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PUBLISHED: 17:49 09 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:27 24 August 2010

Music: Lily Allen is back with some more dates for her much-anticipated tour. New album, It s Not Me, It s You has received rave reviews for offering a more grown-up Lily. As well as two dates at the O2 Empire, in Shepherd s Bush Green,

Music: Lily Allen is back with some more dates for her much-anticipated tour.

New album, 'It's Not Me, It's You' has received rave reviews for offering a more grown-up Lily.

As well as two dates at the O2 Empire, in Shepherd's Bush Green, Shepherd's Bush, on March 26 and 27, Lily will also perform with her band on March 28. Tickets are £21.50.

Go to www.gigsandtours.com or call 0871 2200 260.

Art: A new exhibition by Liz Arnold, one of the most original painters to emerge onto the London art scene in the 1990s will run from February 20 to April 19.

It includes paintings and watercolours, some of which have never been exhibited before.

Her carefully crafted canvases depict cartoon-like animals seemingly imbued with human emotions. They inhabit a world that is both fantastical and familiar.

Arnold, who died in 2001, aged just 36, was inspired by films, cartoons, video games and fashion magazines.

Camden Arts Centre, in Arkwright Road, Camden. Admission free, closed Mondays.

Theatre:A must-see at Edinburgh 2008, Bully is a powerful, moving, tour-de-verse.

A taste for malice haunts the males of Bully's bloodline, vampirically passing from grandfather to father to first born son.

But spanning his life from tragic childhood to tainted adulthood, Bully movingly charts the inner afflictions of a well meaning soul who tries to break the cycle.

Until March 8 at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith. Box office 020 8237 1111.


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