Professor Angela Moles “There is a future, it just looks different”
For World Environment Day we sat down with Professor Angela Moles, plant ecologist and presenter of This Sounds Like Science: Ecosystems in a Warming World, to discuss how our ecosystems are responding to climate change.
City Recital Hall is proud to support and promote initiatives for women in live performance production and events, and highlight our trainee and Production Assistant Morgan Higgin's early-career journey with us.
This year, we celebrate the 20th anniversary since the first opening of City Recital Hall. Join us as we commemorate the occasion with some of the notable people who have have played an integral part in our history.
Justine Clarke, joined by conductor George Ellis and his orchestra recently took to the City Recital Hall stage to tell the orchestral story of Mimi the magpie, before rocking out to some of Justine's classics.
As part of City Recital Hall’s 2019 artistic program we are producing and presenting Ears to the Ground, a new evening series of intimate, stripped-back gigs in our ground level bar and performance space.
Open House is a series of interactive events to make you laugh, think or just relax and enjoy. From music trivia and slam poetry sessions, to emerging songwriters and talks on current ideas and issues, Open House will help you unwind in style.