FEBRUARY 8-APRIL 28 CEZANNE The first comprehensive survey of Cezanne's work for nearly 60 years at the Tate Gallery, Millbank, London SW1, includes nearly 100 paintings and some 60 watercolours and drawings, plus the two final versions of Les Grandes Baigneuses. Admission: Pounds 7, Pounds 4 concessions. Details: 0171 887 8000.
February 10 children, books and learning to live Discussion-based conference for teachers, librarians, authors and publishers to consider the role of books in children's lives. Speakers include Bernard Ashley, Robert Leeson, Ann Jungman, Mary Hoffman and Kara May. Organised by Democratic Left. 10am-5. 30pm at 6 Cynthia Street, London N1. Admission: Pounds 12. Details: Ann Jungman on 0181 883 7063.
FEBRUARY 15, MARCH 21 AND APRIL 25 WRITERS READ Distinguished poets and novelists will read from their work at these free literary events at the University of North London's Tower Building (Holloway Road tube), 7 pm, organised as part of its centenary celebrations. Marina Warner, writer, critic and historian, kicks off the season while John Healy and Jeni Couzyn are the guest readers at the second event and Blake Morrison and Jo Shapcott at the third. Details: 0171 753 5781.
FEBRUARY 18-25 BHS FROGWATCH Wildlife Watch and Bhs are organising special events in Bhs stores all over the country to support a project which invites young people to monitor the progress and development of frog spawn, tadpoles and froglets in their own area. Frogwatch packs will be available for Pounds 1 at these events. The information collected will be used by researchers from the National Amphibian Survey at Cardiff University. Details: Sarah Heath, education officer, 01522 544400.