info@kingsplace.co.uk Tel 020 7520 1440

Buy tickets to watch live shows at Kings Place from the comfort of your own home. You can also find our archive of free-to-watch videos.

Go to KPlayer

Just arrived on KPlayer

Sound Voice Project: In Conversation

Feature

Ahead of our Sound Voice Project concert on Fri 27 May, Sound Voice artistic director/composer Hannah Conway and writer Hazel…

Read the article

Sumida River in Sign Language

Feature

Now in its third edition, the bi-annual Noh Reimagined festival returns to Kings Place in June 2022. One of the…

Read the article

How Much Of You Is In Your Voice?

Feature

Hannah Conway, composer and artistic director of Sound Voice, considers voice as an inextricable part of all our identities, and…

Read the article

Noh, an Art of Contrasts

Feature

Diego Pellecchia, Associate Professor at Kyoto Sangyō University, introduces one of the oldest extant theatrical forms in the world.

Read the article

Singing Together

Feature

As part of our year-long 2022 Voices Unwrapped programme, we’re welcoming community, amateur and children’s choirs into our public spaces.

Read the article

An introduction to Mark Simpson's Darkness Moves

Feature

On Sat 11 Dec, leading composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson performs a programme of clarinet and electronics/loops featuring world premieres,…

Read the article

An introduction to Philip Cashian’s Volvelles

Feature

On Sat 11 Dec, leading composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson performs a programme of clarinet and electronics/loops featuring world premieres,…

Read the article

An introduction to Zoë Martlew's 'Atma'

Feature

On Sat 11 Dec, leading composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson performs a programme of clarinet and electronics/loops featuring world premieres,…

Read the article

Peter Sandberg

Interview

Swedish pianist Peter Sandberg brings his new project Midnattssol to Kings Place for the EFG London Jazz Festival. Ahead of…

Read the article

A post-Gutenberg programme: the music of insignificance

Feature

George Barton, one half of the electrifying GBSR Duo, introduces their upcoming AV Luminate show investigating human solitude and identity…

Read the article

The courage of creativity over conflict

Feature

Kevin Le Gendre traces the story of black music in London from the Roman army to Tomorrow’s Warriors.

Read the article

London and the invention of concert life

Feature

What made London such fertile ground for musicians from all over the world? And what key roles did those immigrants…

Read the article

Federico Colli

Q&A

Federico Colli is a favourite pianist among British music lovers and was a 2018 recipient of the UK Critics’ Circle…

Read the article

Christian Ihle Hadland

Q&A

Acclaimed pianist Christian Ihle Hadland has established himself as a true craftsman of the piano. At this year’s London Piano…

Read the article

Peggy Seeger Q&A

Q&A

Legendary folk singer, song writer and activist Peggy Seeger recalls her mother, composer Ruth Crawford Seeger, in a special event…

Read the article

Pavel Kolesnikov

Q&A

Rising Russian star Pavel Kolesnikov makes a keenly anticipated Kings Place recital debut with two signature composers, Couperin and Schumann,…

Read the article

Alexandra Dariescu

Q&A

World-class pianist Alexandra Dariescu brings her ground-breaking performance The Nutcracker and I to London Piano Festival, following its critically-acclaimed world premiere last…

Read the article

Soumik Datta

Q&A

Celebrated sarodist Soumik Datta returns to Kings Place in June as part of Songlines Encounters to explore the seasons and…

Read the article

Deborah Frances-White

Q&A

Deborah Frances-White hosts her live podcast, The Guilty Feminist, at Kings Place every month, and presents Global Pillage, the panel-show…

Read the article

Tempo Ticciati

Q&A

Hugo Ticciati is artist-in-residence for Time Unwrapped. Here he introduces his own curations and his fascination with the connection between…

Read the article

Howard Skempton

Q&A

Composer Howard Skempton’s 70th birthday is celebrated in a special concert this autumn. He reflects on a creative life that…

Read the article

A view from the bassline

Q&A

Award-winning cellist and director David Watkin brings his unique ‘continuo’ perspective to the exploration of Bach in three special events…

Read the article

News