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London events in April

Your guide to the best happenings in London this April

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Our April highlights

All of This Belongs to You

Opening just before Britain's General Election, this exhibition examines the role of public institutions in contemporary life and what it means to be responsible for a national collection. Specially commissioned interventions will be stationed throughout the Museum, raising questions about the opportunities, obligations and limits to participation within the V&A. The exhibition will also explore the role of design and architecture in defining areas including civic identity, technology, security and democracy.

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Until Sun Jul 19

Vivienne Westwood: Cut from the Past

This new exhibition, displayed within the ornate setting of Danson House, celebrates the impact of  eighteenth-century art and design on British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. Designs and outfits on show reference the Rococo paintings of French artists Watteau and Boucher. Working with pieces loaned from the V&A, the exhibition will also showcase pieces from Westwood's earlier creations including the Cut, Slash and Pull and Mini Crini collections.

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Danson House , Bexleyheath Until Friday October 30 2015
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Brenna L

Is there any annual spring music festivals that take place in London? We are looking at a Music trip in 2017 for students and hoping for something related to do there. 

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Ceri D

An alternative lecture on C.L.R. James and other writers’ opposition to WWII with James Heartfield, author of Unpatriotic History of the Second World War. CLR James wrote,"My friends, ... the democracy I haven’t got Hitler didn’t take from me."  Organised by education charity WORLDwrite, at Hatch, Homerton,London E9 6AB on Wednesday 8th April, 7.00pm .Book tickets online via https://clr-lecture.eventbrite.com