Events
Join Wac Arts this September as we kick off our 40th birthday celebrations!
Neighbourhood
Date
23 Sep 2018
Event time
11am - 4pm
Award-winning Trio Chausson make their Conway Hall début with a programme featuring Ravel, Korngold and more. Free for those aged 8-25 courtesy of CAVATINA.
Neighbourhood
Date
23 Sep 2018
Event time
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Cost
£12.00
Standard Ticket (on the day)
£10.00
Advance Ticket (online)
£0.00
Concessions (for those aged up to 25)
Anthony Hett brings you a workshop exploring memories and how they change.
Neighbourhood
Date
23 Sep 2018
Event time
2-4pm
Great value and top quality stand-up comedy every Monday night in Camden Town, featuring the best acts from the UK and international circuit for just £5 hosted by resident MC Ben Van der Velde.

This week's line-up: Simon Brodkin, Micky Overman, Helen Bauer and Travis Jay
Neighbourhood
Date
24 Sep 2018
Event time
8pm - 10:30pm
Cost
£5.00
Advance Ticket
£7.00
On the Door
Solasta’s debut album, “A Cure For The Curious” is a bold reimagining of Celtic sounds, and a meeting point between virtuosity and curiosity.
Neighbourhood
Date
24 Sep 2018
Event time
7pm- 10:30pm
Cost
£10.00
Advance
The Underworld presents:

Julien-K (feat. members of ORGY and Dead By Sunrise)
plus support
Neighbourhood
Date
25 Sep 2018
Event time
7 pm - 11 pm
Cost
£15.00
Standard
Commencing with the most celebrated works of the Renaissance and concluding with the transcendent power of the Baroque, this six-week course provides an introduction to the fascinating history of art in Western Europe.
Neighbourhood
Date
25 Sep 2018 - 6 Nov 2018
Event time
10.30am - 12.45pm
Cost
£525.00
Book in advance
Judith Chernaik will talk about her new biography on Schumann, which contains previously unpublished material about his scandalous life. The talk will be illustrated with live music from the Apollo Chamber Ensemble. Books available for signing, and refreshements will also be available.
Neighbourhood
Date
25 Sep 2018
Event time
7.30-9.00pm
Cost
£10.00
single
Brett Kahr in conversation with Gabrielle Rifkind upon the release of her latest book: “The Psychology of Political Extremism: What would Sigmund Freud have thought about Islamic State?”
Neighbourhood
Date
26 Sep 2018
Event time
7pm - 9pm
Cost
£11.00
Full Price
£9.00
Concession
£9.00
Friend of the Freud Museum
This event is presented in partnership with Clean Break
A programme of short suffrage plays associated with Camden, presented as staged readings by Members of Clean Break theatre company, performers from Regent's University London, and other actors.
Date
26 Sep 2018
Event time
19:00 - 21:30