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The Old Vic Theatre’s new season starting this autumn is the first for new artistic director Matthew Warchus. Taking over from Kevin Spacey to run one of London’s most historic theatres, Warchus’s first season is a mix of new and old plays, from Pinter to Dr Seuss’s The Lorax, and includes a musical and a Eugene O’Neill production.
The British Museum’s autumn exhibition on Celtic history covers the culture and art that linked the various Celtic tribes of Iron Age and Mediaeval Europe.
Celts: Art and Identity looks at 2,500 years of Celtic history from their first recorded mention to the modern-day associations of the name (19th-century Celtic Revival, Celtic Football Club, Asterix etc).
Goya: The Portraits is set to be a highlight of the autumn art season, the first ever exhibition to focus solely on the Spanish master artist’s portraiture.
Francisco de Goya’s candid paintings of 18th to 19th-century royalty and Spanish court society make for fascinating viewing as they are considered so psychologically revealing of their sitters. The National Gallery’s exhibition follows Goya’s career from court painter to Charles III, through the years of turmoil that Spain suffered under Joseph Bonaparte and Ferdinand VII, and ending with Goya’s final years in France.
Liberty in Fashion is a major retrospective of iconic department store Liberty of London at the Fashion & Textile Museum from the autumn, celebrating the company’s 140th anniversary.
Liberty is known for its distinctive floral and graphic textile designs. It has been at the cutting edge of fashion, design and decorative arts since 1875, when founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty opened up shop on Regent Street, selling ornaments, fabrics and objets d’art inspired by the Far East. Within a decade the store was designing its own in-house apparel and collaborating with designers to bring it to the forefront of British fashion and the arts and crafts movement.
Tate Britain has a major retrospective on the great Frank Auerbach over the winter. The gallery is showing around 70 paintings and drawings spanning the artist’s career, from the 1950s to the present day.
Most of the artworks included in this exhibition come from private collections, and have rarely been exhibited publicly.
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