Operas in London Sunday 18 December

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We don’t have any more operas, but here are some more events taking place on Sunday 18 December:

Peter Pan panto, at the Greenwich Theatre18 DecemberGreenwich Theatre has chosen “Peter Pan” as this year’s panto, which tells the tale of Peter, Wendy, Tinkerbell and Captain Hook.

Christmas lights in Carnaby Street18 DecemberCarnaby Street will be kicking off its Christmas season with a big switch-on ceremony on the 10th November.

Paul Nash exhibition — at Tate Britain18 DecemberTate Britain’s Paul Nash exhibition will show works from his entire life, from his earliest drawings up to his iconic war paintings.

Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear18 DecemberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Undressed’ exhibition will explore the history of underwear from the 18th-century to today.

Winter Ice Rink, at the Natural History Museum18 DecemberThe Natural History Museum always has one of the best outdoor ice rinks, decorated with a huge tree and fairy lights.

Robert Rauschenberg exhibition, at the Tate Modern18 DecemberThe Tate Modern will be putting on a retrospective exhibition of works by American artist Robert Rauschenberg.

Christmas carols in the grounds of Hampton Court18 DecemberSpend an atmospheric evening strolling through Hampton Court’s courtyards, singing Christmas carols as you go.

Jingle Bell Christmas, at the Royal Albert Hall18 DecemberJoin the London Concert Orchestra and Jingle Bell Dancers for an afternoon of festive favourites at the Royal Albert Hall.

Christmas panto: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs18 DecemberThis year’s Christmas panto at the Shaw Theatre will be “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”.

Sing-A-Long with the movie “Frozen”18 DecemberDisney’s animated classic “Frozen” is coming to the Prince Charles Cinema, in a special sing-a-long version for kids.

Portrait of the Artist — at the Queen’s Gallery18 DecemberSee over 150 portraits of artists taken from the Royal Collection, by the likes of Rembrandt, Rubens and Hockney.

Intrigue — James Ensor (curated by Luc Tuymans)18 DecemberThe Royal Academy of Arts have invited artist Luc Tuymans to curate an exhibition of works by James Ensor.

You Say You Want a Revolution? 1966-197018 DecemberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s new exhibition will explore the cultural and political revolutions at the tail end of the 1960s.

Night-time Christmas trail at Kew Gardens18 DecemberKew Garden’s Christmas trail includes a tunnel of lights, a scented fire garden, and a North Pole village for Santa and his elves.

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