Special events at Heathrow
Throughout the year we have fun and engaging events to make your journey even better.
Caffè Nero - home of live music: November events
Caffè Nero in Terminal 2 will be home to exciting live music on various dates throughout November. Come along and enjoy some good food and be entertained at the same time. Unless otherwise stated, all performances start at 11.00am.
Corey Fox-Fardell - 8 and 23 November
Corey Fox-Fardell is a 19 year old singer-songwriter. Corey started learning the guitar at the age of 9 and started writing his own songs at the age of 14. Since then Corey studied music for two years at The Brit School,winning the Sony ATV songwriting competition for You Cannot Say. Influences include Ben Howard, Jose Gonzalez, Bon Iver, Pat Metheny and John Martyn to name a few.
Hannah Scott - 16 November - 10.30am
Much of the inspiration behind Hannah Scott’s music can be found in her affinity with Italy. A year living and working in Tuscany in her late teens provided the backdrop to her early work. Praise for Hannah’s distinctive voice, strong melodies and thought-provoking lyrics has arrived from influential publications such as MOJO and The Guardian.Her arresting live performances have earned her invitations to open for artists including Norah Jones, Ed Sheeran and 10cc.
Caffè Nero supporting Festival on the Move as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival, 14 -23 November
Young Piligrims - 15 November
Caffè Nero are supporting Festival on the Move as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival, 14-23 November.
Young Pilgrims, a modern day marching band who mix vibrant rootsy jazz, brass-heavy instrumentation and an eclectic mix of influences in their exhilarating sound will be energising coffee drinkers at the Terminal 2 store, Heathrow Airport on 15 November at 12.00pm. Make sure you come along and see them play.
Meet Sharon Bolton, author of A Dark and Twisted Tide
Monday 10 November 10.00 - 11.00 a.m. at WHSmith Terminal 5
The twisty, chilling new thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author.
Police sergeant Lacey Flint thinks she’s safe. She thinks her new job with the river police, and her new life on a house boat, will keep her away from danger. But she’s wrong.
When Lacey discovers a body in the water, and sinister offerings appear in her home, she fears someone is trying to expose her darkest secret. And the river is the last place she should be.
'Bolton is a gripping storyteller, with fine, haunted characters' Peter James