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CHRIS OFILI OPENS AT TATE BRITAIN
Famous for his works decorated with elephant dung, Turner Prize winning Chris Ofili shows here that he’s an artist of great sophistication for his relatively few years. This retrospective spans 20 years of his work, from his time in Zimbabwe (the dung) to pieces inspired by living in Trinidad. Until 16 May, tickets £10. www.tate.org.uk.

ENRON AT THE NOEL COWARD THEATRE
Lucy Prebble’s iconic look at how one of the US’s corporate giants hurtled towards catastrophe has been wowing audiences since it opened at the Royal Court last year. Sam West heads up the cast as the cerebral, amoral CEO of the company. If you’re not tired of tales of capitalist error and greed, this is the best it gets – where else are you going to see dancing and singing in a portrayal of corporate skulduggery? Exactly. Until 8 May, tickets from £12.50. To book, go to www.delfontmackintosh .co.uk or call 0844 579 1940.