Music concerts in London January 2014

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Maroon 5 at O2 Arena, London
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Maroon 5 — at The O2

to O2 Arena Following the release of their successful fourth album "Overexposed", Maroon 5 are returning to the UK for two nights at The O2.
Melanie C at O2 Empire Shepherd’s Bush, London
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Mel C is 40! Come and join her party!

O2 Empire Shepherd’s Bush As the only Spice Girl who could actually sing, Melanie C (aka Sporty Spice) was always destined for a successful solo career. And now she's hit forty! To celebrate the milestone Melanie C will be having a big party bash the night before -- kickstarting her forties with a special one-off show at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.
 
James Arthur at Eventim Apollo, London
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X-Factor winner James Arthur

Eventim Apollo 2012's X-Factor winner James Arthur scored one of the biggest-selling X-Factor singles ever with his BRIT Award nominated "Impossible", and now he's setting off on his first UK and European tour, which includes one night at the Hammersmith Apollo.
Fun Lovin Criminals at KOKO, London
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Fun Lovin’ Criminals — at KOKO

KOKO We haven't heard much from the Fun Lovin' Criminals in recent years, but they're still going strong and had a new album called "Classic Fantastic" out in 2010. You can catch them live when they play KOKO in January.
 
Sophie Ellis Bextor at Bush Hall, London
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Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and Robbie Boyd

Bush Hall Sophie Ellis-Bextor is back with a brand-new album in the new year, "Wanderlust". You can hear songs from her fifth release when she plays one night at Bush Hall, with support from Robbie Boyd.
 
 

We don’t have any more concerts, but how about these other nights out in January?

Sing-A-Long-A Sound Of MusicJanuary 2014Join Maria, the nuns, the dashing Captain and his gaggle of singing kids in Sing-A-Long-A Sound of Music! A compere will be on hand to whip the audience into a Julie Andrews inspired frenzy, and fancy dress is encouraged. There’s even a competition for the best-dressed nun/nazi/Von Trapp kid!

Ross Noble and guests, at the Cutty Sark TheatreJanuary 2014Ross Noble, the master of improvisational comedy, has received huge critical acclaim for his live performances. This is your chance to see him up close in a unique setting — the Cutty Sark, which is opening up a little theatre in the lower hold of the ship, where cargoes of tea and wool were once stacked more a century ago.

Mark Steel, at the Leicester Square TheatreJanuary 2014Fresh from his highly-acclaimed comedy show on BBC Radio 4, Mark Steel is back on the road. He promises to bring an element of “Mark Steel’s In Town” to each live show, writing some new and interesting material about every town he visits (pretty easy when that town happens to be London!).

Mayor’s Question Time, at City HallJanuary 2014Once a month the 25 London Assembly members gather together to grill the Mayor of London (Boris Johnson) about his policies, and Boris is one of the few politicians that people will happily sit and watch. City Hall is a stone’s throw from Tower Bridge, and is home to the London Assembly.

Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence — Comedy StoreJanuary 2014TV’s Paul Merton will be joining Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Store for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Neil Mullarkey, Andy Smart.

Raymond Briggs’ “Father Christmas”January 2014Raymond Briggs’ delightful animated story “Father Christmas” is returning to the stage. When he awakes from his lovely dream of summer sun, there it is on the calendar, December 24th — the start of his busiest day of the year!

“Aladdin”… with Jo Brand and Matthew KellyJanuary 2014Set off on a spectacular journey to the mystical East, where you’ll enter the cave of wonders and discover the magic lamp. With some stunning sets, glittering costumes, dazzling dancing and wonderful songs, get ready for a magical carpet ride into a fun, fairytale world! Make tickets to Aladdin one of your three wishes for Christmas.

Romantic landscapes from Britain and GermanyJanuary 2014The Courtauld Gallery is putting together an exhibition called “A Dialogue with Nature”, which explores the golden age of Romantic landscapes in Britain and Germany between 1760 and 1840. The exhibition will feature 26 drawings, watercolours and oil sketches by the likes of Turner, Palmer, Friedrich, Fohr and Lessing.

 
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