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The British Museum’s autumn exhibition on Celtic history covers the culture and art that linked the various Celtic tribes of Iron Age and Mediaeval Europe.
Celts: Art and Identity looks at 2,500 years of Celtic history from their first recorded mention to the modern day associations of the name (19th-century Celtic Revival, Celtic Football Club, Asterix etc).
Liberty in Fashion is a major retrospective of iconic department store Liberty of London at the Fashion & Textile Museum from the autumn, celebrating the company’s 140th anniversary.
Liberty is known for its distinctive floral and graphic textile designs. It has been at the cutting edge of fashion, design and decorative arts since 1875, when founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty opened up shop on Regent Street, selling ornaments, fabrics and objets d’art inspired by the Far East. Within a decade the store was designing its own in-house apparel and collaborating with designers to bring it to the forefront of British fashion and the arts and crafts movement.
Actor/director Sir Kenneth Branagh is putting on a season of West End theatre with an all-star cast from the autumn of 2015.
Twenty years after the actor ran his first theatre troupe, he is back on stage with a cast that includes Judi Dench, Cinderella stars Lily James and Richard Madden, Rob Brydon and Branagh himself. The plays include works by Shakespeare and Terence Rattigan.
Kicking off the season is Dame Judi Dench and Branagh, who both co-directs and stars, in The Winter’s Tale (17th October 2015 to 16th January 2016). One of Shakespeare’s later plays, The Winter’s Tale is a tragicomedy, set in Sicily and an imaginary Bohemia with deserts and coastline.
The World of Charles and Ray Eames is a Barbican Art Gallery retrospective on the 20th-century husband-and-wife design team and their work.
Charles and Ray Eames are most famous for their iconic furniture design — particularly the Eames chair — but their work included product and graphic design, architecture, film, photography, sculpture and drawing.
Michelle Dockery, Dominic West and Janet McTeer all star in the Donmar Warehouse’s revival of Les Liaisons Dangereuses from December, directed by the theatre’s artistic director, Josie Rourke.
The all-star cast is performing Christopher Hampton’s adaptation of the 18th-century tale of sex, intrigue and betrayal, set in pre-revolutionary France, not seen on a major London stage in 30 years.
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