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Sarah Silverman

Silverman is massive in the States but her first show over here in 2008 was an unmitigated disaster.  

Tickets were priced at £50 and when she performed for just 40 minutes she felt the wrath of her disgruntled fans.

Back to set the record straight, she holes up in the Bloomsbury for a night of foul-mouthed and caustic comedy.

Fingers crossed. 

£25, Feb 9, 7.30pm 
The Bloomsbury Theatre, WC1H 0AH  
Tube | Euston Square


Bird’s Eye View Fest

This female film fest shows that it’s not just Zero Dark Thirty helmer Katherine Bigelow making waves out there.

This year’s event focuses on the Arab women making great films, and the dedication needed to make the art at all. 

Apr 3-10, various times BFI, 
SE1 8XT  
Tube | Waterloo

David Bowie is ...

This year is shaping up to be massive for the Brixton-born Bowie.

Not only has he stunned the world with a new single, Where Are We Now?, and album, The Next Day, but he is also the focus of this retrospective exhibition looking at his life and work.

Music videos, handwritten lyrics, stage costumes including the bodysuit for the 1973 Aladdin Sane tour (above), photos, set designs and his own instruments are all on display for fellow Spiders from Mars. 

£14, Mar 23-Jul 28, Sat-Thur, 10am-5.30pm
Fri, 10am-10pm V&A, SW7 2RL 
Tube | Kensington 


The Great Map

The large outdoor space at the National Maritime Museum becomes a giant interactive map loaded with info on seafaring ways and mega water battles.

You can walk across it and there are also touch screen tablets with more info so you can learn how the oceans’ winds drive ships, and who defeated who, where, and most importantly, how.

Opens March Romney Road 
SE10 9NF 
Station | Maze Hill


The Rest is Noise Festival 

This showcase of music from the 20th century reflects on how war, sex, race and politics shaped those hundred years.

“Inspired by [music critic] Alex Ross’ award-winning book, The Rest Is Noise, we have set out to capture the spirit of a century and how music reflected its discords,” Southbank Centre artistic director Jude Kelly explains of the seven-month-long festival.0

With more than 100 concerts (Liza Minnelli), 150 talks and debates, film screenings (Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris), the history of music from 1900 onwards comes under the spotlight in a way never before seen in this country.

Until June 9, various times 
Southbank Centre 
Belvedere Road, E1 8XX  
Tube | Waterloo

Lichtenstein: a Retrospective

One of the fathers of pop art and one of the most important artists of the 20th century, Roy Lichtenstein gets his first major retrospective in this country, which pulls together 125 of his works – including Whaam! (1963) and Masterpiece (1962, above) – in celebration of his advertising and comic-strip-influenced output.

This Tate and Art Institute of Chicago collaboration is one of 2013’s cultural highlights and features loads of pop art talks and lectures.

£14, Feb 21-May 27, Sun-Thur, 10am-6pm
Fri & Sat, 10am-10pm Tate Modern,
Bankside, SE1 9TG  
Tube | London Bridge


The best events in London 2013: From Sarah Silverman and The Book of Mormon to Lichtenstein retrospective
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