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Address: St. James’s Park / Greenwich Park / Tower Bridge / Westminster / Temple / Bermondsey / Deptford / Westcombe Park / Woolwich
Last year, giving her “blessing” to one of the most famous and spectacular marathons in the world, live on television, from a special podium set up in front of the Round Tower of the Castle of Windsor, was Queen Elizabeth herself. This year, the London Marathon falls on 28 April and while you can no longer sign up to run, since the “public ballot entry system” for 2019 has been closed for some time, you can certainly watch the athletes cover the more than 40 kilometres that run from Greenwich to Buckingham Palace, in front of the city’s most well-known monuments, such as the Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye. There are three points of departure - Greenwich Park, St. John’s Park and Shooter’s Hill Road. And it matters little that the closure of several bridges may cause some difficulties for traffic. The marathon, besides being an institution for the city, has always been a grand celebration for all.
From Vienna to the Tate Modern, the Playful Inventions of Franz West
Disturbing forms and ice-cream colours, psycho-analysis and punk provocations - the journey of a pioneer of interactive art starts from here. It’s all waiting to be discovered in a large exhibition in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou.
Digital Powers: Hito Steyerl at the Serpentine Galleries
Look at the confines of art to explore new inequalities - the German filmmaker comes to London with a new project - Power Plants. Subject range from artificial intelligence, the latest field research, invisible surveillance and videogames.