What I saw and heard in 2014

Here are the plays, films, exhibitions, galleries I've spent time in this year:

TS Eliot prize readings, Festival Hall
What the Women Did, Southwark Playhouse

Dave McKean,  exhibition of graphic art, Tunbridge Wells museum
Django Unchained, DVD
12 Years a Slave, Odeon, Tunbridge Wells
Coriolanus, Donmar
Oh What a Lovely War, Stratford East
Robocop, Odeon, Tunbridge Wells
Happy Days, Young Vic
Margaret Atwood, RSL/Canada House
Lamb of God, Bavo Cathedral, Ghent
War and Trauma, Dr Guislain museum, Ghent
Design museum, Ghent
Five poets laureate, Southbank
King Lear, National Theatre
The Red Balloon, Forest Row Film Society
Paris Manhattan, Forest Row Film Society
Kiss me Figaro!, Opera House, Tunbridge Wells
A View from the Bridge, Young Vic
The Grand Budapest Hotel, Kino, Hawkhurst
Under the Skin, Kino, Hawkhurst
Privacy, Donmar
Safe House, installation, Young Vic
Jimmy's Hall, Kino, Hawkhurst
The Valley of Astonishment, Young Vic
Marina Abramovic: 512 Hours Serpentine Gallery
Snow, Cine Lumiere, Institut Francais
BP Portrait Award 2014, National Portrait Gallery
John Deakin and the Lure of Soho, Photographers' Gallery
Dennis Severs' House
The Nether, Royal Court
Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation, Tate Britain
Chelsea Physic Garden
Carmen, Bayham Abbey - Lamberhurst Music Festival
Summer Exhibition,  Royal Academy
The Horse Thief, BFI
A Streetcar Named Desire, Young Vic
Guardians of the Galaxy, Odeon
Graham Swift; Small Wonder Slam, Small Wonder festival, Charleston
Mahesh Rao, Jonathan Taylor, Alexei Sayle, Word Factory, London
Edna O'Brien; Rose Tremain; Bryan Talbot and Mary Talbot; Tribute to Marquez, Small Wonder festival, Charleston
Wordstock (26): Adrian Hon; Alex Garland; Jacob Sam-La Rose and Toni Stuart; Michael Burdett; Andy Serkis, Free Word Centre, London
Henry IV, Donmar
War Requiem, Britten, Southbank
Officium, Jan Gabarek and the Hilliard Ensemble, Temple Church, London
Fascinating Aida, Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Globe, London
Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination, British Library
Our Town, Almeida
Anselm Kiefer and Giovanni Monori, Royal Academy
Behind the Beautiful Forevers, National Theatre
Mr Turner, Trinity, Tunbridge Wells

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