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Displayed in date order by how soon they close.

The launch event of Crown and Coronation at the Tower of London before it begins its UK wide tour in 2024. (Ending Soon Sat, 25th Nov)

Tower of London
EC3N 4AB
2023-11-25
Crown and Coronation
The exhibition is a journey through an Alladin's cave of engineering exploration.  (Ending Soon Sat, 25th Nov)

The Crypt Gallery
NW1 2BA
2023-11-25
Engineers Create
This display celebrates the glittering world of musical theatre, exploring the evolution and craftmanship of iconic musicals (Ending Soon Mon, 27th Nov)

Victoria and Albert Museum
SW7 2RL
2023-11-25
Re:Imagining Musicals
If you could, would you edit your DNA? To treat disease, or to enhance your body? Which diseases should we try to cure, and who decides? Where would you draw the line? (Ending Soon Sat, 2nd Dec)

The Francis Crick Institute
NW1 1AT
2023-11-25
An exhibition, in collaboration with the BBC, celebrating the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who and its life at Riverside Studios. (Ending Soon Sun, 3rd Dec)

Riverside Studios
W6 9BN
2023-11-25
An exhibition celebrating the Royal Asiatic Society’s bicentenary and its involvement in the study of science, literature, religion, and the arts of Asia since 1823. (Ending Soon Fri, 15th Dec)

Brunei Gallery, SOAS
WC1H 0XG
2023-11-25
Extraordinary Endeavors
‘Not Just Words: Learning languages through art and objects’ is an interactive video showcase in the UCL Art Museum, inviting visitors to engage with the many modern and ancient languages taught at UCL using works from the collection. (Ending Soon Fri, 15th Dec)

UCL Art Museum
wc1e 6bt
2023-11-25
A series of paintings by Derek Jarman that deal with love, sex and death and are a direct response to media coverage of the AIDS crisis in the UK. (Ending Soon Sat, 16th Dec)

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
EC1M 3JB
2023-11-25
Derek Jarman: Queer
The first museum show in the UK of work by ground-breaking Italian photographer Lisetta Carmi, whose imagery is currently receiving renewed attention. (Ending Soon Sun, 17th Dec)

Estorick Collection
N1 2AN
2023-11-25
Lisetta Carmi: Identities
This exhibition celebrates three generations of women silversmiths from the Sultanate of Oman, showcasing their silver work and personal testimonies. (Ending Soon Sun, 17th Dec)

British Museum
WC1B 3DG
2023-11-25
Making their mark: women silversmiths from Oman
An exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the Chilean military coup. (Ending Soon Wed, 20th Dec)

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
WC2A 2AE
2023-11-25
"Hidden in Plain Sight" is UCL Library Services' free public exhibition highlighting underrepresented voices in our historic and modern library collections.  (Ending Soon Thu, 21st Dec)

UCL Main Library
WC1H 0AL
2023-11-25
Hidden in Plain Sight: Liberating our Library Collections
This exhibition celebrates the Tercentenary of the Constitutions of the Freemasons. (Ending Soon Thu, 21st Dec)

Museum of Freemasonry
WC2B 5AZ
2023-11-25
Inventing the Future
An exhibition of works by Italian artist Sergio Lombardo (b.1939, Rome). (Ending Soon Fri, 22nd Dec)

Cardi Gallery
W1S 4EX
2023-11-25
An exhibition of paintings showing many of Britain's folk traditions. (Ending Soon Sun, 31st Dec)

The Last Tuesday Society / Viktor Wynd's Museum of Curiosities
E8 4RP
2023-11-25
Ben Edge's British Folk Paintings
Explore thread as a method and metaphor for connection, collaboration and conversation in this exhibition by ten students. (Ending Soon Sun, 31st Dec)

Whitechapel Gallery
E1 7QX
2023-11-25
It All Starts With a Thread
Featuring over 200 items dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, many of them on display for the first time. (Ending Soon Sun, 31st Dec)

Guildhall Art Gallery and Roman Amphitheater
EC2V 5AE
2023-11-25
Treasures of Gold and Silver Wire
This exhibition brings together a group of new and existing sculptures to explore Black women’s labour across histories and geographies. (Ending Soon Mon, 1st Jan)

Tate Britain
SW1P 4RG
2023-11-25
Art Now: Rhea Dillon: An Alterable Terrain
Discover glittering tunnels of light, dancing lakeside reflections and trees drenched in jewel-like colour. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Kew Gardens
TW9 3AE
2023-11-25
Christmas at Kew
This is an exhibition of works on paper focusing on the spectacular illuminations which were popular in the Georgian period. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Sir John Soane's Museum
WC2A 3BP
2023-11-25
Georgian Illuminations
The largest retrospective to date of Hiroshi Sugimoto, an artist renowned for creating some of the most alluringly enigmatic photographs of our time. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Hayward Gallery
SE1 8XX
2023-11-25
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Time Machine
British contemporary artists Idris Khan and Annie Morris, a couple for more than a decade, present works together at Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery
W5 5EQ
2023-11-25
Idris Khan and Annie Morris
This exhibition explores the worldwide effort to develop vaccines at pandemic speed. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Science Museum
SW7 2DD
2023-11-25
Injecting Hope: The race for a COVID-19 vaccine
This exhibition will invite visitors to further their understanding of the Troubles through the multiple perspectives of individuals affected by the conflict. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Imperial War Museum
SE1 6HZ
2023-11-25
Tenderly Towards the Tipping Point is a group show by artists from India that asks the question: how can an exhibition occupy time? (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Watermans Arts Centre
TW8 0DS
2023-11-25
Tenderly Towards the Tipping Point
The Art of Banksy is the world’s largest collection of original and authenticated Banksy artworks showcasing more than 110 pieces including prints, canvases, unique works and ephemera, many of which are on display for the very first time. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

The Art of Banksy exhibition
W1B 5HB
2023-11-25
The Art of Banksy
Spanning from the 1970s to the present day, this exhibition charts the shifting landscape of Black British culture and the unique contribution it has made to Britain’s rich fashion design history.  (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Somerset House
WC2R 1LA
2023-11-25
The Missing Thread
Discover over 100 previously unseen costume and production designs, scripts, behind the scenes photographs and posters, alongside the iconic red ballet shoes featured in the film. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

BFI Southbank
SE1 8XT
2023-11-25
The Red Shoes: Beyond the Mirror
Four times heavier than Dippy the Diplodocus, 12 metres longer than Hope the blue whale and making its European debut, prepare to meet titanosaur and learn all about life as the biggest dinosaur. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Natural History Museum
SW7 5BD
2023-11-25
Titanosaur at the Natural History Museum
This exhibition investigates the unexpected journey which fulfilled a lifelong fantasy of Sigmund Freud, but which left him perplexed. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Freud Museum
NW3 5SX
2023-11-25
Tracing Freud on the Acropolis
Over the dark winter nights, the Southbank Centre is illuminated by outdoor artworks that play with light and colour – explore to discover them all. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

Southbank Centre
SE1 8XX
2023-11-25
The Rooms Through Time, restyled to reveal how winter has changed London homes through the last 400 years. (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Jan)

The Museum of the Home
E2 8EA
2023-11-25
Winter Past
Bringing together 36 artists from different generations and geographies, this exhibition explores how photography and video have allowed artists to examine legacies of the past while imagining more hopeful futures. (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Jan)

Tate Modern
SE1 9TG
2023-11-25
 A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography
A major exhibition of work by British artist Claudette Johnson (born 1959) at The Courtauld Gallery. (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Jan)

Courtauld Institute of Art
WC2R 0RN
2023-11-25
Claudette Johnson: Presence
A group exhibition exploring the relationship between gender and ecology, highlighting the systemic links between the oppression of women and the degradation of the planet (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Jan)

Barbican Arts Centre
EC2Y 8DS
2023-11-25
RE/SISTERS A Lens on Gender and Ecology
A British artist's brash and tender exploration of what makes us human (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Jan)

Tate Britain
SW1P 4RG
2023-11-25
Sarah Lucas Happy Gas
From across the sea, an art revolution is coming. Discover the art of the Van de Veldes at the Queen's House (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Jan)

Queen's House
SE10 9NE
2023-11-25
The Van de Veldes: Greenwich, Art and the Sea
This exhibition takes a deep dive into the different ways climate change impacts the United States and the world. (Ending Soon Fri, 19th Jan)

Atrium Gallery
WC2A 2AE
2023-11-25
Climate Change: America and the World Exhibition
An exhibition that takes a questioning, surprising and playful look at the ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already shaping so many areas of our lives (Ending Soon Sat, 20th Jan)

Science Gallery London
SE1 9GU
2023-11-25
AI: Who's Looking After Me?
The exhibition explores the artist’s work over the last six decades through his intimate portraits of five sitters. (Ending Soon Sun, 21st Jan)

National Portrait Gallery
WC2H 0HE
2023-11-25
David Hockney: Drawing from Life
£20  
This exhibition, the first major retrospective of Hals in more than thirty years, means a new generation can discover why he deserves his place as one of the greatest painters in Western art. (Ending Soon Sun, 21st Jan)

National Gallery
WC2N 5DN
2023-11-25
Frans Hals
Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Boundless will take a retrospective look at the career and achievements of artistic collaborators and life partners Christo and Jeanne-Claude. (Ending Soon Mon, 22nd Jan)

Saatchi Gallery
SW3 4RY
2023-11-25
Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Boundless
The exhibition includes ten themed galleries with classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to contemporary releases such as Encanto, including the latest members of the Disney family—Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel. (Ending Soon Mon, 22nd Jan)

ExCeL London
E16 1XL
2023-11-25
Disney 100 Exhibition
The exhibition will feature 29 remarkable female sculptors, celebrating their contributions to the world of art from the 1960s to now. (Ending Soon Mon, 22nd Jan)

Saatchi Gallery
SW3 4RY
2023-11-25
If not now, when?
A display celebrating the 400th anniversary of the publication of William Shakespeare’s First Folio. (Ending Soon Thu, 25th Jan)

Guildhall Art Gallery and Roman Amphitheater
EC2V 5AE
2023-11-25
Heritage Gallery Exhibition – Shakespeare
The first major retrospective of R.B. Kitaj in the UK for a decade features over 40 paintings, pastels and drawings, covering all major periods of his work. (Ending Soon Fri, 26th Jan)

Piano Nobile
W11 4LW
2023-11-25
R.B. Kitaj: London to Los Angeles
This exhibition explores the history of transatlantic slavery through its connections with the Bank of England and the wider City of London. (Ending Soon Fri, 26th Jan)

Bank of England Museum
EC2R 8AH
2023-11-25
Slavery & the Bank
This exhibition explores the dynamic relationship between contemporary painting and photography. (Ending Soon Sun, 28th Jan)

Tate Modern
SE1 9TG
2023-11-25
Capturing The Moment
This display of prints by American artist Ed Ruscha focuses on his prevailing interest in the physical world around him. (Ending Soon Sun, 28th Jan)

British Museum
WC1B 3DG
2023-11-25
Ed Ruscha roads and insects
Revel in the beauty of nature at this display of works by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues – one of the most gifted botanical artists of his age. (Ending Soon Sun, 28th Jan)

British Museum
WC1B 3DG
2023-11-25
The genius of nature botanical drawings by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues
From influential superpower to repressive regime, Myanmar – also known as Burma – has seen dramatic fluctuations in fortune over the past 1,500 years. (Ending Soon Sun, 11th Feb)

British Museum
WC1B 3DG
2023-11-25
Burma to Myanmar
This is an ongoing body of video works by artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, exploring race and identity in an age of avatars, videogames and DNA ancestry. (Ending Soon Sun, 11th Feb)

Wellcome Collection
NW1 2BE
2023-11-25
Genetic Automata
Poet, artist and filmmaker Julianknxx explores themes of inheritance, loss and belonging as he crosses the boundaries between written word, music and visual art. (Ending Soon Sun, 11th Feb)

Barbican Arts Centre
EC2Y 8DS
2023-11-25
Julianknxx Chorus in Rememory of Flight
This display presents an outstanding group of around twenty Venetian drawings from The Courtauld’s collection. (Ending Soon Sun, 11th Feb)

Courtauld Institute of Art
WC2R 0RN
2023-11-25
La Serenissima: Drawing in 18th century Venice 
This exhibition will be one of the most wide-ranging surveys of contemporary fashion culture ever staged in the UK. (Ending Soon Sun, 11th Feb)

The Design Museum
W8 6AG
2023-11-25
REBEL: 30 Years of London Fashion
Explore the design and history of the Royal Festival Hall foyers, and discover the people behind them, in this free Archive Studio exhibition. (Ending Soon Sat, 17th Feb)

Royal Festival Hall
SE1 8XX
2023-11-25
An immersive exploration of AI Gods, spirituality, and Silicon Valley’s techno-religion. (Ending Soon Sat, 17th Feb)

arebyte Gallery
E14 0LG
2023-11-25
Zach Blas: CULTUS
Whether subverting, inverting, celebrating or exploding – this intriguing new show explores the history of artists taking on the medium of books. (Ending Soon Sun, 18th Feb)

British Museum
WC1B 3DG
2023-11-25
An exhibition showcasing the creativity and imagination of young people responding to Édouard Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère (1882).  (Ending Soon Sun, 18th Feb)

Courtauld Institute of Art
WC2R 0RN
2023-11-25
Reworking Manet
Journey through the enchanting, mysterious and sometimes monstrous makings of fantasy.  (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

British Library
NW1 2DB
2023-11-25
Fantasy: Realms of Imagination
This exhibition will present the landscape and nature paintings and sculptures of Frank Walter. (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

Garden Museum
SE1 7LB
2023-11-25
From trials to triumphs, explore Malorie Blackman's impact on the world of children's literature. (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

British Library
NW1 2DB
2023-11-25
Malorie Blackman: The Power of Stories
One of the 20th century’s most captivating painters responds to a world in turmoil (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

Tate Modern
SE1 9TG
2023-11-25
Philip Guston
£16.50  
Dulwich Picture Gallery presents a new body of work by the renowned artist Sara Shamma.  (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

Dulwich Picture Gallery
SE21 7AD
2023-11-25
Sara Shamma
This Prize is one of the most important and anticipated photography competitions in the world and a showcase for both celebrated professionals and talented amateurs. (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

National Portrait Gallery
WC2H 0HE
2023-11-25
Taylor Wessing Photo Portrait Prize 2023
UVA’s experimental practice uses light, space, sound and custom-made “kinetic instruments” to create dynamic, immersive experiences and atmospheric performances. (Ending Soon Sun, 25th Feb)

180 Studios
WC2R 1EA
2023-11-25
UVA: Synchronicity
A special exhibition about a little-known local scientific invention with a huge global impact: the development of artificial silk. (Ending Soon Thu, 29th Feb)

Museum of Richmond
TW9 1TP
2023-11-25
Artificial Silk: From Kew to the World
How can we design our homes to respond to the climate emergency? Discover how architects are reimagining wood, stone and straw to design homes fit for the future. (Ending Soon Thu, 29th Feb)

The Design Museum
W8 6AG
2023-11-25
How to Build a Low-Carbon Home
This exhibition explores the history of this iconic book through its reproductions as facsimiles, how the text was repackaged and republished and how the book became prized by collectors. (Ending Soon Thu, 29th Feb)

Senate House Library
WC1E 7HU
2023-11-25
Shakespeare’s First Folios: a 400-year journey
An exploration into the overlooked world of historical boy’s dress through a collector’s eye. (Ending Soon Sat, 2nd Mar)

Fashion and Textile Museum
SE1 3XF
2023-11-25
Oh Boy! Boy’s Dress 1760-1930
This exhibition explores printed propaganda textiles over more than two centuries, from the French Revolution to Brexit. (Ending Soon Sat, 2nd Mar)

Fashion and Textile Museum
SE1 3XF
2023-11-25
For the first time in 250 years, this exhibition reunites the pastel masterpiece by Swiss artist Jean-Etienne Liotard, painted in Lyon in 1754, with the painted version in oil he completed in London almost 20 years later.  (Ending Soon Sun, 3rd Mar)

National Gallery
WC2N 5DN
2023-11-25
Discover Liotard and the Lavergne Family Breakfast
The forgotten story of the Indian Army camps at Hampton Court Palace (Ending Soon Sun, 3rd Mar)

Hampton Court Palace
KT8 9AU
2023-11-25
The Indian Army at the Palace
The first UK exhibition dedicated to the work of French couturière, Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel, charting the establishment of the House of CHANEL and the evolution of her iconic design style. (Ending Soon Sun, 10th Mar)

Victoria and Albert Museum
SW7 2RL
2023-11-25
Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto
An exhibition of 70 works on paper by leading Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists. (Ending Soon Sun, 10th Mar)

Royal Academy of Arts
W1J 0BD
2023-11-25
Impressionists on Paper: Degas to Toulouse-Lautrec
This free exhibition showcases the work of the 12 emerging designers from across the UK who have been selected as the recipients of the Linbury Prize for Stage Design 2023.  (Ending Soon Sat, 30th Mar)

The National Theatre
SE1 9PX
2023-11-25
The Linbury Prize for Stage Design
Showcasing prints and drawings from Genoa's golden age, this display spotlights an artistic powerhouse that rivalled Venice, Florence and Rome. (Ending Soon Mon, 1st Apr)

British Museum
WC1B 3DG
2023-11-25
Superb line prints and drawings from Genoa 1500–1800
This free installation invites visitors to orient themselves in the buildings and their complex, fascinating histories in an exciting new display at the heart of the Barbican’s Foyers. (Ending Soon Fri, 5th Apr)

Barbican Centre
EC2Y 8DS
2023-11-25
Concrete and Clay - Archiving the Barbican
The first of its kind, this exhibition is a wide-ranging exploration of feminist art by over 100 women artists working in the UK.  (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Apr)

Tate Britain
SW1P 4RG
2023-11-25
 Women In Revolt! Art and Activism in the UK 1970-1990
£20  
Expect an explosion of over the top fashions at the V&A Museum this summer, as it brings together a collection of outfits worn by celebrities under the title of "divas". (Ending Soon Sun, 7th Apr)

Victoria and Albert Museum
SW7 2RL
2023-11-25
DIVA
This exhibition brings together over 100 works from Henry VIII’s court, including drawings, paintings and miniatures by Hans Holbein the Younger drawn from the Royal Collection, one of the most important surviving groups of the artist’s work. (Ending Soon Sat, 13th Apr)

The Queen's Gallery
SW1A 1AA
2023-11-25
Holbein at the Tudor Court
An exhibition to mark the film's 30th anniversary. (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Apr)

Cartoon Museum
W1A 3AE
2023-11-25
30 Years of The Wrong Trousers
£27.40  
A multimedia exhibition that combines visuals, sound, and augmented reality to animate the cultural heritage and spirit of South Korea's Seoul.  (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Apr)

Borough Yards
SE1 9AD
2023-11-25
Delight
A monumental sculptural installation made of thousands of metal bottle tops and fragments. (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Apr)

Tate Modern
SE1 9TG
2023-11-25
El Anatsui: Behind the Red Moon
Discover over 100 years of intrigue, deceit and real-life secret agents. (Ending Soon Sun, 14th Apr)

Imperial War Museum
SE1 6HZ
2023-11-25
Spies, Lies and Deception
The exhibitions explore one of the great - and most entertaining - literary friendships, tracing the shared work, travels, confidences and, above all, the bond of friendship between two men whose books remain loved the world over. (Ending Soon Sun, 21st Apr)

Charles Dickens Museum
WC1N 2LX
2023-11-25
Mutual Friends: The Adventures of Charles Dickens & Wilkie Collins
This free display brings together ten works by the two artists: with four views of Yorkshire by Turner and five scenes of Normandy and Venice by Bonington. (Ending Soon Sun, 21st Apr)

Wallace Collection
W1U 3BN
2023-11-25
Turner and Bonington: Watercolours from the Wallace Collection
This exhibition explores notions of beauty across time and cultures. (Ending Soon Sun, 28th Apr)

Wellcome Collection
NW1 2BE
2023-11-25
The Cult of Beauty
How do you develop a vaccine quickly and effectively to combat a global pandemic?  (Ending Soon Sun, 12th May)

Science Museum
SW7 2DD
2023-11-25
Injecting Hope: The race for a COVID-19 vaccine
This exhibition showcases the difference between refillable, returnable (prefill) and repurposed product packaging of the past, present, and future. (Ending Soon Wed, 15th May)

Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
W11 1QT
2023-11-25
Display - Reuse, Refill, Rethink
Through photographs, possessions, interviews, maps and more, this exhibition explores the lives and stories of generations of UCL students. (Ending Soon Mon, 20th May)

UCL Octagon Gallery
wc1e 6bt
2023-11-25
A display exploring the body of literature about London by European writers from across the centuries. (Ending Soon Mon, 20th May)

Bloomsbury Campus
WC1E 6BT
2023-11-25
Celebrate the centenary of the publication of Freud’s famous work The Ego and the Id with an interactive mini-exhibition exploring visual metaphors behind the id, ego and superego. (Ending Soon Fri, 31st May)

Freud Museum
NW3 5SX
2023-11-25
An exhibition about the west London hive of workshops and design studios that fed into some of the country’s most iconic Sci-Fi films and TV shows. (Ending Soon Sun, 2nd Jun)

Gunnersbury Park and Museum
W5 4NH
2023-11-25
 Set to Stun: Designing & Filming Sci-Fi in West London
£18  
The first major UK exhibition to map the design evolution of the skateboard from the 1950s to today – a story of design, daring and disobedience. (Ending Soon Sun, 2nd Jun)

The Design Museum
W8 6AG
2023-11-25
Skateboard
A forest rodeo, a hidden stargazer and a mason bee at work are just a few of the awe-inspiring images featured in the 59th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. (Ends on Sun, 30th Jun)

Natural History Museum
SW7 5BD
2023-11-25
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
The exhibition explores tea’s complex history and myriad of meanings – from its popularisation and globalisation connected to stories of imperialism and colonial violence. (Ends on Sun, 7th Jul)

Horniman Museum
SE23 3PQ
2023-11-25
 茶, चाय, Tea (Chá, Chai, Tea)
For the first time, this exhibition will uncover the major contribution of Jewish designers in making London an iconic fashion city. (Ends on Sun, 7th Jul)

Museum of London Docklands
E14 4AL
2023-11-25
Fashion City: How Jewish Londoners shaped global style
From Hokusai to Pokémon, Studio Ghibli, robots and beyond, the exhibition takes young visitors on an atmospheric and playful journey revealing the influence of folklore on Japan’s art and design. (Ends on Sun, 11th Aug)

Young V&A
E2 9PA
2023-11-25
Japan: Myths to Manga
This exhibition follows the lives of British soldiers in Germany over the past 75 years. (Ends on Wed, 21st Aug)

National Army Museum
SW3 4HT
2023-11-25
 Foe to Friend: The British Army in Germany since 1945
You can spot your postie by their brightly coloured get-up, but what’s the history of their uniform and how has it changed?  (Ends on Sun, 1st Sep)

The Postal Museum
WC1X 0DA
2023-11-25
Dressed to Deliver
This exhibition explores some of the ways in which Shakespeare has shaped how we think about soldiers and the Army, and how we imagine war and its consequences today. (Ends on Sun, 1st Sep)

National Army Museum
SW3 4HT
2023-11-25
Shakespeare and War
Explore how music shapes our lives in this interactive exhibition. (Ends on Sun, 1st Sep)

Science Museum
SW7 2DD
2023-11-25
Turn It Up: The power of music