Gigs in London tonight
Cream drummer Ginger Baker, Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier headline a stellar afternoon of jazz across two stages.
Jonathan Miller's 2009 stylish staging of Puccini's opera is back at the ENO to celebrate Miller's 40 years in the business. He updates the story to 1930s Paris, where its story of young bohemian love blighted by sudden tragedy unfolds on sets inspired by the iconic photographs of Cartier-Bresson and Brassaï. Natalya Romaniw and Jonathan Tetelman make their ENO debuts in the central roles of Mimi and Rodolpho. Alexander Joel conducts.
Back for a seventh year, this genre-spanning festival is celebrating its musical roots. Proceedings kick off with a performance by violinist Tasmin Little and the London Mozart Players, while other highlights include the inspirational 2018 BBC Young Musician of the Year, pianist Lauren Zhang, and the Ealing Youth Orchestra, and a screening of rock-opera classic Quadrophenia. Let's just hope the mods and rockers amongst you behave yourselves.
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