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February 2019
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  • Central Bus Station + Q&A with director Tomáš Elšík

    Rio Cinema

  • February 16 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
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  • 107 Kingsland High St. E8 2PB
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    Most Israelis pass through the central bus station in south Tel Aviv as fast as they can. It is dirty and decaying, its maze of corridors a haven for drug addicts. The story of an ambitious vision and a flawed realisation is the focus of this award-winning documentary by Czech director Tomáš Elšík. 16 FEBRUARY 2019, 3.30 PM RIO CINEMA, 107 KINGSLAND HIGH ST, LONDON E8 2PB When architect Ram Karmi began work on the design in 1967, it was to…

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  • Workshop ‘We are all made of stars’

    Sofia Gallery

  • February 16 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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    16 February (Saturday), 11am-4pm, ‘Sofia’ gallery The Bulgarian Cultural Institute London announces that on 16 February will be held the educational workshop called ‘We are all made of stars’. In the workshop children will turn into artists and become part of the international project by Polina Angelova ‘Please don’t forget’. The event is part of a series of three workshops which will take place in London, Sofia, and Tel Aviv and are a key component of ‘Please don’t forget’. This…

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FREE but registration required
  • Exhibition of paintings and jewellery ‘Flora’

    Sofia Gallery

  • February 14 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • London,
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    14 February (Thursday), 7pm in ‘Sofia’ gallery Free registration for the event HERE. The Bulgarian Cultural Institute London presents the exhibition ‘Flora’ of paintings and jewellery by leading contemporary Bulgarian artists. The jewels are a special accent in this exhibition. They are made by four Bulgarian designers – Antoaneta Ramjuly, Vladimir Nikolov, Gergana Trukanova and Nikolay Sardamov , all graduates from the Art Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria who exhibit in many of the big European art centres – Vienna, Düsseldorf,…

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Free but booking required
  • The Academy of St Martin in the Fields Strike a Chord in Belgravia

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • February 7 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    We are delighted to partner with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, one of the most prestigious chamber orchestras worldwide, for a special event that opens our 2019 Enescu Concerts Series. The evening features violinist Martin Burgess, violist Fiona Bonds and cellist Will Schofield, who will be presenting an attractive selection of famous and lesser-known works by Enescu, Beethoven, Schubert and Dohnányi. The live performance will be preceded by an exclusive screening of excerpts from the Academy’s 2017…

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£9/ £7
  • The Distant Barking of Dogs: award winning documentary

    Curzon Bloomsbury

  • February 7 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
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  • Brunswick Centre WC1N 1AW
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    WHEN: Friday 1 February, 20:30 and Thursday 7 February, 16:30 WHERE: The Bertha DocHouse Screen, Curzon Bloomsbury, The Brunswick, London, WC1N 1AW Admission: Regular PEAK £9 (£7 CONCESSIONS) / OFF PEAK £5. Book here Dir: Simon Lereng Wilmot Denmark / Sweden / Finland / 2017 / 91mins Since armed conflict broke out in Ukraine in 2014, the small village of Hnutove has suffered the brunt of it. Ten-year-old Oleg and his grandmother have remained, while many have fled. They take…

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£22 - £26
  • Theatre: Diaries of Madmen / спектакль “Записки сумасшедших”

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • February 5 7:30 PM to February 10 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    The show runs from 5th until 10th February at The Cockpit Theatre, London. More information could be found here: https://diariesofmadmen.eventbrite.com/?aff=news Diaries of Madmen is Xameleon Theatre’s new production based on Nikolai Gogol’s novel Diary of a Madman and Russian musician’s Piotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky’s personal diaries. Famous farcical short story by one of the greatest Russian writers Nikolai Gogol, is a funny and brutal exploration of a civil servant’s Poprishchin struggle to keep a grip on reality. Madness might mean a failure to find your proper place…

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  • Hanoi to Zagreb, two ends of a diplomatic career

    Croatian Embassy

  • February 5 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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  • 21 Conway St. W1T 6BN
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    You are invited to hear Sir John Ramsden talk on the theme Hanoi to Zagreb, two ends of a diplomatic career 18-00 for 18-30 Tuesday, February 5 Croatian Embassy 21 Conway Street London W1T 6BN Sir John will talk about the stark contrast of a diplomatic career that started in Hanoi and ended as ambassador in Zagreb. His photographs of North Vietnam have recently been published in a book entitled Hanoi after the War. This unique collection of black and white…

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£12 - £58
  • Legendary Pianist Radu Lupu Bewitches Southbank Centre

    Royal Festival Hall

  • February 3 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Belvedere Road, London, SE18XX
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    Romanian-born Radu Lupu CBE, widely recognised as one of the greatest pianists of our time, makes a highly anticipated London appearance this winter. The musician, hailed for his pianistic magic (The Guardian), joins the Philharmonia Orchestra and Grammy Award-winning conductor Paavo Järvi for an extraordinary concert that is sure to dazzle the audience of the Royal Festival Hall. The programme features Beethoven’s Coriolan Overture and Piano Concerto No. 4, presented alongside Rachmaninov’s ever-popular Symphony No. 2. The concert is part…

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£15-£30
  • Hungariana: Three concerts at the Milton Court Concert Hall. Starring the Casals Quartet and Tamara Stefanovich

    Milton Court Concert Hall

  • February 3 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
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  • Silk Street EC2Y 9BH
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    Journey into the world of Bartók, Ligeti and Kurtág: where music born from folklore, nature and the urban environment is concentrated into some of modern art’s most playful and explosive masterworks. Across three concerts, creative director Gerard McBurney pulls together material from various walks of Hungary’s 20th-century artistic life, offering a small flavour of the country and its sometimes strange and tragic history. Extracts from Hungary’s rich literary canon and visual projections inspired by the distinctive, modernist, often brutal style…

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£9/£7
  • The Distant Barking of Dogs: award winning documentary

    Curzon Bloomsbury

  • February 1 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • Brunswick Centre WC1N 1AW
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    WHEN: Friday 1 February, 20:30 and Thursday 7 February, 16:30 WHERE: The Bertha DocHouse Screen, Curzon Bloomsbury, The Brunswick, London, WC1N 1AW Admission: Regular PEAK £9 (£7 CONCESSIONS) / OFF PEAK £5. Book here Dir: Simon Lereng Wilmot Denmark / Sweden / Finland / 2017 / 91mins Since armed conflict broke out in Ukraine in 2014, the small village of Hnutove has suffered the brunt of it. Ten-year-old Oleg and his grandmother have remained, while many have fled. They take…

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January 2019
FREE
  • An evening dedicated to the teaching of Peter Deunov the Master

    Sofia Gallery

  • January 31 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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    The Bulgarian Cultural Institute invites you to a special evening dedicated to the teaching of Peter Deunov the Master on 31 January 2019 from 7pm at ‘Sofia’ Gallery. Free registration for the event HERE. The event will include a photo exhibition walking us through his life and mission in collaboration with ‘SS. Cyril and Methodius‘ National Library, a screening of the film ‘One good place for rest’ telling the story of his garden, and a presentation of the newest books…

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£12.00 to £15.00
  • Jews and new Ukraine

    JW3

  • January 29 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 341-351 Finchley Road, , London, NW3 6ET
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    DATE: 29 January 2018 TIME: 7:30pm VENUE: Jewish Community Centre London (JW3), 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET Admission: This is a ticketed event. Please book here A new Ukrainian identity project is underway, taking the experiences and histories of all who live on the Ukrainian soil. How does Ukraine’s Jewish community fit into this mosaic and what is the significance of a new term for this community,” Ukrainian Jews? What is the role Jews play in contemporary Ukraine? What are…

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FREE
  • An Explosion of Youthful Verve at St Martin-in-the-Fields

    St Martin-in-the-Fields

  • January 29 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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  • Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ
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    Our 9th year of lunchtime concerts at the prestigious St Martin-in-the-Fields kicks off with a new collaboration. Romanian students of the Purcell School for Young Musicians – Iohan Coman (violin), Kira Frolu (piano), Rebeca Lazăr (violin), Ioan-Octavian Pârlea (violin) and Radu Stoica (piano) – will chase away the wintry winds with their ardent interpretation of works by Mozart, Enescu and Stravinsky.   Programme: Edouard Lalo – Symphonie Espagnole: III Intermezzo George Enescu: Suite No. 1 In G Minor – Dans…

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£11.37 – £16.76, includes kosher lunch and refreshments
  • Poland and Hungary: Jewish Realities Compared

    Embassy of the Republic of Poland

  • January 29 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
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  • 47 Portland Place, London, W1B 1JH
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    Conference to launch POLIN: Studies in Polish Jewry: Vol 31   Tuesday 29 January 2019, 9:30am-5:30pm Embassy of the Republic of Poland 47 Portland Place London W1B 1JH £11.37 – £16.76, includes kosher lunch and refreshments Book online RELATED EVENT Saturday 26 January 2019, 8pm Pilecki – film screening at JW3 Featuring Q&A with Professors Mary Fulbrook and Antony Polonsky JW3, London At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Jewish communities of Poland and Hungary were the largest in…

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£8/£5
  • Life Afterwards: Reflecting on the Genocide in Rwanda

    British Library

  • January 28 7:15 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 96 Euston Road NW1 2DB
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    Panel discussion featuring Joanna Kos-Krauze 28 January 2019, 7.15pm Knowledge Centre The British Library 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB BOOK NOW The 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda saw around one million people killed within 100 days. The grim statistics of conflict and slaughter hide personal stories of devastation, bravery and survival. Survivor and former Rwandan goalkeeper Eric Murangwa and filmmaker Joanna Kos-Krauze joins writer and documentary film director, David Belton, to reflect on these stories this Holocaust…

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£10
  • Five years after Maidan: what’s next for Ukraine? Talk with Yaroslav Hrytsak

    Ukrainian Institute

  • January 28 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 79 Holland Park, London , W11 3SW
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    DATE: Monday, 28 January, 2019 TIME: 7 pm VENUE: 79 Holland Park W11 3SW Admission: £10. You can purchase your ticket here What is the outlook for Ukraine at the eve of its presidential elections in March 2019? Are reforms running out of steam and is Ukraine witnessing a slow return of old bad ways? Does the case of Kateryna Handzyuk mean Ukraine’s battle with corruption is lost? What are the main achievements and main failures of the last five…

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£15/£12
  • Pilecki – film screening at JW3

    JW3

  • January 26 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • 341-351 Finchley Road, , London, NW3 6ET
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    With Professors Mary Fulbrook and Antony Polonsky 26 January 2019, 8pm JW3 341-351 Finchley Road London NW3 6ET BOOK NOW RELATED EVENT Tuesday 29 January 2019, 9:30am-5:30pm Poland and Hungary: Jewish Realities Compared Conference to launch POLIN: Studies in Polish Jewry: Vol 31 Embassy of the Republic of Poland, London Witold Pilecki volunteered to go into Auschwitz so he could learn about conditions there. On his escape he passed the information to the Western democracies. We will show the film…

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  • ‘The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices’ live in London

    King's Place

  • January 24 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
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    24 January (Thursday) 2019 , Kings Place (Hall One), 8pm Get your ticket HERE. The concert is part of London A Cappella Festival which celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2019. The choir’s concert will promote their new album released in March 2019 ‘BooCheeMish’. Several songs in it are featuring the acclaimed Australian singer Lisa Gerrard, thereby uniting two of the most distinctive vocal acts working in music. Many of the songs on ‘BooCheeMish’ are written, arranged and produced by Petar Dundakov.While some…

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£7 pounds + booking fee
  • Revolution Begins at Home: The Women of Czech Dissent

    Czech Embassy Cinema

  • January 24 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    An evening dedicated to women active in the Czech dissent movement and Charter 77 during the Czechoslovak communist regime of the 1970s and 1980s and the ways in which women engaged in the different currents of political and cultural resistance. Sociologist and gender scholar Marcela Linková and journalist Naďa Straková will be joined by former dissident Kamila Bendová and writer, editor and dissident kid Tobiáš Jirous to talk about the recent publications Revolution Begins at Home: The Women of Czech…

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FREE
  • Book Launch: ‘Hungary – A Short History’ by Norman Stone

    Hungarian Cultural Centre

  • January 24 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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FREE, registration required
  • Ukraine: 5 Years on from Maidan

    House of Commons, Committee Room TBC

  • January 24 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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  • Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA
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    WHEN: Thursday, January 24, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM WHERE: House of Commons, Committee Room TBC, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA Admission: FREE with RSVP. Please register here.  Please note that you will need to receive a confirmation email to be able to attend the event. *Attendance is not guaranteed and the Henry Jackson Society reserves the right to refuse entry to an event at any stage. In January 2014, Ukraine’s then-President Victor Yanukovych passed a series of ‘anti-protest’ laws…

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FREE, registration required
  • The Discontented by Alan Ogden

    Romanian Cultural Centre in London

  • January 23 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
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  • Manchester Square, 18 Fitzharding, London, W1H 6EQ
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    Photography | Talk | Drinks In his talk about ‘The Discontented’, Alan will relate the heroic story of the Hungarian uprisings against the Habsburgs in the 17th and early 18th centuries. Led by the charismatic trio of Helena Zrinyi, Imre Thököly, and Ferenc Rákóczi II – both Princes of Transylvania – there were moments when the rebels nearly succeeded in securing the independence of Hungary from the Habsburg and Ottoman Emperors. Across a canvas that today covers Slovakia, Croatia, Austria,…

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£10/£5
  • A Czechoslovak minister in exile

    Czech and Slovak Embassies

  • January 22 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 24-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    Ladislav Feierabend managed the impossible: he was a member of the war-time Protectorate government and at the same time head of a resistance group in contact with Edvard Beneš in London. So when a messenger was captured and forced to reveal everything, in January 1940 Feierabend embarked on an escape worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster. He eventually joined Beneš’s government-in-exile as finance minister before returning to Prague in 1945. After the communist coup in February 1948, Feierabend went into hiding…

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FREE
  • Christmas Concert and Celebration of 100 years of Ukrainian Statehood

    Ukrainian Cultural Centre

  • January 20 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
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  • 154 Holland Park Avenue
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    WHEN: 20 January 2019, 15:00 WHERE: Ukrainian Community Centre, 154 Holland Park Ave, London W11 Admission: FREE Join to celebrate Ukrainian Christmas and 100 years of Ukrainian Statehood (22 January 1919). This community concert will feature performances by: Church Choirs Classical musicians children’s choir Ukrainian Dance group and singer Taras Zhytinski. Language: Ukrainian

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£17.50 - £25
  • Miroslav Srnka: Triggering

    Milton Court Concert Hall

  • January 17 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Silk Street EC2Y 9BH
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    Triggering, a piece by Czech contemporary music composer Miroslav Srnka will be performed by world-class harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani as part of his contemporary recital at Milton Court.   HPSCHD: Music for Electronics and Harpsichord 17 January 2019, 7.30 pm Milton Court Concert Hall, Silk St, London EC2Y 9BH Programme: Sunleif Rasmussen Quadroforone (world premiere; Barbican commission) Berio Rounds Miroslav Srnka Triggering John Cage Solo VII from HPSCHD Anahita Abbasi Intertwined Distances (UK premiere; commissioned by Mahan Esfahani) Mahan Esfahani harpsichord More information about the event and online booking ———————–…

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£7 + booking fee
  • ‘Jan Palach’ (Sedláček, 2018) + Q&A with director Robert Sedláček

    Czech Embassy Cinema

  • January 17 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    On 16 January 1969, the Prague philosophy student Jan Palach set himself on fire in Wenceslas Square to protest against the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. He died three days later. He was 21 years old.   Was his act an epilogue or highlight of “Golden Sixties”? A film story about innocence, naivety, loss of illusions and fatal decision. Using available sources director Robert Sedláček reconstructs the final months of Jan Palach´s life describing his path from an affectionate son, a devoted friend,…

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£7 + booking fee
  • ‘Jan Palach’ + Q&A with director Robert Sedláček

    Czech Embassy Cinema

  • January 17 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    On 16 January 1969, the Prague philosophy student Jan Palach set himself on fire in Wenceslas Square to protest against the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. He died three days later. He was 21 years old. Was his act an epilogue or a highlight of the “Golden Sixties”? A film about innocence, naivety, loss of illusions and a fatal decision. Using available sources director Robert Sedláček reconstructs the final months of Jan Palach´s life describing his path from affectionate son, devoted friend, sensitive…

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By invitation only.
  • European Musicians Play Enescu’s ‘Octet’ To Celebrate Romania’s Presidency of the EU Council

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • January 15 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    Described by The Irish Times as “massive and intimate, almost orchestral at one extreme, and like a delicate, individual reverie at the other”, George Enescu’s ‘Octet’, completed when the revered composer was but 19 years of age, marks a double occasion at 1 Belgrave Square: the opening of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and Romania’s National Culture Day, celebrated every year on 15 January. More than a century after its premiere in Paris, eight of…

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FREE
  • Free Lunchtime Concert: Srdjan Bulat (Guitar)

    St Martin's Church

  • January 15 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM
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  • Mortimer Road, London, NW10 5SN
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    Programme Regondi – Etude No 8 in G Rodrigo – En los trigales from Por los campos de España María Ponce – Sonata romántica García Abril – Dos cantares Albéniz arr. Bulat – Mallorca Srdjan Bulat Guitar Performers Srdjan Bulat (born 1986) is an award-winning concert classical guitarist from Split, Croatia. He is one of the most successful classical guitarists of the new generation and the top prize winner at almost all of the most important international classical guitar competitions. He has won…

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£15/£12/£10
  • X, Y & Z: The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken

    Ognisko Polskie

  • January 14 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 55 Exhibition Road, London, SW72PN
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    Nephew of Alan Turing tells the remarkable untold story of the French and Polish codebreakers 14 January 2019, 7pm Ognisko Polskie 55 Princess Gate Exhibition Road London SW7 2PN BOOK NOW Historian Dermot Turing, nephew of Alan Turing tells the remarkable untold story of the French and Polish codebreakers in Occupied Europe who worked alongside Britain’s finest minds at Bletchley Park to unravel the Enigma Machine. X Y & Z describes how French, British and Polish secret services came together…

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FREE
  • Film: ‘The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov’

    Bloomsbury Theatre

  • January 14 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 15 Gordon Street WC1H OAH
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    WHEN: January 14, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM WHERE: Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, WC1H 0AH London, United Kingdom Admission: Free with registration. Register here Director Askold Kurov’s film follows the trial of the Ukrainian filmmaker, writer and activist Oleg Sentsov, who was arrested by Russian secret services in 2014. Sentsov opposed Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and his arrest – on flimsy charges of terrorism – is widely seen as politically motivated. film lays bare the absurdity of…

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FREE
  • Ukrainian Christmas Carols by Candlelight

    Ukrainian Cathedral Hall

  • January 13 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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  • 21 Binney St. W1K 5BQ
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    WHEN: Sunday, 13 January 2019, 2pm. WHERE: Ukrainian Cathedral, 22 Binney St, London W1K 5BQ Admission: Free. Donations are welcome! All proceeds will be used for the projects of Ukraine Charity and the Holy Family foundation by the Cathedral. Everybody is warmly invited to get together for a candlelit Christmas carol service at the Ukrainian Cathedral on the 13th of January at 2pm. The service will provide an opportunity to sing traditional Christmas carols, listen to festive readings and enjoy…

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£40
  • Malanka: Ukrainian New Year Celebration

    Ukrainian Cultural Centre

  • January 12 7:30 PM
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  • 154 Holland Park Avenue
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    WHEN: Saturday 12 January 7.30pm – 00.30 WHERE:Ukrainian Community Centre, 154 Holland Park Ave, W11 Admission: £40. Book via 07850241175 Dress code: formal suits, embroidered shirts (vyshyvhankas) Come and celebrate Ukrainian New Year with home cooked traditional food and live music! Ticket price includes: starters (selection of cold and hot dishes) and the main meal. Plus selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Language: Ukrainian

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FREE
  • SHAPESHIFTERS a group exhibition featuring work by Maria Pinińska-Ber

    The Approach

  • January 12 10:00 AM to February 9 5:00 PM
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  • 1st Floor, 47 Approach Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9LY
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    12 January 2019 – 10 February 2019 The Approach 1st Floor, 47 Approach Road Bethnal Green London E2 9LY   Shapeshifters is a group exhibition featuring work by Sascha Braunig, Sandra Mujinga, and Maria Pinińska-Bereś. The show will focus on how these artists deal with the ambiguities and slipperiness of subjectivity, identity and visibility within their painting, sculpture, video, and performance work. Bewitching bodily presences are evoked through symbolic and metaphoric references. Throughout history, the feminine has been considered an…

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£5 / £7.50 for double bill
  • The Amazing Limbourg Brothers

    The Yard Theatre

  • January 10 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Unit 2A, Queen’s Yard, White Post Lane, London, E9 5EN
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    A staged reading of a play by Beniamin M. Bukowski 10 January 2019, 7.15pm The Yard Theatre Unit 2A Queen’s Yard White Post Lane London E9 5EN BOOK NOW The Limbourg Brothers are impoverished medieval freelance creatives. They wanted to start a rock band but ‘The Limbourg Brothers’ is a crap name for rock band so they went into illumination instead. When they are commissioned to create ‘A Very Rich Book of Hours’ for the Duc de Berry, it looks…

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£15 including a glass of wine
  • Prague and Innsbruck: the Cultural Patronage of the Archduke Ferdinand II

    Czech and Slovak Embassies

  • January 8 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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  • 24-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    A talk by Caroline Cannon-Brookes, art historian, trained at the Courtauld, teacher at the University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education. She has led many tours to the Czech Republic to which she is a regular visitor. Archduke Ferdinand II (1529-1595) was Regent of Bohemia for twenty years in the middle of the 16thcentury. Born the second son of the future Emperor Ferdinand I and Anne of Bohemia, he was highly educated and a cultivated humanist who established a sophisticated…

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FREE
  • WORKS: A Painting Exhibition by Mircea Teleagă at 12 Star Gallery

    12 Star Gallery, Europe House

  • January 8 10:00 AM to January 18 6:00 PM
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  • 32 Smith Square, , London, SW1P 3EU
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    What better start to the new year than art? Painter Mircea Teleagă, one of the most exciting Romanian artists residing and creating in the British capital, is our special guest for a solo show that opens at London’s 12 Star Gallery this January. Before the exhibition’s closing date we invite you to meet the artist, winner of the much coveted Scholarship and Artist residence at Alexander McQueen’s Sarabande Foundation! The event is part of the cultural programme that marks Romania’s EU Council Presidency…

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£15
  • Holocaust and lost cultural and urban spaces in modern Ukraine. A panel discussion

    Jewish Community Centre

  • 18/12/2018 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
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  • 341-351 Finchley Road , London, NW3 6ET
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    DATE: Tuesday, 18 December 2018, 7:30pm VENUE: Jewish Community Centre London (JW3), 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET Admission: This is a ticketed event. £15. To buy a ticket, follow this link  This event is organised by Ukrainian Institute London in partnership with Jewish Community Centre JW3 and funded by Ukrainian Jewish Encounter. Ukraine is home to thousands of cities and villages – borderland communities – contested by empires and  occupying a central place in their colonisation projects. Subjected to multiple occupations throughout the WW2, many of them have experienced a near complete…

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FREE
  • Christmas exhibition of Bulgarian Crafts

    Sofia Gallery

  • 14/12/2018 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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    Christmas exhibition of Bulgarian Crafts 14 December 2018By BCI London     |     Posted in Featured With 0 Comments Free registration for the event HERE 14.12.2018; 7 PM; “Sofia” Gallery BCI London cordially invites you to the Christmas exhibition of Bulgarian Crafts. The exhibition includes paintings, icons, crafts and textile with Bulgarian motives by Katerina Turlakova and artworks of Bulgarian knives during the centuries by Iliya Peshev. Katerina Turlakova was born in Rousse, Bulgaria on 8th August 1976. Her love for art…

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£16 - £56
  • Folk Roots, Urban Roots: London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle

    Barbican Hall, Barbican Centre,

  • 13/12/2018 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • Silk St. EC2Y 8DS
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    Jubilant Eastern European folk music, swinging Latin American rhythms and toe-tapping jazz – this is Sir Simon Rattle’s most ambitious programme yet. Classical music is a patchwork of influences, a melting pot of many different histories and worlds of sound – united in a unique programme to indulge your wanderlust. Journey through the folk influences of Bartόk’s distinct Hungarian voice, steeped in the joys and traditions of village life, and Szymnanowski’s dreamlike vision of the Polish Tatra Mountains. We then…

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