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Drake And The Lights – The Boy Meets World Tour Review

Drake And The Lights – The Boy Meets World Tour Review

The thought of paying £99 a ticket (+ service fees) for a concert at The O2 shocks most and I’ll admit when I saw the price I was a little taken aback myself. But having been almost three years since Drake’s last European tour I knew my money already belonged to him. Throughout the summer, […]

The Lock Tavern Festival

The Lock Tavern Festival

By Hannah Phillips Ditch the egg hunts and treat your ears instead this Easter, at one of Camden’s best pubs. From Thursday 24th March until Sunday 27th March, The Lock Tavern will continue its acclaimed annual festival, bringing with it a whole host of emerging bands and high calibre DJs. This time, London’s Riot grrrls Skinny Girl Diet […]

White Mink – the Future of Swing?

White Mink – the Future of Swing?

Wanna hear (and see!) the clash of swing music’s old guard with the avant-garde? Grab a bit of  The After Hours Quintet, who will be opening White Mink’s live music show on 11th March presented by Nick Hollywood and DJ Chris Tofu.  Hell – both musical and dietary eructations in one place! As well as […]

War Child

War Child

By Hannah Phillips War Child teams up with the BRITS and O2 this February for a week of exclusive intimate gigs. Part of a series of War Child affiliated dates, Passport to BRITS Week will offer the rare opportunity to see some of the UK’s leading acts up close and personal – and a whole host […]

Peckham Rye Music Festival – No Wellies Required!

Peckham Rye Music Festival – No Wellies Required!

By Hannah Phillips Braving the rain in the middle of London’s parks not your thing? Look no further than May’s inaugural Peckham Rye Music Festival to kick off your festival season good and proper – and without a pair of wellies in sight. Celebrating the area’s rising local music scene, Peckham’s leading venues – the […]

Ben Cox Band

Ben Cox Band

We’ve got a nice quiet jazz evening sorted for next Monday. The Ben Cox Band – a gruff sounding Sade – is launching their debut album ‘This Waiting Game’ at Pizza Express, Dean Street. Ok so the band has been championed by Jamie Cullum – but it’s not all bad: the album features guest appearances from Claire Martin, Kirk […]

Back to Black

  Huge thanks to our friends at The Tipping Point for drawing our attention to a whole load of great new artists from all around the UK. For obvious reasons we’ll stick to London – it’s in our name after all! – and insist that you take a listen to our pick, Chloe Black – especially if […]

Carol Mae Plays at Bernie’s

Carol Mae Plays at Bernie’s

OK – so it’s well known that London At Large has it’s digit firmly on the pulse of what’s new and happening. And Carol Mae Whittick is one such major vibe creator. Not only that but she’s performing a super chilled set at Bernie Grants on 12 December 2013 from around 7.30.It’s going to be […]

Lets Get Rattled!

Lets Get Rattled!

Hey – On Sunday 10 June, the 90-piece Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment perform music from Debussy with world-famous conductor Sir Simon Rattle at The Royal Festival Hall. And we’re going – cos we like this sort of thing! Ok – deluge or no deluge, this was a wonderful event. Debussy is frankly about […]

04 June 2012: Norman Jay MBE

04 June 2012: Norman Jay MBE

By right royal appointment, Norman Jay MBE, the legendary provider of the best good times on the planet, presents the official ‘Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Festival’ after-party, ‘A Right Royal Carry On’ at London’s infamous party central, The Clapham Grand on Sunday 3rd June, a four day weekend! Known by his peers and contemporaries as ‘The […]