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Another bucket full of 3 July info …

Another bucket full of 3 July info …

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tonight: premiere/Katy Perry.
 attends attends European premiere of KATY PERRY: PART OF ME 3D, a look at the fun, glamorous, heartbreaking, inspiring, crazy, magical, passionate, and honest mad diary of Katy. Talent arrives 5.30. Film opens UK and Ireland 5 July 2012. TV and Photography accreditation: Vicky Grayson / 0203 003 6327/ vicky.grayson@freud.com Radio, Print and Online accreditation: Michelle Wolfman / 0203 003 6606 / michelle.wolfman@freud.com Film enquiries: Vicky Grayson – 0203 003 6327 / Vicky.grayson@freud.com  (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: fundraiser/Louis Theroux, Martina Topley-Bird, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Nick Ede.
    documentary maker, singer-songwriter, comedian, pr guru, are amongst guests and performers at YouYou Mentoring fundraising dinner for charity creating opportunities for 17-21 in the creative industries.  Shoreditch. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: charity gala/Masterpiece Midsummer Party in aid of CLIC Sargent.
Lady Helen Taylor,  Lady Gabriella Windsor and Anya Hindmarch, Jasmine Guinness, Mariella Frostrup, Donna Air, Caroline Sieber, Amanda Ferry, Anouska Beckwith, Olivia Inge, Olivia Grant, Stephen and Assia Webster, Lauren Gurvich, India Langton, Matt and Marissa Hermer, Theo and Louise Fennell, Noelle Reno, committee and guests raise funds for kids cancer charity. MarioTestino donates partrait of Kate Moss for auction. 2011 party raised £400k for charity. 7:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: film premiere/Arena: Amy Winehouse.
Premiere of Maurice Linnane’s documentary   about the late, great, troubled jazz singer, Amy Winehouse, with rarely seen footage, launches 11th East End Film Festival.  (Press launch, 31 May 2012, Festival runs 3-8 July, see separate entries) (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: gig/Chew Lips.
South London dance-pop duo play another London headliner. New single, DO YOU CHEW?, out June 11. 7:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: press night/The Two Most Perfect Things.
 the cult of Messrs Coward and Novello written by Adrian Fisher & Stuart Barham returns via the Jermyn Street Theatre where it garnered good revues. 7:45pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: talk/Chris O’Dowd, Sally  Phillips.
in conversation with Lucy Lumsden, BSkyB Head of Comedy  discussing what makes comedy on television work. 8:45pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: talk/Michael Palin.
discusses, with journalist and author Joseph Connolly, how his journey towards national treasure status, from his early fame with Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Ripping Yarns through his award-winning film and television career, has influenced his latest foray into fiction – THE TRUTH. 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: launch/Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards 2012.
launch event of awards to celebrate the achievements of the UK’s finest print and online commentators and their editors. With more judges than you can shake a stick at: HARVEY GOLDSMITH CBE Chair of the Judges, Louise Allen-Jones Literary Scout, Louise Allen-Jones Associates, Mohit Bakaya Commissioning Editor, Specialist Factual, BBC Radio 4, Sam Baker Editor-In-Chief, Red, Sarah Baxter Editor, Sunday Times Magazine, Bidisha Critic, broadcaster and international human rights reporter, Polly Billington Head of Internal Communications, Labour Party, Giselle Bodie COO, Kantar Media, Jane Bruton Editor, Grazia Magazine, Paul Bryden Consultant, Editorial Intelligence, Belinda Budge Publisher, HarperCollins, Charlie Burgess Editorial Director, Editorial Intelligence, Simon Burton Acting Head of Corporate Affairs, Camelot Group, Carla Buzasi Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post UK, René Carayol Chairman, Inspired Leaders Network, Henry Chevallier Guild Director of Global Strategy, Aspall, Harry Cole Contributing Editor, Spectator, Rev Richard Coles, Stella Creasy MP Shadow Minister for Crime Prevention, Giles Croot Director, Media Relations, Barclays Group Corporate Affairs, Rt Hon. David Davis MP, Karen Dillon Contributing Editor, Harvard Business Review, Sarah Ducker Managing Director, SJD Events, Huw Edwards Presenter, BBC News at Ten, Amber Elliot Political Editor, Total Politics, Angela Ferreria Television Producer, Dermot Finch Head of Public Affairs, Fishburn Hedges, Jeffrey Gedmin President and CEO, Legatum Institute, Ed Gillespie Director & Co-Founder, Futerra Sustainability Communications, Janet Goldsmith CEO, JGA, Patricia Hamzahee Partner, Kreab & Gavin Anderson Worldwide, Stuart Handley Director, Purple Rabbit, Stephen Hargrave Chairman of Trustees, Reform, Anoushka Healy Group Managing Editor, The Times and Sunday Times, Maurice Helfgott Founder Director of Amery Capital Limited, Steve Hewlett Writer & Broadcaster, BBC Radio 4, Julia Hobsbawm Chair & CEO, Editorial Intelligence, Emma Jacobs Global Communications Director, Financial Times, Lindsay Johnston IB Operations Chief Operating Officer, UBS, Paul Kafka Global Head of CEO Communications and Global Head of Marketing, UBS Investment Bank, Jessica Lambert Editor, The Harker, Tashi Lassalle Director & Head of Communications, Actis, Gemma Lines Head of Graduate Marketing, Recruitment & Development, Citi, Alison Lucas Director, London, Fenton Communications, Jane Martinson Women’s Editor, The Guardian, Stryker McGuire Senior editor, Bloomberg Markets, Rosie Millard Journalist & Broadcaster, Rebecca Miller Senior Media Relations Executive, Office of the Mayor of London, John Mitchinson Co-founder & Publisher, Unbound, Steve Moore Chief Executive, Big Society Network, Mwila Mulenshi Programme Assistant, New Deal of the Mind, Diane Nelmes Managing Director, Liberty Bell Productions, Claire Oldfield Managing Director, Wardour Publishing, Cliff Oswick Head, Faculty of Management, Deputy Dean Under Graduate Programmes, Cass Business School, Julia Peyton-Jones Director, Serpentine Gallery, Judy Piatkus Owner, Judy Piatkus Enterprises Ltd, Aaron Porter Freelance Journalist & Higher Education Consultant, Aaron Porter Consultancy, Michael Prescott Group Director of Corporate Affairs, BT Group, Hamish Pringle Strategic Advisor, 23red, Peter Riddell Director, Institute for Government, Kerstin Rodgers Chef & Writer, Ms. Marmite Lover Blog, Graham Rumney CEO, R3, Richard Sambrook Global Vice Chairman & Chief Content Officer, Edelman, Jo Swinson MP Parliamentary Private Secretary to Nick Clegg & Deputy Leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, House of Commons, Brigitte Trafford Director of Corporate Affairs, ICAP, Chantal Tregear Director, Taylor Bennett, Kitty Ussher Research Fellow, The Smith Institute, Marc Vlessing Co-founder, Pocket, Leo von Bülow-Quirk Partner & Global Head of Research, Chartwell Partners, Benjamin Webb Managing Director, Deliberate PR.  6:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: screening/In The Dark Half.
screening of soulful ghost story about a girl living with her haunted imagination. Film released on 24 Aug 2012. FDA Mag Screening, Rsvp for venue. 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: screening/Searching for Sugar Man.
Preview screening and Q&A. Award-winning documentary about the efforts of two South African fans attempting to discover if rumours of the death of musician, Rodreiguez, were true – they had understood that he had set fire to himself on stage.  Rodreiguez is available for interview for a limited period  (see separate entry). Directed by Malik Bendjelloul. Features tracks from Rodriguez’s albums including Sugar Man.  Film released 27 Jul 2012. Soundtrack released 24 Jul 2012 (see separate entries). 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: opening/London Literature Festival.
Jude Kelly OBE overseas Festival opening on the Queen Elizabeth Roof Garden with Pimms and poetry. Siri Hustvedt, John Pilger, Clive Stafford Smith, Andy Kershaw, Noo Saro-Wiwa, Will Self, Stella Duffy and Mark Haddon, and children’s authors Michael Morpurgo and Andy Stanton headline SouthBank centred festival. 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: cast change/Matilda, A Musical.
David Leonard, takes over the role of Miss Trunchbull in the RSC’s award-winning stage musical version of ROALD DAHL’s 1988 kids novel by DENNIS KELLY (book) and Australian comedian TIM MINCHIN (music and lyrics). Tells the story of a young girl ignored by her parents and terrorised by her headteacher who discovers she has   psychokinetic powers and decides to teach the grown-ups a lesson. MATTHEW WARCHUS directs.  The title role is shared by Cleo Demetriou, Eleanor Worthington Cox, Isobelle Molloy and Jade Marner. Hayley Canham will also join the company in the role of Matilda full-time from mid-August. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: cast change/The Woman in Black.
Adam Best will play The Actor and Ken Drury will play Arthur Kipps, join the cast of long running thriller (it’s now in it’s 23st year), which has been revisited by its original director ROBIN HERFORD. Play is adapted by STEPHEN MALLATRATT from novel by SUSAN HILL. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

tonight: international fashion/Berlin Fashion Week.
 Trade shows, award ceremonies, exhibitions, parties, fashion films and catwalks promoting German fashion. Runs to 8 Jul 2012. Various venues, Berlin (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: party/F1 Party.
Tamara Eccleston, Bernie Ecclestone, Natalie Pinkman, daugher and father of F1 and Sky Sports pitlane reporter are expected to attend Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Formula One party to celebrate the official launch of the 2012 Formula 1 Santandar British Grand Prix.   (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: awards/Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards & Afterparty.
John Suchet, Danny Wallace, Emma Barnett, Christian O’Connell, radio presenters, are amongst nominees expected at annual celebration of the best in UK commercial radio. After party at same venue. 5:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: launch/Aston Martin Unveils The Vanquish.
Jeremy Piven, Dan Stevens, Zara Martin, Harold Tillman, Isaac Ferry, Gethin Jones, Ben Elliot, Blake, Guy Pelly, Averyl Oates, James Martin, Luca del Bono, Rick Parfitt Jr, Sabine Roemer, The Overtones, Beatrix Ong, VIPs, influencers and Aston Martin Customers celebrate the launch of Aston Martin’s new sports car. Isaac Ferry, model son of Brian Ferry, DJs 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: private view/Bailey’s East End.
Lily Cole and Rankin are expected, Manolo Blahnik rumoured, as fashion photographer David Bailey showcases his collection of images of the East End for the first time. Compressor House, Royal Docks, Dockside Road, London, E16 2QD, United Kingdom.  Create 2012: 0750 603 6290. 7:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: private view/Stephano Nicolini: Champions.
 a solo exhibition of 28 fine art sports photography housed in leading photographer’s gallery. 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: poetry slam/Agnès Agboton, Elaine Feinstein, Anthony Joseph,  Mimi Khalvati and Jeet Thayil.
 celebrate international poetry as part of Poetry Parnassus, with a poet from each Olympic country visiting Britain. Cintra House, 12 Hills Road Cambridge CB2 1PF Teresa Palmiero 0207 556 6110 Email: t.palmiero@open.ac.uk. 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: charity gig/Kiss.
Classic 70s & 80s American glam rockers featuring Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer & Eric Singer play intimate fundraiser for Help the Heroes. Single and book release precedes 2 Jul, and  20th studio album MONSTER, released October 2012 (see separate entries).   (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: gig/Andy Grammer.
million selling artist plays a short acoustic set as the London Eye rotates to a peak height of approximately 135 metres. The show comes days after the release of his self-titled debut album as well as the release of his first UK single ‘Fine By Me’ on Jun 25th. Release in the US  has seen him appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, perform with Taylor Swift and tour with Plain White T’s, Natasha Bedingfield, Gavin DeGraw and Colbie Caillat. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: awards/Claudia Winkleman.
hosts this year’s Film Nation: Shorts awards ceremony,  a competition for 14- to 25-year olds who entered 190 films, which forms part of the London 2012 Festival and Cultural Olympiad.  2:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: concert(s)/BrynFest.
Bryn Terfel, Gruff Rhys, Siân Phillips, Julian Ovenden, Clive Rowe, Hannah Waddingham, Emma Williams, Oksana Dyka, Nino Surguladze, Lawrence Brownlee take part in four day celebration of bass-baritone Terfel. Includes an evening celebrating The Golden Age of Broadway, July 4 (directed by DANIEL EVANS), an opera gala night, July 5, Rock night with Super Furry Animals’; frontman Gruff Rhys, July 6, and the world premiere of A Hero’s Journey by former Soft Machine member, KARL JENKINS, July 7. Runs to July 7. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: preview(s)/Hackney WickED Retrospex Part 1.
first installment of a series of curatoral projects  curated by Laura-May Lewis and Simon Reuben-White. Artist and Curator Talk Fri 20 July from 6pm. Artists include Esther Ainsworth   Greta Alfaro   Doug Burton   Alex Chinneck   Melanie Clifford   Oliver David   Helga Dorothea   Noam Edry   Pil & Galia Kollectiv   Stephen Gill   Charlie Hope Steve Jones  Bill Leslie   Alexis Milne   Lu Lyndon   Christina Mitrense   Aimee Neat   Leigh Niland   Laura Oldfield Ford Haruka Ono   Jonas Ranson   Erica Scourti   Henry Stringer   Reuben Sutherland  Minnie Weisz   Ben Woodeson   Fantich & Young. Sound performance by Melanie Clifford and light installation by Lemon Curd Lighting. Elevator Gallery, Mother Studios, Queen’s Yard, White Post Lane, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5EN. info@elevatorgallery.co.uk 07849 651993. 6:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: exhibition/The London Open.
80th anniversary display of the Gallery’s open submission exhibition which started in 1932 as the East End Academy and later became the Whitechapel Open. Open to all artists over 26 living and working in London, the chosen 35 (from over 1800 applicants)  are: PIO ABAD, PETER ABRAHAMS, CAROLINE ACHAINTRE, GRETA ALFARO, SOL ARCHER, THOMAS BALL, MARTIN JOHN CALLANAN, DALE CARNEY, PAUL CARTER, ALICE CHANNER, LEIGH CLARKE, NICHOLAS COBB, LUCIENNE COLE, BETH COLLAR, CHRIS COOMBES, SHONA DAVIES, JON KLEIN & DAVE MONAGHAN, ARNAUD DESJARDIN, SARAH DOBAI, SHAUN DOYLE & MALLY MALLINSON, ANA GENOVES, MARK HARRIS, EMMA HOLMES, JOHN HUGHES, NIKOLAI ISHCHUK, ROBERT ORCHARDSON, HEATHER PHILLIPSON, RUTH PROCTOR, AMIKAM TOREN, CHARLIE TWEED, ROY VOSS, PAUL WESTCOMBE and REHANA ZAMAN. Press & private views tbc. Runs to September 14. Galleries 1, 8 & Victor Petitgas Gallery (Gallery 9). (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: awards/New Designers Exhibition & Awards Part I.
Dominic Jones, Chief Executive of Business Design Centre, presents awards to emerging graduate for their talent in product & industrial design, furniture design, visual communications (including graphic design and illustration), spatial design and “one year on”.  Part I awards take place 27 Jun and Part I exhibition runs 27-30 June.  (see separate entry).  Runs to 7 Jul 2012 (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: screening/Offender – Film Distributors’ Association screening.
Debut feature film for RON SCALPELLO starring Joe Cole, English Frank and Kimberley Nixon, about a young man who intentionally gets himself incarcerated into a notorious British jail to extract revenge on the gang who attacked his girlfriend, but all does not go smoothly. Released 8 Aug 2012. (West End venue – contact Revolver for further information). 6:30pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: awareness/The Trouble With Sound.
In conjunction with Bruce Nauman’s Days and SOUNDWORKS, the ICA presents an accompanying series of sound-related events. Beginning the series, The Trouble With Sound.  Limited number of press tickets available. 7:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: gig/The Wailers.
Late great Bob Marley’s backing band play the hits and more. 7:00pm. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: regional fundraiser/Leuka Mini Masters.
Dougray Scott, Sir Terry Wogan, Anton Du Beke, Charlotte Jackson, Jamie Theakston, Jodie Kidd, Tim Lovejoy, Oliver Phelps, Rob Brydon, Mark Foster, Danny Care, sponsoered by Spotify, raise money for leukemia charioty Leuka, based at Hammersmith Hospital. Mark Emms, Superstar Sports Ltd, 36 Hanway Street, London, W1T 1UP. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

Jul 4: regional music festival/Cheltenham Music Festival.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Miranda Richardson actors combine words with music along with a wide range of performers at cultural festival.  Festival comprises chamber music, choral and vocal performances, family events, musical athletics, which includes James Gilchrist singing Britten, Finzi and Tippett; Thomas Tallis’ 40-part Spem in alium in Tewkesbury Abbey; WW1 war poetry and music.  Runs to 15 Jul 2012. Cheltenham Venues. (>>> Contact details including Web site, email address and Venue information are available to subscribers! Subscribe Now >>> >>> new paying subscribers please get in touch – info@londonatlarge.com)

 

 

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