What’s On in London in April

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Cabaret at the KitKat Club

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Playhouse Theatre

A fresh ensemble invigorates the perpetual show “Cabaret” at the KitKat Club. The latest line-up stars Cara Delevingne as Sally Bowles, alongside Olivier Award-winner Luke Treadaway as the Emcee and Michael Ahomka-Lindsay as Clifford Bradshaw. Audiences can immerse themselves in this unforgettable spectacle, with bookings open until February 2025.

For more details, visit kitkat.club.

About Women: Photographs by Dorothy Bohm

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Burgh House

Dorothy Bohm provides us with personal and candid insights into the diverse experiences of womanhood through her photographic work. A child refugee from Nazism, Bohm made the UK her home in 1939, later settling in Hampstead and dedicating her life to documenting women’s lives with tenderness, humor, and strength.

Explore her work at burghhouse.org.uk.

Minority Report at the Lyric Theatre

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19 April – 18 May

The Lyric Theatre

The Lyric Theatre presents a gripping theatrical adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s seminal tale, “Minority Report”, set in the year 2050. Dame Julia Anderton’s innovative Pre-Crime programme is at the crux of the narrative, which draws viewers into a real-time pursuit through the futuristic landscape of London, confronting our perceptions of justice and free will.

Get your tickets at lyric.co.uk.

The Art of Banksy: New Soho Exhibition

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New Soho Location

Celebrating its second year, “The Art of Banksy” exhibition opens in a magnificent new Soho venue, complete with immersive audio-visual enhancements, a novel café, and a museum shop. The show is highlighted by the globally exclusive appearance of the original “Flower Thrower” mural, a poignant gesture of solidarity with the Palestinian cause. Bookings are available until January 2025.

Visit artofbanksy.co.uk for more information.

Expressionists at Tate Modern

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25 April – 20 October

Tate Modern

In partnership with Munich’s Lenbachhaus, Tate Modern dedicates an exhibition to the pioneering works of Wassily Kandinsky, Gabriele Münter, and The Blue Rider group. This ensemble of artists aspired in the early 20th century to revolutionize modern art through international collaboration.

Learn more at tate.org.uk.

Nightmares on Wax & The Outlook Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall

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19 April

Royal Festival Hall

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of “Carboot Soul,” the iconic trip-hop album by Nightmares on Wax is brought to life with a unique reinterpretation by the 32-piece Outlook Orchestra. This one-night event promises a remarkable and novel listening experience with two performances.

Don’t miss this possibly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and book at southbankcentre.co.uk.

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