Dance Venues in London

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Whether you're big on ballet, wild on waltz or fanatical about foxtrot, London's vast array of dance venues offer a rich programme of events.

 
 

Sadler's Wells

Also home to the Lilian Baylis Theatre, this favourite offers the best in national and international dance.

Rosebery Avenue, Islington, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 4TN

Tube: Angel Station

 
 

Occupying a site with a long tradition of entertaining Londoners, Sadler's Wells exists to bring the best of national and international dance, ballet, opera and music theatre to the capital. Now a strikingly modern building with flexible performance and auditorium spaces, the original Sadler's Wells opened in 1683. Six Sadler's Wells' later and sleek steel and glass have replaced the crumbling brick edifice of previous centuries. Originally a music hall, the venue now boasts a resoundingly contemporary but extremely accessible programme - with an emphasis on dance and movement - supported by innovative visual arts exhibitions in its public spaces. Sadler's really came into its own when Lilian Baylis took charge in the 1920s. Since then many of the world's best dancers have performed on this Islington stage. In 1995, Matthew Bourne premiered his magnificent 'Swan Lake' here which went on to become the West End's longest running ballet. Sadler's Wells continues to have close associations with the centrally located Peacock Theatre, its home during periods of renovation, while the Lilian Baylis Theatre - now a highly regarded venue in itself - is located within the Sadler's Well Islington complex. It's really worth checking out what's on here if you're down for the weekend. Ranging from the cutting-edge to the mainstream, some truly landmark productions have taken place here over the years ('Edward Scissorhands') - which make this an attractive proposition for entertainment in the capital.

 
 

Events at Sadler's Wells

English National Ballet And English National Ballet School : My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty

Thursday 24th - Thursday 31st March 2016 | £10-£25, family £65

 
English National Ballet And English National Ballet School : My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty Sadler's Wells 2016-03-242016-03-31 Where:
Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, Islington London, EC1R 4TN
Category: Classical Music

Ballet for all the family, as Tchaikovsky's score is augmented by English National Ballet's Associate Artist George Williamson and performed by second-year students from English National Ballet School.

Immortal Tango
On Soon

Tuesday 1st - Saturday 19th March 2016 | £15-£42

 
Immortal Tango Sadler's Wells 2016-03-012016-03-19 Where:
Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, Islington London, EC1R 4TN
Category: Classical Music

An Artengine dance spectacular created by German Cornejo and performed with Gisela Galeassi, featuring 16 world-class dancers, accompanied by two singers and a live band.

Zippos Presents Cirque Berserk! On Soon Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

8th to 24th February 2016 | £15, £24, £32, £38, £38, Under 16s half price

 
Zippos Presents Cirque Berserk! Sadler's Wells 2016-02-082016-02-24 Where:
Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, Islington London, EC1R 4TN
Category: Classical Music

A highlight of Winter Wonderland in London's Hyde Park, Cirque Berserk comes to Peacock Theatre in February 2016. Combining contemporary cirque style skills with thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle ...more

Cirque Berserk
On Soon

8th to 24th February 2016 - Various Times | £15-£38

 
Cirque Berserk Sadler's Wells 2016-02-082016-02-24 Where:
Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, Islington London, EC1R 4TN
Category: Classical Music

Combining contemporary cirque style skills with off-the-scale thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle that will amaze audiences of all ages.

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch: como el musguito On Soon Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

11th, 12th, 13th and 14th Feb 2016 | £12, £25, £35, £50, £60

 
Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch: como el musguito Sadler's Wells 2016-02-112016-02-14 Where:
Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue, Islington London, EC1R 4TN
Category: Classical Music

Renowned as the inventor of tanztheater, Tanztheater Wuppertal, the dance company founded by influential choreographer Pina Bausch, returns to Sadler's Wells to perform como el musguito..., the last work completed by Pina before her sudden ...more

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Peacock Theatre

Part of the Sadler's Wells sphere, the Peacock's innovative dance programme boasts West End appeal.

Portugal Street, Holborn, London, WC2A 2HT

Tube: Holborn Station, Covent Garden Station, Temple Station

 
 

This theatre is a major force on the national and international dance scene, with an innovative programme from Sadler's Wells that is keeping London's finger on the pulse. The Peacock Theatre became the company's base from 1996 to 1998 when a new theatre was being built on its Islington site and, since that time, has been a shining star in the Sadler's Wells sphere. From the avant-garde to the mainstream, the repertoire is always diverse and dynamic with electrifying dance and movement shows, stunning operas and musical productions. Families have also flocked here at Christmas time since 1998 to see the stage transformed into a magical winter wonderland in The Snowman. The building itself has managed to shed its retro 60s image to become a cool venue perfectly suited to hosting the creme de la creme of the dance world.

 
 

Events at Peacock Theatre

English National Ballet And English National Ballet School : My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty

Thursday 24th - Thursday 31st March 2016 | £10-£25, family £65

 
English National Ballet And English National Ballet School : My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty Peacock Theatre 2016-03-242016-03-31 Where:
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street London, WC2A 2HT
Category: Theatres

Ballet for all the family, as Tchaikovsky's score is augmented by English National Ballet's Associate Artist George Williamson and performed by second-year students from English National Ballet School.

Immortal Tango
On Soon

Tuesday 1st - Saturday 19th March 2016 | £15-£42

 
Immortal Tango Peacock Theatre 2016-03-012016-03-19 Where:
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street London, WC2A 2HT
Category: Theatres

An Artengine dance spectacular created by German Cornejo and performed with Gisela Galeassi, featuring 16 world-class dancers, accompanied by two singers and a live band.

Zippos Presents Cirque Berserk! On Soon Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

8th to 24th February 2016 | £15, £24, £32, £38, £38, Under 16s half price

 
Zippos Presents Cirque Berserk! Peacock Theatre 2016-02-082016-02-24 Where:
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street London, WC2A 2HT
Category: Theatres

A highlight of Winter Wonderland in London's Hyde Park, Cirque Berserk comes to Peacock Theatre in February 2016. Combining contemporary cirque style skills with thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle ...more

Cirque Berserk
On Soon

8th to 24th February 2016 - Various Times | £15-£38

 
Cirque Berserk Peacock Theatre 2016-02-082016-02-24 Where:
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street London, WC2A 2HT
Category: Theatres

Combining contemporary cirque style skills with off-the-scale thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle that will amaze audiences of all ages.

English National Ballet: My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

24th March to 2nd April 2016 | £10-£25 (Standard), £65 (Family of four, inc at least two children)

 
English National Ballet: My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty Peacock Theatre 2016-03-242016-04-02 Where:
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street London, WC2A 2HT
Category: Theatres

English National Ballet continues its tradition of presenting the My First Ballet series at The Peacock each spring, giving audiences as young as three the chance to see a ...more

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Royal Opera House

A beacon of modern theatre design, the imposing ROH stages a steady flow of high-quality performances.

Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD

Tube: Covent Garden Station, Leicester Square Station

 
 

This impressive building in the heart of Covent Garden has been playing host to major stars of the classical music world since 1858. The third theatre to be located on this site, today's Royal Opera House is the result of a reconstruction in the 1990s (although the main auditorium is part of the original building). It is a beacon of modern theatre design and the place to go for high quality performances in sumptuous surroundings. As one of London's most esteemed, iconic and beautiful performance venues, it's worth a visit even if you're not a ballet or opera fan. Before 1999 the theatre only opened its doors to ticket holders just before performances but today you can explore parts of the building for free during the day - the Paul Hamlyn Hall with its dramatic glass atrium is especially worth a peek. For smaller scale productions such as chamber opera and experimental dance shows there's the 400-seat Linbury Studio Theatre and the Clore Studio Upstairs holds an audience of 180 for more intimate events and performances.

 
 

Events at Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera: Werther Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

Sunday 19th - Wednesday 13th July 2016

 
The Royal Opera: Werther Royal Opera House 2016-06-192016-07-13 Where:
Royal Opera House, Bow Street London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Theatres

Joyce DiDonato and Vittorio Grigolo lead the cast in Benoit Jacquot's production of Massenet's operatic tragedy, Werther . Based on a novel by Goethe, the opera tells the tragic story of Werther's doomed love ...more

Royal Opera: L'Etoile
Now On

6th, 15th, 18th, 20th and 24th Feb 2016 - Various Times | £6-£110

 
Royal Opera: L'Etoile Royal Opera House 2016-02-012016-02-24 Where:
Royal Opera House, Bow Street London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Theatres

Mariame Clement's production of Chabrier's comic work of royalty, disguise and destiny. Christophe Mortagne stars as King Ouf I, with Sir Mark Elder conducting the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Sung in French with ...

Royal Opera: La Traviata
Ongoing

16th January to 19th March 2016 - Various Times | £9-£200

 
Royal Opera: La Traviata Royal Opera House 2016-01-162016-03-19 Where:
Royal Opera House, Bow Street London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Theatres
L'Etoile Now On Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

1st to 24th February 2016 | £6-£110

 
L'Etoile Royal Opera House 2016-02-012016-02-24 Where:
Royal Opera House, Bow Street London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Theatres

French director Mariame Clement gets her Royal Opera House debut with L'Etoile this February. The venue's first production of Emmanuel Chabrier's frothy comic opera stars comedian Chris Addison, known ...more

Yinka Shonibare: Globe Head Ballerina OngoingFree Event

19th June 2012 to 19th June 2017 | Free

 
Yinka Shonibare: Globe Head Ballerina Royal Opera House 2012-06-192017-06-19 Where:
Royal Opera House, Bow Street London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Theatres
Antonio Pappano And The Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House: The Mighty Handful
On Soon

Monday 8th February 2016 - 7.30pm | £5-£85

 
Antonio Pappano And The Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House: The Mighty Handful Royal Opera House 2016-02-082016-02-08 Where:
Royal Opera House, Bow Street London, WC2E 9DD
Category: Theatres

Pappano conducts an all-Russian programme of Rimsky-Korsakov's Prelude and the Battle Of Kerzhenets and Flight Of The Bumblebee, Borodin's Symphony No 2, Cui's Orientale, Musorgsky's St John's Night On Bad Mountain and Balakirev's Islamey.

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London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO)

One of the capital's grandest theatres, the Coliseum's splendour is matched by the ENO's impressive programme.

St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4ES

Tube: Charing Cross Station, Leicester Square Station, Covent Garden Station, Embankment Underground Station

 
 

London Coliseum is a magnificent historic building and an excellent venue in which to enjoy the soaring sounds and high drama of some truly thrilling operas. This impressive theatre, which started its life as a venue for variety shows, is now - conversely - indistinguishable from its artistically first-class company in residence, the English National Opera. Back in 1904, impresario Oswald Stoll and architect Frank Matcham set out to build the largest and finest theatre in London and the Coliseum was indeed a striking addition to the city's entertainment scene, complete with electric lighting and a revolving stage. Having undergone an extensive restoration programme in 2000, specifically to accommodate the ENO, it remains one of the grandest theatres in the capital today. The splendour of the building is only matched by the quality of the performances that take place there. All ENO productions are sung in English as the voices of some of the world's most talented performers fill the auditorium night after night. The pre-eminence of the company also attracts a host of distinguished directors, designers and visiting troupes to stage dance, opera and circus under its famous proscenium arch, the largest in London.

 
 

Events at London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO)

English National Opera: The Magic Flute
Now On

5th February to 19th March 2016 - Various Times | £12-£125

 
English National Opera: The Magic Flute London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO) 2016-02-052016-03-19 Where:
London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO), St Martin's Lane London, WC2N 4ES
Category: Theatres

Simon McBurney directs Mozart's timeless classic which explores the search for true love and wisdom. Conducted by Mark Wigglesworth, with Allan Clayton as Tamino and Lucy Crowe as Pamina.

The Magic Flute: Pre-Performance Talk
On Soon

Saturday 13th February 2016 - 5.15pm | £5

 
The Magic Flute: Pre-Performance Talk London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO) 2016-02-132016-02-13 Where:
London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO), St Martin's Lane London, WC2N 4ES
Category: Theatres

Members of the ENO Orchestra talk about the new production.

English National Opera: Norma
On Soon

17th Feb, 20th Feb, 24th Feb, 27th Feb, 2nd Mar, 7th Mar and 11th Mar 2016 - Various Times | £12-£99, child £12-£39.50

 
English National Opera: Norma London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO) 2016-02-172016-03-11 Where:
London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO), St Martin's Lane London, WC2N 4ES
Category: Theatres

Christopher Alden directs Bellini's drama about a close-knit community that is threatened by an uncontrollable change, while secretly their priestess, Norma, is in love with one of the enemies. Conducted by Stephen Lord and starring ...

Norma: Pre-Performance Talk
On Soon

Wednesday 24th February 2016 - 5.15pm | £5

 
Norma: Pre-Performance Talk London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO) 2016-02-242016-02-24 Where:
London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO), St Martin's Lane London, WC2N 4ES
Category: Theatres

Informative talk with musicologist Roger Parker and designer Charles Edwards.

Akhnaten
On Soon

4th, 8th, 10th, 12th, 15th and 17th & 18th Mar 2016 - Various Times | £12

 
Akhnaten London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO) 2016-03-042016-03-18 Where:
London Coliseum - English National Opera (ENO), St Martin's Lane London, WC2N 4ES
Category: Theatres

The next instalment in Philip Glass's trilogy of 'portrait' operas, focusing on the life of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, with ancient hymns, prayers, letters and inscriptions sung in their original Egyptian, Hebrew and Akkadian.

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The Place

London's specialist venue for contemporary dance unites training, creation and performance.

17 Duke's Road, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 9PY

Tube: Euston Station, Euston Square Station

 
 

London's specialist venue for contemporary dance, The Place plays a role in every aspect of this fast-growing art form. The London Contemporary Dance School offers degrees validated by the University of Kent, as well as classes to everyone from 5-year-old beginners to adult amateurs to some of the world's top professionals in evening classes that are open to the public. One of the country's top companies, Richard Alston Dance Company, is based at The Place. It also boasts a comfortable, versatile 300-seat theatre with a year-round programme of contemporary dance, the Robin Howard Dance Theatre.

 
 

Events at The Place

Drishti Dance/Bridget Lappin/Laura Obiols
On Soon

Tuesday 9th February 2016 | £15, concs £11

 
Drishti Dance/Bridget Lappin/Laura Obiols The Place 2016-02-092016-02-09 Where:
The Place, 17 Duke's Road London, WC1H 9PY
Category: Evening Classes

Three very different physical performances: Antaraal, a contemporary Kathak work, The Art Of Exposure which draws on pop culture and personal psychology and Hourglass, a piece for six dancers about facing fears.

Caldonia Walton/Sofie Burgoyne/Julie Cunningham
On Soon

Wednesday 10th February 2016 | £15, concs £11

 
Caldonia Walton/Sofie Burgoyne/Julie Cunningham The Place 2016-02-102016-02-10 Where:
The Place, 17 Duke's Road London, WC1H 9PY
Category: Evening Classes

A triple bill of physical theatre featuring physical theatre pieces based on themes of anxiety, separation and the feeling of living in a dream.

Richard Chappell Dance/Jodie Cole/Grace Bowen
On Soon

Thursday 11th February 2016 | £15, concs £11

 
Richard Chappell Dance/Jodie Cole/Grace Bowen The Place 2016-02-112016-02-11 Where:
The Place, 17 Duke's Road London, WC1H 9PY
Category: Evening Classes

Three different modern dance pieces, exploring issues of love, gender equality and the impact of your environment.

Christopher Owen/Dillon Dance/The Rebirth Network
On Soon

Friday 12th February 2016 | £15, concs £11

 
Christopher Owen/Dillon Dance/The Rebirth Network The Place 2016-02-122016-02-12 Where:
The Place, 17 Duke's Road London, WC1H 9PY
Category: Evening Classes

Three hugely contrasting performances, including a hip-hop dance group, a solo performance exploring the influence of audience, and an all-female physical assault on the male gaze.

Gracefool Collective/ Sasha Milavic Davies & Lucy Railton/ A(r)CT
On Soon

Saturday 13th February 2016 | £15, concs £11

 
Gracefool Collective/ Sasha Milavic Davies & Lucy Railton/ A(r)CT The Place 2016-02-132016-02-13 Where:
The Place, 17 Duke's Road London, WC1H 9PY
Category: Evening Classes

A triple bill of highly entertaining physical theatre productions, each using the stage to explore a different modern day issue.

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Southbank Centre

The largest single-run arts centre in the world offers a range of dance events throughout the year.

Belvedere Road, South Bank, London, SE1 8XX

Tube: Waterloo Station, Embankment Underground Station

 
 

The Southbank Centre is a classic example of brutal 60s concrete architecture. Everyone has an opinion (usually negative) on its distinctive design - famous detractors include Prince Charles, who once described it as looking like a "nuclear power station". Yet, if the The West End is the centre of popular culture in London, it is the Southbank Centre that is the centre of true excellence in the arts. Comprising the Royal Festival Hall and the Hayward Gallery, the complex consistently produces classical and world music events and fine art exhibitions of high renown. Over 150,000 hours of music have been performed at the Royal Festival Hall - the largest venue in the Southbank Centre - since its completion in 1951. Welcoming over three million visitors a year, the Royal Festival Hall is primarily a classical music venue. It benefits from the residency of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonia and four associate ensembles. The programme also includes events from opera to the London Jazz Festival. The Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Purcell Room host regular recitals, dance performances and choral concerts. Free lunchtime concerts held in the foyer offer a more relaxed musical experience. The Hayward Gallery has been the originator or host of influential exhibitions since 1968. The colossal Poetry Library houses the Arts Council modern collection, while the BFI Southbank (previously the National Film Theatre) shows 2,000 films (art house and classics) a year alongside many film festivals and director-led seasons. A happy architectural accident has also made this complex the best spot for skateboarding and BMXing in the capital, meaning it is loved by London's counter-culture as much as by its highbrow elite. In the last ten years, the building of Tate Modern and the London Eye adjacent to the centre has been the final step in making the South Bank of the Thames into the beating heart of a thousand years of British culture.

 
 

Events at Southbank Centre

Ronald Corp's Behold, The Sea
On Soon

Monday 7th March 2016 | £15-£35

 
Ronald Corp's Behold, The Sea Southbank Centre 2016-03-072016-03-07 Where:
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road London, SE1 8XX
Category: Arts Centres

Highgate Choral Society performs Ronald Corp's Behold, the Sea and Vaughan Williams's Sea Symphony with Rebecca Evans (soprano), Roderick Williams (baritone), The London Chorus and New London Children's Choir at the Royal Festival Hall.

The Rattler: World Premiere

Saturday 19th March 2016 | £10

 
The Rattler: World Premiere Southbank Centre 2016-03-192016-03-19 Where:
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road London, SE1 8XX
Category: Arts Centres

A new interactive retelling of Rumpelstiltskin.

Deacon Blue

Wednesday 16th November 2016 | £36.75-£47.50

 
Deacon Blue Southbank Centre 2016-11-162016-11-16 Where:
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road London, SE1 8XX
Category: Arts Centres

After over 30 years together the Glasgow-formed six-piece still presents an energetic pop and blues-infused rock performance including hit singles Dignity and Real Gone Kid.

Shhh...Bang!
On Soon

Wednesday 10th - Friday 12th February 2016 | £12, child £6

 
Shhh...Bang! Southbank Centre 2016-02-102016-02-12 Where:
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road London, SE1 8XX
Category: Arts Centres

Children's dance and theatre performance.

The Secret Life Of Suitcases
On Soon

Thursday 18th - Sunday 21st February 2016 | £12, child £6

 
The Secret Life Of Suitcases Southbank Centre 2016-02-182016-02-21 Where:
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road London, SE1 8XX
Category: Arts Centres

Ailie Cohen and Lewis Hetherington present a piece of adventurous puppet theatre for youngsters.

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Barbican Centre

Located in the heart of the City, this multi-faceted performing arts centre hosts diverse dance productions.

Silk Street, City, London, EC2Y 8DS

Tube: Barbican Station, Moorgate Station

 
 

Described by the Queen as 'one of the wonders of the modern world' , the Barbican Centre has also been voted 'London's ugliest building'. Ugly or not, this multi-faceted performance and arts venue is truly wondrous. Open 363 days a year, it offers the most diverse program of any London venue. As well as being home to the London Symphony Orchestra, the centre's giant Barbican Hall attracts a host of international classical, jazz, rock, and world music stars. Two theatres offer a year-round program of some of the finest in international performing arts, while three cinemas mix mainstream films with specialist seasons. The Barbican Art Gallery, several smaller exhibition spaces, shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, live music in the foyer, and a host of talks, signings, and events for children are also on offer. The building itself is a labyrinth and finding your route from the station or car park is an adventure in itself. Staircases twist around each other, directing lost patrons into mysteriously empty mezzanines, where odd snatches of music are the only guide back to the main lobby. The joy of coming across exhibitions, live music, or talks from a major arts celebrity in some odd corner of the building is a unique feature of this remarkable concentration of artistic talent.

 
 

Events at Barbican Centre

John Adams Harmonium

Monday 18th April 2016 | £12.50-£28

 
John Adams Harmonium Barbican Centre 2016-04-182016-04-18 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres

David Temple conducts, John Adams's Harmonium, Vaughan Williams's Serenade To Music and Poulenc's Gloria, with Erica Eloff, soprano.

Guildhall School Opera Singers: The Rape Of Lucretia
On Soon

Monday 22nd - Monday 29th February 2016 | phone for availability

 
Guildhall School Opera Singers: The Rape Of Lucretia Barbican Centre 2016-02-222016-02-29 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres

Martin Lloyd Evans directs the department in a performance of Britten's excruciatingly haunting chamber opera.

Imran Qureshi: Where The Shadows Are So Deep
On SoonFree Event

Thursday 18th - Sunday 10th July 2016 | Free

 
Imran Qureshi: Where The Shadows Are So Deep Barbican Centre 2016-02-182016-07-10 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres
The World Of Charles And Ray Eames
Ongoing

21st October 2015 to 14th February 2016 - Various Times | £14.50, concs £12, NUS £10, ages 14-17 £8, Art Fund mems £10, Young Barbican mems £5, under 14s Free

 
The World Of Charles And Ray Eames Barbican Centre 2015-10-212016-02-14 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres
LSO Discovery Family Concert: Play On, Shakespeare!

Sunday 7th February 2016 - 2.30pm | £10, under 18s Free

 
LSO Discovery Family Concert: Play On, Shakespeare! Barbican Centre 2016-02-072016-02-07 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres

Shakespeare-themed musical event for children.

The World of Charles and Ray Eames Ongoing Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

21st October 2015 to 14th February 2016 | Standard £14.50, Concessions £12

 
The World of Charles and Ray Eames Barbican Centre 2015-10-212016-02-14 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres
Take Two : Louis Andriessen In Focus 1
On Soon

Tuesday 9th February 2016 - 7.30pm-10pm | £10-£35

 
Take Two : Louis Andriessen In Focus 1 Barbican Centre 2016-02-092016-02-09 Where:
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
Category: Arts Centres

Clark Rundell conducts Britten Sinfonia for a performance of Martland's Tiger Dancing, Steve Reich's The Desert Music and Louis Andriessen's La Passione.

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