1 week ago



CONTENTS Events 4 Transformed RAF Museum Opens BBC Proms Disney Fantasia at The Vaults Music 8 Israel In Egypt at Southwark Cathedral Ann Liebeck in Havana Buenos Aires Exhibitions 12 Aviation Paintings of the Year Designer Crafts in Chelsea Hot Air Balloon Festival Theatre 16 Witness for the Prosecution Julie The King And I Octoroon © This is London Magazine Limited This is London at the Olympic Park Stour Space, 7 Roach Road, Fish Island, London E3 2PA Telephone: 020 7434 1281 Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of this magazine and in the handling of all the material supplied, neither the Publishers nor their agents accept responsibility for any damage, errors or omissions, however these may be caused. VISITOR INFORMATION Emergencies 999 Police Ambulance Fire 24 Hour Casualty 020 8746 8000 Dentistry 0808 155 3256 Victim Support 0845 30 30 900 free and confidential service Visit London 020 7234 5833 Heathrow Airport 0844 335 1801 Gatwick Airport 0844 892 0322 Taxis 020 7272 5471 Dry Cleaner 7491 3426 Florist 7831 6776 Optician 7581 6336 Watches 7493 5916 Weather 0870 9000100 Welcome to London I’m delighted to launch the 2018 BBC Proms, featuring more than 90 events over 58 days and spotlighting a whole range of exciting debut artists alongside Proms regulars. With 51 premieres, nine Late Night Proms and three venues outside the Royal Albert Hall for the ‘Proms at...’ series, this festival remains as committed as ever to founderconductor Henry Wood’s aim of bringing the best of classical music to the widest possible audience. This season, I’m particularly looking forward to a special tribute to Leonard Bernstein, who was born 100 years ago this August, and who helped to bring classical music to a new generation of audiences. In celebration of his remarkable achievements, there will be special staged performances of two of his most famous scores, West Side Story and On the Town (both with conductor John Wilson), as well as a tribute to his televised presentations. Special focus will be given this year to the 100th anniversary of women over 30 in Britain getting the vote, as we will be featuring premieres by 20 female composers including Anna Meredith and Roxanna Panufnik, who receive the highly coveted First Night and Last Night commissions, and eight women never previously commissioned by the BBC, who receive world premieres this season: Caroline Shaw, Eve Risser, Jessica Wells, Lisa Illean, Suzanne Farrin, Laura Mvula, Bushra El-Turk and Nina Šenk. In keeping with our longheld aim to widen access and break down barriers to classical music, we will host our second Relaxed Prom, which offers adults and children with sensory/communication impairments, learning disabilities, dementia, and visual or hearing difficulty the chance to engage with classical music. This year we’re proud to announce the inclusion of BSO Resound, the world’s first professional disabled-led ensemble, within our Relaxed Prom. As always, every Prom is broadcast live on Radio 3 and many are broadcast on BBC Television. Just as Proms founder-conductor Henry Wood enjoyed mixing the familiar with the unfamiliar, the serious with the light-hearted, so this season we explore a huge range of different music – core classical repertoire by the great composers of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries; contemporary works which audiences will be hearing for the first time; a programme of folk music from Britain and Ireland; world music from Cuba and Jamaica; a night dedicated to the music of modern New York City; and a special late-night appearance by Sengalese cultural icon Youssou Ndour, who makes his Proms debut. With Promming (standing) tickets at just £6, available on the day, and more than 100,000 tickets available at under £15 (as well as half-price tickets for under-18s), I look forward to welcoming you all this summer for eight weeks of extraordinary breadth and quality! David Pickard, Director BBC Proms © BBC, Thane Bruckland 3 T H I S I S L O N D O N M A G A Z I N E • T H I S I S L O N D O N O N L I N E

TIL 7 July 2017
as on July, 2012 - til india
Our News - as on April - July, 2010 - til india
HR Extra July 2015.pdf
TSC July August 2018 HR
7 Pivotal HR Competencies for Global Business in 2017
July 7, 2012
BMW 7 Series - HR Owen
Thursday, July 7, 2011
July 7, 2013
Premier HR - Version 7 Release Notes - Sage VIP Payroll
Sunday July 7, 2013 -
July 7-13, 2011 - WhatzUp
HR Voice July 2013 Newletter Download - SABPP
July 2011 issue of HR News magazine - IPMA
TIL - The New Horizons - til india
Introduktionskursus til
Vol. 15, No. 7 July 2011 - Carolina Arts
Selenology Today # 7 July 2007 - Home
The Communicator Vol. 27, No. 7 July-August 2010
June 27 - July 7 - Federated Fellowship
7. July 2014
Vol. XI. No. 7. July, 1964 - Varen Is Fijner
Volume 7 Issue 10 - July/August 2002
July 7, 2013 - Immaculate Conception Parish
Issue 7, July 2008 - Australian Red Cross
Issue 7 | July 2011 - Get Ireland Active