Late night events, Books

22 events

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Dive!

Eclectic underground queer party, blending spoken word, live music and comedy with a kaleidoscopic soundtrack and a filthy disco to finish.

Henry's Cellar Bar, Edinburgh

Sun 27 Apr

£7 (£5) / 0131 629 4101

Promising music, drag, live art, performance and dancing until the drag queen is dead! Hosted by singer, video/live artist, compere and general weirdo Miss Annabel Sings, plus 'sing-and-fling' show grrrl Cherryfox and performance and party fluffing from the Dive Performance Cartel: Michelle Ma Belle, Mistress Chipz, Shapeshifter and the flawless BANANAWOMAN! Punk-fuelled soundtrack and disco, house and electronica from the Dive resident DJs.

  • 21:00 – 03:00

Sun 25 May

£7 (£5) / 0131 629 4101

As the embers of Spring start to fade, let us lead you into the fiery depths of Hell with the usual devilishly-eclectic, anything-goes queer party – but with no school in the morning, hell yes!

With your infernal host: singer, video/live artist, compere and general weirdo Miss Annabel Sings.

Sinful performance and party fluffing from Dive resident 'sing-and-fling' show grrrl Cherryfox and the Dive Performance Cartel: Michelle Ma Belle, Mistress Chipz and Shapeshifter.

Disco inferno, hot house and underworld electronica until 3am.

  • 21:00 – 03:00

An Icy Man

  • Written by: Matthew Bellwood

An intimate storytelling experience in which audiences gather around a miniature model of a snowbound village, as on a winter's night, a woman goes out walking in the snow and encounters a stranger in a frozen field. The next morning she wakes up and finds that everything has changed.

Harrogate Theatre

Thu 5 Jun

Harrogate Studio Theatre

£8.50 / 01423 502116

  • 21:00

Bar 1:22, Huddersfield

Tue 29 Apr

Phone for prices / 01484 480252

  • 21:00

Biomarkers 2014

Selectbio, working together with Andreas Jeromin is pleased to announce their collaboration - Biomarkers in CNS Drug Discovery and Development: From Discovery to Clinical Diagnostics.

Murray Edwards College, Cambridge

Tue 8 Jul

£1199 standard industry; £699 standard academic; £95 NUS

  • 00:00 – 18:00 (Wednesday morning)

Wed 9 Jul

£1199 standard industry; £699 standard academic; £95 NUS

  • 00:00 – 18:00 (Thursday morning)

European Theatre: Then & Now: Panel Discussion

A panel discussion exploring how European theatre has changed over the past 100 years and the problems it faces currently in light of recent tensions.

Nottingham Playhouse

Fri 23 May

Neville Studio

Free / 0115 941 9419

  • 21:00
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Free Range & Sounds New Poetry: Arlet & Leon String Quartet & Harriet Tarlo

Arlet draw influences from traditional and contemporary British folk music. The Leon String Quartet currently lead a busy and diverse musical life with performances across the South East. Harriet Tarlo completes the evening with poetry readings.

Mrs Jones' Kitchen, Canterbury

Wed 7 May

Free

  • 21:30 – 23:30

Free Range & Sounds New Poetry: What is Free Range? & Jeff Hilson

Poet Juha Virtanen and musician Sam Bailey have been commissioned to create a performance based on audience feedback and responses to the past 77 Free Range events alongside live music and poetry from Jeff Hilson.

Mrs Jones' Kitchen, Canterbury

Thu 8 May

Free

  • 21:30 – 23:30

Harriet Tarlo

Sounds New Poetry Festival 2014.

Mrs Jones' Kitchen, Canterbury

Wed 7 May

Free

  • 21:00

If Destroyed Still True

Storytelling show about youth, friendship and growing up, by Molly Naylor and Iain Ross.

Battersea Arts Centre, London SW11

Thu 24 Jul

£12 (£9) / 020 7223 2223

Fri 25 Jul

£12 (£9) / 020 7223 2223

Languages And The First World War: Conference

Speakers talk about the influence the conflict had on individual languages, how the profession of interpretation developed and how soldiers used parables and poetry in letters home.

The British Library, London NW1

Fri 20 Jun

Conference Centre

£40 inc meal & refreshments (£28 inc meal & refreshments; £32 inc meal & refreshments) / 0843 208 1144

  • 21:00 – 17:30
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Love and Other Disasters

Romantic readings from fave literary works.

Gladstone's Library, Hawarden

Fri 16 May

£5 / 01244 532350

  • 22:00

M2M World Congress 2014

M2M World Congress 2014 is the world's leading m2m conference focusing on m2m communications.

Grand Connaught Rooms, London WC2B

Thu 24 Apr

£995; £895–£1400 adv / 020 7405 7811

  • 21:00 – 18:00

Fri 25 Apr

£995; £895–£1400 adv / 020 7405 7811

  • 21:00 – 18:00

Medieval And Renaissance Music Conference 2014

An exciting programme of events running alongside the paper sessions. One day of the conference will be taking place in Coventry (transport provided). The magnificent Medieval Guildhall, will provide the venue for our paper sessions, a wine reception, concert by the Binchois Consort and the conference dinner. Delegates…

University Of Birmingham

Thu 3 Jul

Phone for prices

  • 00:00 – 23:59 (Friday morning)

Fri 4 Jul

Phone for prices

  • 00:00 – 23:59 (Saturday morning)

Sat 5 Jul

Phone for prices

  • 00:00 – 23:59 (Sunday morning)

Sun 6 Jul

Phone for prices

  • 00:00 – 23:59 (Monday morning)

Nigel Simeone: Talk

The musicologist and writer introduces the late night performance of Olivier Messiaen's Quartet For The End Of Time.

Wigmore Hall, London W1U

Fri 11 Jul

£3 / 020 7935 2141

  • 21:15

Paul Richards: Getting Lost In My Hometown

Anecdotal humour from the Edinburgh Fringe veteran as he tells the story about how moving back to his old town left him feeling bewildered.

Etcetera Theatre, London NW1

Mon 7 Jul

£7.50 / 020 7482 4857

  • 21:30
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PBFA London International Book Fair

Over 100 book dealers selling second-hand & antiquarian books.

ILEC Conference Centre, London SW6

Sat 24 May

£2 / 020 7666 8470

  • 22:00 – 16:00

The Shallow Depths: A Comedy Poetry Cabaret

Ruth E Dixon presents a spoken-word cabaret with an original musical score.

Three And Ten, Brighton

Sat 24 May

£8.50 (£7) / 07786 984900

  • 22:00

Sun 25 May

£8.50 (£7) / 07786 984900

  • 22:00

Mon 26 May

£8.50 (£7) / 07786 984900

  • 22:00

The Shroud

Two-man miniature epic, drawing on Hindu myth, memories and personal letters; an inventive and beautiful meditation on death, ritual, fathers and sons.

Norwich Arts Centre

Sat 17 May

£5 / 01603 660352

  • 22:30 – 02:00

Old Fire Station, Oxford

Fri 30 May

£7; £6 disabled ( £5; £6; Children £6 under 18s) / 01865 263980

  • 21:45

Sat 31 May

£7; £6 disabled ( £5; £6; Children £6 under 18s) / 01865 263980

  • 21:45

Sunday Sermon: Mary Anne Hobbs On Love & Loyalty: Talk

The radio presenter talks about her life, her relationship with music and what family means to her.

Conway Hall, London WC1R

Sun 22 Jun

£15 / 020 7242 8032

  • 23:15

Vincent Moscato One Man Chaud: Saison 2: Talk

Stories and anecdotes from the French former rugby player and boxer.

Leicester Square Theatre, London WC2H

Thu 15 May

Main House

£28 / 0844 873 3433

  • 21:30

Weekly Music Session

Traditional Irish music, song, dance and storytelling from local performers.

Dun Uladh Cultural Heritage Centre, Omagh

Sat 26 Apr

Phone for prices

  • 21:30 – 00:30

Sat 3 May

Phone for prices

  • 21:30 – 00:30

Sat 10 May

Phone for prices

  • 21:30 – 00:30
…and 2 more dates until 24 May