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However, that very night, the spirit world decided to pay him a visit, and from that Christmas on, Scrooge would never be the same.

An absolute treat for the festive season: be among the first audiences to get a peek behind the curtains of the development process and discover new work by talented writers and directors.

The enormous forces of Philharmonia Orchestra and Philharmonia Voices join together to perform the film's extraordinary soundtrack, conducted by André de Ridder, as live accompaniment to a screening in Royal Festival Hall.

Long recognised as one of the greatest science fiction films of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey is celebrated for its technological realism, its innovative Oscar-winning special effects and a bold use of music.

Featuring the iconic songs We’re In The Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, Dames, I Only Have Eyes For You and 42nd Street.

Mark Bramble, co-author of the book for the original Broadway and West End productions of 42nd Street and director of the 2001 Tony Award� winning revival of 42nd Street, returns to direct the new West End production.

Double bill with Dido and Aeneas Give her a cheeky smile, let her know you're interested - You need to catch her eye, you know flirtatious stuff? The tour will showcase Adam's impressive back catalogue of material including hit singles, B-Sides and personal favourites.

The members gather to drink and variously, escape, dream, seek, bitch, mock and destroy in this fascinating evocation of Bohemian life in London. Downstairs A great love story, the sea nymph Galatea's passion for her shepherd Acis turns from joy of the opening pastoral to dark despair as Acis is slain by Polyphemus.

A Chinese musician applies for a scholarship at the ultra-prestigious Eliot University. Acis and Galatea, with libretto by John Gay, was first performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (the name of the first theatre on the Royal Opera House site), in 1736.

You don't wanna be too soft - Pretend they're the only one - Because then they'll feel special. Profoundly Blue is a concert celebrating the music of Louisiana born clarinettist, Edmond Hall.

The show features leading UK clarinet star Adrian Cox along with his fine band, featuring Joe Webb (piano), Simon Read (double bass) and Gethin Jones (drums).

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