Our round-up will help you keep updated with the dizzying array of new and recently opened exhibitions in London. Think there's a great show we've missed? Tell us in the comments below.
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A byword for timeless elegance both on-screen and off, Audrey Hepburn is one of the twentieth century’s most enduring style icons. The National Portrait Gallery’s summer show charts Hepburn’s picture-perfect career, from West End chorus girl to leading lady.Read more
Judith Kerr fled Nazi Germany in 1933 aged nine years old, and began drawing as a refugee in Switzerland and France. Her first picture book, 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea', has been delighting families since it was published in 1968. This exhibition looks at Kerr's experience as a refugee settling in London and how she became an artist and storyteller.Read more
Featuring play things designed by Ken Garland, Roger Limbrick, Patrick Rylands and Fredun Shapur, this exhibition brings together the best in British Modernist toy design from those who led the way. During the 1960s and '70s, a number of designers began to rethink the way in which children play, designing objects that would result in the best experience for them.Read more
Documenting archaeological sites, monuments and landscapes of India and Burma, Captain Linnaeus Tripe gave western society a rare and unique view of these far off lands in the nineteenth century.Read more
All hail the power of taps and toilets, two amenities that we Londoners very much take for granted. WaterAid has put together this exhibition of archive material, photographs by Thomas Ball and sanitation stories from the charity's' supporters – including Ringo Starr, Hugh Bonneville and Sir Tony Robinson – to mark the 150th anniversary of the capital's sewage system.Read more