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June 2019
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  • Concert by the winners of the Second Wimbledon International Piano Competition

    Sofia Gallery

  • June 23 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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    Bulgarian Cultural Institute London invites you to a concert given by the winners of the Second Wimbledon International Piano Competition, which is founded and directed by the Bulgarian musician Savelina Kancheva (also known by her artistic pseudonym Sally Wave). It is expected that many Bulgarians will be among the performers, as they are without doubt going to be among the competition winners, as  it has been the case before. Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear top musicians – young,…

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  • Paneurhythmy – harmony and rhythm

    Sofia Gallery

  • June 21 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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    21.06.2019 (Friday); 7pm;  ”Sofia” Gallery  Please Note: This event will be in Bulgarian language only!  Free registration for the event HERE.

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£11-£33
  • Southbank Sinfonia concert with Gábor Takács Nagy

    Southbank Centre

  • June 18 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Belvedere Road SE1 8XX
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    Southbank Sinfonia welcomes back conductor Gábor Takács-Nagy, founder of the Takács Quartet, in a rare visit to Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. On Tuesday 18 June he’ll conduct energetic symphonies by Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn.    “There are many conductors in the world who can get orchestras to play together but there are very few who can profoundly inspire. Gábor Takács-Nagy is one of them.” Ivan Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra Gábor is Music Director of Manchester Camerata and Principal Guest…

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£5 + booking fee
  • Simon Mawer: Prague Spring

    Czech Embassy Cinema

  • June 18 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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  • 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    The British writer Simon Mawer will talk about his latest book Prague Spring, a complex love story set amid the drama of 1968, and his fascination with Czech history. Mawer’s novel Mendel´s Dwarf, inspired by Gregor Mendel, one of the fathers of genetics and the abbot of a Brno monastery, was followed by another Brno story, the Man Booker Prize shortlisted The Glass Room revolving around Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s famous Villa Tugendhat. With Prague Spring Mawer transfers his…

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£7 (concessions £5)
  • Remembering Jewish Culture in Ukraine: ‘In the Synagogue’ screening & discussion

    Bloomsbury Studio

  • June 17 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 15 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AH
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    In the Synagogue is a fascinating short film by young Ukrainian director Ivan Orlenko based on an unfinished story by Franz Kafka. One of few works by Kafka to deal with Jewish culture overtly, the story describes a strange vision of a beast that a Jewish boy experiences while praying in a synagogue, a metaphor which could be interpreted in several ways. One of Ukraine’s brightest young directors, Ivan Orlenko, has adapted Kafka’s fragment into a 30-minute film, shot entirely…

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Free
  • Presentation of the books “Raphael” & “You Believe” by Lea Cohen

    Sofia Gallery

  • June 13 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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    13.06.2019; 7 PM; “Sofia” Gallery The Bulgarian Cultural Institute London cordially invites you to the Presentation of the books “Raphael” & “You Believe” by Lea Cohen. Special guest: Lea Cohen Free registration for the event HERE. About the books “Raphael” Raphael Arie (real personality from the first half of the XX century) is not interested in politics – his main care is women beauty. By fate he is sentenced after a big court trial. In the early hours on 16th April 1943…

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registration required
  • British-Ukrainian Tech Night in London

    Rocket Space

  • June 11 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
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  • 40 Islington High St, London, N1 8XB
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    Date & Time: Tuesday, 11 June 2019 18:00 – 21:30 Where: Rocket Space40 Islington High St, London UKN1 8XB (MAP)   Meet companies who can help you to expand your developer operations and upscale your business in Ukraine Over the past few years Ukraine has become a globally recognised techhub. For example, Ukraine hosts 110+ R&D centres owned by multinational corporations including Microsoft, SnapChat, Samsung, Wargaming, Ring (by Amazon), ABBYY and others. 100+ of Fortune 500 companies hire Ukrainian tech…

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£30.44 – £37.90
  • SKRYABIN: Ukrainian Band in London

    229 Venue

  • June 9 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 229 Great Portland St. W1W 5PN
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    WHEN: Sunday, June 9, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM WHERE: 229 The Venue, 229 Great Portland Street, W1W 5PN London, United Kingdom Admission: £35 Book here Skryabin (Ukrainian: Скрябін, also transliterated as Scriabin or Skriabin) is a famous Ukrainian rock, pop band formed in 1989 in Novoyarivsk, Ukraine. Prominent Ukrainian musician Andriy “Kuzma” Kuzmenko(Ukrainian: Андрій Кузьменко) was the band’s lead singer until his death in 2015. During its existence Skryabin has gone from synthpop to rock and pop…

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Free
  • STEP BY STEP: Architect-led visit to Eva Jiřičná’s Miles Stair, Somerset House

    Somerset House

  • June 9 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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  • The Strand, London, WC2R 1LA
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    Eva Jiřičná’s design of the Miles Stair provides a contemporary yet complementary focal point in the West Wing of Somerset House, a Grade I listed Palladian complex considered as one of the finest examples of English Heritage in London. Architect Duncan Webster from Eva Jiřičná Architects Ltd who supervised the project will talk about the complexity of an ambitious design of a helical stair that wraps an ethereal steel-mesh newel and avoids contact with the historic building fabric and will explore the…

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£21.91 - £48.56
  • Theatre: Закон исключенного третьего – Stage RC

    Playground Theatre

  • June 8 3:00 AM to June 9 9:00 PM
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  • Latimer Road, London, W10 6RQ
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    Двое немолодых бездетных ученых подошли к кризису семейной жизни. Он – филолог, редактор толстого литературного журнала – влюбился в молодую сотрудницу. Она – преподаватель математической логики в вузе – отпускает его без внешних эмоций. Но он не может так просто уйти, ему не хватает её тонкого, точного ума, интеллектуальных, хлестких разговоров. После провала романа, он возвращается к жене. Кажется, что жена принимает его так же легко, как и отпустила. Однако истинный, непримиримый конфликт лежит куда глубже сексуальной неудовлетворенности. Их маленькая…

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£10
  • WESELE / WEDDING A one-woman participatory cabaret

    The Rich Mix Arts Centre

  • June 7 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA
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    Preceded by Seminar Talk, part of UCL Festival of Culture. Friday, 7 June 2019 Seminar: 6.30pm Show: 7.30pm Rich Mix 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA BOOK NOW Wesele / Wedding written and performed by Margot Przymierska, developed with and directed by Patrizia Paolini is a participatory cabaret extravaganza rooted in the European tradition of absurdist political comedy with a Polish-English love story at heart. It’s the last Polish-English wedding before the Brexit-imposed borders close around the UK, sealing…

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Concert with drinks and canapés £30
  • The Emmy Destinn Young Singers Concert

    Unnamed Venue

  • June 6 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM
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  • 22 Mansfield Street, London, W1G 9NR
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    Arias and songs by Dvořák, Janáček and Smetana introduced by Veronika Hyks and performed by finalists of the 2017 Emmy Destinn Foundation Young Singers Awards.     Zita Syme soprano (1st Prize) Erika Mädi Jones soprano (Dvořák Society for Czech and Slovak Music Prize) Samuel Lom bass (Finalist) Panaretos Kyriatzidis pianist (Lady Grenfell-Baines Accompanist’s Prize) An evening of Czech music at the beautiful salon of arts philanthropists Bob and Elisabeth Boas. They host musical evenings which provide performance opportunities to…

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£7 + booking fee
  • Eva Jiřičná: Boundaries without Boundaries

    Czech Embassy Cinema

  • June 6 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    A masterclass with Eva Jiřičná, a world-renowned architect whose far-reaching work transcends physical as well as symbolic boundaries, who talks about her work, inspiration and the role of intuition in her creative process. Combining a sharp conceptual approach with meticulous attention to detail and driven by her love of light and lightness, Eva’s work weaves her cherished materials of glass and metal into elegant yet functional designs that redefine the limits of architecture’s technical potential. She became well known for…

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Free
  • Presenting Southwest Bulgaria – Pernik, Tran and Breznik

    Sofia Gallery

  • June 6 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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    6 June (Thursday) 2019; 7 PM; ‘Sofia’ Gallery The event is kindly supported by the British-Bulgarian Society. Free registration for the event HERE. Bulgarian Cultural Institute London cordially invites you get close to the vivid traditions and culture of Southwest Bulgaria – Pernik, Tran and Breznik, which will be presented by dance and musical ensembles, a multimedia presentation ‘Folklore customs of Graovo’ (Breznik), a photography exhibition of Carnival ‘Surva’ by famous photographers from Pernik and work by the young artist…

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Entrance is free but it is required to book your ticket
  • Pianist Andrei Licareț in the Enescu Concerts Series

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • June 6 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    Our guest musician in this month’s ever-popular “Enescu Concerts” Series is charismatic pianist Andrei Licareț, whose “rich artistic maturity and depth go beyond the boundaries of a simple ability” (L’Unione Sarda). With a programme of beloved works spanning three European countries, the artist will boast his commanding technique and nuanced interpretations yet again. Programme: George Enescu – Pavane and Toccata from Suite No.2, Op.10 Robert Schumann  – Kreisleriana Op. 16 Frederich Chopin – Preludes Op. 28 Born in Bucharest, Andrei…

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  • Hungarian Lit Night – Tributes to Attila József

    Hungarian Cultural Centre

  • June 5 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
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  • POETRY, PERFORMANCE 5 June 2019 7 pm Hungarian Cultural Centre London 10 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7N Our next Lit Night celebrates the iconoclastic Hungarian poet through brand new commissions of contemporary artists, writers and musicians, who respond to Attila József – his poems, ideas & life – with new performances, recitations and readings. Lyrical, idiosyncratic and impassioned, the mature works of Attila József have been celebrated throughout the world since his premature death in 1937. His self-conscious, concise, ambitious…

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£20/£10 + booking fee
  • Spectacle ‘They’ by Stanislaw Witkiewicz: a dark comedy in London

    Theatro Technis

  • June 3 7:30 PM to June 8 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Crowndale Road NW1 1 TT;
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    3-8 June, 7.30pm Theatro Technis 26 Crowndale Road, London, NW1 1 TT BOOK NOW They (Oni), was written in 1920 by the iconic Polish playwright S.I. Witkiewicz as a response to the convulsions of the Bolshevik Revolution and the first World War. It is an early absurdist dark comedy in which a secret government is attempting to bring about the death of art in order to easier control the people.We believe this play to be of particular interest to lovers…

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£10 on the door. Advance £8. Students £5
  • Tomasz Zyrmont Trio feat. Sean Kha concert

    Polish Jazz Cafe, POSK

  • June 1 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 238-246 Kings St , London, W6 ORF
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    at Jazz Cafe POSK Saturday 1 June 2019, 7.30pm Jazz Cafe POSK 238-246 King St, London, W6 0RF BOOK NOW The Tomasz Zyrmont Trio was founded in London in 2011. Same year they were invited to perform at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, for the closing reception of London’s Polish Presidency of the Council of EU. They also participated in other London’s events such as: Polish Music Week 2013 (Yamaha Music London), POSK’s 50th Anniversary at Jazz Cafe…

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May 2019
£5 + booking fee
  • Science Café: Can machine replace an artist?

    Czech Embassy Cinema

  • May 30 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QY
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    Due to the significant advances in use of deep neural networks many people have got the feeling that the problem of transferring the art style is solved and machines today can generate artwork hard to distinguish from canvases of famous painters. Daniel Sykora – the Professor at the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction at CTU in Prague – will present many pitfalls of using neural network and its alternative, purely algorithmic approach that achieves significantly better results without using…

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£10 (concessions £8/£7)
  • Chernobyl: History of a Tragedy. Serhii Plokhy in conversation with Luke Harding

    British Library Piazza

  • May 28 6:45 PM to 8:15 PM
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  • 96 Euston Road NW1 2DB
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    On 26 April 1986 at 1:23am a reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Soviet Ukraine exploded. While the authorities scrambled to understand what was occurring, workers, engineers, firefighters and those living in the area were abandoned to their fate. The blast put the world on the brink of nuclear annihilation, contaminating over half of Europe with radioactive fallout. Historian Serhii Plokhy talks to journalist and author Luke Harding, drawing on his recent book Chernobyl: History of a Tragedy, winner…

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Free
  • Gheorghe Fikl: The End of History

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • May 28 6:00 PM to June 12 7:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    Gheorghe Fikl, one of Romania’s most original and thought-provoking contemporary artists, opens his first UK solo show at 1 Belgrave Square. The exhibition brings together a selection of large-scale, oil-on-canvas works from three of his recent series, developed during 2015 – 2019: El Angel Exterminador, End of History and Ceilings, paired with two works that will be shown publicly for the first time on this occasion.  The show also includes the screening of Horse, a short film made by French artist Josepha…

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Free
  • Theatre play ‘A Little Comedy’ in Enfield, London

    Millfield Theatre

  • May 24 7:30 PM to May 27 9:00 PM
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  • Silver St, Edmonton, London, N18 1PJ
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    Please note, this production is in Bulgarian language only. 24.05.2019 (Friday), Millfield Theatre, Enfield, 7.30pm Reserve seats HERE. Most of the great Chekhov’s plays are described as a comedy but most often people come out from the theatre with tears in their eyes. The one-act theatre plays ‘Bear’ and ‘Proposal’ are real comedies. And that’s why this theatrical production engages the virtuoso trio of actors Asen Blatechki, Kalin Vrachanski and Koyna Ruseva. The goal is purely fun, brought by the glamorous acting…

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£29.50-£14.50
  • Polish female composer Grażyna Bacewicz at Kings Place

    King's Place

  • May 23 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
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    Southbank Sinfonia will play Bacewicz, Górecki and Lutoslawski 23 May 2019, 7.30pm Kings Place 90 York Way London N1 9AG BOOK NOW A force of nature, Polish composer Grażyna Bacewicz wrote seven violin concertos, eight quartets and four symphonies. ‘I run, not walk,’ she said. ‘I speak fast, even my pulse beats faster than normal.’ Lutosławski said, ‘She was born with an incredible wealth of musical talent, an almost fanatical zeal and unwavering faith in her mission.’ Asked if her…

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Free
  • Alexandra Pirici Brings ‘Leaking Territories’ to London’s Block Universe

    Imperial War Museum

  • May 22 2:00 PM to May 28 6:00 PM
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  • Lambeth Road, London, SE1 6HZ
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    Performance art’s rising star Alexandra Pirici will take centre stage at London’s Imperial War Museum for the UK premiere of her Leaking Territories (2017), a work that remediates political world events with live bodies at this year’s Block Universe Festival. Originally created for the decennial art exhibition Munster Skulptur Projekte 2017, the performance brings together seven dancers who will conjure up and link actions from different times and spatial realities, revealing the concept of a well-defined, well-enclosed horizontal territory and stable…

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FREE
  • The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov

    School of Arts, Birkbeck College

  • May 21 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
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  • 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD
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    WHEN: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 2 PM – 5 PM WHERE: Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, WC1H 0PD London, United Kingdom Admission: FREE. Reserve your places here Askold Kurov’s documentary follows the show trial of Ukrainian film maker and activist Oleg Sentsov, arrested by the Russian secret services in 2014 for his opposition to the annexation of Crimea. Sentsov rejects the role of a scapegoat and accuses the accusers themselves. The film analyses the workings of the repressive Russian…

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  • Into the Forest – Writing ‘Kozlowski’

    Ognisko Polskie

  • May 17 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 55 Exhibition Road, London, SW72PN
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    Author Jane Rogoyska in conversation with writer and journalist Boyd Tonkin Friday 17 May, 7pm for 7.30pm Ognisko Polskie – The Polish Hearth Club 55 Princes Gate South Kensington London SW7 2PN Tickets tbc In this heartbreaking novel, Jane Rogoyska writes with tragic power about one of the last century’s foulest crimes – Stalin’s mass murder of his Polish prisoners in 1940. – Neal Ascherson From acclaimed biographer and filmmaker Jane Rogoyska, Kozłowski: a new novel that explores the tragedy…

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  • Romania’s Art Publications Pack a Punch at Tate Modern

    Tate Modern (Turbine Hall)

  • May 17 6:00 PM to May 19 6:00 PM
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    This year, P U N C H Bucharest returns to the British capital for yet another display of editorial artistry at Offprint London, one of the UK’s largest art publishing fairs. Romania’s fourth consecutive participation at the major event, which takes over Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall for a whole weekend in May, also features a talk by graphic designer, illustrator and cartoonist Sorina Vazelina, who will speak about her latest book published by Centrala – ‘Old Farts. Short Stories About…

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  • Taste Art! A Multi-sensory Evening of Eastern European Gems

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • May 16 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    an evening of immersive art and music Thursday 16 May 2019, 7-9pm Romanian Cultural Institute 1 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PH FREE BUT BOOKING ESSENTIAL Join a sensational evening of immersive art and music to celebrate Contemporary Lynx Magazine’s latest issue. The event brings together Romanian performance artist Alex Mirutziu and Polish visual artist Piotr Krzymowski, who will be presenting their latest projects. The evening will be rounded off with a live DJ set offered by Adrian Magrys of Lanquidity Records,…

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  • BÉZNĂ Theatre’s Illegalised, on UK Tour

    Applecart Arts

  • May 16 7:00 PM to May 18 9:00 PM
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  • 170 Harold Road E13 OSE
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    We join forces with a series of British partners to support the UK Tour of ‘Illegalised’, a new play by British-Romanian collective BÉZNĂ Theatre that will be presented, in world premiere, throughout the month of May. ILLEGALISED is the first in BÉZNĂ Theatre’s cycle of multi-lingual plays, a direct response to ‘My Name is Other’, a fully-funded research project in London, Bedford, Daventry and Sheffield that investigates othering, structural racism in the UK, and Britain’s colonial past. The text is…

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£23 – £27
  • Theatre: Xameleon Theatre presents ‘Anna Karenina’

    The Cockpit Theatre

  • May 16 6:30 PM to May 18 9:00 PM
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  • Gateforth St. NW8 8EH
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    ANNA KARENINA Based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel. Performed in Russian with English subtitles Recommended age: 12+ 16,17,18 May 2019 @7:30 pm Anna, facing a lifetime of unhappiness in a marriage void of affection meets a dashing military officer, Alexey Vronsky. Her story is paralleled by that of strong-minded Levin and charming Kitty, frivolous Stiva and loyal Dolly and their worlds are all falling apart. “There are as many kinds of love as there are hearts” says Leo Tolstoy in his…

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Adv £12 / Door £15
  • Butoh Techno spectacle on UK tour

    IKLECTIK

  • May 15 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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  • Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG
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    traditional Japanese dance + free improvised music + live visuals  Tuesday, 14 May 2019, 8.00 pm The Rose Hill 70-71 Rosehill Terrace Brighton, BN1 4JJ BOOK NOW Wednesday 15 May 2019, 8.00 pm IKLECTIK Old Paradise Yard20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE17LGADV BOOK NOW Thursday 16 May 2019, 7.30 pm FUSE Art Space 5-7 Rawson PlaceBradford, BD1 3QQADV BOOK NOW Formed three years ago out of a collaboration between the Poland based Shepherds of Cats and Japanese pianist and vocalist Aya…

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£5
  • Flow and Nina Anto

    The Fiddler's Elbow

  • May 15 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Malden Rd, London, NW5 3HS
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    Polish singer-songwriters bound onto the London scene Wednesday 15th of May 2019, 7.30pm The Fiddler’s Elbow1 Malden Rd, London NW5 3HS Tickets: £5 available on the door FLOW Flow is an artist from Warsaw, who uniquely combines dirty street poetry and delicate feminine sensuality. Her first record, with the Blow’s project “If you feel …”, achieved spectacular success in Poland. Currently, it is considered one of the most iconic and precursory in the genre of urban music. Flow was twice…

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£12/£8
  • European Literature Night: Poetry and Performance with Olga Stehlíková and Tomáš Braun

    British Library

  • May 14 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
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  • 96 Euston Road NW1 2DB
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    Explore the intersection between poetry and performance in the work of Czech poet Olga Stehlíková, winner of the prestigious Czech literary prize Magnesia Litera and her musical collaborator Tomáš Braun. Stehlíkova and Braun will introduce their joint project Vejce/Eggs, Czech-English couplets which sit at the edge of poetry, music and spoken word, together with the work of Latvian poet and visual artist Valts Ernstreits, Estonian poet and Nobel Prize nominee Doris Kareva and French musician Francois Atlas. This is contemporary…

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Free
  • “One and a Half Prince” (Lungu, 2018) for Belgravia’s Romanian Cinematheque

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • May 14 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    The series of UK premieres at our Romanian Cinematheque continues, in May, with Ana Lungu’s second feature film, ‘One and a Half Prince’ (2018). “A story about friendship and how it can be jeopardised by a stronger feeling, the film is a touching exploration of how we are always better off in the company of friends we trust.” – Ștefan Dobroiu, Cineuropa “There’s a uninhibited, casual intimacy to this portrait of a trio of friends. ” – Wendy Ide, Screen…

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£10 (£7 students)
  • Bracing for uncertainty, not turbulence. Talk with Vitaly Portnikov

    Holland Park Ukrainian Club

  • May 13 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 154 Holland Park Avenue W11 4UH
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    Vitaly Portnikov, one Ukraine’s most prominent journalists and commentators, will reflect on the results of new presidential elections in the country and the prospects of the Ukrainian political project. Why Ukraine did not manage to succeed in its modernisation project? What are the chances now? How did Maidan become possible and are Ukraine’s oligarchs now planning to roll back it achievements? What role does Russia play in shaping the new Ukrainian reality? The talk will include presentation and sale of…

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£10
  • Blue Innovations: Contemporary Czech Indigo Prints Workshop

    Czech Centre, London

  • May 12 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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  • 30 Kensington Palace Gardens W8 4QY
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    Step beyond the everyday and create fashion accessories using indigo dyed material with Czech designer and maker Alice Klouzková. Acclaimed Czech fashion designer, curator and lecturer Alice Klouzková will take you to her world of traditional handcraft techniques and their use in contemporary fashion. After a brief introduction to the history of Czech indigo print production and current trends in the application of the techniques she will help you to design and create your own fashion accessories using this unique and…

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Suggested donation:from £25
  • Evening of Harp Music at the Ukrainian Cathedral

    Ukrainian Cathedral Hall

  • May 11 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 21 Binney St. W1K 5BQ
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    WHEN: Saturday 11th May 2019 – 7.30PM WHERE: The Ukrainian Cathedral Concert Hall, 21A Binney Street, Mayfair, London W1K 5BQ Admission: Suggested donation:from £25 (Children under 13 Free, including food and wine reception). Tickets may be reserved by email: allasirenkoconcerts@gmail.com or text: 0773 6735270 The concert will feature prize winners and postgraduates from the Guildhall School of Music – Harp Department: LISE VANDERSMISSEN, ELIN SAMUEL, HELEN A RICC I, BIA NCA W ATTS, CAROLINE BREMAN, HEATHER B ROOKS In the…

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£14 (£12 concessions)
  • Czech Roots: BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts

    Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's

  • May 10 1:00 PM to June 14 2:00 PM
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  • 161 Old St, London, EC1V 9NG
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    Immerse yourself in the the rhythms, melodies and folk roots of Czech music, written by composers who drew inspiration from a rich legacy of national tunes. Running parallel to Sir Simon Rattle’s exploration of Czech music, and the folk traditions behind it, with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican, this series of BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts at LSO St Luke’s takes a look at solo and chamber music by Czech composers. Friday 10 May 2019 1–2pm Christian Ihle…

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£3 In Adv / £5 OTD
  • Thom Artway – UK Tour

    The Troubadour

  • May 8 8:30 PM to 11:30 PM
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  • 263-267 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 9JA
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    A young man with characteristic voice, one guitar and lot of songs that get under your skin. A Czech singer, songwriter and busker, composing in English. Thom Artway is a modern singer-songwriter telling the story of a life with light and melancholic energy. Characterised by a strong voice, humble expression and wistful melodies he travels through folk, rock and pop music. He received two Andel 2016 awards (Czech version of Grammy) in categories the Best Singer and the Best New…

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£7 – £10
  • KURBAS: 1920s Avant-garde Theatre in Ukraine. Public Lecture

    The Ukrainian Cathedral Hall

  • May 8 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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    WHEN: 8 May 2019, 7pm WHERE: Main Hall of the Ukrainian catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family, 21 Binney Street, Mayfair, London W1K 5BQ ADMISSION: Tickets £10 via Eventbrite. £7 for students. Click here to book. LANGUAGE: This event will be held in English, moderated by Maria Montague, Assistant Director, Ukrainian Institute London. In the 1920s, director Les Kurbas radically transformed Ukrainian theatre, and was at the cutting edge of theatre innovations across Europe. Kurbas’s theatrical techniques focused on ‘making the invisible visible’; he experimented…

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