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London arts the best art theatre dance and concerts to see

Art and theatre lovers have a wide range of shows this week. While we know that you will always love playing your favorite online games with a Moplay bonus, we are sure the art lover in your are looking for something more too. Thankfully, London offers a lot - and we will take a look at just what you could catch this week.

The Top Shows to Look Out For
The following shows are happening this week in London. If you are an enthusiastic art, theatre, dance and concert lover bookmark these events.

  1. Othello
    Shakespeare's tragedy is opening this week. The official images have been released while the actors are in rehearsals. The play will be held at the Shakespeares Globe Production.

    The play features Mark Hall as Othello, Mike Rylance as Iago and Olivia Award winner Sheila Etim as Olivia. Othello was directed by Claire van Kampen and she also composed the music. The designs are done by Jonathan Fensom.

  2. Home I'm Darling
    The quest to be the best housewife has Katherine Parkinson playing Judy in this unsettling comedy. Watching the comedy will have any viewer begging the question how happily married are the married? 

    The production of the show was opened at Theatr Clwyd in June and directed by Clwyd artistic. Tamara Harvey also made her national debut. The play will be running until September 5th. 

  3. The Lieutenant of Inishmore
    Aidan Turner makes an anticipated come back to revive Martin McDonagh's black comedy The Lieutenant of Inishmore. The show will be held at Noel Coward's theatre for a limited season. The Michael Grandage company is the production team behind the whole show. 

    The Lieutenant of Inishmore is a dark comedy that follows an extreme terrorist who is even deemed too dangerous for the IRS. Marc Mcdonough the writer has produced Olivier award-winning plays like Hangmen, the Beauty Queen of Leenane and The Pillowman. The show will run till 8th September. 

  4. Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919-33
    Tate Modern is exploring the art from German war in a year-long exhibition. They will be drawn upon the rich holdings of The George Economou Collections.

    The show will explore a different number of artists such as Albert Birkle, George Grosz, Otto Dix and Jeanne Mammen. 

    Magic Realism in today's world is associated with Latin Literature. But a lot of it is being inherited from Frank Doh who invented it in 1925. He was an artist and a critic. This is a grand opportunity for the public to view a great range of work that is not usually accessible. 

  5. Edinburgh Festival
    Well, this one isn't exactly in London and you would have to take a drive of a few hours. The Edinburgh festival is a great way to explore the Historic City of Edinburgh town. The August tour will be limited to ten people per tour making it more relaxing to tour the whole city. 

    Which of these are you going to visit? Let us know in the comments below.  

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