BRIGHTER: Events and performances in the Angel in the coming month
The next month brings an abundance of shows, events and performances to the Angel. Below is just a selection of what’s on offer over the coming month; check out the venue websites for details…
Business Design Centre – www.businessdesigncentre.co.uk
6 and 7 March – Mindful Living Show and The Sleep Show
The Mindful Living and The Sleep Show come together offering 2 unique days of learning, connection & fun – through seminars, guided practice, inspirational features and experiential sessions.
20 to 22 March – Glamour Beauty Festival London
Spend some time with brands including Allergan, Pixi, Elizabeth Arden, Elf and Caudalie while exploring the different zones from hair, skincare, makeup, fragrance and wellness in a beauty lovers’ theme park.
28 March – Pop up Vintage Fair
Award winning Pop Up Vintage Fairs London are bringing their Vintage Fashion & Homeware Event to the Business Design Centre for one day only on. The event will feature vintage traders from across the UK and Europe, selling a wide selection of vintage goods including fashion, menswear, accessories, jewellery, homeware, lighting, collectables, salvage, posters, maps, vinyl records, ephemera and furniture.
SADLER’S WELLS – www.sadlerswells.com
25 to 27 March – Ballet Boyz – Deluxe
Following their recent, triumphant shows Them/Us, Fourteen Days, Young Men and Life, the multi-award winning BalletBoyz are back at Sadler’s Wells and celebrating their 20th anniversary year.
KING’S HEAD THEATRE – www.kingsheadtheatre.com
12 March to 11 April – Iolanthe
Marking 10 years of Charles Court Opera at the King’s Head Theatre, the ‘masters of Gilbert & Sullivan in small spaces’ return with an enchanting (and timely) satirical production of power, privilege and parliamentary democracy.
13 March to 11 April – Naked Boys Singing!
The title says it all in the international smash hit musical comedy Naked Boys Singing! This hilarious musical revue features 15 original songs, a bevy of gorgeous and talented men, and no clothes – a winning combination if ever there was one. From the sassy opening number ‘Gratuitous Nudity’ to the screamingly funny ‘Bliss of a Bris’, audiences and critics the world over have hailed Naked Boys Singing! a sure-fire crowd-pleaser.
LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE – www.littleangeltheatre.com
Until 18 April (various performance dates) – The Paper Dolls
When a little girl cuts out a string of paper dolls she takes them by the hand and together they go on a fantastical adventure whirling through their home and garden. Ticky, Tacky, Jackie the Backie, Jim with two noses and Jo with the bow fly through time and tear across worlds of fun and excitement… Adapted from the acclaimed book by Julia Donaldson, this magical tale is brought to life through puppetry and music.
Until 26 April (various performance dates) – The Wolves in the Walls
When Lucy hears noises from behind the walls, she tries to warn her family that there are wolves lurking inside their house, but her family doesn’t believe her. Then one day, Lucy’s fears come true when a pack of wolves comes bursting out of the walls, forcing Lucy and her family to live at the bottom of the garden. But the story is far from over – Lucy must gather her courage, as her battle against the wolves is only just beginning. Suitable for brave children and scared adults.
OLD RED LION THEATRE – www.oldredliontheatre.co.uk/theatre.html
3 – 21 March – Nuclear War / Buried / Graceland
Simon Stephens’ NUCLEAR WAR, a heartbreaking and soul-stopping piece for movement is revived in a collaboration between multiple award winning and critically acclaimed theatre collectives, BoxLess Theatre, Bag of Beard, Grindstone & Take Two Theatricals, accompanied by the premieres of two new pieces of theatre. An unmissable triple bill production.
THE ALMEIDA – www.almeida.co.uk
30 March to 9 May – “Daddy” – A melodrama
In this Bel Air tale of love and family, intimacy is a commodity and the surreal gets real. Danya Taymor directs the UK premiere of “Daddy”, an explosive and blistering melodrama from Jeremy O. Harris.