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There are 10 events at this location
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The Arab Quarterly
An informal evening of music and dance as The Arab Quarter band perform live with performances from belly dancers.
Join Index on Censorship for a candlelit evening of songs censored and silenced, played live by award-winning Norwegian musician Moddi. Set in the beautifully restored Victorian Hoxton Hall, this one-night only celebration will feature banned songs from around the world, from artists including Pussy Riot and Kate Bush.
The Fourth Choir
The latest concert from London's newest LGBT+ chamber choir.
Jazz Verse Jukebox
Mix of jazz, poetry and spoken word.
Master of the Macabre
Magician Benedict Barber takes the audience on a dark autobiographical journey – from his introduction to magic at the age of just five through the trickery he employed at school to alarm his fellow pupils and terrorise his teachers to a shocking experience as a young adult that has shaped his life both on and off the…
Folk singer-songwriter from New Zealand.
A theatrical celebration of oddities.
Red Riding Hood
This Christmas join the Hood family at their Pie & Mash shop for this brand new traditional pantomime based on the classic fairytale and created for Hoxton Hall. Meet Red Riding Hood, her best friend Tommy Tucker, Mother Hood and not forgetting the biggest, baddest wolf in town. As Red sets off on an adventure to…
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Mon 19 Dec
Play set in the 1930s when King Herod is celebrating his birthday with a sumptuous banquet.
SALOME, SALOME, DANCE FOR ME! Decadence, beauty, lust, envy, desire. The words of a prophet, a mother's envy, a stepfather's desire, a spoilt young girl's demand, and a dance that turns the moon red. Theatre Lab's Salome is a spellbinding visual spectacle set in the 1930s where King Herod celebrates his birthday with a…