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There are 190 as­ton­ish­ing ob­jects in this ex­hi­bi­tion to mark 250 years since Cap­tain Cook set sail on HMS En­deav­our for the far Pa­cific. Arte­facts such as this fe­male tat­tooed sculp­ture (right) from the Cook Is­lands, which tend to linger gath­er­ing dust in ethno­graph­i­cal mu­se­ums, hit you like a rev­e­la­tion. Royal Academy of Arts, Lon­don W1 (020 7300 8090), un­til Dec 10 Af­ter a break-up, Pas­coe went on a jour­ney of self-dis­cov­ery, be­gin­ning with the world’s worst yoga re­treat. She tells the story in Lad­sLads Lads, an ef­fort­lessly funny, beau­ti­fully struc­tured show. Northamp­ton

Royal & Dern­gate (01604 626222), to­mor­row, and tour­ing

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