Ryder House 27 Holywell Hill, St. Albans, EN, GB, AL1 1HG

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    »Kerry Ellis

    October 22, 2014 7:00 PM

    1 Aldenham Avenue
    Radlett, WD7 8HL

    »Mandela: Let Freedom Reign

    October 22, 2014 7:45 PM

    Nelson Mandela was the most respected, and probably the most loved of all world leaders in the late 20th century. Darryl Van Leer retells his story from early life to becoming leader of the ANC. He delivers the famous “I Am Prepared to Die” speech at his treason trial where he received a life sentence. Describing the 27 dark years in prison, but also how the Apartheid regime is forced to contend with the unstoppable international outcry. At the climax, he delivers his renowned inaugural address in which he urges all in the new Rainbow Nation to “Let Freedom Reign.” A towering figure in 20th century history, Nobel Laureate Nelson Mandela showed how wisdom and patience can triumph over bigotry and brute force. Truly the Father of a Nation.

    39 London Road
    Enfield, EN2 6DS

    »The 19th Mobo Awards

    October 22, 2014 6:00 PM

    Arena Square
    Wembley,

    »Wembley Stadium Tours

    October 22, 2014 11:59 PM

    Stadium Way
    London, HA9 0WS

    »2014 Mobo Awards

    October 22, 2014 6:00 PM

    English singer/songwriter and performer Jessie J got her start writing music for folks like Chris Brown and Miley Cyrus before venturing out on her own. Jessie J is now quickly catching up to the pop stars that she had been writing music for, releasing big singles like "Price Tag" and "Do It Like A Dude." In a pop music market dominated by American artists, Jessie J is a rare exception that is challenging the way the music industry perceives urban music coming out of Britain. Jessie J now tours extensively around the world, stretching her pop reach to as many places as commercially possible.

    Stadium Way
    London, HA9 0WS

    »War On The Home Front Exhibition

    October 22, 2014 10:00 AM

    WAR ON THE HOME FRONT To mark the centenary of the First World War, Alexandra Palace will launch their ‘War on the Home Front’ exhibition, this pop up temporary exhibition will allow visitors the rare chance to explore the history of Alexandra Palace’s role 100 years ago. Between 1914 & 1918 Alexandra Palace was first home to thousands of Belgians fleeing the German invasion before becoming an internment camp for non- naturalised German, Austrian and Hungarian men who were considered a danger to the UK’s war effort. The exhibition will uncover the personal stories and experiences of those imprisoned at the camp and the dramatic change in local attitudes to how the Palace was being used. War on the Home Front is part of a London-wide project ‘the Children of the Great War’. The 18-month project set out to capture how families across London were affected by the war, as well as to explore what subsequent generations carried with them from that experience. This timed ticketed event will be open Thursday mornings, Friday afternoons and the first Saturday of every month.

    Alexandra Palace Way
    Harringey, N22 7AY

    »War On The Home Front

    October 22, 2014 10:00 AM

    To mark the centenary of the First World War, Alexandra Palace will launch their ‘War on the Home Front’ collection. This pop up yearlong exhibition will allow visitors the rare chance to explore the history of Alexandra Palace’s role during WWI. From 1914-1919 Alexandra Palaces was home to thousands of those affected by the War. Belgian refugees and German prisoners of war we amongst those who stayed at the Palace during this time. Learn of their experiences and stories as well as the role the Palace played during this war. Discover the personal stories of those that stayed in the Palace, telling of their loves and losses and of the effect upon the families of a refugee and internee. War on the Home Front is part of a London-wide project ‘the Children of the Great War’. The 18-month project set out to capture how families across London were affected by the war, as well as to explore what subsequent generations carried with them from that experience. This timed ticked event will be open Thursday mornings, Friday afternoons and the first Saturday of every month. Tickets only £1 per person go on sale on Friday 15th August 10am at www.alexandrapalace.com

    Alexandra Palace Way
    Harringey, N22 7AY

    »Beyond The Hills

    October 22, 2014 8:00 PM

    Walsworth Road
    Hitchin, SG4 9YA

    »The Vertical Hour

    October 22, 2014 7:30 PM

    Clifton Terrace
    London, N4 3JP

    »Jekyll and Hyde

    October 22, 2014 7:30 PM

    Adapted from Robert Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Jekyll and Hyde is a musical that follows the peculiar life of Dr. Jekyll. A doctor and scientist, Jekyll injects himself with a potion that transforms him into an evil version of himself named Edward Hyde. When he begins to lose control of the experiment, Dr. Jekyll seeks a way to get back to his old life before it is completely ruined.

    42-44 Gaisford Street
    London, NW5 2ED

    »Bbc Radio 2 Presents Status Quo In Concert

    October 22, 2014 6:30 PM

    Chalk Farm Road
    London, NW1 8EH

    »Circus Life

    October 22, 2014 7:00 PM

    49 Chalk Farm Road
    London, NW1 8AN
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