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COVENTRY Coventry Transport Museum, Coventry: Doctor Who Exhibition, until January 10. 0871 976 9461.

The Herbert, Jordan Well, Coventry city centre: More Than Two Tones - exhibition celebrating Coventry's musical history, until January 3. Animated Adventures featuring Wallace and Gromit, until January 17. Ability: Windows Without Walls - installation on living with muscular dystrophy, until Wednesday. 024 7683 2386.

WARWICKSHIRE Compton Verney, near Wellesbourne: The Artist's Studio - an insight into the way artists have depicted their working space. Georgian Portraits: Seeing is Believing. Ends Sunday. 01926 645500. Lanchester Gallery, Graham Sutherland Building, Coventry University: Terry Atkinson - work from the 1990s to the present, until December 18. 024 7688 7660.

Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, The Parade, Leamington: The Amazing Chang, the magic of Whittington-Wickes - Leamington-born illusionist, until January 10. 01926 742700. Museum & Art Gallery, Riversley Park, Nuneaton: Abstract Elements From Nature - photographs of the natural world by Nuneaton-based John Robert Longcroft-Neal, until January 31. Dressed To Kill Or Dressed To Impress? - costumes worn by actors including Daniel Craig and Keira Knightley, until January 10. 024 7635 0720.

Our White Room art gallery, Churchside Arcade, Rugby: New displays of ceramics, paintings, textiles and jewellery by Warwickshire artists. 07838 139412 Rugby Art Gallery, Little Elborow Street, Rugby: Rugby Open - huge variety of work from Coventry and Warwickshire artists, until January 3. The Tantalus Project - mixed media exhibition. Tuesday until December 20. 01788 533201.

The Old Forge Art Gallery, Main Street, Stretton-Under-Fosse, near Rugby: Works by artists including Terry Hartshorn and Malcolm Parnell. …

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