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  • First Thursdays

    02 Apr

    On the first Thursday of every month, more than 80 of East London's art galleries stay open until 9pm. Heavyweight galleries such as the White Cube and the Barbican participate alongside smaller independent exhibition spaces, and many stage special events.
  • The Great Moscow State Circus

    01 Apr

    Body-twisting contortionists, menacing crossbow feats and acrobats catapulting themselves high into the big top are just some of the fantastical sights of the Great Moscow State Circus. Russia's unbeatable circus artists take over London's Alexandra Palace.
  • Greys Court

    01 Apr

    The National Trust-owned Greys Court in Henley-on-Thames is a mainly Tudor house with a tower dating back to 1347. The grounds contain many interesting buildings, including a Tudor wheelhouse, an ornamental vegetable garden, a maze and an ice house.
  • The Cult of Beauty

    02 Apr

    Delve into an age of decadence with The Cult of Beauty, an exhibition at the V&A Museum on the Aesthetic Movement in Britain. Pieces ranging from paintings to ceramics showcase one of the most sensuously beautiful art periods in Western tradition.
  • Trafalgar Roof Garden

    01 Apr

    A well kept secret awaits you at the top of the Hilton Trafalgar hotel. The chic, candlelit Trafalgar Roof Garden is a great way to start a romantic night on the town or to unwind after a hard day's graft.
  • Henry Moore Foundation at Perry Green

    30 Mar

    Tucked away in Hertfordshire's undulating countryside, Perry Green was English sculptor Henry Moore's home from 1940 until 1977. The gardens, barns and sheep fields contain numerous sculptures, drawings and lithographs, tapestries, working models and carvings made by the artist.
  • Greenwich Children's Theatre Festival

    31 Mar

    The Greenwich Theatre presents its annual festival of Children's Theatre, with a range of performances at venues across the borough. With puppets and poets, folk tales and fairy tales, magic and music on offer, the programme is full of surprises.
  • Crofton Roman Villa

    01 Apr

    Touch ancient Roman objects like coins and pottery, excavated at Crofton Roman Villa in Orpington. Evidence of underfloor heating within the ten rooms of this former farming estate reveals the sophistication of Roman life.
  • Italian Film Festival

    01 Apr

    The Italian Film Festival (IFF) is the only dedicated showcase for new Italian cinema in the UK and Ireland. It brings the screening of an imaginative programme of contemporary films, shorts and documentaries to London's Riverside Studios.

  • Deutsche Börse Photography Prize

    01 Apr

    The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize is awarded annually to a living photographer of any nationality who has significantly contributed to the medium over the previous year. Work by the four shortlisted artists is exhibited at London's P3 exhibition space.