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    Royal Festival Hall Belvedere Rd
    South Bank
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    SE1 8XX

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Gareth Malone And Gareth Malone's Voices

Choir

Your grandma’s favourite choirmaster and his Voices choir tackle easy listening and popular tunes. But is it just us, or is there something a little creepy about that event name?

  1. Mon Nov 30
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £19.50-£55
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Gary Numan

Electronica, Synthpop

  • Critics' choice

Despite his miserablism, his Bowie-aping and his right-wing tendencies, the Numanoid has long since been recognised as the godfather of electronica and the spiritual progenitor of Marilyn Manson. His latest 'Machine Music' tour plundered his whole 35-year...

Gary Numan
  1. Fri Mar 20
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £29.50-£45
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Katherine Jenkins

Choral, Pop

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
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £29.50-£95
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London Philharmonic Orchestra: Magnus Lindberg

Orchestral music

  • Critics' choice

Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan joins London Philharmonic Orchestra under Vladimir Jurowski for the world premiere of ‘Accused’, Magnus Lindberg’s ‘Three interrogations for soprano and orchestra’. The LPO also perform Debussy’s ‘Le Martyre de Saint...

London Philharmonic Orchestra: Magnus Lindberg
  1. Wed Jan 28
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £9-£65, concs £4.50-£32.50
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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
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £20-£35
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Perfume Genius

Pop, Singer-songwriter

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Supplementing gilded, affecting vocals with somnambulant piano lines and harmonies as fragile as butterfly wings, Perfume Genius (Mike Hadreas from Seattle) promises a magical live show with a pin-droppingly intimate atmosphere. He returns to London armed...

Perfume Genius
  1. Wed Jun 10
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £17.50-£20
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Scottish Dance Theatre

Dance, West End, Drama

A ritualistic dance choreographed by SDT boss Fleur Darkin which takes its name from the Gaelic word for desire. The entire company perform the piece which arrives in London for its English premiere after a successful run at 2014's Edinburgh festival....

  1. Thu Apr 9
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £15, £12 concs
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Scottish Dance Theatre: Innocence

Contemporary and experimental, Drama, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

Explore the mad, occasionally hallucinatory world of visionary poet William Blake in Scottish Dance Theatre's piece for kids. Fleur Darkin choreographs 'Innocence' which features live music, songs and, er, animal noises. Ages 3-plus.

  1. Wed Apr 8 – Fri Apr 10
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £12
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Transatlantic Sessions

World, Blues, roots and country, Folk

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Traditional Celtic folk and Americana led by dobro-playing producer player Jerry Douglas – who has played on well over 1,000 different records by the likes of Paul Simon, Ray Charles and Elvis Costello – and fiddler Aly Bain, both of whom served as music...

  1. Fri Feb 6
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £20-£27.50
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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
  2. Royal Festival Hall
  3. £17.50-£22.50
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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.