This Autumn sees a new season of classical music arrive at Southbank Centre, with the opening weekend taking place on 23 September, which includes a jampacked programme of events. This includes Anatomy of the Orchestra - part installation, part concert for all ears and ages - this quirky event is spread across all levels of Royal Festival Hall, allowing the audience to wander and explore the way sound is formed in an orchestra, creating a personal sonic mix as they move.
There will be more Purcell Sessions taking place in Queen Elizabeth Hall, this artist led programme gives creators the freedom to push boundaries and forge connections across art forms. On 30 September the acclaimed Christine and the Queens will be live at Royal Festival Hall, returning under a new name Redcar.
And if you fancy getting in on the action, maybe Between the Bridges new karaoke nights are for you? Taking place every Thursday, this event is hosted by Dalston's own drag Karaoke Hole and guarantees a wild evening of fun.
Whilst at The Vaults, things are turning 'upside down' with Stranger Sings - a hilarious, musical parody of Stranger Things, filled with 80's inspired tunes.