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18 May
MAKING HISTORY - Lubaina Himid

When Lubaina Himid’s theatrical, witty and challenging works of art addressing colonial history and racism won More

27 May
CARRINGTON’S LETTERS - Anne Chisholm and Eve Best

The artist Dora Carrington was considered a Bloomsbury outsider yet she lived at its heart as More

28 May
THE GOOD CHEER CLUB - Alexander McCall Smith

Alexander McCall Smith is one of our most versatile men of letters. He simultaneously maintains five More

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