From elephant dung to avian splats: An unusual exhibition spotlights the world of animal poo
It's likely that the only time you think about animal shit is when you curse loudly after accidentally stepping in some -- and yet, you'll soon be thinking you should visit an exhibition full of the stuff.
Threads of History: Exhibition uncovers the Jewish contribution to London’s fashion scene
The glamorous of the West End fashion boutiques has long been fed by people working in the East End, and now an exhibition pulls back the curtain to tell the stories of these often overlooked people.
Two exhibitions look at the legacy of Shakespeare’s First Folio
This year marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's First Folio, without which it's likely that most of his plays would have been lost, and there are two exhibitions to mark the anniversary.
From fake tanks to bulletproof jumpers: Secrets of the spies revealed in an IWM exhibition
Fake feet, special matches, hidden radios, cameras in lipsticks, hairbrushes for camera film - not from James Bond, but from the real spies, and all on display for a few months before they go back into locked cupboards again.
Exceptional visual arts exhibition inside a concrete basement
Deep down two floors underneath central London, a large concrete basement has been taken over by a display of lighting art that is as varied as it is remarkable.
Fashion and Frustration: Design Museum’s rebellious exhibition misses the mark
It's a display of outrageous fashion created to generate headlines, and the publicity that then helps to sell the more realistically wearable stuff the designer makes to pay the bills.
Frans Hals at the National Gallery: A deep dive into the world of moustaches, smiles, and lace
Big moustaches, big smiles, loads of white lace and an awful lot of black fabric dominate the National Gallery's winter blockbuster exhibition devoted to Frans Hals.
Shakespeare and War: Exhibition looks at how his plays were used for political propaganda
The man responsible for some of the most famous lines in the English language about war is the subject of an exhibition looking at his legacy.
From Stratford to Giza: A virtual reality experience transports you to ancient Egypt
If you've ever wanted to visit Egypt's Pyramids but couldn't afford it, a new virtual reality option now exists in Stratford that gives a pretty decent experience, minus the baking sun and tourists.
Tickets Alert: Pewterers’ Hall open day
One of the City of London's grand Livery Halls will be open to the public for one day later this month.
From Decay to Display: Atmospheric Christo exhibition inside a derelict Spitalfields house
A derelict building in Spitalfields has opened its doors for a rare chance to peer beyond the locked doors, thanks to an art exhibition which is taking place inside.
From dollhouse to design icon: Design Museum’s Barbie exhibition opens in 2024
The Design Museum will go very pink next year as it has announced that it will have an entire exhibition devoted to the pink lady - Barbie.
Ten London exhibitions to visit in October 2023
A selection of ten exhibitions to visit in London before the clocks go back and the darkness falls into winter.
From Freddy Mercury to Jake Gyllenhaal – Exhibition explores Levi’s jeans link with LGBTQ+ culture
Jake Gyllenhaal's jeans from Brokeback Mountain are one of the highlights of an exhibition looking at the fusion between gay men and a particular brand of clothing - Levi Strauss.
UK’s largest Christo and Jeanne-Claude retrospective coming to the Saatchi Gallery
The largest retrospective of the building wrapping artist duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude ever held in the UK is coming to the Saatchi Gallery this autumn.
From royalty to modern artistry: 400 years of gold and silver embroidery at the Guildhall Art Gallery
One of the most precious pieces of historic fabric in the UK has been displayed for a few weeks in an exhibition that almost outshines even this most precious of materials.
Wallace & Gromit’s wrong trousers is the correct exhibition
It's been thirty years since a villainous penguin, a pair of wrong trousers and the greatest railway chase of all time appeared on TV screens, and the Cartoon Museum is taking a look back at how it was made.
Origins of Wimbledon’s famous green towels’ revealed in Museum of Brands exhibition
Just under 175 years ago, how people dried themselves after a wash changed when the first British made terry towel was shown off at the Great Exhibition, and now there's a smaller exhibition about the company that developed it.
Science Museum celebrates the inventor of the self-winding watch, Abraham-Louis Breguet
The man who invented the self-winding wristwatch is the subject of a new exhibition at the Science Museum to mark the 200th anniversary of his death.
From Poverty to Power: Chanel’s journey unveiled in V&A’s fashion exhibition
This weekend, an exhibition opens at the V&A that you can't visit because the demand for tickets has been so great that the earliest anyone can visit now is the middle of December.
New York subway station coming to London
If you go to Canary Wharf next week, you'll be able to visit a New York subway station - or at least, a replica of one.
Firefighting exhibition marks Sir Christopher Wren’s 300th anniversary
Paintings by London's firefighters will be popping up around the City of London over the next few months, as part of the events to mark the 300th anniversary of the death of Sir Christopher Wren.
Rare opportunity to visit a historic Spitalfields house in October
Next month there will be a chance to go into the house that's often described as the most photographed building in Spitalfields.
Carnaby Street shop filled with dayglo lettering
A shop on Carnaby Street has been covered with dayglo lettering in a new art installation by the artist Kris Andrew Small.