Clockwise from bottom left: Six; Sheku Kanneh-Mason; Gauguin and the Impressionists; I Hate Suzie; Tullio Crali
Clockwise from bottom left: Six; Sheku Kanneh-Mason; Gauguin and the Impressionists; I Hate Suzie; Tullio Crali
July 11

THEATRE Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain

Drive-in historical larks: watch live stage antics through the windscreen while listening via the car radio. Features tales of Boudicca, Guy Fawkes, Queen Victoria and “Richard III, who in 1485 famously bought a long-stay ticket for a car park in Leicester”. Car Park Party, Henley-on-Thames (carparkparty.com), then touring until Aug 31

ART Art Nouveau

You know it when you see it, all flowing lines and organic shapes. This stunning University of East Anglia show collects over 150 works by 30 artists – sculpture, painting, jewellery, prints – in the dominant fin-de-siècle style. Sainsbury Centre, Norwich (sainsburycentre.ac.uk), until Dec 31

COMEDY The Drive-In Club

The summer’s starriest drive-in offers solo shows from a plethora of top acts: Bill Bailey, Omid Djalili, Adam Kay, Nish

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