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29 June 2007 - 25 November 2007
VENUE: Design Museum, Shad Thames, London, SE1

The first full scale exhibition in the UK for influential architect Zaha Hadid, focusing on her recent work; one of the largest projects that Design Museum has undertaken. The winner of the Pritzker Prize in 2004, Zaha Hadid's work includes the just completed Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati, her first substantial project to date; an opera house in China; a museum in Rome and a skyscraper in Dubai.

19th July 2007 – 17th February 2008
VENUE: Hacienda 25

Take a step back 25 years in time to the halcyon days of the “Madchester” music era and revisit the Hacienda, the legendary nightclub that became an international phenomenon and changed the face of the city forever. Relive the experiences of Peter Saville, Peter Hook, Tony Wilson, Ben Kelly and Rob Gretton through their own stories and items from personal collections, including previously unseen video footage, items from the club itself and the graphic design that was instrumental in shaping the club’s identity. Hacienda themed events are organised throughout the exhibition, from talks and debates to film and gig screenings.

5 September 2007 to 6 October 2007
VENUE: Barbican Theatre

Award-winning experimental theatre company Complicite presents a new work at the Barbican. A Disappearing Number explores the world of mathematics and the complexity of modern India.

15th September – 30th March 2008
VENUE: Kew Gardens, Kew Road, Surrey, Richmond, TW9 3AB map

This major exhibition brings together l28 large-scale sculptures, including several which have never been displayed in London before, exhibited across Kew's 300 acres. The show pays tribute to the inspiration Moore drew from nature and his enjoyment of seeing his work in a landscape setting.

20th September to 14th October
VENUE: Tara Studio, 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES

Now in its 30th anniversary year, Tara bring its unique approach and style to one of Shakespeare’s greatest and most ethereal plays ‘The Tempest’. Directed by Jatinder Verma and designed by Claudia Mayer. Box Office: 020 8333 4457

20th September – 11th November 2007
VENUE: Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, W2 3XA

'Drawing Restraint', installation of drawing, film and props by the celebrated American artist. Open daily from 10am-6pm.

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