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06. Up front

EXHIBITION UNTIL 29th FEBRUARY RICHARD DEACON: DEEP STATE Memory, touch, sight, a sense of movement. These are all things explored by abstract artist Richard Deacon in Deep State, the latest in a series of the sculptor’s exhibitions at the Lisson stretching back to 2002. Materials such as steel, ceramics, clay, bent wood and ink on paper explore the relationship between depth and surface, what we see and what lies beneath. Exhibits twist, swell, recede and exist in different planes creating a multi-media experience that pulls the viewer inside the mind of this most skilled of contemporary artist. Lisson Gallery 67 Lisson Street, NW1 5DA lissongallery.com

FOOD 18th—29th FEBRUARY OMER SHADMI & DANIEL ZUR

THEATRE 19th—29th FEBRUARY THE WINTER’S TALE

Lifelong friends Omer and Daniel grew up together in Israel’s Jezreel Valley before learning their craft in kitchens in London, Berlin and Tel Aviv. For their Carousel residency the pair have created a menu that blends Israeli and Middle Eastern traditions and showcases their love of fresh, colourful ingredients and bold flavours. Dishes such as cured mackerel salad with horseradish aioli, shallots and sumac, and Cornish brill in tomato and green chilli marduma sauce, are designed to be shared between friends, the vibrant sauces mopped up with warm, light, fluffy flatbreads.

The Bridge Theatre Training Company, featuring some of the future stars of the London stage, marks the final weeks of winter with a seasonal classic. In Shakespeare’s late romance, King Leontes of Sicily becomes convinced that his pregnant wife Queen Hermione is carrying the child of his close friend King Polixenes of Bohemia. Driven wild by his delusions of betrayal, Leontes abandons his newborn daughter on a remote mountainside, kicking off a typically Shakespearean tale of coincidence, disguise, madness, obsession and love, featuring a remarkable shift in tone from tragedy to comedy and the greatest stage direction in the history of theatre: “Exit, pursued by a bear.”

Carousel 71 Blandford Street, W1U 8AB carousel-london.com

EXHIBITION 26th FEBRUARY —14th MARCH THE FAMILY UNIT This group exhibition of paintings and sculpture explores the concept of familial connections, both of lineage and of choice. A diverse array of artists reacted to the prompt “What does family mean to you?” by depicting loved ones, intimate moments bonding, and relationships of all types. Thompson’s Gallery 3 Seymour Place, W1H 5AZ thompsonsgallery.co.uk

The Cockpit Gateforth Street, NW8 8EH thecockpit.org.uk

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