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The Science Museum’s brand new interactive kids’ zone, the Wonderlab, is a brilliant gallery bound to get children excited about science and maths, with experiments, explosive demonstrations and even three slides to play on (to show the effects of friction).
The £6 million permanent gallery encourages visitors to think like a scientist, with topics ranging from matter and mathematics to sound and space.
Vulgar: a loaded word suggesting exposed ambition defining the limits of good taste. But what and who defines it? And when and how does the once vulgar suddenly become the height of fashion? These are the questions at the heart of the Barbican Art Gallery’s autumn/winter exhibition The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined.
Paul Nash was one of the most important British artists of the first part of the 20th century, whose paintings of the ruined landscapes of First World War battlefields show a bitter reflection on the horrors of the war.
This is the first major retrospective on the artist in a generation, showing his early Symbolist work through the First World War, and his landscapes of the interwar period in which he moved towards Surrealism. He was appointed as an official war artist for both the two world wars.
Somerset House is hosting a major exhibition to celebrate the brilliant career of the master hairdresser Sam McKnight, who has been styling fashion shoots, royalty, models and celebrities since the 1970s.
Hair by Sam McKnight is the first major exhibition to examine hair in high fashion. It follows the stylist’s 40 years in the business, during which time he created some of the most iconic looks in popular culture, from Princess Diana to Cara Delevingne, and Chanel to Fendi.
‘All children, except one, grow up’… and the story of that one child has been transporting us, children and adults alike, on a journey to Neverland for over a century now.
This Christmas Peter Pan lands on the National Theatre stage directed by the marvellously creative Sally Cookson, who directed the stage version of Hetty Feather; and both Jane Eyre and Treasure Island at the National in the last couple of years.
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