Operas in London Friday 28 October

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We don’t have any more operas, but here are some more events taking place on Friday 28 October:

A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer28 October“A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer” is a musical look at living with cancer — complete with shiny costumes and songs!

“King Lear” — Glenda Jackson, Jane Horrocks28 OctoberOscar winner Glenda Jackson is reprising her role as King Lear in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, at the Old Vic Theatre.

Money Matters — at the British Museum28 October‘Money Matters’ will show how its role has evolved throughout the centuries, explaining concepts like taxation, inflation, banking and debt.

Opus Anglicanum: English Medieval Embroidery28 OctoberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Opus Anglicanum’ exhibition will show some masterpieces of English medieval embroidery.

Dead Funny — Ralf Little and Katherine Parkinson28 OctoberWhen Benny Hill and Frankie Howard drop dead, Eleanor discovers what’s more important – the Dead Funny Society or her marriage.

Heaven on Earth — Maino’s Two Adorations28 OctoberThe National Gallery will be showing two works by Maino – ‘The Adoration of the Shepherds’ and ‘The Adoration of the Kings’.

In The Heights — Tony Award-winning musical28 October“In The Heights” is a Tony Award-winning musical built around the infectious Latin rhythms of salsa and merengue.

The Last Five Years — at the St. James Theatre28 October“The Last Five Years” tells the story of a couple falling in and out of love over five years, as their careers take off and decline.

“Sunny Afternoon” — the story of The Kinks28 October“Sunny Afternoon” tells the story of how Ray Davies and The Kinks rose to become one of the Sixties best British bands.

Wounded: Conflict, Casualties and Care28 OctoberThe Science Museum’s ‘Wounded: Conflict, Casualties and Care’ exhibition will look at medicine during the Battle of the Somme.

Heroes and Villains — at the Cartoon Museum28 OctoberCome and enjoy some cartoons, caricatures and comic strips of the people we all love to love — or love to hate.

Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear28 OctoberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Undressed’ exhibition will explore the history of underwear from the 18th-century to today.

Agatha Christie crime thriller — The Mousetrap28 OctoberAgatha Christie’s murder mystery crime thriller “The Mousetrap” has been running in the West End for nearly 60 years.

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