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Considered one of the country's best examples of late Georgian architecture, the former home of a self-described Gentleman of the Enlightenment has reopened following an eight-month, £5 million project which has reunited its buildings.
The Grundy Art Gallery plays host to artist Serena Korda's Aping the Beast, featuring two films, three performances and a large latex monster.
History & Heritage
Check out the top ten re-enactment and living history events happening at museums and heritage sites cross the UK during summer 2013.
Science & Nature
Toucans, birds of paradise, an adult orang-utan and a portrait by comedian Bill Bailey are among a largely-unseen collection of exhibits relating to Alfred Russel Wallace.
French artist Etienne Viard's debut exhibition in Britain reveals his destructive streak within folded, cut maquettes, steel rods and ironwork.
Culture Street Content Director Keith Alexander introduces his new project designed to connect teachers and pupils with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and performers.