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Lang Lang performs at the Massed Piano event © Belinda Lawley

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    Royal Festival Hall Belvedere Rd
    South Bank
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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Abdullah Ibrahim

African music, Jazz and experimental

  • Critics' choice

Once known as Dollar Brand, legendary South African pianist and composer Ibrahim occupies a central position in his country's music history as an exile from apartheid and politicised pioneer of township and Cape jazz. Now 80 years old and more spiritual...

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Abdullah Ibrahim
  1. Sat Nov 15
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £10-£35
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Art Garfunkel

Pop, Singer-songwriter, Folk

  • Critics' choice

All we've heard from Art Garfunkel for the last few years has been the sound of silence – sadly in this case related to an ongoing throat condition that meant he wasn't able to sing or perform. Well, it's good news: the man who put the 'Garfunkel' into...

Art Garfunkel
  1. Tue Jul 29 – 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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Joan Baez

Pop and rock

  • Critics' choice

This is a rare visit from one of the ’60s folk revival's most visible icons. Baez brings her much-admired vibrato and her many interpretations of songs by the likes of Bob Dylan (with whom she had a two-year relationship in the early ’60s), Leonard Cohen,...

Joan Baez
  1. Wed Sep 17 – Sun Sep 21
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £25-£45
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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’ earlier this 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...

John Grant/The Royal Northern Sinfonia
  1. Sun Nov 30
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £22.50-£27.50
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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: John McLaughlin And The 4th Dimension

Music festivals, Fusion

  • Critics' choice

The ex-Miles Davis/Shakti guitar guru here makes an appearance with the lastest incarnation of his fiery fusion quartet, now featuring superlative Cameroonian bassist Etienne Mbappe alongside UK keyboardist Gary Husband and amazing Indo-jazz drummer Ranjit...

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: John McLaughlin And The 4th Dimension
  1. Thu Nov 20
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £10-£35
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Jon Hopkins

House, techno and electro, Electronica

  • Critics' choice

With his latest album 'Immunity' shortlisted for the Mercury Prize, electronica producer Jon Hopkins has come a long way since his days playing keyboards for Imogen Heap. He's now collaborated with Brian Eno and King Creosote, both self-professed fans...

Jon Hopkins
  1. Fri Sep 19
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £17.50-£22.50
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Lisa Stansfield

Pop, Soul

Multi-million-selling and award-winning singer-songwriter Stansfield headlines, having successfully returned to music after a decade away with her new album 'Seven'. She'll be spinning out the hits from her back catalogue, which stretches way back to...

Lisa Stansfield
  1. Wed Sep 10
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £25-£45
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London Literature Festival 2014: Hilary Mantel

Things to do, Literature

Join writer Hilary Mantel as she reads from her latest collection of stories and talks with James Runcie, Southbank Centre's Head of Literature and Spoken Word. Expect an evening of insight as the two-time winner of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction discusses...

  1. Fri Oct 10
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £15-£20 + £1.75 booking fee
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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.