100 choral voices, plus professional soloists and orchestra, perform Mozart and Handel. City Chorus celebrates 100 years of music-making at a special concert on Friday 3 April 2020. Together with professional soloists and orchestra, 100 choral voices will perform Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Ave VerumCorpus and Handel’s anthems My heart is Inditing and Zadok the Priest. Join them to experience beautiful and inspiring music in a stunning setting. Cost of entry: Tickets £20, £10 Buy tickets here
Tuesday 10th, 5-6pm Thursday 12th, 5-6pm This Christmas, Courage Yard. off Shad Thames, is bringing the festive spirit to you, with two choir performances from local choir groups. Both groups will be raising money for local charity Southwark Giving, a scheme that helps emerging local community needs. On Tuesday 10th, Southwark Music Service will bring sounds of joy to Courage Yard by bringing along their staff choir. The choir is made up of Southwark Music Service staff, who aim to enrich the lives of all Southwark children and young people by making the learning of music dynamic, energetic, varied and fun. On Thursday 12th, The Museum Singers will bring festive fun to Courage Yard. The group are an amateur choral group based in Southwark, who regularly rehearse and perform in St George’s Cathedral. Both performances will be raising money and awareness for Southwark charity Southwark Giving, part of Community Southwark, as a way of giving back to the community and helping improve practise, shape futures and change lives. And with a glorious range of independent, local shops and eateries including Tower Bridge Wellness Pharmacy, Caffe Paradiso, The Watch House and Sami’s Lebanese Deli, plus firm favourites like Starbucks Reserve, you’ll be able to keep warm, and enjoy the festive season. Courage Yard is located on Shad Thames, and just a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge and Potters Fields Park. For more information please visit courageyard.com or visit on social @CourageYard.
Free recital, Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge. This delightful high school choral group from New York formed in 1979 will sing a selection of inspiring and uplifting music. Saturday 28th December 2019 12.30pm
This 100th-year anniversary screening of The Cabinet of Dr Caligari is brought to life through the live score of Cabinet of Living Cinema. The Cabinet of Living Cinema create live cinema events in unusual and inspiring locations. They have scored films by Svankmajer, Jodorowsky, Fritz Lang, Eisenstein and Paradjanov using loop pedals, “found object foley” and orchestral instruments. Tickets: £20 – book here The licensed Apothecary Wine Bar will be open to guests until 6:50 pm for pre-show drinks. This screening is supported by The Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret and Team London Bridge. Credits: Photos Primera Corp – Nomad Cinema The Cabinet of Living Cinema digital: T: @CabinetofLC Insta: @cabinetoflivingcinema Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cabinetoflivingcinema/ W:https://thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk
Part of Totally Thames 2019 Date and performance times: Friday 6 September 7 – 8pm Location: London Bridge Station, main concourse, next to Tooley Street entrance Sea shanties and maritime songs old and new. Ranging from raucous roof-raisers to tender ballads, from South Australia to Newfoundland via the Outer Hebrides. Stamp your feet, clap your hands and sing your hearts out. The London Sea Shanty Collective are a community choir based in Dalston who have sung across the UK and Ireland. @londonshanty on Twitter LondonSeaShantyCollective on Facebook Presented by Team London Bridge with support from Network Rail.
This sister pub to the splendid Euston Tap offers a huge selection of craft beers and a pool room just seconds from world-famous Tower Bridge. The Raven Tower Bridge 218 Tower Bridge Road London SE1 2UP 020 30262316 raventowerbridge.com Mon: noon-11pm Tues: noon-11pm Weds: noon-11.30pm Thurs: noon-11.30pm Fri: noon-midnight Sat: noon-midnight Sun: noon-10pm
Kids’ Choir; a key music education project for the Thames Festival Trust, will perform at The Scoop as part of Totally Thames Festival. Primary schools from all over London embark on a year-long singing programme under the guidance of conductor Richard Frostick. They learn new music and performance skills which they show off in an amazing concert at the Scoop, by the river Thames in front of a huge audience in September. Part of Totally Thames 2019. 1pm – 1.45pm
Totally Thames is back again this year to take the river by storm and fill it to the brim with events celebrating the lifeblood of London. With over 100 events stretching over the 42 mile length of the Thames in London and a mixture of arts, heritage, family and river events, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this September. London Bridge highlights include the Bascule Chamber Concerts, the Race for Doggett’s Coat and Badge, Just Type meets River Thames, Discover London’s Wildlife Secret with ZSL, Illuminated River Boat Tours, Sing for Water, Kid’s Choir at The Scoop, Red Umbrella, Song of the Sea, and the Henry Reichhold exhibition: One Hour. For the full 2019 programme go to totallythames.org Team London Bridge is a sponsor of Totally Thames.
A Celebration of Classic Rock & Metal for Make Music Day with Black Helium and Possessor, both leaders in their disciplines and champions of their genres from London. Expect heavy rock and metal with a shot of Punk energy. Free entry. Bands from 8pm. The Underdog London was first established back in 2007 on the Old Kent Road SE1, as an art gallery and live music studio. The ethos was to promote up and coming artists and creatives of all types and genres but mostly in the graphic art and rock music scenes, gig poster design, graffiti / street and outsider art. The Underdog has since evolved in its current surroundings since 2011 in London Bridge, still staying true to its ethos of championing the outsider, but working and growing alongside some amazing, up and coming and well established artists and musicians. For the latest gig listings visit http://www.theunderdog.london/whatson Photograph Copyright: Sam Mellish © 2019
British emerging artist Declan Bennett plays his next EP release live on stage at the Underdog Gallery. Expect cool acoustic and electro beats over spoken word. Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K41Y-nKY7wc/ The Underdog London was first established back in 2007 on the Old Kent Road SE1, as an art gallery and live music studio. The ethos was to promote up and coming artists and creatives of all types and genres but mostly in the graphic art and rock music scenes, gig poster design, graffiti / street and outsider art. The Underdog has since evolved in its current surroundings since 2011 in London Bridge, still staying true to its ethos of championing the outsider, but working and growing alongside some amazing, up and coming and well established artists and musicians. Photograph Copyright: Sam Mellish © 2019