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From Monday 9th to Saturday 14th July, the historical Devonshire Square will turn into a Mediterranean wine oasis as the campus will be hosting the first edition of the “Days of Wine and Mirth” Festival. Visitors will be able to enjoy the finest Provence Rosé in the relaxing atmosphere of the Vins de Provence pop-up bar, a tastefully appointed al fresco pink parlour that will be serving a selection of rosé wines from the Provence region, showcasing the quality and rich variety of the wines produced in Côtes de Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en Provence and Coteaux Varois en Provence. A unique assortment of deliciously refreshing Portuguese sangria will also be available at the Bacana Sangria pop-up bar which will be serving an exclusive version of the popular drink, produced entirely in Portugal by mixing the best wine grape varieties with a balanced diversity of citric fruits. Both the Vins de Provence and the Bacana Sangria pop-up bars will be open from 12.00 to 9.30pm and will be located in the picturesque surroundings of Devonshire Square’s Central Courtyard, London, EC2M 4YE. For more information on the “Days of Wine and Mirth” Festival, please contact the Devonshire Square Events Team on 02076450800.
9/07/2018: 12:30 PM
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On Thursday 21st June from 11am to 7pm, Devonshire Square will be hosting in its Central Courtyard a Supercar Showcase Event organised in partnership with London based supercar and lifestyle Club, Rotate and The Devonshire Club. There will be fantastic picture opportunities and the Rotate Club Team will be delighted to provide attendees with information on the cars’ features and the wide range of services available at their club.
21/06/2018: 11:00 AM
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From 14th June to 13th July, Devonshire Square will be celebrating the Football World Cup Championship 2018 with an eclectic programme of artistic performances by world class musicians and dancers representing World Cup-participating countries from all continents. All shows are free attendance and will take place in the atmospheric environment of Devonshire Square’s Western Courtyard at lunch time, from 1pm to 2pm. The dancing performances range from acrobatic Cossack dance to authentic Argentinian tango, from Parisian Moulin Rouge’s style dance to traditional Japanese Geisha’s dance accompanied by live shamisen music. The music programme features performances by original Peruvian pipe band Dele Titicaca, Senegalese musician Jali Fily Cissoko - a world renowned master of the 21 string West African kora – and a concert by Australian didgeridoos and djembes ensemble The Talking Trees. The participation of England to the World Cup will be marked by an energising performance by British tribute band The Complete Madness. Inspired by the international football tournament, the World Cup Festival of Cultures has been entirely curated by the Devonshire Square Events Team with the aim of promoting multiculturalism, diversity and inclusivity through the power of the arts. Visitors will also be able to enjoy live screening of selected World Cup matches at Devonshire Square’s iconic restaurants Cinnamon Kitchen, Kenza and Devonshire Terrace.
14/06/2018: 1:00 PM
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From Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd June, Devonshire Square will be hosting in its historical Western Courtyard an exclusive Oriental Silk Arts & Craft Exhibition organised in partnership with P&Y International Services Solutions Ltd. Visitors will have the chance to admire a wide range of some of the finest handcrafted silk products created by using the most traditional textile techniques dating back to the Song dynasty. A collection of fine crewel embroidery artworks by award winning artist Qian Liping will also be on show. The display will include the replica of the precious dark blue ceremonial robe belonging to Empress Wu (1115-1197), decorated with depictions of paired pheasant and bordered with red gauze featuring dragon patterns. The exhibition is meant to represent a retrospective journey from the traditional garments designs typical of the Song dynasty to the contemporary creations inspired by the imperial style, showcased during the China Fashion Week’s shows last February. The replicas of some of the national giftsets offered by the Chinese State to the world leaders during their official state visits to China will also be on display. The event is free attendance and registration is not required. Photo credit: © Patrizia Ilaria Sechi
1/06/2018: 9:00 AM
On Sunday 20th May, from 6pm to 9pm, the historical surroundings of Devonshire Square’s Western Courtyard will be the stage for a spectacular opera concert by Roman Tenor Yuri Sabatini. The talented Tenor, who has been delighting audiences with outstanding performances all over Europe, will take the spectators to a journey of discovery through some of the most romantic and intense songs ever written for the tenor voice. Sabatini will be accompanied by the Docklands Sinfonia Strings - conducted by Spencer Down - and by the velvet voice of uprising opera star Honey Rouhani, who recently made her West End debut in the role of Musetta in Puccini’s La Bohème at the Trafalgar Studios (Oliver Award Nominee).
20/05/2018: 6:00 PM
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