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The Brick Box Royal Victoria Beach @ Royal Victoria Docks / until 21st September 2013


Doors: 12:00-20:00

@ Watersports Centre, Tidal Basin Road, London E16 1AF

Free entry


Family fun by the docks at Royal Victoria Beach! Head down to soak up the summer sunshine and free events.

31 August:
The Crystal hosts Siemens Festival Nights, an outdoor opera festival taking place between 30 August and 1 September on the dockside.

7 September:
A Mirror to the Sea – community sound archive, face painting and storytelling.

14 September:
Yael Karavan’s specially created beach side theatre performances and reclaimed objects from the Thames inspire magical sun printing workshops.

21 September:
Newham London Waterfront Festival.

Breakin’ Convention @ Westfield Stratford City / Saturday 21st January 2012


Performance Times

@ Westfield Stratford City

Entry: Free


Presented by Sadler’s Wells, Breakin’ Convention will be previewing and showcasing as part of the My 2012 exhibition at Westfield London Stratford City.

There will be showcasing three times throughout the day.

If you haven’t been to Breakin’ Convention before this is your chance to catch live performances from the festival, watch footage of the show on projected screens and meet the dancers up close and personal.

Breakin’ Convention is more than a festival – it’s an experience! So if you’re passing through, stop by and catch some performances and try out some graffiti demonstrations.

La Bohème @ Village Underground / Tuesday 26th July and Thursday 28th July 2011


Doors: 7.30pm

@ Village Underground
54 Holywell Lane
London, EC2A 3PQ
Tube: Liverpool Street / Old Street

Entry: £35 Adv Tickets


An Opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini in a new production by Vignette Productions.

This is Vignette’s third and most ambitious opera production.

It is a twin love story set against the horrors of poverty, military oppression and ultimately death. The setting will follow a pair of young lovers through a war-torn Paris; a city under siege and in the aftermath of vicious conflict.

The audience and characters alike will find themselves immersed in the conditions of strict military occupation and under the constant danger of a biological toxin.

Village Underground provides the perfect venue for Director Andrew Staples’ fresh and engaging re-telling of this classic love story set against the backdrop of poverty and disease.

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FUTURE EVENT: The King & The Minotaur @ Labyrinth Gallery / 8th-30th April 2011


Doors: 7pm -12am

@ Labyrinth Gallery
The Courtyard
7 St Pancras Way
King’s Cross
London, NW1 0PB

Entry: £7


A unique collection of art and performance is hidden away amongst the corridors and chambers of this surreal Gallery. Step into the Labyrinth to engage not only with works of art but also with a rare piece of architecture that would otherwise be cut off from public access. An 1850’s barn forms the structure which governs the route. Those who venture inside have only the transformed space to guide them.

A retreat from the chaos of the city; a place for introspection and investigation – visitors can find refuge in the space, or choose to be challenged by it.

Works of art including contemporary dance, film, theatre and sculpture lie hidden within the Labyrinth,waiting to be discovered.

The King & The Minotaur has been created by Wignall & Moore.

Exhibition launches on 8th April 2011.


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