Culture Monday

 Installation image for 'You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-70', V&A Museum. Photo (c) Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Installation image for 'You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-70', V&A Museum. Photo (c) Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Monday need hold no fear, as we've pulled together enough cultural tips to keep you going eight days a week (that's a reference to the new Beatles film - see below). There's a bit of a sixties feel to this week's tips but, thanks to events like the London Design Festival and Brighton Art Fair, plenty of contemporary inspiration too. Let's go! 

 

Art

You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 @ V&A Museum, London (until 26 February 2017)

- Es Devlin's Mirror Maze @ Copeland Park, Peckham, London (21 to 25 September)

- 1966 and all that: Graham Keen @ Lucy Bell Gallery, St Leonards on Sea (until 24 September)

David Hockney @ Royal Academy, London (until 2 October 2016)

- International Print Biennale @ across North East England (until 30 October)

 

Music

- Dilly Dally, on tour @ Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol and London (19 to 22 September)

 

Film

- The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou @ The Nomad Cinema, Hyde Park Lido, London (21 September)

- The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years @ nationwide

 

Books

- Write on Kew literary festival @ Kew Gardens, London (22 to 25 September)

 

Theatre

- Tony's Last Tape  @ Everyman Theatre, Liverpool (22 to 24 September)

 

Events

- Burberry Makers House @ Manette Street, London (21 to 24 September)

- Neu! Reekie! Celts @ National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh (23 September) 

- London Design Festival, throughout London (until 25 September)

- Brighton Art Fair @ Brighton Dome (23 to 25 September)

 

 

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