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What’s On London: Three Exhibitions That Are Worth A Visit

What’s On London: Three Exhibitions That Are Worth A Visit

What’s On in London… there are of course tons of things happening in London almost every single day of the year. Sometimes you have to bite the bullet and pay an admission fee, and sometimes there are free exhibitions that are worth a visit… Free is good. The money that has been saved then can be spent on a refreshing cup of tea and a clotted cream scone or perhaps a nice pint or two of cask ale…

There are three exhibitions that are currently running which I think are worth a visit. The Welcome Collection, British Library and the National Theatre where they are being held, also have lots more happening to keep you amused.

 

Landscape photographer of the year

 On display are over 100 photographers of some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK. The images were submitted as part of what is an annual competition.

On at the National Theatre until 10 February.
Free Entry

 

Death: A self-portrait

 On display are 300 works from a unique collection devoted to the iconography of death and our complex and contradictory attitudes towards it.

On at the Wellcome Collection until Sunday 24 February 2013
Free Entry

 

Murder in the Library: An A-Z of Crime Fiction

 An exhibition that will take you on a fascinating journey through the development of crime and detective fiction.

On at the British Library until the 12 May 2013
Free Entry

What’s on in London… go check out these exhibitions, or go check out something else. Go do something different. Explore and have fun…