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Samurai Women From 9 January THE EXHIBITION IST H OT EL
Playing with our notion of female identity in society, Pam Glew’s work is profound and beautiful. This latest exhibition reignites her dialogue around themes of sustainability versus waste, and light versus dark, using her familiar stitch, bleach and dye to potent effect. 8-10 Queensberry Place, SW7; theexhibitionisthotel.com pamglew.co.uk
Rat Maddox E T Gallery NA
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Parliament Square Until 6 January
U NTI L 3 1 JA NUA RY • MA D D OX GALLERY
BUSH THEATR E
Maddox Gallery’s Autumn Contemporary exhibition sees the continuation of the new RETNA artworks - which are bold and dynamic - alongside a showcase of some of the world’s most sought-after artists including Bradley Theodore, David Yarrow, The Connor Brothers and Andy Warhol.
One day, Kat leaves her family and travels to London to carry out an act that will change everyone's life forever. Raw and compassionate, James Fritz’s powerful play forces a confrontation with some of the most urgent questions we face. What can one individual do to effect change?
9 Maddox Street, W1S; maddoxgallery.co.uk
7 Uxbridge Road, W12; bushtheatre.co.uk
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