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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 25TH NOVEMBER 2012

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Location map of Shakespeare: Staging the World

Underground Stations

Distance

Tottenham Court Road Tube Station

Oxford Street, London, Fitzrovia, W1D 1AN

5 mins from Shakespeare: Staging the World

Russell Square Tube Station

Bernard Street, London, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1HX

6 mins from Shakespeare: Staging the World

Holborn Tube Station

88-94 Kingsway, London, Holborn, WC2B 6AA

6 mins from Shakespeare: Staging the World

Mainline Stations

Distance

Euston Railway Station

Euston Road, London, King's Cross, NW1 2RT , Underground lines: Northern, Victoria

14 mins from Shakespeare: Staging the World

Eurostar

St Pancras International, Pancras Road, London, King's Cross, NW1 2QP

15 mins from Shakespeare: Staging the World

St Pancras International Station

Euston Road, London, King's Cross, NW1 2QP

15 mins from Shakespeare: Staging the World

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Recent Acquisitions: Two Sets Of Picasso Linocuts
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A Middle East Menagerie: Favourite Works Selected By Curatorial Assistants
Exhibitions | Until 18th May 2014 

British Museum

A selection of works from the Islamic collections, highlighting the theme of animals in Islamic art....More

Germany divided - Baselitz and his generation
Germany divided - Baselitz and his generation
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British Museum

Featuring over 90 works by some of the leading names in contemporary art, this exhibition of post-1945 prints and drawings ...More

 
Wise Men From The East: Zoroastrian Traditions In Persia And Beyond
Exhibitions | Until 27th April 2014 

British Museum

This small exhibition explains Zoroastrianism, an ancient but living religion named after the Prophet Zarathustra, through objects and coins from ...More

Vikings: Life And Legend
Vikings: Life And Legend
Exhibitions | Until 22nd June 2014 

British Museum

Weapons, coins, jewellery and the surviving timbers of a 37-metre-long Viking warship go on display at the British Museum's brand ...More

 
From Temple To Home: Celebrating Ganesha
Exhibitions | Until 25th May 2014 

British Museum

Historic sculptures and paintings together with stories highlighting the iconography of the elephant-headed Hindu deity known as the creator and ...More

Spitting Image: From Start to Finish
Exhibitions | Until 8th June 2014 

The Cartoon Museum 2 minutes walk from Shakespeare: Staging The World

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Spitting Image
Spitting Image
Exhibitions | Until 1st June 2014 

The Cartoon Museum 2 minutes walk from Shakespeare: Staging The World

This exhibition at the Cartoon Museum will feature cartoons, caricatures, puppets, teapots and other weird and wonderful ephemera from the ...More

 
Walls: Contemporary Artists On Cultural Identity
Exhibitions | Until 25th April 2014 

Pushkin House 3 minutes walk from Shakespeare: Staging The World

Works in various media exploring the theme of cultural and national identity, by artists including Tatiana Baskakova, Olga Bojko, Taus ...More

Robert Chandler: Ongoing Collaborative Translation Workshop
Exhibitions | Until 2nd May 2014 

Pushkin House 3 minutes walk from Shakespeare: Staging The World

A Russian-English translation workshop....More

 
 
 
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