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Empire Way Wembley, London, EN, GB, HA9 0NH

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»Wembley Stadium Tours

April 21, 2015 11:59 PM

Stadium Way
London, HA9 0WS

»Lo Fang

April 21, 2015 7:30 PM

Matthew Hemerlein is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist who creates electronic soul music under the moniker Lo-Fang. Projecting his deeply rooted R&B, folk and classical music influences through a modern pop filter, the Baltimore, Maryland-based artist he captured a distinctive indie-electro sound on his debut album, Blue Film. After the record was released with 4AD in 2014, Lo-Fang earned a crossover following made up of electronica, indie pop and soul audiences and subsequently embarked on a national tour in support of Lorde.

310 Uxbridge Road
London, W12 7LJ

»The Skints

April 21, 2015 7:00 PM

Even though the idea to form a ska band was planted in the minds of by a group of friends while they were still in high school, London-based outfit The Skints didn't officially settle on a lineup and start releasing music until 2007. Recieving attention from BBC Radio 1 DJs early in the band's career, The Skints managed to find a rather sizable fan base from the get go. With dub-influenced bass lines, female vocals and mod-revival fashion sensibilities, the band has done a respectable job launching itself into the public's consciousness and with more time under its belt, the group's success will undoubteldy only continue to grow.

Shepherd's Bush Green
London, W12 8TT

»Controlled Release

April 21, 2015 8:30 AM

Following on from our previous events, SMi’s is proud to present their Controlled Release Conference taking place on 20th & 21st April 2015. This two day forum is set to bring together key industry leaders from big pharma companies, biotech companies and academia discussing ground breaking topics looking at advances made in the field of research in the treatment of diseases and how to overcome the challenges involved when developing controlled release formulations. This is a must attend event if you want to be at the fore front of the latest research and development as well as networking with industry innovators who are leading the way on current activities and trends in this arena. Key Presentation Highlights include:• Spotlight on innovations in oral drug delivery systems• Learn how to achieve optimal parenteral drug delivery outcomes• Discover new and novel platforms to overcome the challenges of long term drug delivery• Examine how GlaxoSmithKline are achieving successes in ocular delivery over a long period of timeOur Speaker Line Up Includes:• Professor Howard Stevens, Emeritus Professor, University of Strathclyde• Dr Ian Catchpole, Senior Investigator BioPharm Innovation, GlaxoSmithKlineDr Daniel Schweizer, PhD, Functional Lead, Technical Research & Development, Biologics Process R&D,Pharmaceutical Development, Novartis AG• Teófilo Vasconcelos, Senior Formulation Scientist - Pharmaceutical Development, R&D Department, Bial• Dr Morten Allesø, Principal Pharmaceutical Researcher, Biologics and Pharmaceutical Science, H. LundbeckA/S• Dr Sabine May, Scientific Assistant, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma• Professor Abla Creasey, PhD, Senior Scientific Director, Primary Container & Drug Delivery Systems/PDMS, JanssenHow to Register:Contact Kinga Gradalska on +44 (0) 20 7827 6192Early birds saving:Book before 19th December to save £400Book before 30th January to save £200Book before 27th February save £100

128 King Henry's Road
London, NW3 3ST

»Adaptive Designs In Clinical Trials

April 21, 2015 8:30 AM

With a serious decline in only 1 in 10 drugs successfully passing phase II/III of clinical trials, there is increasing pressure to bring drugs quickly into the market and reduce the cost of drug development. This conference offers the perfect platform to hear strategies such as “Seamless Adaptive Designs” and “Group –Sequential Adaptive Designs” which are areas that improve the efficiency of drug development. This conference will review the drug development process and provide a detailed discussion of how adaptive designs are changing the development process. The main focus of the presentation will be to explore the role of adaptive sample sizing; in particular, why it is important to consider the need to reassess sample sizes during the course of a trial.>>>>Key Presentation Highlights include:• Understand the objectives of Adaptive Licensing and MAPPs as the “breakthrough” designations to accelerate the approval of new medicines.• Learn how Bayesian Belief Networks can support reliability management and decision making.• Discover novel techniques in CARA and Seamless Adaptive Designs and Bayesian Bandit models to optimize efficiency in dosefinding strategies.• Benefit from the talks of industry leaders and CEO’s in clinical leadership and how real world evidence can improve adaptivePLUS TWO POST CONFERENCE INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP(AM) Bayesian Adaptive Clinical Designs and StrategiesWorkshop Leader: Dr. Sophie Carr, MD and Principal Analyst, Bays Consulting Ltd(PM) Winning with Adaptive Trial Strategies and Clinical Compliance across the Evolving International Regulatory LandscapeWorkshop Leader: Robert Clay, Consultant, Highbury RegulatoryEarly bird saving:Book before 19th December to save £400Book before 30th January to save £200Book before 27th February to save £100

128 King Henry's Road
London, NW3 3ST

»Karmacoma Presents // Dan Owen + Daisy Victoria + Rose Betts

April 21, 2015 8:00 PM

21.04 KarmaComa presents // Dan Owen + Daisy Victoria + Rose Betts @ Notting Hill Arts Club

21 Notting Hill Gate
London, W11 3JQ

»Masachi Nishiyama Piano Recital At Leighton House Museum

April 21, 2015 7:30 PM

A London-based Japanese pianist, Masachi Nishiyama will be giving her piano solo recital at one of the most remarkable buildings of the 19th century, Leighton House in Holland Park.=PROGRAMME= * Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, Op. 13 "Pathetique"* Toru Takemitsu - Rain Tree Sketch II* Claude Debussy - Image book II---- Interval -----* Edvard Grieg - Ballades Op. 24* Cecile Chaminade - "Automne" Études de concert, Op.35 No.2* Morits Moszkowski - Caprice espagnol, Op. 37Masachi Nishiyama is increasingly gaining recognition for her work both as soloist and as a collaborative pianist. She has performed at numerous prestigious venues in the UK and Japan and peformed at many music festivals worldwide. She has gained special distinction for her many performances of Bach's 'Goldberg Variations'. Her wide repertoire includes music up to the present day and she is an extremely active collaborative musicians, recently she has performed Beethoven's all sonatas for piano and violin at a concerts in London. Masachi studied at Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo, The Royal Academy of Music and The Royal College of Music in London.Her main teacher has been Hidemitsu Hayashi, James Lisney and Yonty Solomon. www.masachinishiyama.comQuite Stunning ~ Music & VisionMasachi Nishiyama is a most engaging performer, demonstrating superb control and sympathy with the music" ~ Classical Source *Leighton House Museum is the former home of the Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896). The only purpose-built studio-house open to the public in the United Kingdom, it is one of the most remarkable buildings of the nineteenth century, containing a fascinating collection of paintings and sculpture by Leighton and his contemporaries.

12 Holland Park Road
London, W14 8LZ


April 21, 2015 8:00 PM

Circolombia is a circus troupe that is known for its extravagant performances as well as its community engagement. Infused with genuine Latin insprations, the team offers a blend of classic and state-of-the-art circus fare. In addition to its performances, Circolumbia offers workshops and training and even donates half of its profits to its professional circus school that was founded to help young focus and ultimately succeed.

Chalk Farm Road
London, NW1 8EH

»Experimental Musics Camden Town

April 21, 2015 8:00 PM

Blurt – former John Peel faves and Factory Records signings, with over a dozen albums to their name, dada poet Ted Milton's Blurt are undoubtedly South London's finest psycho-funk-afro-punk-fake-nowave-pogo-jazz trio. "Blurt are to white funk and white noise what Towering Inferno was to be bee-keeping" – David Quantick, NMEGraham Dunning & Colin Webster – Collaboration between sound artist and experimental turntablist with improvising sax player. Last year's Estigate album on Linear Obsessional Recordings garnered praise from 6Music's Stuart Maconia and the Avant Music News, the latter calling it a "soundtrack of things confronted in their raw state."Far Rainbow – Improvising duo from London, between the cosmic drones of Popul Vuh and the exploratory freeform ruminations of Alice Coltrane. Music made from wind, rain, crackle, buzz, and feedback.

1 Malden Road
London, NW5 3HS

»Jake Isaac

April 21, 2015 7:30 PM

49 Chalk Farm Road
London, NW1 8AN

»Bertrand Lavier: Fountain 2014

April 21, 2015 10:00 AM

Kensington Gardens
London, W2 3XA

»Pascale Marthine Tayou: Boomerang

April 21, 2015 10:00 AM

Kensington Gardens
London, W2 3XA
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