Festival 2018

Late-night Firebird

Thursday 6 December, 9.30–10.30pm (2018)

St John on Bethnal Green


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Shiva Feshareki presents a live turntable composition that she forms in the moment. Using her trademark turntabling techniques, she deconstructs Stravinsky into new forms and perspectives, using nothing other than the original composition on vinyl. Expect sonic manipulations that bend time and play with space and perspective, transforming The Firebird into new shapes that reveal its sculptural depths. Bar open late.

Joint Ticket Offer: Attend Late-night Firebird and Ringside Symphony for £15. Offer will be applied when both events are added to your basket.

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Venue information

St John on Bethnal Green

St John on Bethnal Green
200 Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green
E2 9PA
United Kingdom

Underground & Overground

Bethnal Green Station (1 min)
Cambridge Heath overground 
(3 mins)
Bethnal Green  Overground (7 mins)
Walking times are given in brackets.


To plan your quickest route by bus, use TFL’s journey planner.

Designed by Sir John Soane, St John on Bethnal Green was built between 1826 and 1828 and is home to the 14 Stations of the Cross. In providing both art classes for members of the community of any ability, and free exhibition space in The Belfry and North Gallery, St John’s encourages and facilitates many opportunities for local artists and performers to engage with the church and its surroundings.