At the Cambridge Theatre, the story of a little girl in love with reading who, with her rich imagination and sharp mind, manages to change her own destiny. Matilda, the multiple-award-winning musical of the Royal Shakespeare Company, inspired by the incomparable book by Ronald Dahl, with the libretto by Dennis Kelly and original music by Tim Minchin, comes to London to enchant both young and old. Winner of seven Olivier Awards and over 90 international awards, including 23 for best musical, the show which debuted for the first time at the Courtyard Theatre of Stratford in 2010 - and a year later at the Cambridge Theatre - continues to delight audiences.
Protest and Tenderness - Zanele Muholi at the Tate Modern
Over 260 photos retrace the entire career of the South African activist, documenting their multifaceted life as an outspoken part of South Africa’s gay, lesbian, trans, queer and intersexual community.
At the British Museum, a Journey through the History of the Tantra
From India in the Middle Ages to contemporary feminism, tantric philosophy revolutionised both East and West. But what do we really know about it? A gallery of precious objects reveals its secrets across cultures and time.