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A FUNDRAISER for THE RED HEDGEHOG BIRTHDAY CONCERT RE-OPENING Monday 7 October, 8pm

“combines velvet touch and wide range of colour with complete understanding of phrasing and dynamic shading. This is someone who can really give the mechanical box of wires and wood a singing soul.”
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on  the anniversary of our original opening on 7 October, 2006

Schubert - Impromptu in c D899
Haydn -  Sonata in C, Hob XVI 50

Beethoven - Sonata in E, opus 109

Chopin - Nocturnes, opus 62

1 hour
followed by RECEPTION

with glass of wine & canapés


JAMES LISNEY

Piano recital



Small is beautiful

CLASSICAL MUSIC MAGAZINE 2007

The Red Hedgehog in north London harks back to its Viennese namesake by providing a convivial atmosphere for creative people – not to mention ideal acoustics for chamber music.

Andrew Stewart visits and reports

Read the article here

190921 Insanity & Song
£15 c/o WeGotTickets boxoffice@theredhedgehog.co.uk B/O  0208 348 5050 Mobile  07817 109093 Tickets Bookings Enquiries

Thornhill Pianos Islington for their kind support, Oxford Films for our Bechstein grand piano, pianist James Lisney for this concert and many other benefits in support of the venue since we opened, actor/author Simon Callow and many other celebrated artists and performers who over the years gave their valuable time and talent to help The Red Hedgehog stay alive in the midst of a 35% decline in grassroots London music venues since 2007.  We also thank the Ham & High, barrister Peter Thompson, Bob Hare, Highgate Councillor, Jane Adams, Chris Burgess, Mark Fortham, Rita Godfrey and many, many others for the steadfast affection and practical help given to the venue in recent years as we fought huge rent rises and threats of eviction.  
Finally, thanks to our loyal audience who made the fight to survive worthwhile.

We made it, in no small part thanks to you all.

The Red Hedgehog wishes to thank