*Until 31 Jan 2020* This exhibition explores how 19th-century pamphlets and their freethinking authors have ignited revolutions, overthrown governments and altered the course of history. Private view: 12 Sep.
For their first opera production, Fidelio Orchestra are putting on Beethoven’s one and only work for the theatre, Fidelio. The director Andrew Coppin will narrate the story of Florestan, an overworked employee of a billion-pounds tech company, and its liberation at the hands of his wife Leonore.
This FREE Pre-Concert Recital, featuring students from the Royal College of Music, will take place before the evening’s Sunday Concert, and will offer a programme of music entirely by woman composers.
Cabinet Gallery and Fitzcarraldo Editions celebrate the launch of Old Food by Ed Atkins at Conway Hall, with a live reading by Toby Jones.
How to Eat Well, Lose Weight & Get Fit: Tom Kerridge in conversation with Toby Young | Thursday 9th January
Join the Michelin-starred chef, bestselling author and BBC presenter Tom Kerridge for a practical guide to starting the New Year in great shape.
Criss-crossing the British Isles with a haul of statistics, charts and equations, Stuart Newman’s Britain by Numbers vividly bringing our nation to life in new and unexpected ways by showing who lives here, where we work, who we marry, what crimes we commit and much else besides.
In a special season-opening concert, musicians from Highgate International Festival of Chamber Music present some of the highlights from their 2019 festival.
We need to stem the flow of plastic pollution into our environment but is the best to consider how we use all resources, and the need to change our expectations, goals and lifestyle? Professor Chris Rhodes discusses solving the plastic problem
Join Adam Ramejkis in a series of six interactive, collaborative workshops using a think-share-explore approach. These workshops will encourage you to think, read, discuss and relate to different topics around the links between thinking and language.