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Aug
7
Fri
JAZZ & BLUES – John Etheridge ‘s Blue Spirits with Vimala Rowe @ Lauderdale House
Aug 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Led by internationally renowned Guitar legend John Etheridge, Blue Spirits is completed by Pete Whittaker (Organ) and Nic France (Drums).

Drawing on a vast reservoir of musical experience spanning 48 years, Etheridge distills the bluesier side of his musical world in a repertoire that has intensity and emotion as its main quality, with subtlety, fluidity and interaction as its centre. Pete Whittaker is a superb accompanist and soloist and drummer Nic France is celebrated for his drive and invention.

For tonight’s show the Trio will be joined by special guest vocalist Vimala Rowe, known for her soulful and passionate delivery. Expect edgy and engaging repertoire with a forceful drive.

Come rain or shine we’ll be there to entertain you so make sure you bring attire for all weathers! It’s going to be a lot of fun! 

Don’t fancy queuing up for your snacks and drinks? You can now pre-order drinks and a picnic for collection on the night. When buying your tickets online simply add your selection to your basket before checkout and we’ll have it ready for you.

We have done everything we can to keep you safe and make these events Covid-19 secure – please read the ‘What You Need To Know’ tab for more information. 

And please note tickets MUST be purchased in advance.

Aug
13
Thu
Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ at Lauderdale House – Opera returns to London @ Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill
Aug 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Sāvitri is told by Death that her husband Satyavān is about to die. When he returns from his day’s work in the forest he collapses. Death now offers Sāvitri a wish, and she asks for ‘Life’. Death agrees, but Sāvitri then points out that life for her is indivisible from her husband’s life. Death has been tricked and admits defeat. Satyavān revives: even death, like life, is ‘Māyā’ – illusion.

HGO brings live opera back to London with an open-air, socially-distanced production of Gustav Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ , a tale of life, death, illusion and hope powerfully resonant with our times. HGO is dedicated to supporting singers at the start of their careers – they will lead the return of vibrant opera to the capital.

The staged open-air production, with orchestra, of this one-act opera will take place, in accordance with government regulations, in the portico of Lauderdale House, Highgate, with the audince sonciall disnntanced on the lawn. There are two performances per evening (at 18:30 and 20:00) on the
13th, 15, 20th and 22nd August –

The production is staged by Julia Mintzer, and conducted by Thomas Payne. Fou more detials see www.hgo.org.uk/savitri or Lauderdale House website.

Aug
14
Fri
Classical Evening – The Unlocked Trio @ Lauderdale House
Aug 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Tonight’s Classical evening is presented by The Unlocked Trio, brought together by the strangeness of Lockdown, and features two of our resident musicians, pianist Stephen Hose and violinist Thomas Leate, who are joined by cellist Molly Carter.

They will be performing:

Haydn Trio in G major (Gypsy Rondo)

Beethoven Trio in C minor Op. 1 No. 3

Malcolm Arnold Trio Op. 54

A selection of popular Palm Court trios

Come rain or shine we’ll be there to entertain you! Make sure you bring attire for all weathers! It’s going to be a lot of fun! 

Don’t fancy queuing up for your snacks and drinks? You can now pre-order drinks and a picnic for collection on the night. When buying your tickets online simply add your selection to your basket before checkout and we’ll have it ready for you.

We have done everything we can to keep you safe and make these events Covid-19 secure – please read the ‘What You Need To Know’ tab for more information. 

And please note tickets MUST be purchased in advance.

Aug
15
Sat
Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ at Lauderdale House – Opera returns to London @ Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill
Aug 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Sāvitri is told by Death that her husband Satyavān is about to die. When he returns from his day’s work in the forest he collapses. Death now offers Sāvitri a wish, and she asks for ‘Life’. Death agrees, but Sāvitri then points out that life for her is indivisible from her husband’s life. Death has been tricked and admits defeat. Satyavān revives: even death, like life, is ‘Māyā’ – illusion.

HGO brings live opera back to London with an open-air, socially-distanced production of Gustav Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ , a tale of life, death, illusion and hope powerfully resonant with our times. HGO is dedicated to supporting singers at the start of their careers – they will lead the return of vibrant opera to the capital.

The staged open-air production, with orchestra, of this one-act opera will take place, in accordance with government regulations, in the portico of Lauderdale House, Highgate, with the audince sonciall disnntanced on the lawn. There are two performances per evening (at 18:30 and 20:00) on the
13th, 15, 20th and 22nd August –

The production is staged by Julia Mintzer, and conducted by Thomas Payne. Fou more detials see www.hgo.org.uk/savitri or Lauderdale House website.

Aug
20
Thu
Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ at Lauderdale House – Opera returns to London @ Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill
Aug 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Sāvitri is told by Death that her husband Satyavān is about to die. When he returns from his day’s work in the forest he collapses. Death now offers Sāvitri a wish, and she asks for ‘Life’. Death agrees, but Sāvitri then points out that life for her is indivisible from her husband’s life. Death has been tricked and admits defeat. Satyavān revives: even death, like life, is ‘Māyā’ – illusion.

HGO brings live opera back to London with an open-air, socially-distanced production of Gustav Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ , a tale of life, death, illusion and hope powerfully resonant with our times. HGO is dedicated to supporting singers at the start of their careers – they will lead the return of vibrant opera to the capital.

The staged open-air production, with orchestra, of this one-act opera will take place, in accordance with government regulations, in the portico of Lauderdale House, Highgate, with the audince sonciall disnntanced on the lawn. There are two performances per evening (at 18:30 and 20:00) on the
13th, 15, 20th and 22nd August –

The production is staged by Julia Mintzer, and conducted by Thomas Payne. Fou more detials see www.hgo.org.uk/savitri or Lauderdale House website.

Aug
21
Fri
SHOW TUNES – Tim McArthur and Sarah Dearlove, with pianist Ben Papworth. @ Lauderdale House
Aug 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Tonight’s showtune night includes all your favourite songs from a great selection of iconic shows. If we can’t ask you to sing, then you can join in with the actions and ‘actalong’ to great classics such as Hakuna Matata, Chitty Chitty Bang, Bang, Doe A Deer and more!

The versatile and charismatic Tim McArthur is joined by the vibrant and talented Sarah Dearlove, and on the keys musical director and pianist Ben Papworth.

Come rain or shine we’ll be there to entertain you! Make sure you bring attire for all weathers! It’s going to be a lot of fun! 

Don’t fancy queuing up for your snacks and drinks? You can now pre-order drinks and a picnic for collection on the night. When buying your tickets online simply add your selection to your basket before checkout and we’ll have it ready for you.

We have done everything we can to keep you safe and make these events Covid-19 secure – please read the ‘What You Need To Know’ tab for more information. 

And please note tickets MUST be purchased in advance.

Aug
22
Sat
Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ at Lauderdale House – Opera returns to London @ Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill
Aug 22 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Sāvitri is told by Death that her husband Satyavān is about to die. When he returns from his day’s work in the forest he collapses. Death now offers Sāvitri a wish, and she asks for ‘Life’. Death agrees, but Sāvitri then points out that life for her is indivisible from her husband’s life. Death has been tricked and admits defeat. Satyavān revives: even death, like life, is ‘Māyā’ – illusion.

HGO brings live opera back to London with an open-air, socially-distanced production of Gustav Holst’s ‘Sāvitri’ , a tale of life, death, illusion and hope powerfully resonant with our times. HGO is dedicated to supporting singers at the start of their careers – they will lead the return of vibrant opera to the capital.

The staged open-air production, with orchestra, of this one-act opera will take place, in accordance with government regulations, in the portico of Lauderdale House, Highgate, with the audince sonciall disnntanced on the lawn. There are two performances per evening (at 18:30 and 20:00) on the
13th, 15, 20th and 22nd August –

The production is staged by Julia Mintzer, and conducted by Thomas Payne. Fou more detials see www.hgo.org.uk/savitri or Lauderdale House website.