What’s on in London for February 2018

Sightseeing

Loads of, Shows, Exibitions. Music, and one off special events, all taking place this month in and around London. Take a look at our top ten below to see what appeals to you. If you require tickets for any of the shows that we have mentioned, and are having trouble purchasing them, then try contacting Harmony Cars, who will be able to help with both tickets and chauffeur car services. They can be contacted on 07976374498 or email: info@harmony-airport-transfers.com

No 1. 6th February till 11th March 2018 “All or Nothing – The Mod Musical” at the Arts Theatre.

Hear the songs of the Small Faces brought to the stage in All or Nothing – The Mod Musical. The show follows the career of the London band whose hits include Itchycoo Park and Tin Soldier.

No 2. 8th February till 17 March 2018 “Girls & Boys” at the Royal Court Theatre.

Grab the opportunity to see Hollywood star Carey Mulligan as she returns to the Royal Court Theatre in Girls & Boys. This new play follows a relationship from its first moments to the reality of everyday life years later.

No. 3. 9th February to 5th May 2018 “Frozen” at Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Three strangers attempt to make sense of an unimaginable horror – the disappearance of a young girl en route to her grandmother’s house – in Bryony Lavery’s award-winning psychological thriller. Jonathan Munby directs Suranne Jones, Jason Watkins and Nina Sosanya. Tickets: £15 to £125

No.4. 10th February 2018 “Magic Soul” at London Palladium.

Join Magic Radio at the iconic London Palladium for a special concert as they celebrate the greatest soul music of all time.

Magic Soul will be hosted by award winning Magic Radio presenter Angie Greaves & Brit Award winner and multiple MOBO winner Lemar, with performances from soul and R&B legend Alexander O’Neal, multi-million selling singer song-writer Heather Small, soul artist Mica Paris, Shola Ama, Andrew Roachford, Kenny Thomas and Shaun Escoffrey.

Magic Soul – in partnership with and featuring the cast of Dreamgirls – will be a night to remember with performances of the greatest soul songs of all time. Tickets: £40 to £62.

No.5. 12th February till 14th April “Fanny & Alexander” at The Old Vic.

See the London stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s Oscar Award-winning film, Fanny & Alexander. Downton Abbey’s Penelope Wilton stars in the story of a brother and sister whose lives completely change following the death of their father.

No.6. 14th February 2018 “A-Ha” at The O2.

To coincide with the release of a new album and accompanying concert film in November 2017, A-Ha will only be performing this one UK gig. Tickets: £42.75 to £97.75.

No. 7. 15th to 18th February 2018 “The London Classic Car Show” at ExCeL London.

See and hear your favourite cars in action at The Grand Avenue, a quarter-mile-long roadway running through the centre of the venue. Discover the world’s best classic car manufacturers, clubs, collectors and dealers, browse their stands for car products and memorabilia, as well as displays of the most prestigious vintage cars. And listen to guest speakers as they share their passion for and expertise on classic cars.

No.8. 16th till 25th February 2018 “Shen Yun” at the Dominion Theatre.

Journey through 5,000 years of Chinese culture with Shen Yun. Using classical Chinese dance, music and stage effects, the show shares stories of ancient China.

No. 9. 18th February 2018 “Chinese New Year 2018” in and around Trafalgar Square.

The central London festivities take place across the West End, from Shaftesbury Avenue in the north down to Trafalgar Square.

There are lively activities and foodie treats in Chinatown; Leicester Square offers family-friendly entertainment; and while Trafalgar Square hosts the main stage performances, more stages can be found on Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road. Watch colourful floats and more than 30 teams take part in the vibrant Chinese New Year parade, which kicks off at 10am with a dragon and lion dance in Charing Cross Road, before snaking its way through Chinatown.

Walk down to Trafalgar Square from 12pm for the main stage performances, featuring traditional Chinese dance and music shows, contemporary hip-hop acts and an exciting line-up of artists from China.

Get a taste of the Far East at one of the two food zones: tuck into street food in Trafalgar Square, or sit down for a traditional Chinese New Year menu and special festive treats in a Chinatown restaurant.

Take the kids to the Leicester Square family zone for cultural activities and family-friendly performances, including calligraphy, Chinese music, dressing up in traditional outfits and more.

See thrilling martial art performances, including tai chi chuan and traditional flag display, in the Shaftesbury Avenue martial arts and culture zone.

Spot up-and-coming British-Chinese artists on the New Talent stage, hosted by Spectrum Chinese radio, in the Charing Cross Road community zone.

Enjoy more cultural activities with lion dances and craft stalls in Chinatown.

Don’t miss the pyrotechnic display which lights up Trafalgar Square to mark the end of the festivities.

No.10. 23rd to 25th February 2018 “London Bike Show 2018” at ExCel, Royal Victoria Dock.

This year’s Show, which will be opened by Britain’s Greatest Olympian and Science in Sport ambassador, Sir Chris Hoy, will again be bringing a vast array of features, special guests and the latest gear from leading cycling brands to appeal to road, mountain bike, urban and family cyclists. Suitable for all ages & abilities, and all disciplines, even if that’s simply a family ride at the weekend – you’ll find plenty to interest you and have a great day at the Show! Ticket prices: £16 per adult.

 

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