British actor Nicholas Hoult stars as J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the legendary novel The Lord of the Rings, in a film depicting his formative years. Written by Irish theatre writer David Gleeson and British writer Stephen Beresford.
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The London-based Philharmonia Orchestra, founded by classical record producer Walter Legge in 1945, will be performing works by Mahler, Ravel, Salonen, Sibelius, Shostakovich and Stravinsky under the direction of conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen. Violinist Sayaka Shoji will perform on January 23 and 28.
Irish comedian, actor and writer Ardal O’Hanlon is bringing his award-winning humour to the Good Heavens pub in Shimokitazawa. Called “highly entertaining and frequently brilliant” by the Irish Independent, O’Hanlon has headlined and hosted the BBC’s Live at the Apollo and recorded a one-man special for the US television network Comedy Central.
This exhibition features 72 curated works from the world-renowned Yoshino Gypsum Collection that showcase pastels from several 19th-century masters of impressionism, including Monet, Chagall and British artist Sisley, who called France home. Also of note are the landscapes of Picasso rarely seen anywhere else.
ARTWORK: ALFRED SISLEY ROW OF POPLARS AT MORET 1888 OIL ON CANVAS 54.0×73.0 CM