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More details - Dejan Tiago-Stankovic in conversation with Misha Glenny
A literary superstar in Belgrade, and wildly admired in his home of Portugal – the charismatic author Dejan Tiago-Stankovic is coming to the Portuguese Embassy in London to discuss his UK debut Estoril, a spy story that is also a historical investigation, a delightful comedy, and a meditation on exile.
The Portuguese Ambassador’s Residence 12 Belgrave Square London

More details - Sankara
The rise & fall of an African hero. Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar" inspires the unforgettable epic story of African hero Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987.
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
Today to Sat 24 Mar, Tue 27 Mar to Sat 31 Mar, Tue 3 Apr to Sat 7 Apr, Tue 10 Apr to Sat 14 Apr

J.S. Bach’s St John Passion sung by the boys of the London Oratory Schola More details - J.S. Bach's St John Passion sung by the boys of the London Oratory Schola
The boys of the Schola Cantorum of the London Oratory perform JS Bach’s St John Passion in the baroque splendour of London’s Brompton Oratory. The choir is joined by Nicholas Mulroy (Evangelist) and Michael Craddock (Christus).
Brompton Oratory, Brompton Road, London
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More details - Special Forces: In the Shadows
This major exhibition presents ideas of security and secrecy through the lens of British Special Forces. Discover who these elite soldiers are, the training and skills they need and some of the operations they’ve undertaken around the world over the past 70 years.
Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Today to Tue 15 May

More details - Focus On: NOUAR "The Love Ride"
On March 10th 2018 Dorothy Circus Gallery LONDON proudly presents Focus On Nouar "The Love Ride". Based in Los Angeles and graduated from Art Center College of Design in 2004, Nouar is an artist deeply inspired by cartoons design and gaudy colour palettes.
79-81 Ledbury Road
Today to Sat 31 Mar

More details - Joint Concert of The Chorale from St Albans School & National Cathedral School AND Schola Cantorium
The programme for the evening will include sacred music and American spirituals. THE CHORALE FROM ST ALBANS SCHOOL & NATIONAL CATHEDRAL SCHOOL: In addition to annual performances and services in Washington National Cathedral, the Chorale has performed throughout the US in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago,...
Church of Our Lady of Victories 235a Kensington High Street, London

More details - After The Ball
Ian Grant’s new play explores how our acts reverberate down the generations. Inspired by a true event in 1918 and an unresolved family memory, After the Ball is a gripping ensemble piece, spanning sixty years, about desire, personal responsibility and the devastating repercussions of human conflict. London, 1914.
Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate Village, London
Today to Sat 24 Mar

More details - A World Inside a Book: Gruffalos, Dragons and Other Creatures
12pm, 3.15pm & 4.05pm Friday – SundayEvery day during School Holidays: 10.15am, 11.05am, 11.55am, 12.45pm, 1.35pm, 2.25pm, 3.15pm, 4.05pm.Sessions last approximately 40 minutes.
Discover Stratford - Children’s Story Centre 383-387 High Street Stratford London
Today to Fri 30 Mar

More details - Make your own open terrarium workshop at NEAL’S NURSERIES GARDEN CENTRE
Learn something new and something green this spring! Capital Gardens are hosting open terrarium workshops, the perfect way to unwind from a busy week and get your hands dirty. Experts from Heron Hawker, London based terrarium and indoor plant specialists, will teach the workshops.
Nurseries Garden Centre, Heathfield Road Wandsworth

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.
55 Huntingdon Road, East Finchley
Today to Wed 28 Mar

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.
EAST FINCHLEY METHODIST HALL 197 High Road, East Finchley, London
Today to Wed 28 Mar

This is the shortest Yang style tai chi form (set of movements) and is for beginners. 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.
EAST FINCHLEY METHODIST HALL 197 High Road, East Finchley, London
Today to Wed 28 Mar

More details - NOW Gallery presents 'Harmonics in Space' by Fred Butler at Greenwich Peninsula
Providing a moment of calm and reflection for the new year, NOW Gallery on Greenwich Peninsula welcomes Harmonics in Space by Fred Butler.
NOW Gallery The Gateway Pavilions Peninsula Square Greenwich Peninsula London
Today to Thu 29 Mar

More details - Busy Bees
Lively sessions for under 5s and their parents or carers. Activities change every week, with creative play, enchanting stories from around the world, simple art and craft, songs, outdoor play (Muddy Bees) and a whole lot of Horniman fun, created with very young children and their carers in mind.  
Horniman Museum and Gardens 100 London Road Forest Hill London
Today, Wed 21 Mar, Tue 27 Mar, Wed 28 Mar, Tue 17 Apr, Tue 24 Apr, Wed 25 Apr, Tue 1 May, Wed 2 May, Tue 8 May, Wed 9 May, Tue 15 May, Wed 16 May

More details - A Child's War
Lotte Moore: A Child’s War20 March - 24 March 2018Adapted and Directed by Nick Bromley from Lotte Moore’s children’s book Lotte Moore’s: A Child’s War tells the story of a young girl’s experiences living in Britain during the Second World War. The war was a time of hardship, heroism and hope.
Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, Chiswick, London
Today to Sat 24 Mar

More details - Laugh Train Home ft. Ian Smith
Ian Smith (BBC3 at the Fringe, Sweat the Small Stuff, The Ark, Siblings), with Phil Ellis (The Russell Howard Hour, Drunk History, The Tapeface Tapes, Funz & Games), Valerio Milani, Callum Oakley (Semi-finalist, Britain’s Got Talent) and MC Robyn Perkins  Laugh Train Home is known for hilarious comedy nights, a fun
The Honor Oak, 1 St German’s Road, Forest Hill

More details - Exhibition: Hunting the King’s deer
Forest Law protected deer for the benefit of the Crown, but not only the King (or Queen) enjoyed the hunt and valued the opportunity for hospitality and favour that hunting offered.
Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge, Rangers Road, Chingford
Today to Sun 25 Mar

More details - Exhibition: You can’t see the trees for the woods
The culmination of Artist in Residence Marion Sidebottom’s year-long project exploring how visual images can engage people’s interest in ancient trees and the Forest.
The View, Rangers Road, Chingford
Today to Sun 25 Mar, Tue 27 Mar to Mon 2 Apr

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
Wed 21 Mar to Sat 24 Mar

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 21 Mar, Wed 28 Mar

More details - Miss Nightingale |Wednesday 21st March
"A BLITZY ROMANCE OF GIN, GENTS, GARTER BELTS AND TERRIFIC SONGS!’ The Times An intimate underground cabaret club opens in the heart of London. A saucy new star shines under the spotlight. Two men struggle to bring their illicit love out of the shadows. The wartorn capital has never been so revealing!
Cranbourn St, Leicester Square, London
Wed 21 Mar

More details - Was your Ancestor a French Prisoner of War?
During the Napoleonic Wars, more than 200,000 prisoners of war were held in Britain, in land prisons, prison ships and parole depots. The Transport Office of the Admiralty administered all the prisoners of war. It kept very accurate and detailed records of all captives held between 1793 and 1815.
Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Road
Wed 21 Mar

More details - Dream Wife
Dream Wife. Artists performing: Dream Wife.: Tickets avaiable.
Heaven, London
Wed 21 Mar

More details - Julius Meinl Offers Free Coffee On World Poetry Day
This World Poetry Day, Viennese coffee roasters, Julius Meinl, is set to launch its fifth annual Pay With A Poem initiative across cafes and restaurants in London. On Wednesday 21st March, creatives and coffee lovers can swap out plastic for prose and claim a free coffee at 17 locations across the city!
Various locations across London. Visit to find out more.
Wed 21 Mar

More details - Deconstructing patterns: art and science in conversation
Whilst we are surrounded by patterns we can see with the naked eye, this exhibition provides an introduction to the surprising and beautiful world of microscopic patterns that can only be revealed by powerful tools and technologies.
The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London
Wed 21 Mar to Sat 24 Mar, Wed 28 Mar to Sat 31 Mar