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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 29TH JUNE 2013

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From May 23, Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed 2.30pm, Sat 3pm (press night May 29, 7pm), ends Jun 29
 
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May 23-28 previews £22, May 29-31, Jun 1-29 £22, £29, concs £15, £18
 

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RaceClarke Peters (best known for his role as Detective Lester Freamon in hit US TV series The Wire) makes his Hampstead Theatre debut in Race, a detective story written by Pulitzer Prize winning author David Mamet. Directed by Olivier award winner Terry Johnson, who returns to the north London theatre following the sell-out hit Old Money last season, Race tells the story of two lawyers, one black and one white, who must uncover the truth surrounding a rape case, in which the accused is white and the accuser is black. When David Mamet's drama premiered on Broadway in December 2009, directed by its author, the New York Times noted the 'tension of its subject' and 'corkscrew plot twists' while the LA Times described it as "one of the most anticipated productions on Broadway this year". Though best known for his role in The Wire, Clarke Peters is a seasoned theatre actor who wrote and starred in the musical Five Guys Named Moe in 1990.

 

About Hampstead Theatre

The Hampstead Theatre has existed in various forms since 1959, when it opened in a Scout Hall and its opening season in 1959 included two new plays by Harold Pinter, The Room and The Dumb Waiter. In 1962 the company moved to a portacabin in Swiss Cottage where it remained for nearly 40 years. More about Hampstead Theatre

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London 2013: Theatre Highlights

A deliciously diverse year on the stage sees a cluster of Hollywood A-Listers flock to London's Theatreland, writes Rachel HalliburtonThe arrival of...

 
 
London 2013: Major Art Exhibitions

From Lichtenstein to Lowry and Manet to Man Ray, London's galleries are putting on a glorious palette of exhibitions in 2013, writes...

 
 
December in London 2012

London's landmark year draws to a close with a host of festive happenings including the Great Christmas Pudding Race, Santa Run and the Peter...

 
 
December in London 2012

London's landmark year draws to a close with a host of festive happenings including the Great Christmas Pudding Race, Santa Run and the Peter...

 
 
October in London 2012

October brings the annual Frieze Art Fair to town. Joan Rivers takes the stage at the Royal Albert Hall where Prince Charles attends the...

 
 
July events in London 2012

July may culminate with the eagerly anticipated London Olympics but there's so much on in town before the official opening ceremony on 27th July:...

 
 
June events in London 2012

June in London is... strawberries and cream in SW19, the Open Gardens weekend, Polo in the Park and Royal Ascot. And in 2012 the...

 
 
May in London 2012

The Chelsea Flower Show and the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park get London's summer season in full swing in a month which begins...

 
 
April in London 2012

The Queen celebrates her birthday with the annual Gun Salutes in Hyde Park - though the official celebrations don't take place until June. Other things...

 
 
March in London 2012

With winter on the way out, March's Ideal Home Show and the Country Living Fair are great occasions for a spring clean. Elsewhere, the Affordable...

 
 
February in London 2012

It's Valentine's Day on the 14th February - but there's plenty more going on this month besides, from the high octane drama of Six Nations...

 
 
February in London 2012

It's Valentine's Day on the 14th February - but there's plenty more going on this month besides, from the high octane drama of Six Nations...

 
 
January in London 2012

New Year in London starts with a colourful parade with marching bands and open top buses making their way through the city streets. It's a...

 
 
London 2013 | The Annual

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TOWN | The Annual

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Jubilee Weekend

Over 1,000 boats assemble for the Thames Jubilee Pageant, a highlight of the June weekend Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark the Queen's 60 years...

 
 
London Markets

Although buying the stuff is going to cost you hard cash, wandering around one of London's colourful markets is free and fun. Browsing stalls, taking...

 
 
Day 1: Saturday 28th July

The men's cycling road race is the first medal event of the Games and can be enjoyed by everyone for free alongside the 250km route....

 
 
Diamond Jubilee Events

In 2012 The Queen celebrates 60 years since she came to the throne and London is marking her Diamond Jubilee with a special programme...

 
 
What's on in London during the Games

If you'd rather mooch around an art gallery than watch the sweat and tears, don't fret. There's a huge amount going on in London...

 
 
Venues Overview

Events for the London 2012 Summer Games will take place in the Olympic Park in Stratford, East London; in the River Zone around Greenwich;...

 
 
Day 11: Sunday 9th Sept

The highlight of the final day of the Paralympics comes with the four marathon events that take place through the streets of London ahead...

 
 
Day 10: Saturday 8th Sept

Football 5-a-side, men's Sitting Volleyball and men's Wheelchair Basketball are the pick of the gold-medal matches on Day Ten, which features final day of Athletics...

 
 
Day 8: Thursday 6th Sept

Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius and Britain's stand-out wheelchair racer Dave Weir are both in action on a packed day of medal events. ...

 
 
Day 7: Wed 5th Sept

Iran powerlifter Siamand Rahman promises to pull in the crowds while a full day at the Aquatics Centre will no doubt see records tumble –...

 
 
Day 5: Monday 3rd Sept

The sailing events at Weymouth and Portland hit their halfway point while British hope Lee Pearson should star in the Equestrian events at Greenwich...

 
 
Day 3: Saturday 1st Sept

Team GB's golden girl Ellie Simmonds makes her first appearance in the Aquatics Centre while the first 100m and 200m titles are raced in...

 
 
Paralympic Swimming

600 Paralympic swimming stars will take to the pool at the Aquatics Centre in a bid for victory this summer, in the second biggest...

 
 
Paralympic Cycling - Track

Head to the new state-of-the-art Velodrome in the Olympic Park, the scene of much iconic British triumph during the Olympic Games, for all the...

 
 
Questions and Answers

Are there any tickets left? Why are there two football events? What is Murderball? Why are there 15 different 100m finals? Can wheelchair racers complete...

 
 
Paralympic Cycling - Road

The Paralympic Road Cycling programme takes place at former Formula One Grand Prix ground Brands Hatch in Kent and is the third largest sport...

 
 
Paralympic Wheelchair Rugby

Wheelchair Rugby used to be called 'Murderball' and it includes elements of Handball, Basketball and Ice Hockey. Eight competing Paralympic teams will battle it...

 
 
Paralympic Sailing

Head down to Dorset for six days of action on the open water as 80 athletes battle the elements at Weymouth and Portland's natural...

 
 
Paralympic Rowing

48 men and 48 women will take to the water at picturesque Eton Dorney Lake this summer as rowing makes its second appearance on...

 
 
London Paralympics FAQs

Are there any tickets left? Why are there two football events? What is Murderball? Why are there 15 different 100m finals? Can wheelchair racers complete...

 
 
London Paralympic Sports

The Paralympic programme consists of twenty sporting disciplines, including mainstream sports such as athletics and cycling as well as little-known events such as boccia...

 
 
What's on in London during the Paralympics

With tickets for the Paralympics selling out for the first time in its 52-year history, London is gearing up for a second wave of...

 
 
Brands Hatch

A short journey outside of London lies Brands Hatch, a former Formula One circuit that will play host to the Paralympic Road Cycling event....

 
 
The Mall & Central London

The Mall and streets of London will become a venue in itself as the Paralympic Marathon route takes to the streets of the city....

 
 
London Paralympics Map

The London 2012 Paralympics will be centred upon the Olympic Park in Stratford but will also take part in venues in and around London...

 
 
Olympic National Hospitality Houses

A guide to all the confirmed National Hospitality Houses set up by nations across the capital during the London Olympics. ...

 
 
Day 11: Tues 7th August

It's a massive day in the Velodrome as Sir Chris Hoy looks to further build on his cycling immortality with a possible sixth Olympic...

 
 
Day 13: Thurs 9th August

It's time for Britain's first qualifying athlete to take to the water as Keri-Anne Payne competes in the 10km swimming event in Hyde Park as...

 
 
Day 6: Thurs 2nd August

The Velodrome gets its first taste of Olympic action with the cycling team sprint events as Sir Chris Hoy bids to build on Bradley...

 
 
Day 5: Weds 1st August

A big day for rowing sees three medal events before lunch while Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins goes for gold in the men's cycling...

 
 
Olympic Facts & Figures

Put on your Olympic thinking caps and pay attention – here are a few things you may not have known about London 2012....

 
 
Day 9: Sunday 5th August

Usain Bolt faces stiff competition from fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake in the race to be crowned the fastest man on Earth....

 
 
The Mall in Pictures

The elegant runway of Buckingham Palace is no stranger to big events, hosting the finale of the annual London Marathon every April, not to...

 
 
Out of London Venues

There are a handful of venues just outside London while the sailing competitions take place on the south coast and the football preliminaries in stadia...

 
 
Central London Zone

London could never have hosted the Olympic Games without showcasing the historic sites and landmarks of its spectacular city centre. The London 2012 Central...

 
 
London Olympics for Free

Missed out on London 2012 tickets? Don't worry - you can still watch quite a few Olympic events in and around London for free...

 
 
Day 2: Sunday 29th July

An Olympic debut for Zara Phillips while Britain's queen of the pool Rebecca Adlington defends her 400m freestyle title. ...

 
 
Weymouth and Portland in Pictures

The first London 2012 Games venue to be finished, Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour will host the Olympic and Paralympic Sailing competitions. ...

 
 
Wembley Stadium & Arena In Pictures

North West London features two venues that will play host to three sporting events during London 2012. The final of both the men's and...

 
 
Hyde Park In Pictures

When the sun's out there are fewer places in London as scenic and special as Hyde Park, which hosts the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming...

 
 
Olympic Park Walk

Get in the mood for London 2012 with a brisk walk from Limehouse Basin to the Olympic Park in Stratford, taking in Limehouse Cut canal,...

 
 
London's Olympic Destiny

The biggest sporting show on earth comes to London for a record third time in history – and the wait is almost over, writes Felix...

 
 
London's Olympic History

This is not the first time the Olympics have been staged in London – in fact, come July 2012, London will become the first city...

 
 
Free Olympics Events

Just because you didn't get tickets to the Olympics doesn't mean you won't get to see any of the live sporting action. Cheer on...

 
 
Thames Cable Car

Sixty-metre-high Emirates AirLine will provide crossings across the river every 30 seconds. ...

 
 
Olympic Venues in London

Events for the London 2012 Summer Games will take place in the Olympic Park in Stratford, East London; in the River Zone around Greenwich;...

 
 
Sites Olympiques de Londres

Les Jeux Olympiques de Londres se différencient de toutes les Olympiades qui ont eu lieu jusqu'à présent par leur répartition dans toute la ville.Chaque...

 
 
Free London Galleries

Nearly all of London's major public galleries are completely free so you know you're not compromising on quality by choosing the cheaper option. Lots...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2011

The most exciting new hotel to launch in 2011 was undoubtedly the reopening of what used to be the Midland Grand Hotel while US...

 
 
London 2012 News

Keep abreast of all the latest exciting happenings in the frantic build-up to the Olympics and Paralympics this summer with our regularly updated news...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2010

A brand new Park Plaza opened on Westminster Bridge Road at the beginning of 2010, a year which saw several high profile new hotels...

 
 
The Diamond Jubilee in Pictures

It was a Diamond Jubilee weekend to remember. A flotilla of 1,000 boats - the biggest seen on the Thames in centuries - a...

 
 
Thames Jubilee Pageant

On Sunday 3rd June 2012 The Queen will travel in a flotilla of up to one thousand boats from the UK, the Commonwealth and...

 
 
Outdoor Eating & Drinking

Forget soggy salads and warm tap water, summer in London town is a time to indulge in exotic dishes, sizzling barbeques, chilled wines and ice-cold...

 
 
Romantic Restaurants

Ciao Bella 86-90 Lamb's Conduit St, Bloomsbury, WC1N 3LZ This authentic Italian restaurant in Bloomsbury is a gem and should be in everyone's address book. Unfailingly lively,...

 
 
Petal Power

Wild at Heart 54 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP There's a definite signature style to Wild at Heart's adorable hand-tied bouquets, ideal for sending to office blocks around...

 
 
Single Scene

F*** Valentine - Just Party Kanaloa, EC4A 3BQ 14th February 2012 Love it or loathe it Valentine's Day is just around the corner, but for those of you...

 
 
London for Lovers

Petersham Nurseries Cafe and Teahouse Off Petersham Road, Petersham, Richmond, TW10 7AG Weather pending, this has all the makings for an ideal Valentine's treat and a memorable...

 
 
London Calendar 2015

Find out the best London 2015 events with our comprehensive guide to the top entertainment in the city throughout the year. From January through to December, 2015 is packed with unmissable events - so read on to get the best out of London town.

 
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    Imaginary Friends - Festival Of The Unconscience Screenprinting Workshop
    London > Events > Exhibitions  Dates: Saturday 29th August 2015 at 12noon, 1pm, 2.45pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm
    Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, NW3 | 8 minutes from Race
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    Festival Of The Unconscious: The Unconscious Revisited
    London > Events > Exhibitions  Dates: 24th June to 4th October 2015 - 12noon-5pm
    Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, NW3 | 8 minutes from Race
    Animations, performances, installations, writings, sound and objects responding to Freud's seminal 1915 paper The Unconscious, by artists, designers, writers and performers including Julian Rothenstein, Melanie Manchot, ...More
     
     
     
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    Hannah Collins
    London > Events > Exhibitions  Dates: 4th July to 13th September 2015 - Various Times
    Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road, NW3 | 13 minutes from Race
    Large-scale, unframed photographic prints spanning the British artist's career, including most recent project The Fertile Forest, which explores the plants used by Amazonian tribes....More
     
     
     
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    London > Entertainment > Theatres
    Eton Avenue, Primrose Hill, London NW3 | Same location as Race
    The Hampstead Theatre has existed in various forms since 1959, when it opened in a Scout Hall and its opening season in 1959 included two new ... More
     
     
     
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    JW3
    London > Entertainment > Arts Centres
    Finchley Road, NW3 | 14 minutes from Race
    JW3 is a Jewish arts, culture and community centre with a kosher restaurant, cafe and bar overlooking Finchley Road in northwest London. Opened in 2013, and ... More
     
     
     
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    Everyman Hampstead
    London > Entertainment > Cinemas
    5 Holly Bush Vale, Hampstead Village, NW3 | 17 minutes from Race
    Bang in the middle of Hampstead Village, the Everyman Cinema Club boasts recommendations from celebrities as diverse as Ewan McGregor, Jools Oliver, Gianluca Vialli and Giles ... More
     
     
     
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    Freud Museum
    London > Attractions > Museums
    20 Maresfield Gardens, NW3 | 8 minutes from Race
    Sigmund Freud's family home in Hampstead has been turned into a fascinating museum which features the psychoanalytic couch on which Freud's patients would recline while being treated ... More
     
     
     
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    Primrose Hill
    London > Attractions > Parks and Gardens
    Primrose Hill Road, Primrose Hill, London NW3 | 13 minutes from Race
    This small, grassy, hilly park, boasting fantastic views over London, has become increasingly popular with the young, the trendy and the famous – particularly from the ... More
     
     
     
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    Keats House
    London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
    10 Keats Grove, NW3 | 15 minutes from Race
    John Keats spent two years from 1818 to 1820 at Keats House, formerly known as Wentworth Place and now named after the Romantic poet. Reopened on ... More
     
     
     
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    8-10 Winchester Road, NW3 | 1 minute from Race
    After four years of research husband and wife team Rachel and Jason Heller set up Huggle with parents in mind - with two kids themselves, they ... More
     
     
     
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    Pamela Shiffer
    London > Shopping > Ladies Fashion
    75 Regents Park Road, Primrose Hill, London NW1 | 13 minutes from Race
    This posh little boutique is located in Primrose Hill and is frequented by the good-looking, incredibly fashionable and very well-heeled sort who seem to hang out ... More
     
     
     
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    Primrose Hill Books
    London > Shopping > Books
    134 Regent's Park Road, Primrose Hill, London NW1 | 13 minutes from Race
    This literary gem stocks lots of really quirky publications as well as the normal run of books. Everything about Primrose Hill Books encourages you to browse. ... More
     
     
     
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    25 Winchester Road, NW3 | 1 minute from Race
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    Del Aziz, Swiss Cottage
    London > Restaurants > Mediterranean restaurants
    Adelaide Road, NW3 | 3 minutes from Race
    Del'Aziz is a delicious all-round Mediterranean delicatessen and brasserie with several outlets in London. Whether you're after cakes and pastries, a healthy breakfast, a full-on cooked ... More
     
     
     
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    Eriki
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    4-6 Northways Parade, Finchley Road, NW3 | 3 minutes from Race
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    118 Marylebone Lane, Marylebone, London W1U | 2 miles from Race
    The Caldesi family first set up a cooking school in Giancarlo's native Tuscany. His 'Return to Tuscany' was captured by BBC cameras and dished up on ... More
     
     
     
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    The Bartlett School of Architecture
    London > Education > Universities and Colleges
    Wates House, 22 Gordon Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1H | 2.1 miles from Race
    The Bartlett School of Architecture, on the corner of Huntley Street and Capper Street, is part of The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment. ... More
     
     
     
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    Out of the Bloom
    London > Education > Evening Classes
    89/91 Bayham Street, Camden Town, London NW1 | 27 minutes from Race
    Unique and innovative workshops teaching flower arranging and floristry with monthly, weekly or daily workshops. This is a really enjoyable art form that allows its students ... More
     
     
     
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    213 Haverstock Hill, NW3 | 10 minutes from Race
    The London School of Yoga attempts to demystify Yoga, eliminating the intimidating jargon and self-important ritual that so often attaches itself to the activity. Skilled instructors, ... More
     
     
     
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    17 Rosemont Road, NW3 | 11 minutes from Race
    Located in North West London, Tang Long is a martial arts school run by Shaolin Master Shifu Heng Wei. The school has been running for more ... More
     
     
     
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    London > Leisure > Health and Beauty
    6 Erskine Road, Primrose Hill, Primrose Hill, London NW3 | 13 minutes from Race
    triyoga is considered one of the top yoga centres in London - Sadie Frost and Kate Moss are said to come here - and this Primrose ... More
     
     
     
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    The Washington
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    50 England's Lane, NW3 | 8 minutes from Race
    The Washington is a lovely pub, a great place for a drink anytime, and each Saturday it is transformed into the fantastic Hampstead Comedy Club.... More
     
     
     
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    The Queens
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    49 Regent's Park Road, Primrose Hill, London NW1 | 13 minutes from Race
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    63 Abbey Road, St John's Wood, London NW8 | 14 minutes from Race
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    77 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, London NW6 | 20 minutes from Race
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    The Lock Tavern
    London > Nightlife > Nightclubs
    35 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 | 20 minutes from Race
    The Lock Tavern would be a great place to drop in and escape the tiresome, tie-dye-clad vendors of Camden's famous street market. Unfortunately that wouldn't do ... More
     
     
     
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    Yumchaa
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    91-92 Camden Lock Place, Camden Town, London NW1 | 22 minutes from Race
    Selling loose leaf tea (Chaa) that tastes yummy gave the tea enthusiasts behind Yumchaa, Trinh and Sean, an idea of what to call their unique brand ... More
     
     
     
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    Mr Foote's Other LegMr Foote's Other LegMr Foote's Other LegA huge coup for Ed Hall's north London fringe theatre, Simon Russell Beale makes his debut at Hampstead Theatre this September in Mr Foote's Other Leg, as a satirist, impressionist and dangerous comedian from the Georgian era. Ian Kelly's riotously funny new play, based on his award-winning biography of Foote, explores our obsession with celebrit2015-09-14T00:00:00+01002015-10-17T00:00:00+0100 Where:
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    DATES  14th September to 17th October 2015
    VENUE  Hampstead Theatre 
    A huge coup for Ed Hall's north London fringe theatre, Simon Russell Beale makes his debut at Hampstead Theatre this September in Mr Foote's Other Leg, as a satirist, impressionist and dangerous comedian from the Georgian era. Ian Kelly's riotously funny new play, based on his award-winning biography of Foote, explores our obsession with celebrit... More about this event
     
    The Moderate SopranoThe Moderate SopranoThe Moderate SopranoThree time Olivier Award winner Roger Allam appears as John Christie, founder of Glyndebourne, in The Moderate Soprano this autumn. David Hare's new play tells of the passion of the opera festival founder whose admiration for the works of Wagner leads him to embark on an ambitious project: the construction of an Opera House on his estate in Sussex.2015-10-23T00:00:00+01002015-11-28T00:00:00+0000 Where:
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    event > Theatre > Dramas
    DATES  23rd October to 28th November 2015
    VENUE  Hampstead Theatre 
    Three time Olivier Award winner Roger Allam appears as John Christie, founder of Glyndebourne, in The Moderate Soprano this autumn. David Hare's new play tells of the passion of the opera festival founder whose admiration for the works of Wagner leads him to embark on an ambitious project: the construction of an Opera House on his estate in Sussex.... More about this event
     
     
     

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    Festival Of The Unconscious: The Unconscious Revisited
    Exhibitions | Until 4th October 2015 

    Freud Museum 8 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

    Animations, performances, installations, writings, sound and objects responding to Freud's seminal 1915 paper The Unconscious, by artists, designers, writers and ...More

    Hannah Collins
    Exhibitions | Until 13th September 2015 

    Camden Arts Centre 13 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

    Large-scale, unframed photographic prints spanning the British artist's career, including most recent project The Fertile Forest, which explores the plants ...More

    Mind Sports Olympiad
    Mind Sports Olympiad
    Sporting Events | Until 31st August 2015 

    JW3 14 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

    The Mind Sports Olympiad returns this August, giving participants the chance to prove their mental skills and mind capabilities. Originally ...More

     
    Open Mic Saturday
    Clubbing and Nightlife | Until 29th August 2015 

    Fiddlers Elbow 17 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

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    Les Grys Grys
    Concerts | On 29th August 2015 

    Fiddlers Elbow 17 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

    The band plays punk rock with support from The Baron Four....More

    Big Fish
    Exhibitions | Until 30th September 2015 

    ZSL London Zoo 18 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

    Visit the aquarium to look at the giant fish of the Amazon and find out how they are cared for....More

    Spider Talk
    Exhibitions | Until 30th September 2015 

    ZSL London Zoo 18 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

    Get up close and personal with one of the bird-eating spiders and learn more about the eight-legged creatures....More

    Tigers Live!
    Exhibitions | Until 30th September 2015 

    ZSL London Zoo 18 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

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    Pygmy Hippos Live
    Exhibitions | Until 30th September 2015 

    ZSL London Zoo 18 minutes walk from Hampstead Theatre

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