Spotlight TONIGHT Nadine Benjamin at St James’s Piccadilly
Fri 19 May 7.30 pm
The charismatic and versatile lyric soprano returns to St James’s for a captivating voice and piano recital. British lyric soprano Nadine Benjamin is a charismatic and versatile artist who is in increasing demand on both the operatic stage and the concert platform. She is also developing renown as a recitalist, particularly associated with Verdi, Strauss and contemporary American song.
Get tickets on: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nadine-benjamin-mbe-tickets-487537225967
Kiyan Prince Foundation, Future Champions Celebrity Cup at Loftus Road Stadium
Saturday May 20, 5 pm
The inaugural Kiyan Prince Foundation Champions Cup is set to be an incredible experience for both fans and sponsors alike. Male and female celebrities from the worlds of football, boxing, comedy, music, acting and social media will pull on our shirts to entertain what will hopefully be a capacity crowd at QPR’s Loftus Road stadium
Get your tickets on: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/qpr/EDP/Event/Index/3420?position=8
Retrograde at Kiln Theatre runs 27 May
The Golden Age of Hollywood. Behind closed doors, aspiring actor Sidney Poitier is offered a lucrative contract that could make him a superstar. But what is he willing to sacrifice? From the writer of award-winning, sold-out, For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy, Ryan Calais Cameron’s explosive new play explores identity, resilience, and integrity as it examines a true event in 1950’s Hollywood and the reality of a Black actor’s journey to stardom.
Book your tickets on: https://kilntheatre.com/whats-on/retrograde/
Es & Flo at Kiln Theatre: Starts 5 June -tickets on sale now
Es & Flo fell fiercely in love in the 80s. They’ve been secretly living as lovers ever since. But as Es becomes more forgetful, an unexpected carer arrives. When the outside world comes crashing in, Flo must battle to hold onto the woman she loves and protect the life they’ve built together.
Coloured with memories of the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp – where Es and Flo first met as activists –Jennifer Lunn’s award-winning new play, directed by Susie McKenna, celebrates the love of an older lesbian relationship, women coming together to fight for what’s right and the healing power of chosen family.
Book your ticket on: https://kilntheatre.com/whats-on/es-flo/
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