Culture Monday

In a world where there's always so much to see, how do you decide what to do? Toss a coin? Close your eyes and take a stab at an art listing? If you're a fan of letting fate decide your activity, we're putting together a list of some of our top culture picks each week, starting today. Aren't you pleased to have stumbled on us?

 Mona Hatoum

Mona Hatoum

- Mona Hatoum @ Tate Modern (Until 21 August 2016)
- Jamaican Pulse: Art and Politics from Jamaica and the Diaspora @ The RWA, Bristol (until 11 September 2016)

- Green Man Festival, Brecon Beacons, Wales (18 - 21 August 2016) 
- Caught by the River, Fulham Palace, London (6-7 August 2016) 

Sid and Nancy (re-released 5 August in selected cinemas nationwide)

Heartbreak Productions, various open-air locations nationwide throughout August and September.
Alison Thea Skot and Rachel Parris' respective shows @ Edinburgh Fringe Festival (5 August until 29 August 2016)
Eisteddfod, Castle Meadows, Abergavenny (until 6 August 2016) 

Mark Pawson, Instant Publication Workshop @ Spike Island, Bristol (Saturday 13 August)

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Liz Seabrook

London, UK