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I hope you had a nice weekend. Today I will show you a list of unmissable things happening in London this week. So, I’ll give some suggestions that you can’t lose.
From Ancient Egypt & Africa to Britain: A Fusion of Worlds opens at the Wilkins Building, Euston.
Jerry Brotton, Lisa Jardine and Grayson Perry talk Objects as Evidence of Themselves at Sir John Soane’s Museum.
Learn about Secrets from the Soul: The Cutting Tradition, The Grant Museum of Zoology, Fitzrovia.
All hands on gluesticks: Head to a Creative Taster for Adults on Pop Art Collage, the Fashion and Textile Museum, London Bridge.
Watch an Illustrated Talk on London’s Myths & Legends, the Guildhall Library, Clerkenwell.
Live the Wes Anderson dream: Secret Cinema: The Grand Budapest Hotel, Barbican.
See this week’s best new art: RCA Secret at the Royal College of Art, Battersea; Renaissance Impressions at the Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
Catch the month’s best theatre: ’Urinetown‘ at the St James Theatre; ‘Blithe Spirit‘ at the Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue; ‘I Can’t Sing‘ at the London Palladium, Oxford Circus
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