Operas in London Wednesday 2 November

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We don’t have any more operas, but here are some more events taking place on Wednesday 2 November:

Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear2 NovemberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Undressed’ exhibition will explore the history of underwear from the 18th-century to today.

Guided walk around Wren’s city churches2 NovemberThis guided walk will show you tsome of Sir Christopher Wren’s finest City churches, rebuilt after the Great Fire of London.

Edmund Clark: State Control and the War of Terror2 NovemberThe Imperial War Museum will be putting on an exhibition by Edmund Clark, exploring State control and the War on Terror.

Half A Sixpence — Flash, Bang, Wallop!2 NovemberCameron Mackintosh and Julian Fellowes are bringing ‘Half A Sixpence’ to the West End, based on HG Well’s novel.

Forgotten Fighters: First World War at Sea2 November“Forgotten Fighters” will tell the story of the people who fought the First World War at sea, both above and below the waves.

Bhupen Khakhar exhibition, at the Tate Modern2 NovemberThe Tate Modern will be putting on an exhibition of works by the Indian artist Bhupen Khakhar.

Steven Berkoff’s ‘Lunch’ and ‘The Bow of Ulysses’2 NovemberTrafalgar Studios are showing two of Steven Berkoff’s finest small plays together — ‘Lunch’ and ‘The Bow of Ulysses’.

The Middle, by Tom Ellis — at the Wallace Collection2 NovemberThe British artist Tom Ellis has been commissioned to create a series of works for the Wallace Collection, called ‘The Middle’.

Catch “The Gruffalo” — at the Lyric Theatre2 November“The Gruffalo” is a musical adaptation of the award winning picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Bond in Motion — collection of James Bond cars2 November“Bond in Motion” is a huge collection of original cars, bikes and boats used during filming in the 007 James Bond movies.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong — Apollo Theatre2 November“Peter Pan Goes Wrong” tells the story of Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society’s inept attempts to put on show.

Climb to the top of The Monument2 NovemberThe Monument to the Great Fire of London has a balcony at the top, which gives tourists some decent views of The City.

“King Lear” — Glenda Jackson, Jane Horrocks2 NovemberOscar winner Glenda Jackson is reprising her role as King Lear in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, at the Old Vic Theatre.

Yeoman Warder tour, at the Tower of London2 NovemberOne of the best ways of seeing the Tower of London is alongside a Yeoman Warder (better known as the “Beefeaters”).

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