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The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London delves into an overlooked chapter in the Impressionist story.Hosted by Tate Britain, it looks back to the 1870s, when France was devastated by the Franco-Prussian war and insurrection in Paris, and explores how many artists chose to seek refuge across the Channel.The exhibition comes as part of a collaborative project between the British Museum, Penguin Books and the BBC, building on a Radio 4 series presented by the former director of the British Museum, Neil Mac Gregor, who believes that Britain is trying to become the first society in history to function without a religious belief at its core.The exhibition, meanwhile, will look at the benefits and risks of the expression of these beliefs in terms of co-existence and conflict in societies such as 17th-18th century Japan, China and the Soviet Union.Taking over the labyrinth of the Vaults, the three-day festival will also play host to a Mayan jungle, a recreation of the Cemetery Panteon General in Oaxaca and a reincarnation experience that brings together poetry and songs and provides guests with the chance to pay their respects to the loved ones they've lost.

With extra lanes added to cope with demand, Sliders, the bowling-on-ice that proved so popular here at Roof East last winter, returns.

Expect to see images that capture or represent great journalistic importance from the last year, with images of Quezon City jail, one of the Philippines' most overcrowded prisons; victims of the Islamic State in Mosul, Iraq; protests against police brutality in Louisiana, US; and men struggling in the water during a rescue in the Mediterranean.

An all star cast and creative team come directed by Olivier Award winner Ivo van Hove come together for Lee Hall's stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1976 film, Network, penned by Paddy Chayefsky.

But not everything Aunt Alberta tells her turns out to be true in this tale of frights, fights and friendship.

Featuring a very old car, a very large owl and a very small ghost.

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