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      Until 27th May 2013
      Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, Tate Modern. This is the first full-scale retrospective of this important artist in over twenty years. Co-organised by the Art Institute of Chicago and Tate Modern, this show brings together 125 definitive pieces, including paintings on Rowlux and steel, as well as sculptures in ceramic and brass and a selection of previously unseen drawings and collages.
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      Until 14th April 2013
      Manet: Portraying Life, Royal Academy of Arts. This singularly important exhibition is the first ever retrospective devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet. Spanning the entire career of this enigmatic and at times controversial artist, ‘Manet: Portraying Life’ brings together the most relevant works from across Europe, Asia and the USA.
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      Florence Nightingale, Ezra Pound and Charles Dickens are just three of the extraordinary individuals who lived in London. Hunt down their residences as you wander the London streets.
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      Leighton House Museum is the former residence of Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton. His opulent property features a stunning Arab Hall with a gilded dome, along with intricate Islamic mosaics and diverse artworks. Well worth a visit, why not talk to our concierge to find out more about talks and other events in this famous home from the ‘Holland Park Circle’?
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      The Royal Opera House and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre are two of the most famous cultural venues in the world. But it’s not just the show itself. Explore behind the scenes and book a backstage tour, providing you with a unique glimpse to remember always. Fascinating.
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      A short stroll from the Berkeley, the Duke of Wellington’s former home, Apsley House, is fondly known as ‘Number One London’, thanks to its prestigious location at the juncture of Park Lane and Knightsbridge. Tens of thousands of Londoners pass by its majestic Robert Adam façade every day, yet few realise this magnificent Georgian townhouse is open to the public as a museum and gallery, housing one of London’s finest art collections - including works by Velazquez, Rubens, Goya and van Dyck - in intimate, elegant surroundings.
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