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NOW SHOWING SIX OF THE BEST

<strong>ART:&nbsp;</strong><strong>Diane Arbus</strong> &nbsp;A fascinating retrospective of the late American photographer&rsquo;s groundbreaking work, at the Timothy Taylor gallery.<br /><br /><strong>ART:&nbsp;</strong><strong>Picasso: Challenging the Past</strong> The National Gallery&rsquo;s exhibition of the 20th century&rsquo;s pre-eminent artist is a landmark blockbuster.<br /><br /><strong>THEATRE:&nbsp;</strong><strong>The Winslow Boy</strong> Veteran actor Timothy West is starring in Terence Rattigan&rsquo;s classic play about a schoolboy error that became a national scandal, at Kingston&rsquo;s Rose Theatre.<br /><br /><strong>THEATRE:&nbsp;</strong><strong>The Great Game</strong> The Tricycle's marathon series of one-act plays and sketches tackling the tragedy of Afghanistan.<br /><br /><strong>FILM:&nbsp;</strong><strong>Everlasting Moments</strong> An intelligent period drama from Sweden about a woman who discovers a talent for photography as an escape from her traumatic home-life.<br /><br /><strong>ART:</strong><strong>&nbsp;Geoff Routh</strong> Showing at Pimlico&rsquo;s Long &amp; Ryle Gallery, British painter Geoff Routh creates beautiful, highly detailed images of dilapidated London buildings and overgrown gardens, full of memory and stillness.