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Today to Thu 23 May, closest first.     Page 2

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
Sat 4 May

More details - Lambeth Palace - Open Garden for NGS
Lambeth Palace has one of the oldest and largest private gardens in London. It has been occupied by Archbishops of Canterbury since 1197. Formal courtyard boasts historic White Marseilles fig planted in 1556. Parkland style garden features mature trees, woodland and native planting, orchard and pond.
Lambeth Palace,
Mon 20 May 19

More details - My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty
Give children a first taste of the magical world of ballet. Enjoy the classic fairy tale ballet together, in this new version especially created for children aged three upwards. As a baby, Princess Aurora is cursed by Carabosse: on her 16th birthday, she will prick her finger on a spinning wheel and die.
Peacock Theatre Portugal St London
Today to Sat 27 Apr

More details - Summer Street - The Hilarious Aussie Soap Opera Musical!
Bringing sun, songs and ’90s nostalgia, AJN Productions is taking Summer Street – The Hilarious Aussie Soap Opera Musical! out for a spin. This new musical is heading to The Blockhouse to delight Brighton Fringe-goers before transferring to Waterloo East Theatre to bring some sun and fun to London.
Waterloo East Theatre, Brad Street London
Tue 14 May 19 to Sun 2 Jun

More details - Nova is alive with the sound of music
All-new fortnightly live music performances are set to take the heart of SW1 by storm this summer With spring finally sprung and summer just around the corner, Nova in Victoria is counting down to festival season by launching Nova Summer Sounds, all-new, fortnightly live music performances.
Nova, Sir Simon Milton Square, Westminster
Thu 2 May, Thu 16 May, Thu 30 May, Thu 13 Jun

More details - School of Rock
Based on the iconic, hit Jack Black film, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation School Of Rock – The Musical is leaving audiences rocking night after night at the Gillian Lynne Theatre.
Gillian Lynne Theatre Drury Lane London
Today to Mon 29 Apr, Wed 1 May to Mon 6 May, Wed 8 May to Mon 13 May, Wed 15 May to Mon 20 May, Wed 22 May, Thu 23 May, Sat 25 May to Mon 27 May, Wed 29 May, Thu 30 May, Sat 1 Jun

More details - Félix Rabin - Set to rock London next Month!
The French 23 year old singer-songwriter and guitarist was inspired by musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Pink Floyd.....his style embodies these influences and with inventive riffs and moody melodies,this is contemporary rock at its best!
The 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London
Tue 30 Apr 19

More details - Here Am I
A celebration of the 25th anniversary of the ordination of women to the priesthood, by award-winning photographer Jim Grover. Jim has spent eight months following 12 very different female priests in the Diocese, to capture a flavour of the rich diversity of women’s ministry with his intimate and candid images.
gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London
Wed 22 May 19 to Sun 2 Jun

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 28 Apr, Sun 5 May, Sun 12 May

More details - Baileys Book Bar is Back
Following the sell-out success of the pop-ups over the past three years, the Women’s Prize for Fiction at the Baileys Book Bar is back for another sequence of inspiring and thought-provoking events celebrating the best of writing by women.
Waterstones - Tottenham Court Road 19-21 Tottenham Court Rd
Tue 30 Apr 19 to Fri 3 May

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
Today to Sat 11 May

More details - Wicked
When Dorothy famously triumphed over the Wicked Witch of the West, we only ever heard one side of the story.
Apollo Victoria 17 Wilton Road London
Today to Sat 27 Apr, Mon 29 Apr to Sat 4 May, Mon 6 May to Sat 11 May, Mon 13 May, Tue 14 May, Thu 16 May to Sat 18 May, Mon 20 May, Tue 21 May, Fri 24 May, Sat 25 May, Mon 27 May to Sat 1 Jun, Mon 3 Jun, Tue 4 Jun, Thu 6 Jun to Sat 8 Jun, Mon 10 Jun to Thu 13 Jun

More details - NOS @ WNO: Devotion and Desire (The London Showing)
Following their residency with Welsh National Opera, the Young Artists from National Opera Studio return to London for a showing of their recent scenes production.
Regent Hall 275 Oxford St, Mayfair, London
Wed 8 May 19

More details - Florence Nightingale's London
Walk in the footsteps of the ’mother of nursing’ and discover the life of Florence Nightingale through the places where she lived and worked.
Outside Dorchester Hotel Park Lane London
Sun 12 May, Wed 22 May, Sun 2 Jun

More details - Lost Horizons Presents Calling Blue Jay with Support
Calling Blue Jay is the musical project of London-based, Belgian songwriter and musician, Marieke De Keukelaere, alongside Latvian violinist, Maris Peterlevics. The music can be described as atmospheric alt-folk, a sound that is simultaneously intimate and powerful.
Downstairs @The Harrison 28 Harrison Street Kings X London
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - Speak Your Truth
Tune into your truth (what feels right for you) and develop the courage to honour that. Say ’no’ when needed, have those difficult conversations people often avoid and learn to ask for what you really want!
RADA, 16 Chenies St, Fitzrovia, London
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, Willie Gilbert Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser Based on How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying by Shepherd Mead How to Succeed is a witty, satirical show with an exhilarating musical score and a plethora of interesting and diverse characters.
Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London
Wed 15 May to Sat 18 May, Tue 21 May to Sat 25 May

More details - Eccleston Square - Open Garden for NGS
Planned by Cubitt in 1828, the 3 acre square is subdivided into mini gardens with camellias, iris, ferns and containers. Dramatic collection of tender climbing roses and 20 different forms of tree peonies. National Collection of ceanothus incl more than 70 species and cultivars.
Eccleston Square,
Sun 19 May 19

More details - The May Fair
Grosvenor Square, will host the May Fair from 5-6 May, offering Londoners, visitors and families a weekend of entertainment, food and fairground fun inspired by the Great British seaside, in the heart of the West End.
Grosvenor Square
Sun 5 May 19

More details - Autism's Got Talent 2019
Autism’s Got Talent was established by charity Anna Kennedy Online and the event - this is a live show celebrating the diverse talents of children and adults with autism.
Mermaid Theatre, Puddle Dock, London
Sat 4 May 19

More details - Family Day: Wild River Adventures
Saturday 27 April 2019 10:30AM Family Day: Wild River Adventures For ages 5 plus 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!
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - For Crying Out Loud!
Wednesday 15 May 2019 11:00AM For Crying Out Loud! Informal concerts for parents or carers and their babies up to 1 year old Hear outstanding performances by musicians from the Royal Academy of Music in these concerts presented especially for parents or carers and babies under 1 to enjoy together in a relaxed and...
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street
Wed 15 May 19

More details - Schools Concert: Heroes and Villains
Friday 17 May 2019 11:00AM Schools Concert: Heroes and Villains Key Stage 2 Join countertenor Patrick Terry, presenter Isabelle Adams and characters from 18th-century opera for a concert of glorious arias and diva behaviour.
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street
Fri 17 May 19

More details - Family Concert: Heroes and Villains
Saturday 18 May 2019 11:00AM Family Concert: Heroes and Villains For ages 5 plus Join countertenor Patrick Terry, presenter Isabelle Adams and characters from 18th-century opera for a concert of glorious arias and diva behaviour.
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street
Sat 18 May 19

More details - Chamber Tots: In the Garden
Wednesday 22 May 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 22 May 19

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