Music in London Friday 8 March

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Music in London on Fri 8th March

Our guide to music concerts in London on Friday 8 March 2013.

Nolans at Wembley Arena, London
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The Nolans — Farewell Tour

Wembley Arena Live music at the Wembley Arena London. This is your last chance to see Coleen, Bernie, Linda and Maureen -- The Nolans -- as they embark on their Farewell Tour. The all-girl group have sold over 25 million records since their debut in the late-70s, “I’m with big hits like "In The Mood For Dancing", "Who's Gonna Rock You", "Don't Make Waves" and "Gotta Pull Myself Together".
Justin Bieber at O2 Arena, London
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Justin Bieber — The O2

to O2 Arena Teen superstar Justin Bieber is coming to the UK in 2013. The tour will be taking in six different cities, culminating with three nights at the O2 Arena. Justin Bieber will be performing live in London on Friday March 8th at the O2 Arena.
 

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Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde, in “The Judas Kiss”8 MarchRupert Everett will be starring as the great Oscar Wilde in David Hare’s “The Judas Kiss”. When Wilde’s masterpiece, “The Importance of Being Earnest”, was taking the West End by storm, his fate was already hurtling towards his eventual imprisonment. Forced to make a choice between his lover and his freedom, the ever-romantic Wilde embarked upon a course towards self-destruction.

Ice Age art… and the arrival of the modern mind8 MarchThe British Museum’s new exhibition showcases masterpieces from the last Ice Age, created between 40,000 and 10,000 years ago. Drawn from across Europe, by artists with modern minds like our own, this is a unique opportunity to see some of the world’s oldest known sculptures, drawings and portraits.

Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos8 MarchThe Serpentine Gallery’s new exhibition is by Rosemarie Trockel, and combines the artist’s works with objects and artworks created by others with which she feels an affinity. The idea is to create a world shaped by Trockel’s own empathies.

Barocci exhibition: Brilliance and Grace8 MarchThe National Gallery’s new Barocci exhibition, “Brilliant and Grace”, includes some masterpieces never before seen outside of Italy. A master of the human form, he fused charm and compositional harmony with an unparalleled sensitivity to colour. The exhibition will consist of 14 of his most spectacular altarpieces and four of his finest portraits.

“Old Times”, with Kristin Scott Thomas8 MarchKristin Scott Thomas, Rufus Sewell and Lia Williams wil be starring in “Old Times” at the Harold Pinter Theatre. It tells the story of Kate, Deeley and Anna, reminiscing about their early years in London. But when their conflicting memories and sexual tensions bubble to the top, suddenly the past feels vividly real.

Rock Of Ages — with 28 classic rock anthems!8 March“Rock Of Ages” features a thundering mix of 28 arena-rock classics from the glory days of power rock. It follows a small town girl as she falls for a big city rocker, alongside the biggest, corniest rock songs of the 80s. An awesomely good time is guaranteed for all in this hot new rock musical.

Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire8 MarchThe British Library has a magnificent collection of manuscripts and paintings by the Mughals. At their peak, the Mughals ruled from Kabul in modern-day Afghanistan to most of the South Asian subcontinent. This exhibition will document the entire historical period from the 16th to 19th centuries, through more than 200 exquisite objects.

Singin’ In The Rain! — Live in Concert8 MarchThe Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of “Singin’ in the Rain” by performing the film’s iconic soundtrack while the re-mastered film is played on a big screen. The glorious score includes songs like “Make ‘Em Laugh”, “Moses Supposes” and the classic title track “Singin’ In The Rain”.

Becoming Picasso: Paris 19018 MarchThe Courtauld Gallery is putting together a special exhibition which will tell the story of Pablo Picasso’s breakthrough year in 1901. You will be introduced to his first masterpieces at the beginning of his ‘Blue period’, in which he found his own distinctive voice.

 
 
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