If you’ve seen Steve Coogan’s The Lost King on the big screen recently, visit this exhibition next. The Wallace Collection has curated a display of objects that trace the story of Richard III and how he’s been portrayed in cinema for nearly a century. Richard is one of the most controversial figures in British history. Since the 16th century, he has been portrayed as an arch-villain, a usurper and a murderer, stalking England’s past. However, modern scholarship has shown that he might have been a capable and compassionate monarch. Decide for yourself after looking at the medieval manuscripts and an impressive collection of replica armour. Tickets are free.
Hertford House, Manchester Square, Marylebone, W1U 3BN; until 8th January 2023