Events

Fab UK Magazine covers art, film, festivals, theatre and sports Events across the United Kingdom and the globe.

COLLABRO

Collabro will be back on the road next month for their biggest ever tour and have announced some very special guests joining them across the UK.  West End and Broadway Star Kerry Ellis and BBC1’s Over the Rainbow Finalist and…

Subversive Stitch

TJ Boulting is proud to present ‘Subversive Stitch’, a group show of textile-based works, incorporating embroidery, weaving, carpet, tapestry, clothes and sculpture. The title is taken from the 1984 book by feminist art historian Rozsika Parker ‘The Subversive Stitch – Embroidery and…

TPI Fridays at The Birdcage Cabaret

Neo-burlesque star Polly Rae launches TPI Fridays at The Birdcage Cabaret in Camden. A new year brings another brilliant new night out at The Birdcage Cabaret, this time in the form of the Thank Polly It’s Friday cabaret show starring Miss Polly Rae…

Highest of Highs Lowest of Lows Songs of Love & Life with Marek Rymaszewski

The perfect antidote to Valentine’s Day An evening of the most beautiful and extraordinary songs by musician Marek Rymaszewski whose remarkable life has experienced the highest of highs and lowest of lows. He is joined by West End leading lady Jane Horn. With…

Are Nerves Causing Parents to Close the Book on Story Time?

Monday, February 4, 2019. Stage fright may be causing parents to close the book on story time, according to a survey conducted by Chessington World of Adventures Resort of 2,000 parents and children across the country, with over a third…

British Indie Film ‘Do Something, Jake’ receives Award Nomination

The 3rd annual Midlands Movies Awards is due to take place at Hansom Hall in Leicester on Saturday 2nd March 2019 with ‘Do Something, Jake’ in the running for ‘Best Feature’. ‘Do Something, Jake’ is the first feature of screenwriter Caroline…

My Dad’s Gap Year Review

A father and son take an adventure of a lifetime in ‘My Dad’s Gap Year. Now playing at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, ‘My Dad’s Gap Year’ is a hilarious comedy about a father trying to bond with his…

David Adjaye: Making Memory

The Design Museum presents a new exhibition that explores the role of monuments and memorials in the 21st century, through seven projects by celebrated British-Ghanaian architect, Sir David Adjaye OBE. The exhibition features projects such as the Smithsonian National Museum…

Dinwalls Camden Under New Ownership

Dingwalls Camden under new ownership announces renovation plans and fresh musical programme. 2019 sees historic London venue Dingwalls entering a bold new era under brand new ownership. This latest chapter sees the storied venue receive a fresh burst of energy…

Green Book Film Review

Why is a film called ‘Green Book’? Because it deals with race and black and white relations of America in the early 1960’s. A Green Book was specifically, a guidebook printed for African-American motorists travelling in America’s south with recommendations…