EALING Music and Film Festival returns for its sixth year with a range of free and paid-for events in locations across the borough from February  7-11.
The line-up is:

February 7:  Free lunchtime recital from renowned pianist Emilie Capulet at St Mary’s Church.
February 8, 7.30pm: The Tippett Quartet, perform with violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen and pianist Julian Gallant.

February 8, 8pm: The Red Room, formerly The Ealing Club, hosts a selection of blues, funk and Southern-fried soul concerts from Northsyde and Mack featuring Tommy Hare and the renowned singer Robert Hokum

February 9, 7.30pm:  Ealing Youth Orchestra perform music by Dvorak and Strauss

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February 9, 8pm: West London premiere of the brand-new feature documentary Suburban Steps to Rockland:  Story of The Ealing Club

February 10, 7.30pm: The renowned Ealing Symphony Orchestra perform with baritone Keel WatsonGershwin’s Porgy and Bess
February 10, 11am: Popular location tour of the most filmed area in Britain, the Island Triangle 
February 11, 5pm: The Love2sing Choir, conducted by Elizabeth Lusty perform songs by Andrew Lloyd WebberLeonard CohenPaul Simon and many more

For tickets and information please visit http://www.ealingmusicandfilmfestival.org/