ABBA is iconic. For one night only, the triple award-winning tribute band ABBA Revival teams up with the Mozart Symphony Orchestra to give you an unforgettable evening of ABBA hits with a symphonic backing.
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved ZOG comes to life in this magical stage adaptation with a sumptuous folk score featuring live musicians and designs that life the book from the page to create a real and fantastical world. ZOG promises to be roaring fun for all ages.
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Fra Fee (The Ferryman) and Christine Allado (Hamilton) are joined on stage by Wendi Peters (Coronation Street) to perform the acclaimed new British musical, The Clockmaker’s Daughter.
Set in the fictional time of Spindlewood, The Clockmaker’s Daughter is a musical fairy tale built around themes of prejudice, discrimination, animosity and fear of the unknown. Like most towns of age, Spindlewood has its traditions. But no practice, custom or old wives’ warning is so firmly adhered to as ‘The Turning of the Key’.
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Join the Syd Lawrence Orchestra as they mark the centenary of the RAF Benevolent Fund and Chris Dean as he directs the magnificent men and women of the Orchestra in tribute to members of the RAF, both past and present.
In addition to leading the phenomenal 18-piece orchestra, Chris is also featured on the trombone and vocals, and is joined by fellow singer Sarah Eyden. Get set for a fantastic evening which includes music such as Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer, The Dam Busters Theme as well as a huge selection of Big Band favourites and thematic film clips.
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Join the UK’s leading chamber orchestra, London Concertante, for an evening of wonderful Viennese music on 28 December featuring the works by the “King of Waltzes”, Johan Strauss II including the Blue Danube Waltz.
The fantastic programme also includes Tchaikovsky’s perennial favourite, The Nutcracker Suite, Schubert’s delightful Rondo for Violin and Strings a whole host of wonderful works.
Tickets are from £19 and can be purchased here.
LIVE ON MARS sold out in 2017 and returns again to continue its amazing journey celebrating the very best of the iconic pop hero, David Bowie who wowed fans with his music, artistry, style and showmanship.
On stage at Cadogan Hall on 23 and 24 October, enjoy shows influenced by Bowie’s legendary concert performances. LIVE ON MARS fuses sound and vision to portray the essence of Bowie, his alter egos and creative muses,with a stunning light show ands state of the art visuals and animation.
Electrifying vocals by lifelong fan Alex Thomas and a hand-picked world-class band, and covering the Bowie back-catalogue from Space Oddity to Let’s Dance and everything in between, this really is the definitive show that all Bowie-enthusiasts have been waiting for.
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Join The Telegraph’s Judith Woods as she steps on stage at the Cadogan Hall with best-selling novelist, television personality and one of the UK’s top gardening experts, Alan Titchmarsh on 19 September.
Celebrate the launch of Alan’s latest novel – The Scarlet Nightingale – a thrilling story of love, danger and sacrifice that you will get to take home with you.
Take part in a Q&A, enjoy a complimentary welcome drink and meet Alan after his on-stage interview with Judith.
Tickets cost £35. Book yours here.
A concert forming part of the first ever European tour by Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Jazz Orchestra musicians aged between 16-19. They will showcase the fantastic American music for big band from Basie and Ellington to today’s Jazz greats and include special guest singer Dianne Reeves. Enjoy some of the Jazz classics from five-time Grammy winner Dianne Reeves, whose vocal power and big personality has been compared to the likes of Sarah Vaughn and Ella Fitzgerald.
Celebrate jazz and incredible talent, both established and developing at this wonderful concert. Tickets and further information available here.
In celebration of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Cadogan Hall have a wonderful evening of choral and orchestral music planned including the new Royal Fanfare.
Enjoy an exciting programme of British choral and orchestral music from Eltham College Choir and the London Festival Sinfonia, with Paul Showell conducting.
Opening the concert is Michael Lawson’s powerful orchestral showpiece ‘Symphonic Movements’ followed by one of John Rutter’s masterworks, the brilliant and colourful ‘Magnificat’, performed using English text. The second half highlights shorter and much loved choral pieces by Rutter and Bob Chilcott. Continuing the theme of showcasing living British composers, Clive Malabar’s magnificent orchestral ‘Celebration’ introduces the second half and the world premier of Lawson’s new symphonic suite, ‘The Seasons’, concludes the concert.
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Keith Nichols, one of the UK’s leading vintage jazz musicians, takes us back to the days of London’s exclusive clubs and great hotels and the wonderful music that the BBC broadcast across the nation.
It was the age of the bandleader as superstar – Carroll Gibbons and Fred Elizalde at the Savoy, Sydney Lipton at Grosvenor House, Lew Stone at the Monseigneur, Jack Jackson at the Dorchester, Henry Hall on the BBC and Ambrose at the Mayfair.
This bedazzling show will feature music from 1920s an 30s, songs including ‘You’re the top’ by Jack Hyltons and Billy Cotton’s ‘Somebody stole my gal’ and the incredible music ensemble will wow you, augmented by the strings from the BBC concert orchestra.
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