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    Royal Festival Hall Belvedere Rd
    South Bank
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    SE1 8XX

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  1. Wed Nov 26 – Tue Dec 16
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £150, £15 per session
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Deacon Blue

Pop and rock

Ricky Ross's heartfelt pop-rockers play from their extensive back catalogue. They even have a new album, oddly titled 'The Hipsters', to showcase.

Deacon Blue
  1. Mon Dec 15
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £29.50-£39.50
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John Grant/The Royal Northern Sinfonia

Pop and rock, Folk, Chamber

  • Critics' choice

Former Czars frontman Grant released his second solo album ‘Pale Green Ghosts’ last year, and revealed himself as one of the most brutally honest, self-aware and distinctive songwriting voices of his generation. He’ll be baring his soul for you on stage...

John Grant/The Royal Northern Sinfonia
  1. Sun Nov 30
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £22.50-£27.50
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Katherine Jenkins

Pop, Choral

The popular Welsh soprano, best known for her stirring pre-match performances at the Millennium Stadium and her Italian version of Dolly Parton's 'I Will Always Love You', storms the Royal Festival Hall.

Katherine Jenkins
  1. Tue Feb 17 2015
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £29.50-£95
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Koestler Trust's National Exhibition: Catching Dreams

Things to do, Art

  • Free

This annual exhibition showcases artwork by prisoners, offenders on community sentences, secure psychiatric patients and immigration detainees. For the first time ever the show is also curated by ex-offenders who have completed a year's mentoring with...

Koestler Trust's National Exhibition: Catching Dreams
  1. Sun Nov 23 – Sun Nov 30
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. Free
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Marianne Faithfull

Pop and rock

  • Critics' choice

Gruff-voiced diva and counter-cultural British national treasure Faithfull draws from her 50-year recording career. She survived the ’60s and life with Jagger, a period spent living rough in Soho as a heroin addict, and successful surgery to treat breast...

Marianne Faithfull
  1. Sat Nov 29
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £20-£30
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Ocean Colour Scene

Pop and rock

The diehard Brummie dad-rockers – whose popularity barely seems to wane – dust off their carefully crafted Mod rock on an acoustic 'greatest hits' tour marking their twenty-fifth year as a band.

Ocean Colour Scene
  1. Wed Feb 18 2015
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £20-£35
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Slava's Snowshow

Puppetry, Kids' theatre, Drama, West End

  • Rating: 4/5

Some people are wary of Christmas for good reason. Others – and this camp could really do us all a favour by giving themselves a stern talking to – bemoan things like 'the fuss' and 'those pesky pine needles that fall off the tree'. Well, even these...

Slava's Snowshow
  1. Wed Dec 17 – Mon Jan 5 2015
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £20-£65. Runs 1hr 50mins
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Tune-Yards

Indie rock

  • Critics' choice

Merrill Garbus, aka Tune-Yards, says that she doesn’t ‘want to sound pretty’. Which is good, because although she sounds a lot of things – clatteringly noisy, riotously childlike, effortlessly rhythmic – pretty certainly isn’t one of them. Since 2009,...

Tune-Yards
  1. Thu Mar 5 2015
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £tba
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World Press Photo Exhibition

Things to do, Photography

  • Free

Celebrating powerful, moving and sometimes disturbing photojournalism, the annual World Press Photo competition draws entries from all over the world. This year 5,754 photographers representing more than 130 different nationalities submitted not far short...

World Press Photo Exhibition
  1. Sun Nov 23 – Wed Nov 26
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. Free
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Paul Manning

Do not waste your money, the worst show I have ever been to, No Story, not funny and mediocre effects until the very end.