Social Programme

February 13, 2020

 Art exhibition by Samia AL-Shouli ** 15 – 17 February 2020 **

Dr. Samia Towfeek Al-Shouli is a Zebra resident. Not only is she a physician (clinical immunology and allergy) and author of 5 books but she is also an artist in the abstract world through the medium of sculpture as well as painting in oil and acrylic on canvas and fabric.

An exhibition of her work - Arwah Aberah – can be viewed at Old Brompton Gallery 238 Old Brompton Road, Kensington, London SW5 0DE between 15 and 17 February.

January 20, 2020

SOCIAL PROGRAMME – Spring 2020 Events

Tues 4th Feb 7.30pm - £27
Everybody's Talking About Jamie
Apollo Theatre
Sat 22nd Feb 11,00am - £12
Kensington Palace Tour
Tues 10th March 7.30pm - £22
The Lion King
The Lyceum Theatre
Sat 21st March 3.30pm - £22
Tutankhamun Exhibition
Saatchi Gallery
Mon 23rd March 7.00pm - £14
The Visit
National Theatre
December 4, 2019

Social programme

The Winter Social Programme is now in full swing, with some events having already sold out. We do have some tickets remaining for the following events:

THEATRE: ‘MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS’ at the Lyttleton, National Theatre.  Monday 16th December. 7.30pm.  TICKETS: £10

In a grubby tearoom in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in 1950, two years after the start of apartheid, this gentle, but very powerful play explores the the tensions, sadness, anger and humour of those times.

THEATRE: ‘A CHRISTMAS CAROL’ at the Old Vic Theatre. Monday 6th January. 7.00pm. TICKETS: £24

Christmas in London wouldn’t be complete without Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol. This year, Matthew Warchus' smash-hit production of the classic holiday tale returns to London's Old Vic for a limited festive run. There is no better way to get in the holiday spirit than with A Christmas Carol, Dickens’ masterful tale of redemption.

We are now planning the programme for the New Year, and we are hoping to have some reasonably priced opera and ballet tickets to announce for the Spring.

November 18, 2019


The London Pavilion – Saturday 30th November – 10.30am. Tickets: £15

This extraordinary exhibition divides opinion, but its impact is undeniable.

Containing about twenty bodies in total, the exhibition uses real human bodies that have been preserved permanently by a process called "polymer preservation" (commonly referred to as "plastination"). The subjects are donors who have voluntarily submitted their bodies to the process and agreed to their exhibition.

Thought-provoking and educational, exhibition has been seen all over the world.

We have a limited number of tickets for the 10.30am time slot on Saturday 30th November.

Email your name. full address and the number of tickets you require.