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Architecture & Design

Ancient Egypt fever: 'Tutmania' strikes the UK in pictures

From 'secrets of the sphinx' magic shows to pharoah romance novels, Howard Carter's discovery of King Tut's tomb in 1922 kicked off an Egypt craze in the 1920s and 30s.

Galsworthy and WW1: Human Battles on the Home Front - Rose Theatre

Galsworthy: Human Battles on the Home Front is Rose Theatre Kingston's audio-visual exhibition commemorating the centenary of the start of World War I. The exhibition focuses on Kingston's Nobel Prize-winning novelist John Galsworthy and the social campai

Art in the Park - Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa

For the first time, Jephson Gardens in Leamington Spa is the setting for a contemporary art festival filled with plenty of events for all the family. The two-day event will be showcasing a selection of painting, photography, sculpture and crafts by lo

Louis Khan: The Power of Architecture, Design Museum

Louis Khan (1901-1974) was well known for designing unique and dramatic buildings around the world. This exhibition at the Design Museum explores his work and attempts to understand the man behind the creations. Divided into six themes – city, scien

Edinburgh Art Festival 2014

Founded in 2004, Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK's largest annual celebration of visual art. Uniquely, the festival offers the chance to experience the best contemporary Scottish artists in the context of exhibitions of the most important international a

Halle Berry in Extant; International Museums; A Hard Day's Night

Extant is a new sci-fi series produced by Stephen Spielberg and starring Halle Berry as an astronaut. It's being broadcast on television in the US, but in Britain it's being streamed on demand. Boyd Hilton of Heat Magazine reviews and considers the burgeo

05/07/2014

Great Britain at London's Lyttleton Theatre is written by Richard Bean and directed by Nicholas Hytner (the team that was behind the wildly successful 'One Man Two Guvnors').

05/07/2014

Great Britain at London's Lyttleton Theatre is written by Richard Bean and directed by Nicholas Hytner (the team that was behind the wildly successful 'One Man Two Guvnors').

Giulio Paolini, Whitechapel gallery, review: 'Where's Paolini?'

Giulio Paolini's first big British show for 35 years is overshadowed because its curators didn't look widely enough, says Alastair Smart