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Strangers' Gallery, established by former members of the RSC, tonight presents the Theatre in the Time of the Generals, four short but highly influential Argentinian plays, written in opposition to the Junta dictatorship in the months before the Falklands War. Directed by Colin Ellwood, to 20 Dec at The Finborough Theatre, London SW10. pounds 9.50/pounds 6.50 concs, Tues - Sat 7.30pm & Sun 4pm; 0171 373 3842.

Photographer Serena Banham pays homage to her native home with an exhibition entitled Land's End: A Condition of the Spirit. Dramatic black and white landscapes contrast with miniatures of exotic flowers in an exploration of the beauty and windswept barrenness of the tip of Cornwall. 7-11pm at The Gallery, London W11; 0171 228 5333.

As the musical centrepiece of Valo, the Barbican's six-week festival of Finnish culture which coincides with the 80th anniversary of Finnish independence, Sir Colin Davis will once again conduct the London Symphony Orchestra in the work of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Featuring violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter at Barbican Hall, London EC2. Tickets pounds 6-pounds 30; 0171 638 8891.

Opening today at commercial gallery Jason and Rhodes is an exhibition of work of resident artists including Lela Budde, Kate Belton and Andrew Grassie. The exhibition consists largely of photography, video and paintings. Monika Oechsler's video of a children's gun club in the west of England is particularly alarming. To 10 Jan at Jason and Rhodes, London W1X 1FB; 0171 434 1768.