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The Science Museum’s big spring/summer exhibition, Robots, looks at human fascination with the machines throughout history, and features 100 different robots, from a 16th-century mechanical monk to Cyan, a huge humanoid robot built in 1957.
The exhibition is set over five different time periods showing how robots have changed over time, and influences have included religious belief, the industrial revolution and 20th-century popular culture.
Tate Britain is staging the biggest ever David Hockney retrospective this spring covering the artist’s career from the early 1960s to the present day, and from his painting and prints to photography and video.
From his portraits and Los Angeles swimming pools to the landscapes of his native Yorkshire and his most recent paintings (some of which have not been publicly displayed before), the exhibition shows Hockney’s artistic development over the course of his career.
Turner Prize-winning photographer Wolfgang Tillmans has a mid-career retrospective at Tate Modern showing from February to June.
The exhibition will examine Tillmans’ work in a variety of media — predominantly photography, but also music, video and installation works. He is even being given one of the gallery’s Tank spaces for 10 days (March 3 to 12) to exhibit an immersive work featuring music, video and live performance.
A new version of Hamlet starring Andrew Scott and Juliet Stevenson is one of the hot tickets for this spring on London’s theatre scene.
Scott is best known for his TV villain Moriarty in the phenomenally successful Sherlock, as well as the villain in the 2015 Bond film Spectre. He is joined by Truly, Madly, Deeply actress Stevenson, playing Gertrude.
Andrew Garfield leads a starry cast in the two-part epic play Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes by Tony Kushner at the National Theatre, directed by Marianne Elliott.
Set in the US in the 1980s, in the middle of the AIDS crisis during the Reagan administration, the play examines lives, loves, sex and death in the homosexual community, starting off in New York.
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