Discover Britain’s best exhibitions and theatre shows
From multi-sensory experiences and pioneering exhibitions to world-renowned theatrical performances, Britain’s cultural offering has plenty to capture the imagination. Whether you want to see what all the fuss is about at the world’s longest-running show, or take in something brand new, here’s the exhibitions and shows set to take centre stage in 2023.
Liverpool Biennial, venues across Liverpool
When? 10 June – 17 September 2023
The UK’s largest international festival of modern visual art is ready to takeover Liverpool once again in 2023. Occurring every two years, the 12th edition of the festival, titled ‘uMoya: The Sacred Return of Lost Things’ sees 30 international artists and creatives come together for 14 weeks, including Charmaine Watkiss, Ranti Bam, Nicolas Galanin and more. Find Liverpool Biennial at locations around the city.
Jurassic World: The Exhibition
Immerse yourself in this colossal 20,000-square-foot experience alive with roaming dinosaurs - perhaps, luckily, the closest you’ll ever come to seeing the real thing. Inspired by the film of the same name, this exhibition of epic proportions can be found at Excel Centre in London.
The Lost Rhino, Natural History Museum
When? From 16 December 2022
The Lost Rhino uses technology to explore the themes around conservation and extinction. Come face-to-face with The Substitute, a digital recreation of a life-sized northern white rhino from artist Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg. With only two northern white rhinos left on earth, the exhibition explores the idea of allowing the species to survive digitally forever. Expect a hyper-realistic recreation, with accompanying sounds, rhino behaviours and movements.