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Britain’s Got Fashion

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Britain’s Got Fashion The Cockpit
24/25 August Tickets £10/8
The Camden Fringe 2017

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More reality than reality TV

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Six ambitious women sell their souls and sisterhood for their claim to fifteen minutes of celebrity fame. But how do they survive when the outside world threatens to blow their facile dreams apart?

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Show Times 21.00
Duration
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Gateforth St, Marylebone, London NW8 8EH
020 7258 2925


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Summer Music Festival Bernie Grant Arts Centre
24 – 26 Aug Tickets from Free to £5

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Music, Party, Fun provided by Afro-beat and world music

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Things kick off with Tumbao Tivoli, a sensational London-based trio bringing the authentic sounds of Santiago de Cuba to Tottenham. There are free salsa dancing workshops before the show.

Friday 25 August will be a celebration of some of the best U.K.-based Afrobeats artists with Take Me Home, a night of live performances emceed by Empire Sounds.

Free of Charge: Saturday 26 August will be an extraordinary afternoon of free music in partnership with Ghana Youth Day headlined by Afrobeats royalty Fuse ODG and more. For children, there will be face painting and a bouncy castle as well as an open-air market by The African Market.

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Show Times 19.00 21.00
Duration
Age

Bernie Grant Arts Centre
Town Hall Approach Road
Tottenham Green
London, N15 4RX
020 8365 5450

boxoffice@berniegrantcentre.co.u

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Caribbean Food Festival Brixton
25-26 Aug 2 Sept Free

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This unique event is the perfect way to celebrate Caribbean Food Week 2017. Apart from the jerk pans enjoy jerk popcorn.

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Bring the family and enjoy an exciting mix of cookery demonstrations, live music, Caribbean street food plus an authentic Caribbean market. You’ll also be able to pick up money-off vouchers to stock-up on your favourite products after Caribbean Food Week.
Caribbean chefs will also be on hand with live cookery demonstrations, and you’ll even have the chance to pick up some handy hints about how to make great-tasting Caribbean food at home.

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Show Times 11.00 – 19.00
Duration
Age Family friendly

Windrush Square
SW2.

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Funzing Paint Jam Carnival Special – Secret Location
26 Aug Tickets from £35

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In honour of the weekend’s Notting Hill Carnival, Paint Jam London is bringing you a colourful, tropical inspired Paint Jam night!

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Paint Jam night is a quirky night out in our pop-up art studio. A unique social painting workshop with a bar, a DJ spinning tunes and paints a-flowing. Everyone gets to paint their own canvas to a theme, get creative, mingle and go home with an original artwork.

£35 including art supplies, protective T-shirt and rum cocktail reception;
£55 including art supplies, protective T-shirt, rum cocktail reception and prosecco.

location revealed on booking.

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Admission 19.00 – 22.00
Duration
Age 18+

020 3637 3306

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Bite Your Tongue Hackney Showroom
31 Aug – 02 Sep Tickets £15

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In a city fracturing under the weight of hate and fear, a movement grows.
How long can we bite our tongues?

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A new tower can be spotted on the skyline, nestled in between the glittering symbols of the city’s wealth and power.
Built by different hands.
Occupied by different bodies.
As the media becomes more divisive and political leaders lay blame on ‘both sides’, Bite Your Tongue asks whether we should find ways to come together or express ourselves on our own terms.

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Show Times 19.30
Duration
Age

Hackney Showroom,
Hackney Downs Studios,
Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT
020 3095 9747

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The Art of the Brick–DC Superheroes Doon Street Car Park
Until 10 Sept Tickets from £12.50

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The world’s largest lego exhibition is on.

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More than two million Lego bricks turned into works of art inspired by DC superheroes and villains

Find Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, as well as their arch rivals the Joker and Harley Quinn

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Admission 10.00
Duration
Age

Doon St, Lambeth
London SE1 9PP
0333 247 0620

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The Unknown Island Gate Theatre
11 Sep – 07 Oct Tickets £10 – £7.50

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Some ocean-going adventure, looking for the impossible, as if we were still living in the days when the sea was dark

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A man asks a king for a boat, so he can go further than the furthest thing, to find the unknown island. This is a story of a journey; of the epic distances we can feel between each other, and of a need to re-imagine the world.

The Unknown Island is adapted from Nobel Laureate José Saramago’s inventive and beautiful short story, The Tale of The Unknown Island.

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Show Times 19.30
Duration
Age

Gate Theatre
11 Pembridge Road
Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3HQ
020 7229 0706

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+/- Human Dance Roundhouse
Until 28 Aug Tickets from £15

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How do you know that something is alive?
Multi award-winning Wayne McGregor choreographs this striking new dance show.

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+/- Human is an immersive installation that plays host to an incredible live dance performance.
All performances are standing only and audience members can move around the space.

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Show Times 19.00 21.00 Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance
Duration 60 mins
Age All ages
Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8EH
0300 678 9222

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DIRTY.TAP.FUNK Bunker Theatre
22 Aug 2 Sept Tickets from £10

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What happens when you combine four of the most talented dancers in the U.K. with a heavy duty pop funk combo in the heat of a London summer’s night?

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We’re about to find out, as Dirty.Tap.Funk. takes over the late night slot at the Bunker for a three-week residency. With sassy moves and sultry sounds, Dirty.Tap.Funk will have you on your feet dancing to the beat! With a Dirty Martini from our bar, it’s the perfect way to finish your night out.

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Show Times 20.30 21.00
Duration
Age

THE BUNKER
53a Southwark Street
London, SE1 1RU
boxoffice@bunkertheatre.com
0207 234 0486

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Buy A Revolver Rich Mix
1-2 Sept Tickets £8

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Buy a Revolver is an interactive audio adventure telling the story of the remarkable Constance Markievicz, who – whilst in prison – was the first woman elected to the British Parliament.

‘You will go out into the world and get elected onto as many public bodies as possible…Dress suitably in short skirts and strong boots, leave your jewels in the bank and buy a revolver.’

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Constance was an ambitious and important activist, heavily involved in the revolutionary nationalist movement in Ireland; she was jailed and originally sentenced to death for her role in the 1916 Easter Rising, although she was later recommended mercy “solely and only on account of her sex.” When she was elected to the British House of Commons, Constance refused to take her seat, instead joining her Sinn Féin colleagues to create a new parliament.

Experienced through a mobile phone, Buy a Revolver tells the astounding story of a woman confined and fighting to liberate herself, her sex and her country. As audiences listen to the piece, meeting Constance herself, they will be led on a physical journey exploring confinement, the acts of looking out and looking in, revolution and risk.

Buy a Revolver is a mobile phone-based interactive experience. The show will be experienced by small groups together through an app on each person’s mobile phone.

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Show Times Various confirm at booking
Duration
Age

35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA
Phone: 020 7613 7498

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Byron Wallen And Addictive TV Rich Mix
07 Sep August Tickets from £10
Certain Blacks Harlem Festival

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Byron Wallen plays a tribute to Langston Hughes alongside his award winning, innovative band Indigo and guests Addictive TV

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Langston Hughes was an American poet, novelist, and playwright whose African-American themes made him a primary contributor to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s.

Addictive TV will present their AV venture ‘Orchestra of Samples’. Five years in the making of their project, duo Addictive TV filmed over 200 musicians around the world in more than 25 different countries, then sampled the thousands of hours of recordings to create new music of incredible fusions, from jazz to hip-hop, where audiences actually see the sampled musicians on screen.

more info www.byronwallen.co.uk /  www.certainblacks.com

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Show Times 19.30
Duration
Age

35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA
020 7613 7498

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Invisible Man – Crying In The Wilderness Rich Mix
10 Sep Tickets from £10
Certain Blacks Harlem Festival

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One man’s final attempt to legitimize his humanity through subterfuge and art

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Based upon Ralph Ellison’s seminal novel The Invisible Man this adaptation for stage will go way beyond portraying the experiences of an individual, but of a shared human condition that speaks directly to our time. Illegally occupying the basement of an attractive apartment block, we are introduced to the nocturnal world of the Invisible Man who boasts of successfully divesting himself of all emotional ties to mainstream society. However, after existing underground for some years our protagonist is suddenly possessed by a compulsion for visibility again, to break free from his life of hibernation and isolation in order to confront head on the forces that originally drove him underground.

more info  www.certainblacks.com
cryinginthewildernessproductions.com/invisibleman

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Show Times 19.30
Duration
Age 16+

35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA
020 7613 7498

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So U Think I’m CraZy? Ovalhouse
18 -21 Sept Tickets £12.50

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So U Think I’m CraZy? is a hard-hitting, emotive play exploring the issues surrounding mental health in Britain today told through the eyes of a young black man.

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Using dance, poetry and music this multi-sensory experience will take you from the streets of London to the secure wing of a psychiatric hospital.

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Show Times Sat 19.30
Duration
Age

52-54 KENNINGTON OVAL LONDON SE11 5SW.
BOX OFFICE: 020 7582 7680

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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power Tricycle
25-30 Aug Tickets £10.00

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This riveting sequel to the 2006’s An Inconvenient Truth follows Al Gore as he travels the world attempting to combat climate change.

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Ten years after his original Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore remains deeply committed to publicising the oncoming perils of climate change and the chance to do something practical about it.

Footage of Barack Obama and Donald Trump’s efforts conversely to address and refute the fact of climate change are equally chilling, which is ironic considering that the fifteen hottest years on record have occurred since 2001. Sobering and heartening in equal measure.

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Show Times 19.00
Duration 98 mins
Age

The Tricycle Theatre
269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
email: info@tricycle.co.uk
Nearest tube: Kilburn (Jubilee Line)
Nearest overground: Brondesbury

 

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PENETRATING EUROPE, OR MIGRANTS HAVE TALENT Cockpit
26-27 Aug Tickets £8/6
Camden Fringe

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Penetrating Europe, or Migrants Have Talent is a mix of mock talent show and verbatim theatre

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Based on stories of undocumented migration to the UK. Our plucky migrants will try to persuade you to let them stay using a combination of soulful singing, funky dancing and terrible magic tricks. Molodyi Teatr London is a Ukrainian-British theatre group.

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Show Times Sat 19.00 Sun 17.30
Duration
Age

Gateforth Street
London NW8 8EH
Box Office: 020 7258 2925

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SORRY I KILLED YOUR CAT @ Cockpit

20 – 22 Aug  Tickets £8/6
Edinburgh Preview

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When a new couple move into a north London apartment block their neighbours are quick to invite them over for dinner, though not all is as it seems.

Just hope you’re never invited to dinner

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Packed full of laughs, drama and dead animals, Sorry, I Killed Your Cat, is a hilarious piece of new writing about keeping up false appearances, broken relationships, alcohol and “accidentally” killing cats.

It will leave you hoping that you never get invited to a dinner party ever again.

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Show Times 19.00
Duration
Age

Gateforth St, Marylebone, London NW8 8EH
020 7258 2925
mail@thecockpit.org.uks

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The Place is Here @ South London Gallery
Until 10 Sept Free

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A thrilling collection of pieces made by black and diaspora artists that raises questions about identity, representation and the purpose of culture remain vital today.

The starting-point for The Place is Here is the 1980s: a pivotal decade for British culture and politics. Spanning painting, sculpture, photography, film and archives, the exhibition brings together works by 25 artists.

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The exhibition traces a number of conversations that took place between black artists, writers and thinkers as revealed through a broad range of creative practice. Against a backdrop of civil unrest and divisive national politics, they were exploring their relationship to Britain’s colonial past as well as to art history. Together, they show how a new generation of practitioners were positioning themselves in relation to different discourses and politics.

Turner Prize nominee Lubaina Himid’s ‘We Will Be’ – a woman in defiant pose sets the tone for the exhibition.

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Admission Tue-Sun 11.00-18.00 | Late 11.00-21.00 Weds and Last Fri of the month
Duration
Age

dl gallery guide

65 Peckham Rd
London
SE5 8UH
020 7703 6120

A Handful of Dust @Whitechapel Gallery
Until 7 Sept Free

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A Handful of Dust is a speculative history of the 20th century, tracing a visual journey through the imagery of dust from aerial reconnaissance, wartime destruction and natural disasters to urban decay, domestic dirt and forensic

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The exhibition features works by over 30 artists and photographers including Marcel Duchamp, Walker Evans, Robert Filliou, Mona Kuhn, Man Ray, Gerhard Richter, Sophie Ristelhueber, Aaron Siskind, Shomei Tomatsu, Jeff Wall and Nick Waplington alongside magazine spreads, press photos, postcards and film clips.

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Admission Tues – Sunday 11.00 – 18.00
Duration
Age

77-82 Whitechapel High St,
London E1 7QX
020 7522 7888

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SOUL OF A NATION: ART IN THE AGE OF BLACK POWER @ Tate Modern
Until 22 Oct Tickets from £15/13

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Soul of a Nation shines a bright light on the vital contribution of Black artists to a dramatic period in American art and history

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The show opens in 1963 at the height of the Civil Rights movement and its dreams of integration. In its wake emerged more militant calls for Black Power: a rallying cry for African American pride, autonomy and solidarity, drawing inspiration from newly independent African nations.

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Admission 10.00 – 18.00
Duration
Age

Bankside, London SE1 9TG
+44 20 7887 8888

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Bophirima @Brunei Gallery 
Until 23 August Free

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Photographs by South African artist Mohau Modisakeng

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Admission Tuesday – Saturday: 10.30 – 17.00 Late night Thursday until 20:00
Duration
Age

Exhibition Rooms
SOAS University of London
10 Thornhaugh Street,
Russell Square
WC1H 0XG
(0)20 7898 4046

 

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People Power: Fighting for Peace @ IWM
Until 28 August Tickets £10/5

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A journey from the First World War to the present day, exploring how peace movements have influenced perceptions of war and conflict

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From conscientious objectors to peace camps and modern day marches, Fighting for Peace tells the stories of passionate people over the past one hundred years and the struggles they have endured for the anti-war cause.

Over three hundred objects including paintings, literature, posters, placards, banners, badges and music reveal the breadth of creativity of anti-war protest movements, reflecting the cultural mood of each era.

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Admission 10.00 – 18.00
Duration
Age

IWM London
Lambeth Road
London SE1 6HZ

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Edmund Clark: War of Terror @ IWM
Until 28 August Free Entry

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This thought-provoking exhibition brings together several series of work by artist-photographer Edmund Clark to explore the hidden experiences of state control during the ‘Global War on Terror’.

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The exhibition brings together work including images and documents of CIA operated secret prisons or ‘black sites’, photographs from the detention camps at Guantanamo Bay, correspondence from around the world sent to a British detainee in Guantanamo that was transformed by the censorship and intervention of the US military, and the experience of a ‘controlled person’ who was placed in a house in suburban England under the restrictive conditions of a control order – a form of house arrest or detention without trial – introduced in 2005.

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Admission 10.00 – 18.00
Duration
Age

IWM London
Lambeth Road
London SE1 6HZ


Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill @ Wyndham’s Theatre
Until 09 Sept Tickets from £23

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Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill is a play with music by Lanie Robertson, recounting some events in the life of Billie Holiday.

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It is 1959, in a small, intimate bar in Philadelphia. Billie Holiday puts on a show that unbeknownst to the audience, will leave them witnesses to one of the last performances of her lifetime.  Through her poignant voice and moving songs, one of the greatest jazz singers of all-time shares her loves and her losses.

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Show Times 19.45 | 14.45
Duration
Age

32-36 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA
0844 482 5120

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Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction @ Barbican Centre
Until 01 Sept Tickets £14.50 /cons

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The genre-defining exhibition of art, design, film and literature.

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Uncover the mysterious lands of Jules Verne and Ray Harryhausen where Science Fiction narratives first took root. Venture on an odyssey into our solar system, with vintage artwork promoting Soviet visions of space alongside immersive work by Soda_Jerk. Visit a gallery of aliens, and stand alongside iconic spacesuits from a galaxy of blockbusters including Star Trek and Interstellar.

Imagine dystopian worlds with Margaret Atwood and 28 Days Later. Then, with nowhere left to explore but human consciousness, delve deep and experience the transformation and mutation of the body through the eyes of Jack Kirby and Ex Machina.

Curated by historian and writer Patrick Gyger, this festival-style exhibition consists of more than 800 works, many of which have never been seen in the UK before. Continuing across the Centre, it includes artwork from Isaac Julien, Larissa Sansour and Conrad Shawcross, and an installation from the creators of Black Mirror.

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Admission 10.00
Duration
Age

Concessions: £12.00
Students/14-17: £12.00
Art Fund Members: £12.00
Under 14s: £5.00
Under 5s: Free

Barbican Centre
Silk St
London
EC2Y 8DS
020 7638 4141

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Sergey Ponomarev: A Lens on Syria @ IWM
Until 03 Sept Free admission

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Exhibition. Photographs by award-winning Russian documentary photographer Sergey Ponomarev, featuring more than 60 unforgettable colour photographs from two recent bodies of work.

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The exhibit covers

‘Assad’s Syria’ offers a rare insight into what life was really like for people living in Government-controlled areas of Syria in 2013-2014.

‘The Exodus’ captures the determination, endurance and suffering of people from Syria and elsewhere who sought asylum and a better life in Europe in 2015-2016.

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Admission 10:00 last admission 17:00

Imperial War Museum
Lambeth Rd
London
SE1 6HZ
020 7416 5000

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Chris Ofili: Weaving Magic @ National Gallery
Until 28 August Free admission

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Exhibition. Turner Prize winner Chris Ofili unveils a new tapestry, handwoven by Dovecot Tapestry Studio

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Ofili has been collaborating with the internationally renowned Dovecot Tapestry Studio to see his design translated into a handwoven tapestry. The imagery reflects Ofili’s ongoing interest in classical mythology and the stories, magic, and colour of the Trinidadian landscape he inhabits.

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Admission 10:00 – 18:00 Fri 10:00 – 21:00

08 May, Curator’s introduction to Chris Ofili – 13–13:45pm
20 May, Weaving the Magic Workshop 14:00 attendees have the opportunity to discover the creative process of weaving a tapestry,

Trafalgar Square
London
WC2N 5DN
020 7747 2885

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Telling Her Story @ Royal Festival Hall
29 Aug – 26 Sept Sessions £10

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Workshops. Get in touch with your creativity in poet Rachel Long’s exclusive space for women of colour. Rachel has curated a new series centred on reading, writing and poetry.

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The workshops in Rachel’s new series are:

Tuesday 29 August
What is an image of summer without the sun? This session is dedicated in part to poems from Melissa Lee-Houghton’s collection Sunshine (Penned in the
Margins, 2016).

Tuesday 26 September
How can we communicate the incommunicable through poetry?

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Age 18+
For black and minority ethnic women only.
Admission 18:30 – 20:30

Tickets £10 per session or £50 when booking for all 6 sessions
booking fee: £1.75 (Members £0.00)

Royal Festival Hall
Level 3 Function Room
Belvedere Road SE1 8XX
Tel: +44 (0)20 7960 4200

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Queer British Art @ Tate Britain
Until 01 Oct | Tickets from £15

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Art. The first exhibition dedicated to queer British art

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Deeply personal and intimate works are presented alongside pieces aimed at a wider public, which helped to forge a sense of community when modern terminology of ‘lesbian’, ‘gay’, ‘bisexual’ and ‘trans’ were unrecognised. Together, they reveal a remarkable range of identities and stories, from the playful to the political and from the erotic to the domestic.

Featuring works from 1861–1967 relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) identities, the show marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England. Queer British Art explores how artists expressed themselves in a time when established assumptions about gender and sexuality were being questioned and transformed.

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Admission 10:00 – 18:00

Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG

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Stan Firm Inna Inglan Tate Britain
Until 19 Nov | Free admission

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Exhibition. Explore the experience of those who travelled from the Caribbean and West Africa to live in London

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This display brings together works from the 1960s and 1970s by eight photographers who documented Black communities in London: Raphael Albert, Bandele ‘Tex’ Ajetunmobi, James Barnor, Colin Jones, Neil Kenlock, Dennis Morris, Syd Shelton and Al Vandenberg.

The photographs reveal the many and varied experiences of individuals who travelled from the Caribbean region and West Africa to live in London, from everyday family life to political engagement. They show people as they respond to, react against and move beyond the racial tension and exclusion that were part of life for Black communities in the British capital. The title of the display, ‘Stan Firm inna Inglan’, is taken from the poem It Dread inna Inglan by Linton Kwesi Johnson, who in the 1970s gave a voice and poetic form to the Afro-Caribbean diaspora and its resistance in the face of racism. The poem expresses in Jamaican patois (creole) the resolve of African, Asian and Caribbean immigrants to ‘stand firm in England’, asserting the determination of Black British communities to remain in Britain and declare it as their rightful home.

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Open 10:00 – 18:00 daily

Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG
020 7887 8888

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Thames RIB Speed Boat Cruises
London Eye Waterloo Millennium Pier | Current

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Experience. Let your adrenaline levels go through the roof during a 50-minute white-knuckle ride on the Thames River.

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Feel your excitement heighten as the boat’s engine roars into life and propels you toward iconic London landmarks like Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and St Paul’s Cathedral. Gaze at the sharp spire of the Shard as you reach speeds of up to 35 miles (56 km) per hour. Listen to fascinating commentary during slower periods of sailing and glide under the monumental Tower Bridge as your skipper yanks back the throttle and accelerates to high-velocity speeds. Gasp as your skipper performs break-neck turns and wave jumps, and then catch your breath during a brief interlude at Canary Wharf. Enjoy a leisurely cruise back to the boat’s original departure point

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Departure hourly 10:00 – 12:00 then 15:00 and 17:00
Running time 50 mins

Tickets from $53

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Robots
The Science Museum | To 03 Sep 2017

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Exhibition. Robots reveal’s the astonishing 500-year quest to make machines human.

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Exhibits from the dawn of mechanised human forms to cutting-edge technology fresh from the lab. Focusing on why they exist rather than on how they work, this blockbuster exhibition explores the ways robots mirror humanity and the insights they offer into our ambitions, desires, and position in a rapidly changing world.

An incredible journey spanning five centuries, illustrated with robotic artifacts from around the globe. From a 16th century mechanised monk to some of film’s most iconic robotic creations and the very latest humanoids, Robots will make you look at yourself and society in a whole new way.

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Entry 10:00 – 18:00
Tickets adults £15 | kids £13 Under 7’s free
Museum Lates: Adults Only from £ £7:50 | £6:50 concs | £7:00 seniors. Last Wednesday of each month until August

Science Museum
Exhibition Road
South Kensington
London, SW7 2DD

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What’s on Wildlife Photographer of the Year*
Natural History Museum | To 10 Sept 2017

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Exhibition. 100 exceptional images, revealing the astonishing diversity of life on our planet.

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From intimate portraits to dramatic landscapes, see how photographers’ passion for the natural world produces startling images.

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Admission 10:00 -17:50
Tickets Adults from £10.50 | Child & concs from £6.50 | Family from £27.00

The Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
SW7 5BD


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