drink. If you fall in between those two extremes, you might identify as a gray area drinker.
Date and Time Sat, March 30, 2019 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM GMT Add to Calendar Location SOHOST 8 Berwick Street, London
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Alan Barnes & Terence Collie Duo Jazz Concert
Mood Indigo Events are happy to be bringing our third in a series of Duo Jazz Concerts to the beautiful and unique 1901 Arts Club close to Waterloo Station. This month Multi-reeds player Alan Barnes will be joining pianist Terence Collie.
1901 Arts Club, 7 Exton Street, Waterloo
Thu 4 Apr 19

More details - Angry Alan
Following a smash-hit sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, Penelope Skinner’s Fringe-First award winning play Angry Alan now transfers to Soho Theatre. This darkly comic play about masculinity in crisis is written and directed by multi-award-winning playwright Penelope Skinner.
21 Dean Street London
Today to Sat 30 Mar

More details - Mouthpiece
A woman takes a step forward into the air. A teenage boy pulls her back. Libby whiles away her days in New Town cafes and still calls herself a writer. Declan is a talented young artist struggling with a volatile home.
Soho Theatre, 21 Dean Street
Tue 2 Apr 19 to Sat 4 May

More details - Drawing Distinctions
‘Drawing Distinctions’ is a collaborative exhibition of drawings between The London Group artist collective in London UK and the Faculty of the Art and Design Department and invited Alumni of the University of Wisconsin Stout Menomonie USA.
The Cello Factory 33-34 Cornwall Road Waterloo London
Wed 3 Apr 19

More details - UK Asian Film Festival
The world’s longest running South Asian film festival outside of India, UK Asian Film Festival, has announced its full programme for 2019. The festival will run in five cities across the UK, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leicester, London and Manchester, 27th March – 4th May 2019.
The May Fair Hotel
Wed 27 Mar, Sat 4 May

More details - Equilibrium. An idea for Italian sculpture
Mazzoleni presents Equilibrium. An idea for Italian sculpture, a group show curated by Giorgio Verzotti. The exhibition will tour from Mazzoleni’s Turin gallery to open in London to the public on 8 February 2019. Equilibrium.
Mazzoleni, 27 Albemarle Street, London
Today to Sat 30 Mar, Mon 1 Apr to Fri 5 Apr

More details - Yamaha Music London  Lifts the Lid on World Piano Day
FREE! INSTORE PERFOMANCES FROM LONDON’S LEADING PIANISTS + EXCITING COMPETITION TO WIN TICKETS TO A VERY SPECIAL ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA CONCERT Yamaha Music London are thrilled to be part of World Piano Day! No other single instrument offers the range of emotion that can be expressed via the piano.
Yamaha Music London 152-160 Wardour Street London
Fri 29 Mar 19

More details - The Brew - Art of Persuasion Tour hits UK in April
The Brew............earning a reputation as one of Europe’s most exciting rock acts From Grimsby, The Brew has appeared three times on Germany’s Prestigious Rockpalast show and has toured with ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and played alongside legends like Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa, Chickenfoot and Joe Satriani!
The 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London
Wed 3 Apr 19

More details - The Other Side Of The Moon
The Other Side Of The Moon brings together the works of UK-based artists of Korean origin with artists currently living and working in Korea. The intercontinental presentation is curated around an investigation into the contradictions and juxtapositions of our globalised time.
Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank
Thu 28 Mar 19 to Sun 31 Mar

More details - Chocolate Tasting Tour
3 hours guided walking tour led by Paul Mansfield a former Cocoa and Coffee trader with over 20 years experience as a London Tour Guide. Visit the world’s finest Artisan Chocolatiers in London Mayfair and sample Truffles and Ganaches and Brownies and hot chocolate.
Green Park tube station
Sun 31 Mar, Sun 7 Apr, Sun 28 Apr, Sun 5 May, Sun 12 May

More details - Nanomedicine And Drug Delivery 2019
Opportunity to attend / speak at International conference on Nanodelivery 2019. nanodelivery.euroscicon.com/
40 Bloomsbury Way Lower Ground Floor London, United Kingdom .
Thu 11 Apr 19

More details - 2nd World Congress on Osteoporosis and Bone Health
We invite all to this excellent international Congress on Osteoporosis and Bone Health (Osteoporosis Conference 2019) from all over the world and sharing new and exciting results in Osteoporosis, which will be held in Madrid, Spain from April 22-23, 2019 around the theme Advances in the evaluation and treatment of
EuroSciCon Ltd 40 Bloomsbury Way Lower Ground Floor London, United Kingdom .
Mon 22 Apr 19 and Tue 23 Apr

More details - Mustafa Hulusi: Cyprus Realism
Pi Artworks London presents Cyprus Realism, its first solo exhibition by the British-Cypriot-Turkish artist Mustafa Hulusi. The show opens Thursday 11th April and runs until Saturday 11th May 2019.
Pi Artworks: 55 Eastcastle Street
Thu 11 Apr 19 to Sat 11 May

More details - Store Street Spring Market
Market Square Group has been invited to Store Street, and will be bringing our own brand of excitement and colour to Bloomsbury with a great selection of stalls.
Store Street, Bloomsbury
Fri 29 Mar 19 to Sun 31 Mar

More details - Chamber Tots: On the Farm 11:45AM
Chamber Tots: On the Farm Music-making workshop for children aged 3 – 5 and their parents or carers We invite children aged 3 to 5 and their parents/carers to join us on the farm!
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street
Fri 29 Mar 19

More details - Chamber Tots: On the Farm
We invite children aged 3 to 5 and their parents/carers to join us on the farm! This interactive music-making workshop features songs, percussion and the chance to meet some exciting instruments up close, led by our experienced Chamber Tots music leaders alongside emerging ensembles.
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street London
Fri 29 Mar 19

More details - Family Day: Wild River Adventures
Join music leader Hannah Opstad on a winding adventure as we follow the journey of a river through mountains, waterfalls and wherever our imaginations take us! Together we’ll explore stories and music inspired by rivers and create our own musical journey to share with each other onstage.
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street London
Wed 17 Apr 19

More details - Chamber Tots: In the Garden
Wednesday 17 April 2019 11:45AM Chamber Tots: In the Garden Music-making workshop for children aged 3 – 5 and their parents or carers Interactive music-making sessions for children aged 1 to 5 and their parents or carers, with songs, percussion and the chance to meet some exciting instruments up close.
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street
Wed 17 Apr 19

More details - Dr. Martens Colour Pop SS19 Launch Exclusive Event
DR. MARTENS LAUNCH THEIR NEW SS19 COLOUR POP COLLECTION WITH AN EXCLUSIVE EVENT AT THE OXFORD STREET STORE ON THURSDAY 28TH MARCH 2019. JOIN FOR AN INSIGHTFUL PANEL DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE WHAT COLOUR MEANS TO FIVE CREATIVE EXPERTS AND HOW THEY MANIPULATE IT IN THEIR DAY-TO-DAY LIFE.
Dr. Martens, 386 Oxford St, London
Thu 28 Mar 19

More details - Catalyst for Change
Ove Arup Foundation’s 30th Anniversary exhibition ‘Catalyst for Change’ presents highlights of the Foundation’s pioneering work promoting education and knowledge in the built environment through interdisciplinary design practices.
Arup, 8 Fitzroy Street
Today to Sat 11 May

More details - DEPARTURES: A Photographic Journey Through the Islamic World
Drawing upon a unique collection of historical photographs and postcards, Departures will reveal the great diversity of the Islamic world’s social and cultural life. The exhibition will explore a geographical area from Morocco in the West to China in the East, and from the Balkans in the North to Sudan in the South.
Asia House 63 New Cavendish Street London
Fri 12 Apr to Thu 18 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Fri 3 May

More details - Curious About St Paul's
Have fun discovering The City of London, including St Paul’s with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format. Are you curious about London? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather?
City of London, Starts: St Paul’s Cathedral London
Sat 30 Mar

More details - Twelfth Night
Marking the 30th anniversary of the discovery of The Rose Playhouse, St Albans-based company OVO now journeys to London presenting their modern take on Twelfth Night.
The Rose Playhouse, 56 Park Street
Tue 23 Apr 19 to Sun 5 May

More details - Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave Mother's Day weekend - Vauxhall
Join the award winning, world famous Big Fish Little Fish pioneering family ravers as they bring UK Garage, acid house, techno, house, hip hop, drum ’n’ bass to families with 0-8 year olds with 3 rooms of live DJs.
Fire/Lightbox Compley 6 South Lambeth Place Vauxhall
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Why Hadyn?  Concert by Adoramus
‘Why Hadyn?’ The Music and the Man Adoramus Christian Choir and Orchestra is delighted to be giving this concert at the Musicians’ Church London EC1A 2DQ, performing ‘The London Symphony’, the ‘ Missa in Tempore Belli’ and the motet ‘Insanae et Vanae Curae’ by Joseph Haydn. Adoramus is based in N.
St Sepulchre’s Holborn Viaduct
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Killymuck and Box Clever
We are not all born equal. Some of us are born into a life where we automatically have less: less money, less support and, crucially, less opportunity. These two powerful one-woman plays explore the political cause and effect of what being born with less means.
The Bunker 53A Southwark Street London
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The Great Hat Exhibition 2019 - ’World Garden’ More details - The Great Hat Exhibition 2019 - 'World Garden'
Fashion lovers, you are invited to the official London Hat Week exhibition and pop up shop with 300 unique handcrafted hats on display! Come to see the world through beautifully crafted hats by milliners from all over the world.
Menier Gallery 51 Southwark Street
Wed 3 Apr to Sat 6 Apr, Mon 8 Apr to Fri 12 Apr
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More details - Funeral Flowers
Exploring trauma, relationships, and our human instincts to find the courage to survive, the heartfelt Funeral Flowers comes to The Bunker this April.
The Bunker 53A Southwark Street London
Mon 15 Apr to Sat 20 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Sat 27 Apr, Tue 30 Apr to Sat 4 May

More details - Star Baker: House Challenge
Shape your own fantasy house from biscuits in this creative workshop. Sessions run 11:00-12:30, 13:15-14:45 & 15:00-16:30 Does the smell of baking make you feel at home?
40 Brunswick Square London
Tue 9 Apr 19

More details - Toy Homes
Create your own pull-along home in this workshop with Anne Harild. Sessions run 11:00-12:30, 13:15-14:45 & 15:00-16:30 Thinking about how important homes are as places for children to feel safe and happy, work with artist Anne Harild to make a roll-along home to take with you on your travels.
40 Brunswick Square London
Thu 11 Apr 19

More details - Music for Bedrooms
Become a composer and create a piece of music which expresses your identity. Sessions run 11:00-12:30, 13:15-14:45 & 15:00-16:30 Get creative in our composition workshop.
40 Brunswick Square London
Tue 16 Apr 19

More details - Bach to Baby
Discover the award-winning classical concert series for babies, toddlers and parents. 10:30 (doors 10:00 | Tickets £12 adults, children free Themed concerts are performed by pianist Miaomiao Yu along with other internationally-renowned musicians. Book tickets online at bachtobaby.com.
40 Brunswick Square London
Thu 18 Apr 19

More details - Fire Walk London
Sign up and step out onto the burning hot coals at Fire Walk London this March! Being held in the imposing courtyard of BMA House in London on Thursday 28 March, this adrenaline fuelled event will push your boundaries, challenge your perceptions and make for an unforgettable evening.
BMA House, Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London
Thu 28 Mar 19

More details - #GiveAGigWeek  Discovery2 presents ARGH KID, Saults, Morganway, Emiko
Discovery is once again proud to be participating in Youth Music’s #GiveAGigWeek. A percentage of ticket sales will be going to Youth Music and proceeds from a raffle at the event.
229 The Venue , 229 Great Portland Street, London
Thu 11 Apr 19

More details - Random Selfies
Following its premiere earlier this year and Off-West End nomination for Best Production for Young People, the incredible digitally-animated Random Selfies by Olivier Award-winning playwright Mike Kenny will return for a three-week run.
Ovalhouse
Today to Sat 6 Apr

More details - Songs of Devotion
London Concord Singers East London Chorus Jessica Norton (conductor) Two choirs join together to give a performance of one of the great choral masterpieces of the 20th century, Alfred Schnittke’s Choir Concerto.
St Pancras Parish Church, Euston Road, London
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - 6th Global Meet on Wireless, Aerospace & Satellite Communications
We have the pleasure in inviting you to join us for the International Conference on 6th Global Meet on Wireless, Aerospace & Satellite Communications (Euro SatComm 2019) schedule during April 15-16, 2019 at Amsterdam, Netherlands organized by the Conference Series llc LTD.
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mon 15 Apr 19

More details - See-Through
In a 2017 survey, 34% of young people chose YouTuber as their top career choice; one year later, the highest earning YouTubers were reporting burnout, anxiety, depression and chronic fatigue. Inspired by the 34%, Claire Gaydon set up her camera to see how hard being popular could be.
Camden People’s Theatre
Tue 23 Apr 19 to Sat 27 Apr

More details - Duke of York Square’s Easter Chocolate Market
The market will be open from 10am – 4pm with a selection of special artisan chocolate market stalls including Sir Hans Sloane, Lavolio, Diana David, Susie Keane, Peacoc, Bad Brownies, London Chocolate and Speciality Foods.
Duke of York Square
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - Shaw Goes Wilde
The first act is The Nightingale and the Rose features themes of love and rejection. Oscar Wilde’s bittersweet production sees a student who falls for a young maiden, who demands the student show his feelings by giving her a red rose. Unable to find one, a nightingale offers to make a red rose for him.
Susie Sainsbury Theatre, Royal Academy of Music
Fri 12 Apr 19 to Sun 14 Apr

More details - Powerleague Launches New Nine Elm, Battersea Club
The new Powerleague Club launches on Friday 1 February and features five 5-a-side pitches, one 7-a-side pitch and wearable tech for players which tracks game performance and stats. The club features exciting digital advances including on-pitch cameras to replay and record game triumphs.
130 Thessaly Rd, London
Sun 31 Mar

More details - English Records for Irish Research
According to the census the numbers of Irish born immigrants living in England and Wales almost doubled between 1841 and 1851 to over 520, 000 with 109,000 living in London. This talk looks at why they immigrated, how to research where they lived and where they came from.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 27 Mar 19

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 Mar

More details - Moving Forward - Find Those Elusive Living Relatives
Have you found the 20th century full of obstacles to tracing your family history? Antony Marr, professional genealogist and ex-registrar, looks at moving your existing family research forward through this difficult century.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Alms Houses - History and Architecture and the Birth of Social Housing
In this half-day course, Carol Kerry-Green describes two separate types of housing. Part 1 - Almshouses Carol looks at the history of almshouses, from their beginnings as hospitals for the sick in the 11th century. She traces the different types of almshouses, who founded them and who funded them.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Family History: Understanding the Death Duty Register
One of family history’s best kept secrets – records of death duty payments. Many of us have found our ancestors’ wills and know that they can often give us really valuable information about our family. But very few of us have thought about looking at related records for death duties.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 3 Apr 19

More details - For Family Historians: Parish Registers and Parish Chest Records
A half-day course aimed to showing you what you can find in the records that parishes have left behind. Many are now online but it’s not always easy to find your ancestors in them.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 6 Apr 19

More details - Getting the Most from the Society of Genealogists Library Catalogue
Join us for an interesting talk on SoGCAT, the Society of Genealogists’ online library catalogue. Our Library holds about 135,000 items, over 3 floors. Where do you start to find information on your ancestors? SoGCAT lists what we hold. So learning how to use it gives you a huge getting started benefit.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 10 Apr 19

More details - A History of London through Beer Goggles
Fancy a pint and a ponder? At your leisure, travel the streets of London. Occasionally stop to quench your thirst at one of London’s historic hostelries. Then continue along the well-trodden alleys and cobbled streets, used by Kings, Queens, Playwrights, Pirates and Ghosts.
14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Thu 11 Apr 19

More details - Reading and Understanding Italian Genealogical Records
In this full-day course with Lynn Serafinn, learn how to interpret and translate information found in Italian genealogical records. In this practical, hands-on workshop, work from print-outs of a variety of records spanning nearly four centuries, from the mid-1500s to the early 20th century.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - Family Tree Maker plus DNA with Charting Companion 7
Bring your questions along to a free, interactive discussion with Mark Olsen and Kiara Neilson. Mark and Kiara will cover the Family Tree Maker (FTM) software, DNA with Charting Companion 7, and MacKiev’s involvement with the software. Who should attend Both new and long term Family Tree Maker users.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 17 Apr 19

More details - AFARIN SAJEDI | ECCE MULIER Solo Exhibition at DCG London
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Dorothy Circus Gallery is proud to pre-sent the first UK solo exhibition by the renowned Tehran-based, Iranian artist, Afarin Sajedi. This solo show inaugurates DCG London’s 2019 exhibition programme: Turning Page.
Dorothy Circus Gallery - 35 Connaught Street, London W22AZ
Today to Sat 6 Apr

More details - Mother and Child
The Mother and Child group show will be held both at Dorothy Circus Gallery Rome and London and will showcase the works of more than thirty of our most famous and coveted International artists.
35 Connaught Street
Sat 13 Apr, Mon 15 Apr to Sat 20 Apr, Mon 22 Apr to Sat 27 Apr, Mon 29 Apr to Sat 4 May, Mon 6 May to Sat 11 May, Mon 13 May to Sat 18 May, Mon 20 May to Sat 25 May, Mon 27 May to Sat 1 Jun, Mon 3 Jun to Sat 8 Jun

More details - Hyde Park Estate Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
Four newly designed gardens, never before open to the public. Each garden planted sympathetically to reflect the surroundings. Uniquely The Watergardens feature vast expanses of open water.
Hyde Park Estate Gardens, London
Sun 7 Apr 19

More details - From the WW1 Battlefields and into the Peace
The Royal Hospital Chelsea will host a unique multimedia exhibition charting the roles of The Royal Parks and the Royal Hospital during World War 1 and into peace time, ahead of the 100-year anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Versailles on June 28, 2019.
Wren House, the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, London
Fri 29 Mar 19 to Sun 31 Mar

More details - Britten Sinfonia/Independent Opera - A Sheen of Dew on Flowers
The first public performance of Joby Talbot’s new cantata, commissioned by Independent Opera, which sets love poetry from across the ages.
Barbican Hall, London
Thu 11 Apr 19

More details - Leeds Piano Festival 2019 - Lang Lang Scholars
Hand-picked and mentored by global piano sensation Lang Lang, these three young American pianists bring their prodigious talent to the Leeds Piano Festival. See the future stars of the piano world perform a mix of Mozart, Chopin and Liszt to name but a few.
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s 161 Old Street London
Thu 4 Apr 19

More details - Leeds Piano Festival 2019 - Eric Lu
Described by The Guardian as “surely one of the most exciting prospects in a long time”, 21-year old Eric Lu held both the jury and audience spellbound to take First Prize in the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition last year.
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s 161 Old Street London
Thu 4 Apr 19

More details - Leeds Piano Festival 2019 - Steven Osborne
One of Britain’s most treasured musicians, Steven Osborne explores Beethoven’s final three piano sonatas in his Leeds Piano Festival recital – renowned for his fresh and insightful interpretations of Beethoven’s music, this is an unmissable opportunity to hear this ground-breaking trilogy.
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s 161 Old Street London
Fri 5 Apr 19

More details - Leeds Piano Festival 2019 - Barry Douglas
World-renowned pianist Barry Douglas has forged a major international career since winning the Gold Medal at the 1986 Tchaikovsky Competition. He brings his innate musicality and lyricism to the Leeds Piano Festival, combining miniatures such as Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Seasons’ with his Grande Sonata in G major.
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s 161 Old Street London
Sat 6 Apr 19

More details - Chelsea Physic Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Come and explore London’s oldest botanic garden situated in the heart of Chelsea. With a unique living collection of around 5000 plants, this walled garden is a celebration of the importance of plants and their beauty.
Chelsea Physic Garden,
Mon 1 Apr 19

More details - MIFID II compliance and Technology event
The Training Course The MiFID II Compliance and Technology training course is a unique and highly personalised training course that seeks to provide attendees with a blend of new strategic and operational insights into the new MiFID II framework.
8Fenchurch place Fenchurch Street
Wed 3 Apr 19

More details - Blockchain Technology 2019
KEY BENEFITS •Highly comprehensive training course materials (training manual, training materials, PowerPoint presentations, definitions booklet). •Comprehensive and in-depth understanding of Blockchain technology, innovation in the capital markets, and strategic applications.
Fenchurch Street
Fri 5 Apr 19

More details - The Future of Market Infrastructure the Rise of the Machines
ABOUT THE TRAINING COURSE Not only are today’s markets something the human traders of a generation ago would fail to recognise, but they are no longer a place where human actions of any sort have much of a remaining role.
Fenchurch Street
Mon 15 Apr 19 and Tue 16 Apr

More details - Senior Managers and Certifications Regime Operational Compliance
THE TRAINING PROGRAMME The one-day SMCR Operational Compliance training course has been specifically designed to provide attendees with highly comprehensive training in all the most relevant aspects of the SMCR.
Fenchurch Street
Tue 16 Apr 19

More details - Collateral Management Paradigm
Overview The interaction of numerous regulatory frameworks such as the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), the Uncleared Margin Rules, Basel III (Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV), and the Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR) have ushered in
Fenchurch Street
Wed 17 Apr 19 and Thu 18 Apr

More details - Georgian Tea Room
Why not treat mum, friends & family this Mother’s Day weekend at our Georgian Tea Room? Our Georgian re-enactors will be serving delicious cake and tea in the Radnor Hall at Wesley’s Chapel. Booking is not essential, entrance is on a first come, first served basis.
Wesley’s Chapel, Radnor Hall 49 City Road, London
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Secret Life of John Wesley
Step back in time to meet John Wesley and find out more about life in Georgian London. Try lace making, 18th century baking and meet John Wesley in his study! Our free family activity is ‘Travels with Wesley’. During his lifetime John Wesley travelled over 250,000 miles on horseback, going all over the country.
John Wesley’s House 49 City Road
Wed 10 Apr 19

More details - Bed Peace
The Battle of Yohn and Joko. The Cockpit & Craft Theatre Present... BED PEACE:The Battle of Yohn and Joko www.craft-theatre.com A new Play with music.
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Fri 29 Mar, Sat 30 Mar, Tue 2 Apr to Sat 6 Apr, Tue 9 Apr to Sat 13 Apr, Tue 16 Apr to Fri 19 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Sun 28 Apr

More details - Roald Dahl and the imagination seekers
A family show inspired by the works of Roald Dahl Produced by Get Lost And Found with support from The Roald Dahl Story Company. Presented by The Cockpit All around the world Roald Dahl’s words are disappearing, not only from books but children’s minds too!
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Revolution Pro Wrestling
Thrills, Spills & Over The Top Action! The Cockpit Presents... REVOLUTION PRO WRESTING! Wrestling bodyslams its way back into the Cockpit for another night of high octane, over the top action.
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Sun 31 Mar, Sun 5 May

More details - 1959 The Year Jazz Changed
The anniversary of the most important year in jazz. Produced and presented by 4shaw Music Award-winning Cambridge-based saxophonist Dan Forshaw and his sextet pay homage to the 60th anniversary of a year that changed jazz forever.
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Mon 15 Apr 19

More details - Long Beach Dub Allstars
Long Beach Dub Allstars Plus Special Guests. Artists performing: Long Beach Dub Allstars.: Tickets avaiable.
O2 Academy Islington, London
Sat 6 Apr 19

More details - InHouse Project- Mis-Shapes by Amy Pennington
Mis-Shapes23 January – 31 March 2019 Open Wednesdays ¬– Sundays, 11am – 4pm Alongside the exhibition Labour’s Own Sounding Ideal, an on-going research project by Anneke Kampman, Pump House Gallery is working with artist and illustrator Amy Pennington to transform the Project Space into an
Pump House Gallery Battersea Park London
Today to Sun 31 Mar

More details - What Isn't Here Can't Hurt You
The work of Alison Wilding and Frances Richardson creates an exciting dialogue, with unexpected materials and intriguing forms. On the sculpture terrace: Let sleeping dogs....., 2019 by Alison Wilding
108 Old Brompton Road
Today to Fri 3 May

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Surbiton
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
St Andrew’s Church Thornhill Square London
Today

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Regents Park
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £12, children FREE This event must be pre-booked at https://www.bachtobaby.
St Marks Church Prince Albert Road London
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - Royal Free Music Society Spring Concert: Bach, Vivaldi & Mozart
The RFMS Choir & Hampstead Sinfonietta present an evening of music by Antonio Vivaldi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach and William Boyce.
St Marks Church, Prince Albert Road, Primrose Hill
Sat 30 Mar 19

More details - dressed.
dressed. premiered at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe to critical acclaim, winning a Scotsman Fringe First as well as a nomination for ThisEgg for Total Theatre Awards’ Emerging Company 2018.
Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London
Today to Sat 30 Mar, Mon 1 Apr to Fri 5 Apr

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Kensington
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance.   Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
St Stephens Gloucester Road Kensington
Wed 27 Mar 19

More details - Perform - 3 day Easter Holiday Courses, Alice in Wonderland
This April, your 4-10 year old can have fun tumbling down the rabbit-hole into the topsy-turvy world of Wonderland. Our dynamic team of actors, singers and dancers will inspire and encourage your child as they create a thrilling performance for family and friends. www.perform.org.
Cineworld Fulham Road, 142 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London
Mon 15 Apr 19 to Wed 17 Apr

More details - Gilles Peterson & Patrick Forge Another Sunday Afternoon at Dingwalls
DINGWALLS - A Celebration of the Legendary Talkin’ Loud and Saying Something Sessions "Talkin’ Loud and Saying Something” or just “Dingwalls” as it more commonly known was the session that shaped a generation, in sound, style and attitude it’s influence spread far and wide.
Dingwalls Middle Yard, Camden Lock, London
Sun 7 Apr 19

More details - Perform - 3 day Easter Holiday Courses, Alice in Wonderland
This April, your 4-10 year old can have fun tumbling down the rabbit-hole into the topsy-turvy world of Wonderland. Our dynamic team of actors, singers and dancers will inspire and encourage your child as they create a thrilling performance for family and friends. www.perform.org.
Primrose Hill Community Centre, 29 Hopkinsons Place, Fitzroy Road, Primrose Hill
Mon 15 Apr 19 to Wed 17 Apr

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