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New Year, New You, New Experiences

Explore something new in London in 2024!

BBC Earth Experience

BBC Earth Experience – a ground-breaking new attraction offering visitors the chance to experience the extraordinary diversity of our seven unique continents, on the most epic scale featuring bespoke narration from David Attenborough. BBC Earth Experience will showcase footage,including extended scenes to fully immerse the visitor, and music from the BBC Studios Natural History Unit television series Seven Worlds, One Planet, projected on multiple multi-angle screens using the very latest digital screen technology. This new London attraction offers a truly transformative experience that will allow audiences of every age to feel like they’ve stepped into the natural world, losing themselves in boundless wonder as they travel to far flung places. And the best bit? No passport required! 

Visitors will take a majestic 360-degree audio visual journey as they marvel and explore iconic landscapes and connect with mesmerising animals on this epic adventure bringing environments to life. From fireflies putting on a spectacular light show in North America, to snub nosed monkeys huddling together to stay warm in Asia, and hungry hamsters fighting to keep their food in Europe, visitors will get to experience our seven continents in all their glory, like never before.

A World In Common: Contemporary African Photography

TATE MODERN EXHIBITION

6 JULY 2023 – 14 JANUARY 2024

A celebration of the varied landscape of contemporary African photography today.

Bringing together a group of artists from different generations, this exhibition will address how photography, film, audio, and more have been used to reimagine Africa’s diverse cultures and historical narratives.

Moving beyond a traditional photography exhibition, the show seeks to explore the many ways images travel across histories and geographies. Using themes of spirituality, identity, urbanism and climate emergency, the exhibition will guide the viewer through dream-like utopias and bustling cityscapes viewed from the artists’ perspectives.

The exhibition follows artists across the many landscapes, borders and time zones of Africa to reveal how photography allows the past and the future to co-exist in powerful and transformative ways.

A Mirror

Mon 22 Jan – Sat 20 Apr 2024

A Mirror is making its West End debut after a sold-out run at the Almeida Theatre. Writer Sam Holcroft (The National Theatre’s Rules for Living, Edgar & Annabel) and director Jeremy Herrin (Best of Enemies, People, Places, and Things) take audiences on a fascinating, hilarious, and thought-provoking trip.

Who judges what is art and what is truth when creativity and corruption collide? Geoffrey Streatfeild will reprise his role as Bax, and BIFA winner and BAFTA contender Samuel Adewunmi will play Adem.

Don’t miss this exhilarating and “brilliantly mischievous” new play, which is only running for a short time. The Trafalgar Theatre opens on January 22nd. Tickets begin at £20.

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