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The Monkees A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
The Definitive Monkees, Warner Strategic Market, 15
Loudon Wainwright III Hard Day On The Planet
One Man Guy: The Best Of Loudon Wainwright III 1982-1986
Morrissey I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris
Blur Song 2
Music Of The Millennium (Various), Universal Music Tv
Simon & Garfunkel 59th Street Bridge Song
The Definitive Simon & Garfunkel, Columbia
Big Impact Music
City Of Prague Philarmonic Orchestra/Craig Ogden Fields Of Gold
The Kooks Shine On
(CD Single), Virgin, 1
Fisherman's Friends No Hopers, Jokers and Rogues
The Lemon Pipers Green Tambourine
Million Sellers Vol.11 - The Sixties, Disky
Wet Wet Wet Weightless
The Pierces Glorious
(CD Single), Polydor, 1
Lily Allen Littlest Things
(CD Single), Parlophone, 4
Eva Cassidy San Francisco Bay Blues
The Gagarin50 exhibition in Sale looks at the life story of the first man in space Yuri Gagarin, and tells the remarkable story of how - against the government's wishes - he ended up arriving in Manchester 50 years ago to a hero's welcome.Find out more about Gagarin50
The Gagarin50 exhibition is on at the Waterside Arts Centre in Sale, Manchester until the 27th August.
Michael Billington’s Theatre Choices: A Delicate Balance
Penelope Wilton and Tim Pigott-Smith star in this revival of a 1966 play by Edward Albee. It's all about a wealthy American couple, Agnes and Tobias, who appear to inhabit a glamorous world of drinks parties and social clubs but the return home of their recently divorced daughter, the constant presence of Agnes’ alcoholic sister and the impromptu late-night arrival of some close friends, begin to peel away this veneer.A Delicate Balance
A Delicate Balance is at the Almeida in London till 2nd July.
Kingdom of Earth
In this the centenary year of the birth of Tennessee Williams comes one of his forgotten plays from 1968.Kingdom of Earth
Two brothers are fighting over possession of a farm in the Mississippi Delta and a woman called Myrtle, who's just married one of them, becomes a sexual pawn in their battle.
Kingdom of Earth is at The Print Room in London's Bayswater until 28th May.
I Am The Wind
Written by Norwegian Jon Fosse and translated by Simon Stephens this play is about two men who put to sea in a boat and who, in the process, discover something about themselves.I Am The Wind
I Am The Wind plays at the Young Vic in London until 21st May before heading to Austria and France.
The City Madam
In this the Royal Shakespeare Company’s 50th anniversary year and, in addition to all their Shakespeare shows, they're reviving this virtually unknown Jacobean comedy by Philip Massinger.The City Madam
It's all about a character called Sir John Frugal who pretends to retire to a monastery and hands over his property to his brother, Luke, to expose his greed and hypocrisy.
The City Madam plays in rep at The Swan in Stratford until 4th October.
Sue Steward’s Photography Choices: The Past Is Another Country – Jackie Nickerson
The Past is Another Country is a new exhibition of large-scale photographs by renowned artist Jackie Nickerson, which continues her investigation into the nature of identity and explores how global homogenisation has affected indigenous and local culture. Her work is driven by a passionate interest in people and their environments. The works in the exhibition - showing everyday objects and situations that we might see on a daily basis - examine a dilemma of our modern world, where we are caught in a space between tradition and modernity, the local and the global.The Past Is Another Country – Jackie Nickerson
The Past Is Another Country – Jackie Nickerson is at the Millennium Court Gallery in Portadown, Northern Ireland and runs until 25th June.
August Sander was a German photographer (1876 – 1964) and one of the most influential portrait photographers in history. During his whole career he photographed individuals and groups of people that he then classified according to their occupations and position in society.August Sander
The exhibition is taken from a major collection of over 170 modern prints, recently placed on long loan to Artist Rooms courtesy of Anthony d’Offay. The prints were produced from the original plates by August Sander’s grandson, Gerd Sander, who himself is a photographer and master printer. Together the collection of photographs gives a brilliant overview of Sander’s achievements as an artist, photographer and recorder of history.
The work of August Sander is at the Dean Gallery in Edinburgh until the 10th July.
A member of the prestigious Magnum Photos agency since 1958, Bruce Davidson took inspiration from his friend and mentor, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and went on to redefine the genre of photojournalism with his singular style and methods.Bruce Davidson
This exhibition features 40 works spanning his extensive 50 year career including 'The Circus', 'Brooklyn Gang' and 'East 100th Street', for which he lived respectively with a circus troupe, a gang on Coney Island and the inhabitants of a tenement block in Harlem.
Bruce Davidson is at Chris Beetles Fine Photographs Gallery London until 28th May.
Paul Graham: Photographs 1981 – 2006
The photography of Paul Graham charts all walks of life, from recession-hit Britain to the streets of Tokyo.Paul Graham: Photographs 1981 – 2006
This exhibition is the first major UK showing of his photographs taken over his 25 year career.
Paul Graham Photographs is at Whitechapel Gallery London to 19th June.
Donna Karan’s shop in London’s Conduit Street, is hosting an exhibition of fashion photographs by the 93 year old Lillian Bassman, one of the great pioneers of fashion as art. Lillian worked for Harper’s Bazaar from 1950 until 1965 and created a new aesthetic in black and white fashion photography. The striking photographs, hung on black walls, juxtaposed with Donna Karan’s elegant silhouettes are a real distraction from the clothes hanging on rails below.Lillian Bassman
The Lillian Bassman photographs are at the Donna Karan shop in Conduit Street London until 11th July.
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