Special events in the terminals at Heathrow
Heathrow is the stage for fun and engaging events all year round to keep you entertained on your travels.
The Queen's birthday celebrations
From 1 June to 11 June 2016 Heathrow celebrates HRH: the Queen’s 90th Birthday.
To help commemorate this special occasion Heathrow has a number of events in each of the terminals. Passengers (and family too) will be invited to sign a message book - which will be delivered to Buckingham palace - as part of the celebrations.
Lookout for the giant replicas of the Queen's favourite handbag, which will be displayed in arrival areas in each of the Terminals that will lead you to the vintage book signing desks manned by our Passenger Ambassador Team from 06.00 to 21.00.
As well as this the Passenger Ambassador Team will be in our Terminals handing out mini-flags (pictured above) as well as make-your-own crowns for the kids.*
*While stocks last.
Caffè Nero - home of live music:
Caffè Nero in Terminal 2 Arrivals will be home to exciting live music on various dates throughout March. Enjoy some good food and be entertained at the same time. Unless otherwise stated, performances start at 10.30am.
Jake Thomas Turnbull - 28 May at 13.00
New and emerging singer songwriter Jake Thomas Turnbull released his debut single “One More Day” on February 12th which was met with a flourish of activity and interest in both the UK and overseas. Jake's single launch event in London was greatly received by an overflowing crowd at the Soho based venue. Impressing all that have listened to the new single it has since been aired on numerous radio stations across Europe and continues to attract ongoing attention. You will hear influences from James Blunt to Damian Rice alongside other great acoustic based UK singer songwriters. Having worked hard on the live North East circuit since early 2015, Jake recently moved to London to build his presence and audience further.
His debut album will be released later this year and is sure to attract further attention.
James Lascelles - 29 May at 13.00
Classically trained as a pianist and percussionist, globally taught and open to all styles, cultures and sounds, John Tavener gave him his first lessons in improvisation.
James has had the opportunity to play and record with some wonderful people and characters including Frank Zappa, L. Shankar, Joan Armatrading, Henry Levy, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Sly and Robbie, Junior Marvin, Paul Buckmaster, Snowy White, Shusha, Aska Kaneko, The Breakfast Band, Courtney Pine, Global Village Trucking Company, John Etheridge, Mick Glossop, John Porter and Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel (supporting The Rolling stones) among others.
Dave Hanson - 1 and 2 June both at 13.00
After touring with Mumford and Sons and Sheryl Crow as well as performing on the Tonight Show, Dave Hanson decided to leave his successful band The Dunwells to pursue his dream of making his own music. Spending the last 5 years touring across America provided Dave with inspiration to write and create his new album which has a laid back, rootsy vibe influenced by his love of JJ Cale, Dire Straits and The Black Keys. Working with producer Tim Palmer (U2, Pearl Jam, David Bowie), Hanson has succeeded in making an album of material that sounds warm and familiar but with a modern production value. Hanson’s easy going persona translates into his music which has a sophisticated and effortless feel – “Somebody once told me – Dave you’re so laid back, you’re Almost Horizontal!”
Selena S - 5 June at 13.00
Selena began singing regularly at school and church events and was rocked by the staggeringly positive responses to her voice. Encouraged strongly by her choir teacher, she began giving a career in music serious thought. After graduation, she picked up the guitar and focused on writing songs. “It was a huge challenge at first, but somehow it all came together my last year of college.”
In 2006, Selena independently released her debut self-titled album. After a nearly 10-year hiatus, Selena has released her latest single “Waiting in Vain,” a reimagined version of Bob Marley’s classic. Now that she resides in one of the most creative capitals in the world, Selena Seballo is ready to take the music world by storm.
Hannah H - 11 June at 10.00
hanna*h* is a collaborative project between UK musicians Hanna Knight and Tim Haines.The duo have produced a fantastic set of memorable songs that can not only get the hairs on your neck to stand on end, but also have you singing along to catchy melodies.
Their songs somewhere between pop, folk and indie with influences spanning across all genres. Hanna's effortless vocals put a unique spin on the whole project, somehow pulling all of these styles together
Wrenne - 12 June at 11.00
An "overnight" multiple-year success story, raised in Utah and the Mormon Church, she left for Europe as a 22-year-old on a whim of her imagination with a head full of questions and a heart open to the answers. Arrived in London with a guitar, 300 bucks and a phone number. She worked through survival, started to belong, became British. Honing her skills as a writer and vocalist, she grafted and crafted. Wrenne discovered her true voice and intent, spoke up and recognized who was family amongst the host of talented helpers, writers and producers along the way. Those collaborations comprise the album.
Colourshop Music - 25 June at 13.00
Hailing from a small town just outside Rome, Diego and Alfredo Salvati now ply their trade as Colourshop, a 2-piece band with influences ranging from Pink Floyd and the Beatles to Italian pop and world music.
Their uniqueness is driven by their Latin roots with compelling melodies and a synergy between the two brothers that delivers amazing harmonies and a tightness live, that sets them apart from the competition.
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