March 2, 2018

Standard: £6

Student: £5

Member: £4

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Lily Shahmoon’s When The Bang Comes certainly provided a bang of emotions, shock and engagement from the audience. Staged in Tutu’s Room in the Macadam Building at King’s College London, relevant and pressing issues raised over...

March 1, 2018

Adult: £10

Concessions: £8

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As a newcomer to the revered world of Gilbert and Sullivan, I wasn’t entirely sure whether or not Iolanthe was the place to start, given its comparative obscurity and the enormous number of classics the pair wrote during their incredib...

March 1, 2018

9th February – 6th May 2018

Adult: £9.90

Concessions: £8.80

Students: £7

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Everyone wears them. They often go unnoticed. Then what is so exciting about a t-shirt? T-shirts exist not only for practical purposes but for personal reasons too. Usefully, the Fashion...

March 1, 2018

The foyers and bars in theatres always have a certain buzz to them – these are spaces where the pre-show atmosphere is thick with anticipation. People huddle in groups clutching mindbogglingly overpriced gin and tonics and bags full of show merchandise, their conversat...

February 28, 2018

Director Holly Smith’s production of Medea is an ambitious, if at times muddled, reworking of Euripedes’ seminal tragedy. The play is performed in both English (with an all-new translation) and generally authentic-sounding Ancient Greek, an impressive feat that the cas...

February 26, 2018

23rd February – 3rd June 2018

Free admission before 12.00 every day

Exhibition Day Pass £4 (£2.50 concessions)

Advance Online Booking £2.50

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This 2018 edition of the ‘Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize’ at the Photographers’ Gallery features four arti...

February 26, 2018

It is the case with some films that their plot descriptions don’t actually do them justice.

Take, for example, Mad Max: Fury Road where the plot is quite literally the characters driving into the desert for half the film then turning around and driving back on themselve...

February 12, 2018

23rd November 2017 – 2nd April 2018

Adult: £17.70

Concessions: £15.90

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Modigliani. Say it out loud: “Mo-di-glia-ni”. The name rolls off your tongue like a dark ribbon - sensual, delicate, disarming. This is exactly what Amadeo Modigliani’s (1884-1920) paintings ar...

February 12, 2018

As the title suggests, the Vagina monologues was less of a play and more of a series of one sided discussions of female sexuality. Taken from hundreds of interviews with women (and those that identify as women) from ages 5 to 95, the unconventional format was fitting f...

February 7, 2018

2nd February - 24th March 2018

Adult Price: FREE

Highly acclaimed for his use of vibrant colours, eclectic patterns, natural and industrial materials, Jorge Pardo, a MacArthur Fellow, has been drawing upon the historical intersections of fine art, architecture, and desig...

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