Global Poster Gallery
LONDON TRANSPORT MUSEUM
The new gallery celebrates this important design heritage and its global influence. Set over two floors, the permanent gallery has launched with its first blockbuster exhibition, How to Make a Poster, which will run until 2025. The exhibition is a visual exploration of poster commissioning and creativity in the pre-digital age from 1900.
Guys & Dolls
Booking until 31 August
The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time. It has more hit songs, more laughs and more romance than any show ever written. The seating is wrapped around the action while immersive tickets transport you to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana in the unlikeliest of love stories.
11 JANUARY – 10 FEBRUARY
In a sleepy town in the Wild West, the women drift through their days like tumbleweed. Their husbands, swept up in the goldrush, have been missing for almost a year. And one day, handsome bandit Jack Cannon, a trans masc cowboy, swaggers up to the town’s saloon, inspiring a gender revolution.
The Winter Editions
Until 21 January
The Photographers Gallery
The Winter Editions is a new collection from the Print Sales Gallery, celebrating the beauty, wonder and whimsy of winter. 12 artists interpret the theme, travelling through landscapes that span the vast expanses of the Siberian Arctic, to the lush and mystical forests of Croatia. Pictured: The Fur Coat, 1994 © Fouad Elkoury.
25 January – 14 April
This exhibition explores the irresistible force of cuteness in contemporary culture. From emojis to internet
memes, video games to plushie toys, food to loveable robotic design, cuteness has taken over the world. But how has something so charming and seemingly harmless gained such traction?
THIS MONTH’S MUST SEE
My Neighbour Totoro
Until 23 March
This production opened at the Barbican in October last year, where it received both critical and audience acclaim, winning five WhatsOnStage Awards and six Olivier Awards, the most for any production this year. The enchanting coming-of-age story explores the magical fantasy world of childhood and the transformative power of imagination, as it follows one extraordinary summer in the lives of sisters Satsuki and Mei.