What's on in London on Monday 28th January 2019

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Ten Exhibitions That Are Closing Soon

Free

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 6pm)
Discover the expressive sensitivity and immediacy of Lorenzo Lotto’s portraits in the first UK exhibition of its kind

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Lorenzo Lotto Portraits

£16

(Monday, 28th Jan - 9:30am to 6pm)
A landmark exhibition on the history, art, literature and culture of Anglo-Saxon England.

2019-01-28

Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms

£17

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 5:30pm)
This major exhibition tells the story of Ashurbanipal through the British Museum’s unparalleled collection of Assyrian treasures and rare loans.

2019-01-28

I am Ashurbanipal king of the world, king of Assyria

£9

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 6pm)
This exhibition presents fifty original magazine covers from Time Out’s archive and explores the stories behind them.

2019-01-28

Time Out 50: 50 Years, 50 Covers

Free

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 6pm)
This multi-screen installation by artist John Akomfrah remembers the millions of African men and women who participated in the First World War

2019-01-28

African Soldier

£16

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 6pm)
Explore today’s home through the prism of yesterday’s imagination. Are we living in the way that pioneering architects and designers throughout the 20th century predicted, or has our idea of home proved resistant to real change?

2019-01-28
Free

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 6pm)
In this immersive sound installation, 32 people who fought and lived through the First World War share their personal stories of the Armistice.

2019-01-28

 I Was There: Room of Voices

Free
Through a rich collection of photographs, discover the innovation and resourcefulness that shaped the rebuilding and regeneration of the world post-war, revealing resilience and creativity in times of great change.

2019-01-28

Renewal: Life After the First World War in Photographs

£16.50

(Monday, 28th Jan - 10am to 6pm)
This exhibition is the story of humanity’s ever-changing relationship with our nearest star.

2019-01-28

The Sun: Living with our star

£7.50
Women were inspired to serve their country by Florence Nightingale's work. But in 1918, as WW1 approached its end, nothing could have prepared them for what was to come - the deadly Spanish Flu.

2019-01-28

Spanish Flu: nursing during history's deadliest pandemic

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