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Deadline @Tate

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As negotiators and the media descend on Paris to discuss climate change, Deadline Festival will launch its unofficial programme at the Tate Modern gallery.

Deadline is a three-day arts festival, which will explore how culture in London interacts with the climate crisis.

It also marks the one year before the gallery’s sponsorship contract with oil giant BP runs out.

Tate Modern,
London SE1 9TG.
4-6 December

Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution

This exhibition looks at the life and works of Samuel Pepys, one of London’s most prolific diarists.

It pieces together the city’s story from the execution of Charles Stuart in 1649 to the plague and the Great Fire of London.

National Maritime Museum
London SE10 9NF.
Until 28 March


The Royal Obervatory is set to host the biggest photography exhibition of its kind, showcasing images shot by astronomers from across the world—including these mysterious clouds.

Photographer of the Year
Royal Observatory,
London SE10 8XJ.
Until 23 December.

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Tue 24 Nov 2015, 16:53 GMT
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