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  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

    A new production of this iconic musical returns to the London Palladium for a strictly limited run in Summer 2019. We have managed to secure a very limited number of tickets for this spectacular show. Stalls seats Row R & S Face value £85 For tickets contact Tania on 020 7242 8300 option 2 or email tania@theljw.org. click here for more information.

    • Aug
      05
      Mon
      19:30
  • Oklahoma! 

    We have managed to acquire tickets for Oklahoma! at The Chichester Festival Theatre. We have also arranged a coach with TWO pick up points: EHRS in Stonegrove, Edgware and the other in Merivale, Southgate N14 (where there is free parking on the road). Price includes the coach and the theatre: Total cost £68. We have… click here for more information.

    • Aug
      15
      Thu
      14:30
  • Evita

    From a life of poverty to the First Lady of Argentina, Eva Peron was hailed as the spiritual leader of the nation. Seen as the champion of the poor, her ambition, glamour and power made her the world’s first major political celebrity, winning the adoration of the people. Tickets  are £27.50. Contact Tania on 020 7242… click here for more information.

    • Sep
      05
      Thu
      14:00
  • Piano Explored

    Come and join us for another series of lunchtime concerts “PIANO EXPLORED” with Howard Shelley and the London Mozart Players on Wednesdays - 2nd October, 6th November, 4th December, 5th February, 1st April. Ticket price to be confirmed. Contact: Tania 020 7242 8300 option 2 or email tania@theljw.org. click here for more information.

    • Oct
      02
      Wed
      12:45
  • Lunch with Professor Bar Van Es - author of "The Cut Out Girl"

    "The Cut Out Girl" won the Costa Book of the year 2018. The story of a Dutch girl who was saved from the Nazis during WW11 by a foster family who happen to be the grandparents of Bar Van Es. The book has received rave reviews, including The Sunday Times, The Guardian and the Evening Standard.… click here for more information.

    • Oct
      31
      Thu
      10:45
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