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Five things to do this week: 29 May–4 June

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1. Brighton Degree Show
Visit the University of Brighton’s School of Architecture and Design as it unveils its end-of-year show.
31 May-5 June at the Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton. www.brighton.ac.uk

2. Edinburgh Degree Exhibition
The Masters degree exhibition takes place at Edinburgh University this week.
2-27 June at Minto House, 20 Chambers Street, Edinburgh. www.architecture.ed.ac.uk

3. The Artistic Republic of Garston
Artist Michael Trainor opens the headquarters of his mini independent state – a pavilion created for Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture.
2.30pm, 31 May, Garston Embassy, Wellington Street, Garston, Liverpool

4. The Clerks: In Memoria
The Clerks, a UK vocal group, will be singing Renaissance music in Victorian ‘Cathedrals of Industry’ such as Crossness Pumping Station.
£15, 7pm, 31 May at Crossness Pumping Station, Belvedere Road, London SE2. www.theclerks.co.uk

5. Street Art
See giant works created on the walls of the Tate Modern by acclaimed street artists including Sixeart (pictured), Os Gemeos, and Faile.
Until 17 August, front walls of the Tate Modern, London SE1. www.tate.org.uk

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