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    La Roux

    LONDON, until 3 Feb 2104. After breaking into the charts and our hearts with their synthpop stormers ‘In for the Kill’ and ‘Bulletproof’, London duo La Roux all but vanished for a good few years. Now La Roux is back, down one band member (it’s just luminous singer Elly Jackson this time) but up one simply incredible second […]

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    Turner Prize 2014

    LONDON, until 4 Jan 2015. After travelling to Derry-Londonderry last year, the annual exhibition returns to London this autumn with four more hopeful artists all vying for the glory of winning the coveted Turner Prize. This year’s jury include Stefan Kalmar of Artists Space, New York, Helen Legg of Spike Island, Bristol and Sarah McCrory […]

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    Olympia, The London International Horse Show

    LONDON, until 22 Dec 2014. Four legs good, 400 sets of four legs even better. Now in its 107th year, the equine world’s annual Christmas party will attract internationally acclaimed riders, Olympic Gold Medallists and horse-lovers from all over the country for world cup competitions, remarkable displays, festive entertainment and even a shopping village. World […]

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    Dickensian Christmas by Candlelight

    LONDON, until 23 Dec 2014. The only remaining of Dickens’ London homes is lavishly decorated for Christmas and then lit only with candles for these atmospheric late openings. Rather than being led by a tour guide, guests are left to explore the beautifully restored house on their own so as to better soak up the sounds […]

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    Drawn by Light: The Royal Photographic Society Collection

    LONDON, until 1 Mar 2015. Got to love a pun in the name of a serious exhibition. ‘Drawn by Light’ could refer to the pull of the nascent technology of photography in the early nineteenth century, which drew scientists, artists and wealthy dilettantes, mothlike, to this incredible new way of recording the world on light-sensitive plates. […]

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    British Music Experience

    LONDON, permanent. This permanent attraction on the top floor of The O2 includes a music memorabilia exhibition featuring David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust costume and Noel Gallagher’s Union Jack guitar. The main focus, however, is on interactive exhibits such as downloading archive music and trying your hand at guitar tutorials in the Gibson Interactive Studio, presented […]

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    Pilgrims, healers and wizards Buddhism and religious practices in Burma and Thailand

    LONDON, until 11 Jan 2015. Featuring objects from the 18th century to the present, this exhibition shows the variety of religious practices in Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand, and how Buddhism, spirit worship, divination and other activities interact. This exhibition draws on the strengths of the British Museum’s mainland Southeast Asian holdings, primarily Burma (Myanmar) and […]

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    Lights of Soho Presents God’s Own Junkyard

    LONDON, until 18 Jan 2015. London recently lost a most remarkable resident. Chris Bracey’s neon artworks started as signs for Soho sex shops and came to be used in ‘Bladerunner’, ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ and ‘Batman’ to name but a few. This exhibition returns work from Bracey’s 40-year career to the part of London he started […]

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    Darker Hauntings: imagery of the Southern Gothic

    LONDON, 16 Jan 2015. Delve into the depths of the American Gothic imagination as Susan Castillo Street explores what Southern Gothic reveals about America’s repressed past. Taking in Edgar Allan Poe, George Washington Cable, Charles Chesnutt, William Faulkner and Truman Capote, this wide-ranging discussion will consider how the South’s complex relationships with race and sexuality […]

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    Lines in the Ice: Seeking the Northwest Passage

    LONDON, until 29 Mar 2015. Lines in the Ice examines why Europeans are drawn to explore the Arctic and, in particular, the fabled Northwest Passage. Arctic exploration has influenced our culture, changed the societies of indigenous peoples, and had a powerful effect on the making of the modern world. The exhibition displays early European maps […]