Outdoor events in London Sunday 26 February

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That’s all the outdoor events, but there are plenty more days out on Sunday 26 February including:

“Travelling Light”, at the National Theatre26 FebruaryWhen Motl Mendl first sees the silent images on his dad’s cinematograph, he is entranced. With encouragement from his friend Anna, Motl leaves his little village and ends up as a famed film director. “Travelling Light” is a study of the Eastern European immigrants who rose to became major players in Hollywood’s golden age.

Hajj — Journey to the heart of Islam26 FebruaryHajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, and every muslim must make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least one time in their lives. This major new exhibition will chart the history of this journey, exploring how pilgrims have tackled it through the centuries.

Mondrian || Nicholson: In Parallel26 FebruaryThe Courtauld Gallery is putting on a special exhibition which follows the friendship that developed between Piet Mondrian and Ben Nicholson — two of the leading forces of abstract art. Using major paintings and reliefs by both artists, its explores the parallel paths that Mondrian and Nicholson charted during the 1930s in their Hampstead studios.

Who Do You Think You Are? — Live!26 FebruaryLondon Olympia will be hosting a live version of the popular TV show “Who Do You Think You Are?”. If you’ve ever wondered what your ancestors did for a living, where they lived and how they died, then this show is the perfect place to start.

See the London Olympic medals, at the British Museum26 FebruaryThe British Museum will be hosting a small exhibition showcasing all the medals that can be won at the London Olympics. Also on show will be medals from the 1908 and 1948 London Olympics. The display will tell the complete story of the medals from start to finish, from the mining of the metal to the creation of the designs, to the final casting at the Royal Mint.

Yayoi Kusama exhibition26 FebruaryYayoi Kusama is probably best-known for her repeating dot patterns. Since 1977 this intriguing artist has spent much of her life living in a psychiatric institution, and her work has been touched by obsession and a desire to escape from psychological trauma.

“She Stoops to Conquer”, at the National Theatre26 February“She Stoops To Conquer” tells the story of Hardcastle, who’s trying to introduce his eligable daughter to his old friend’s son. But his son is crippled with shyness when it comes to wooing the upper classes, and he is tricked into thinking his prospective father-in-law is an old innkeeper, and his daughter is a barmaid.

“Migrations” exhibition — Tate Britain26 FebruaryCutting through 500 years of history, the exhibition will include works by Lely, Kneller, Mondrian, Bomberg and more. It was also explore the 16th and 17th-century Dutch and Flemish artists who came over in search of new patrons for their landscape and still-life work.

Queen Elizabeth II, by Cecil Beaton26 FebruaryCecil Beaton photographed The Queen as she went from being a princess to a monarch and a mother. This exhibition will feature nearly 100 of his best portraits. Also included are extracts from Beaton’s own letters and diaries, which will reveal the intense planning and working practice of a royal sitting.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds26 FebruaryEver since he split from Oasis in October 2009, Noel has kept a backseat whilst his brother Liam formed Beady Eye. But now Noel has his own band — High Flying Birds — and is taking them out a seven date UK and Ireland tour. They will be playing tracks from their debut album and a selection of old Noel Gallagher songs.

Comedy legend Jackie Mason — his farewell UK show26 FebruaryJackie Mason is back in town with “Fearless” — his farewell show in the UK. Jackie’s politically incorrect and acerbic wit will be aimed at everything from the ecomony and the US presidential race to the Olympics, David Cameron, and his hilarious take on every day life. As Jackie says, “If it’s in the news, it’s in the show!”

The City of London Walk26 FebruaryThis 90-minute walk will explore the ancient Square Mile with its secret spaces and architecture spanning 2,000 years of history. This is an excellent introduction to the oldest part of London, with fascinating tales stretching from the Romans all the way up to the 21st-century.

“Three Days In May”… with Warren Clarke26 February“Three Days in May” takes us behind the famous Downing Street door for three of the most pivotal days in British history. Newly installed as Prime Minister, Winston Churchill assembles the war cabinet and tries to persuade the appeasers that Britain’s only option is to fight on alone.

Stephen Hawking: A 70th birthday celebration26 FebruaryThe Science Museum will be celebrating Professor Stephen Hawking’s 70th birthday with a small exhibition of objects and papers from his own archives. There will also be some specially recorded audio by Professor Hawking himself, and some photographs that span his life and career, many of them previously unseen.

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