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Five things to do this week: 24 April to 1 May

1) Surviving the Suburb: The Climate Machine
Last chance to catch Tom Matton’s exhibition on how climate change will affect how we live
Until 26 April at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London

2) The Wonderful North
Two artists travelled the North for one-month to create this phenomenal online expo08, featuring five virtual pavilions, one of them a Buckminster Fuller dome.

3) Transition City: Preparing for Peak Oil
This exhibition examines how villages can adapt to the challenges of peak oil prices, coinciding with the publication of The Transition Handbook by Rob Hopkins
29 April – 8 June at The Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol

4) Films of the Empire Exhibition
See rare documentary and amateur films that capture the Empire Exhibition of 1938, held in Ballahouston Park, Glasgow.
Until 22 June, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow

5) St Pancras Station: Restoration of the Barlow Train Shed
Hear Ian Archer of Pascall & Watson and Ingram Consultancy’s Graham Abrey lecture on the extension, repair and conversation of St Pancras.
6:30pm, 29 April at The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, London EC1

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