Scenes in the Square
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Offering a free, must-see entertainment and film attraction, Scenes in the Square features recognisable characters and scenes, each immortalised in interactive and expressive bronze statues in London's Leicester Square.
Peter Rabbit™ Afternoon Tea at The Dilly Hotel
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Temporarily closed - Discover a treasure-trove of treats inspired by the classic Beatrix Potter tales, perfect for littles ones or adults alike, sitting seconds away from Piccadilly Circus.
Chapeau à Frankfurt Reflections on Impressionist Sculpture
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The Sladmore Gallery exhibits works by impressionist sculptural artists Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, Paul Troubetzkoy, Rembrandt Bugatti and Emile Antoine-Bourdelle.
Augmented Reality Art Gallery
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Bringing a new way of seeing art, and a new way of experiencing an art exhibition, get ready to explore art beyond gallery walls, featuring works from London’s leading institutions and Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year.
Les Miserablés: The Staged Concert
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London's longest running musical Les Miserablés returns to the West End for The Staged Concert starring Lucie Jones and Jamie Muscato.
La Double J. x Ladurée Paris salon de thé
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La DoubleJ x Ladurée Paris have put together a unique collaboration for May and June this year, creating a salon de thé. A taste of a Parisian afternoon tea in interiors created by the Milan-based brand La DoubleJ in the West End's Burlington Arcade.
Supermundane Mural at The Yards Covent Garden
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Artist Supermundane has created an inspiring mural at The Yards Covent Garden. The artwork reminds us that part of being creative is making mistakes and that 'Creativity is in all of us'. A message that we whole-heartedly embrace.
Conversations with God Jan Matejko’s Copernicus
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A rare opportunity to see the works of Jan Matejko, Poland's National Painter. Displayed for the first time at the National Gallery, the piece was created to celebrate 400th anniversary of the birth of the legendary astronomer and mathematician, Copernicus.
Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul
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This exhibition is an exploration of 'The Loneliness of the Soul' a theme which is present in much of Emin's work, and in the work of an artist who heavily influenced her style- Edvard Munch.
Michael Armitage: Paradise Edict
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Kenyan born, London and Nairobi based artist Michael Armitage explore powerful themes of politics, history and sexuality in his colourful, dreamlike works.
David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020
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See the newest exhibition from David Hockney, created in lockdown 2020. When the world was in lockdown due to the pandemic, Hockney charted The Arrival of Spring, from his Normandy home.
CIRCA PRESENTS NIKITA GALE
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Nikita Gale creates four new films entitled 'Some Weather' in a collaboration with CIRCA. The pieces will be displayed, with the same unpredictability as the British weather, each evening from 20:21 on Piccadilly Lights.
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