Karl-Heinz Steffens to Return to London’s Royal Festival Hall

The German conductor Karl-Heinz Steffens is to return to London’s Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra next March in the dual roles of conductor and soloist. Steffens will conduct an all-Brahms programme including Ein deutsches Requiem with soprano Elsa…

Most Unique Cinemas in London

Home to many a movie scene, London is one of the world’s cosmopolitan cities, and as such is often chosen to be the location for filming major blockbuster movies. With such a long and varied history of being featured in…

5 Cultural Things To Do In London This Summer

London is simply glorious during summer, and with the plethora of cultural experiences happening across the city over the summer months, we round-up our top five cultural things to do in addition to the BBC Proms. 1. Searcy’s at The…

National Theatre Commemorates 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare

From 19 to 22 April 2016, a series of events at the National Theatre will commemorate the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare and the long history of Shakespeare productions at the National. The history of the creation…

Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Opera House

The ballet has long had a tradition of being only for those with a large disposable income, with tickets for the stalls in the Royal Opera House being £80+. What a lot of people don’t realize, is that you can…

Brahms Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall

This week Barts Choir performed Brahms’ German Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall. Barts is one of London’s largest choirs, regularly performing all over the city, in places from the Royal Festival Hall to smaller more intimate venues. Brahms German…