Lauded by critics for his role as Kevin in the 2017 Best Picture Oscar-winner Moonlight, André Holland makes his London stage debut in the title role of Shakespeare’s tragedy, playing the Moorish general tormented by Jealousy. But it’s his co-star who confirms the show as summer’s hottest ticket: playing the deviously manipulative Iago is Mark Rylance. Until 13th October at Shakespeare’s Globe


Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One

As people across the globe picked up the pieces in the aftermath of the First World War, there was also an unpresented flourishing of creativity. Marking the centenary of the armistice, Aftermath provides insight into the bold new forms of art being created in the tumultuous years following 1918. This is the story of the birth of Dada and Surrealism, of the cruelly acute caricatures of Weimar Germany by George Grosz and Otto Dix, and of the era of Pablo Picasso’s greatest works. Until 23rd October at Tate Modern

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