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The Best Exhibitions in London

The Best Exhibitions in London

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George Stubbs's 'Rhinoceros' at MK Gallery until 26 January

 

Bridget Riley, Hayward Gallery ★★★★ A comprehensive celebration of the artist's 70-year career. Until 26 Jan

George Stubbs: 'all done from Nature', MK Gallery ★★★★ A glorious menagerie. Until 26 Jan

Hogarth: Place and Progress, Sir John Soane’s Museum  ★★★★★ Magnificent show of Hogarth's despair at his fellow citizens and a divided England. Until 5 Jan

Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits, Royal Academy ★★★★ Mesmerising intensity. Until 26 Jan

Pre-Raphaelite Sisters, National Portrait Gallery ★★★★ Spotlight on the women and their role in the Brotherhood. Until 26 Jan

Rembrandt's Light, Dulwich Picture Gallery ★★★★ A novel collaboration between curators and cinematographer Peter Suschitzky. Until 2 Feb

William Blake, Tate Britain ★★★★★ Vast and satisfying show for a visionary and iconic artist. Until 2 Feb

 

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Direct from a sold-out season at Kiln Theatre the five star, hit play, The Son, is now playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre for a strictly limited season.

 

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Written by the internationally acclaimed Florian Zeller (The Father, The Mother), lauded by The Guardian as ‘the most exciting playwright of our time’, The Son is directed by the award-winning Michael Longhurst.

 

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