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Text size   +  |  ++  |  +++     Friday July 25 2014

 

The events listed below are only highlights of what is available, go to our current events list to see all the events that are listed.

The Africa Centre - Summer Festival - 2 August 2014

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The Africa Centre presents a summer festival in Covent Garden from 12.00pm - 10.00pm. The festival offers an opportunity to see, touch, hear and taste the best that contemporary Africa has to offer including live music, drummers and DJs. And why not savour the flavour of Africa with authentic cuisine. FREE Admission.

Variety - Isle of Wight Reunion gig - 1 September 2014

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Relive the excitement of the legendary Festival, if you were lucky enough to be there, or enjoy a taste of one of the world’s most iconic music events in this prestigious North London venue, Koko. Hosted by Gaby Roslin the Isle of Wight Reunion Gig includes The Struts, James Walsh, The Carnabys, Little Eye, The Soho Hobo, King Eider and Skinny Living in aid of Variety, the children's charity. Tickets £10.

St Christopher's Hospice - Dame Cicely Saunders Concert - 4 September 2014

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The Dame Cicely Saunders Concerts are an outstanding series of concerts, featuring the talents of professional musicians from around the world. The concerts take place at St Christopher’s Hospice, South London. Three Cane Whale is a multiinstrumental acoustic trio, infl uenced by folk, minimalism and chamber music – Alex Vann (mandolin, bowed psaltery, music box, zither and tenor banjo) Pete Judge (trumpet, harmonium, lyre, glockenspiel and dulcitone) and Paul Bradley (acoustic guitar and miniature harp). £10 tickets include canapés and wine during the interval. More details

St Christopher's Hospice - Postcards from Europe - 2 October 2014

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The Dame Cicely Saunders Concerts are an outstanding series of concerts, featuring the talents of professional musicians from around the world. The concerts take place at St Christopher’s Hospice, South London. Violinist Marianne Olyver and pianist Dominic John present Postcards from Europe. They explore the music of central Europe from Dvorák to the remarkable fl owering of talent that emerged during the upheaval and tragic events of the early twentieth century. £10  More details