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Joanie McGill at Kings Place sends a mail with some fascinating icy arts for a family weekend. It's a lot cheaper than LegoLand and better for you…
Under the Umbrella of the London Jazz festival in association with BBC Radio 3, Fiona Talkington of Late junction has put together an amazing selection of music and arts from Norway.
Saturday 15th November
Isglem + SVIV Dance Company
Between them percussionist Terje Isungset and saxophonist Karl Seglem create a soundscape that combines the traditional and the new, in a way that is both fascinating and accessible for children of all ages.
The Norwegian halling is a dance for real men! With breathtaking steps and acrobatics, SVIV brings the halling to a new era.
Hall Two 2-5pm (including 2 intervals) Tickets £6.50
Ice Music with Terje Isungset and Lena Nymark
A second chance to catch the Ice Music, in which pioneering percissionist Terje Isungset will conjure up the majesty of Norway’s Natural Beauty through sculpted ice percussion. Featuring vocalist Lena Nymark and incorporating the sounds of glaciers and moving ice.
St Pancras Room 5pm FREE
Ice in the Canal Museum
Swiss Entrepreneur Carlo Gatti once made a fortune importing bulk ice from Norway and storing it in two vast wells in what is now the London Canal Museum. The narrowboat Angel II will be providing a shuttle service to take you across the canal basin between Kings Place and London Canal Museum
Between 11am and 4.30pm £2.50 on the day in person
Sunday 16th November
The Little Prince
The Heart Warming Tale of The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery is retold here in an original production that includes traditional Hardanger fiddle music and dancing. For the whole family to enjoy.
Hall Two 11.30am; 3.30pm £6.50
Tickets can be booked online at: http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/book-tickets
Or by telephone 0207 520 1490
More information is available on our website http://www.kingsplace.co.uk
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