Acclaimed Viennese actor Maxi Blaha presents a solo performance exploring the life of Emilie Flöge, the companion and muse of Gustav Klimt.
Presenting architects in conversation with creative figures, Architecture Foundation’s headline annual lecture sees architect Sam Jacob in conversation with Dutch visual artist Madelon Vriesendorp.
Andrew Watkinson, first violinist of the Endellion Quartet, leads listeners on a journey through classic string ensemble repertoire.
Seducing audiences with intricate choreography, provocative narratives and vivid symbolism, The Wedding brings the union between state and individual into question amid a flurry of white dresses.
Oedipus, a marionette made almost entirely of ice, sets out on a redemptive voyage accompanied only by Antigone, their long passage punctuated by poetic visions of water and fire, shadow and light.
Don't miss your chance to explore modern art and modern love. In its final weeks, this major exhibition reveals how relationships can become a playground for creativity.
An exhibition of desirable ceramics, art and furnishings by two skilled makers from Teddington Carmela Kantorowicz and Stephanie Wilkinson.
Celebrating leisure-time music in the UK, this exhibition features quotes, posters and film from Making Music member groups and a specially commissioned series of portraits of leisure-time musicians.
Martin Creed plays old and new musical works, including music from Work No. 409 The Singing Lift with singer Linda Hirst, to complement his exhibition Toast at Hauser & Wirth.
The incomparable pianist Belle Chen performs a one-of-a-kind programme, followed by ensemble Tangram, questioning conventional conceptions of 'Chinese' and 'Western' music.
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