Twisting together new wave, synth pop and early 2000s NYC indie, Melbourne band Teenage Dads are back with a fresh wave of UK dates.from £15.00
Forget convention as Henning Kraggerud joins the College’s Chamber Orchestra to propel audiences into an exciting concert hall experience.from £8.50
An exhilarating journey awaits as the RNCM Symphony Orchestra returns to the stage with a programme of Benjamin Britten, William Walton, Julia Perry and Keiko Abe.from £8.50
World renowned chanteuse Ute Lemper performs songs from throughout her illustrious career, including her new album, Time Traveller.from £34.00
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