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Fri 15 Apr 2016

Garance, The Mitochondries and The Self Help Group perform at Sound Connections

St Pancras International’s annual free music programme, Sound Connections, returns once again to the station’s concourse to surprise and delight visitors and commuters alike.

Today's performers are:

  • 5:30pm Garance
  • 6:00pm The Mitochondries 
  • 6:30pm The Self Help Group
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Thu 14 Apr 2016

The Milk perform at Sound Connections along with a special guest

St Pancras International’s annual free music programme, Sound Connections, returns once again to the station’s concourse to surprise and delight visitors and commuters alike.

Today's performers are:

  • 5:30pm The Milk
  • 6:00pm Special Guest
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Fri 08 Apr 2016

Cosmo Sheldrake and Seven Tors perform at Sound Connections

St Pancras International’s annual free music programme, Sound Connections, returns once again to the station’s concourse to surprise and delight visitors and commuters alike.

Today's performers are:

  • 5:30pm Seven Tors
  • 6:00pm Cosmo Sheldrake
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Thu 07 Apr 2016

The Shining at Hatchards Book Club

It's our book loving passengers' favourite time of the month…the Hatchards Book Club! 

Anyone is welcome to come along and join us for an evening of discussion, wine and interpretation. 

The schedule and reading list for the day is:

  •   The Shining by Stephen King, 7pm

Members can enjoy a 10% discount off of everything in store!

For more information, please email stpancras@hatchards.co.uk.

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Thu 07 Apr 2016

Rocky Nti and Oh!Gunquit perform at Sound Connections

St Pancras International’s annual free music programme, Sound Connections, returns once again to the station’s concourse to surprise and delight visitors and commuters alike.

Today's performers are:

  • 5:30pm Rocky Nti
  • 6:00pm Oh!Gunquit
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Fri 01 Apr 2016

Free Easter Poetry Reading Event

To celebrate the opening of the Betjeman Poetry Prize 2016 competition for young people, co-judges Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and Queen's Gold Medal winner Imtiaz Dharker will be hosting a free poetry reading event on Friday 1st April.

Founded in 2006 to mark former Poet Laureate John Betjeman’s centenary, the Betjeman Poetry Prize attracts around 3,000 entries per year from children across the UK. Poet and architectural conservationist Betjeman saved St Pancras from demolition in the 1960s and the poetry reading will take place next to his statue on the Upper Concourse. 

2015 BPP winner and inaugural St Pancras Laureate Lucy Arnold Forster (14) will also be there to recite her second commissioned piece for the station.

The event is non-ticketed and will take place between 12pm and 1pm at the Sir John Betjeman statue on Friday 1st April.

We hope to see you there!

 

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