Recommended visual art shows

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Threes To See 16-22 Jul: Shows From Casa Festival, Shows Starting This Week, Longer Runs Starting This Week, Short Stops
Three To See on 8 Jun: Ouroboros, Kubla Khan, Phobiarama
Three To See on 5 May: Natalie Haynes – Honour Among Thebes, Affordable Art Exhibition, The Twins Macabre – Slay
Three To See on 10 Dec: Winterreise, Scrooge And The Seven Dwarves, Cosmic Superheroes
Three To See on 7 May: Beerey, Pete n Keely, Spectral Paradigms
Three To See on 5 May: Home, Woolly – The Morose Merino, Furzedown Affordable Art Fair
Three To See on 11 Apr: Queen Of Carnage, Hervé, Shit Faced Shakespeare – Much Ado About Nothing
Three To See on 4 Nov: Melancholy, A Thread, The Revolutions Weekender – A Festival Of Peace, Love and Music
Three To See on 10 Jul: Beasts – Mr Edinburgh 2016, Mumburger, Klanghaus – On Air
Three To See on 16 Apr: Mummy, Confluence, Pinta by Zero Gravity & WHS and Wiredo by Hanna Moisala
Three To See On 16 Jan: Mr Popper's Penguins, The Rolling Stone, Lumiere London
Three To See on 6 Oct: The Great Gatsby, The Fallen Woman, Filmland
Three To See on 17 Sep: A Girl And A Gun, Doc Brown, And The World Goes Pop
Three To See on 31 Aug: TV On The Radio, Shlomo, Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School
4 Aug: Andrew O'Neill, Phaedra, and Penny Woolcock
16 Jul: Nomad Cinema, The London Open, and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
5 Jul: Audrey Hepburn, Barbara Hepworth, and Fighting History
4 Jul: Stewart Lee, Dan Clark, and Agnes Martin
29 Jun: Stewart Lee, Wimbledon, and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
27 Jun: Luisa Omielan, Duane Hanson, and Doug Aitken