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Jorinde Voigt - Both Sides Now

German artist Jorinde Voigt talks about her new London show

Zabludowicz Collection

An exhibition of photography which blurs the lines between reality and fiction

This Week 15-21 May

Our weekly round-up of London's cultural highlights.

Jazz Jam Guide

A Guide to London's hottest Jazz jam nights

Last Chance to See: The Hunterian Museum

Human toes and maggots buried in reindeer skin? We explore one of the weirdest museums in London before it closes for three years…

This Week 24 – 30 April

Keep yourself busy in London with the British Library’s extensive new exhibition on the Russian Revolution, celebrate the Sikh New Year in Trafalgar Square or spend a night at the musicals far from the West End trail.

A Guide to Your Easter Long Weekend

Stuff yourself silly with chocolate or make the most of a long weekend in London by having a Spring fling with culture.

Curious Collections of Sir Thomas Browne

One of the most influential figures in English history that you may never have heard of, Sir Thomas Browne, is explored in this exhibition full of curiousities.

April in London: Top Literary Events

Bookworms and regular readers listen up, we have the best literary events coming up in London in April.

Incoming at Barbican Centre

A deeply suggestive and aesthetically striking project reflecting on the way Europe today perceives ‘the refugee’.

The Best Places to Watch the Boat Race

Whether you're Oxford, Cambridge or (literally) somewhere in between, find out the best places to watch the Boat Race 2017.

Terrains of the Body

This Whitechapel Gallery exhibition focuses on the interpretations of the female body and identity in photography.

The Best improv Comedy Nights in London

For a comedy evening that feels a little more exciting and spontaneous. This is the comprehensive beginner's guide to improv comedy nights in London.

Tsuyoshi Maekawa at the Saatchi Gallery

We take a look at the often puzzling yet rewarding abstract art of Japanese artist Tsuyoshi Maekawa.

Electricity: The Spark of Life

The Wellcome Collection's latest exhibition focuses on the so-called silent servant - electricity.

Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion

We take a retreat to Sussex to discover what inspired some of the most prominent modernist artists to move there.

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