I’ve been asked what is worth seeing in London post-lockdown. Top of my list would be two exhibitions at the National Gallery: Poussin and the Dance and the postponed Dürer’s Journeys opening later this month. The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition will still be on, plus Late Constable and Hélène Binet. The British Museum is due to open Peru. Tate Britain has just opened a Hogarth exhibition. Then the Hayward Gallery has Mixing It Up: Painting Today (closes December 12). Frans Hals at the Wallace. Everyone says that Gold of the Great Steppe at the Fitzwilliam is amazing. Then, the new Courtauld Gallery opens this month, which should be wonderful. So, there’s lots to see. I’m not the best person to ask about theatre.