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Thursday, August 14, 2014
London’s major cultural institutions come together to celebrate a season like no other
Over two million visitors expected to attend world-class fall 2014 season
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- British Museum: Ming: 50 years that changed China (18 Sept 2014 – 5 Jan 2015)
Ming: 50 Years that changed China will feature rare loans of some of the most beautiful objects and paintings ever made in China.
- Imperial War Museum: Truth & Memory: British Art of WW1 (19 July 2014 – 8 March 2015)
The largest exhibition of British First World War art for almost 100 years, this major retrospective reveals how artists helped commemorate the First World War and shape a memory of the conflict that endures to this day.
- Museum of London: Sherlock Holmes (17 October 2014 – 12 April 2015)
London’s first major exhibition since 1951 on Sherlock Holmes recreates the famous detective’s London, through early film, photography, paintings and original artefacts.
- National Gallery: Rembrandt: The Late Works (15 October 2014 – 18 January 2015)
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the passion and innovation of Rembrandt’s influential late works.
- Natural History Museum: Wildlife Photographer of the Year (October 2014 – March 2015)
The acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition premieres at London’s Natural History Museum each year showcasing award-winning images.
- Royal Academy: Anselm Keifer (27 September 2014 – 14 December 2015)
The first major retrospective of work to be held in the UK by Honorary Royal Academician, Anselm Kiefer.
- The EY exhibition: Late Turner: Painting Set free (September 2014 – January 2015)
Tate Britain’s Late Turner: Painting Set Free is the first exhibition devoted to the artist’s extraordinary late-period work and sheds new light on his life and art.
- V&A: Constable: The Making of a Master (20 September 2014 – 11 January 2015)
This major exhibition will reassess John Constable’s influences, techniques and legacy to offer a new interpretation of Britain’s best-loved artist.
- Sunny Afternoon, Harold Pinter (opens 28 Oct, previews from 4 Oct)
- The Scottsboro Boys, Garrick Theatre (previews from 4 Oct)
- Memphis, Shaftesbury Theatre (Opens 23 Oct, previews from 9 Oct)
- Made In Dagenham, Adelphi (opens 15 Nov, previews from 9 Oct)
- King Charles III, Wyndham’s Theatre (opens 11 September, previews from 2 Sep)
- Electra, The Old Vic (Opens 1 October, previews from 20 Sep)
- Speed-The-Plow, Playhouse Theatre (Opens 2 Oct, previews from 24 Sep)
- East Is East, Trafalgar Studios (Opens 15 Oct, previews from 4 Oct)
Tel: +44 (0)20 7234 5861 / +44 (0) 7826 907 415
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