A chilly family thriller from Florian Zeller
No-booking-fee tickets to The Monster at Alexandra Palace
See the famous 'Body Worlds' exhibition and avoid the queues!
Make a bottle of modern, spiced rum to take home
Unlimited access to a three-storey trampoline park
A bottomless brunch feast fit for royalty
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An immersive cocktail drinking experience with a Western theme
Quentin Tarantino’s riotous alt-history of ’60s Hollywood is a glorious love letter to the movies. Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt deliver killer lead performances in what is a stellar film from the cult director.
At just £39, the tasting menu at this Hackney eatery won’t leave you surviving on beans on toast for the rest of the month. Ex-Pidgin head chef Adolfo de Cecco has crafted an ambitious and surprising seven-course serving where even the extras (bread, petits fours) linger in the memory. And all in a single, relaxed room that turns the stuffy image of fine dining on its head.
Dale Chihuly’s stunning glass sculptures have been exploding out of Kew Gardens’ glorious foliage since April. See them lit up after dark at these special lates and listen out for a soundtrack played by live musicians – including the UK’s only glass harmonica player.
Get ready to rummage! The vintage institution is bringing 20,000 items of retro garb to Peckham for this humongous sale. And with all items priced at £15 or less, you can get a whole new (old) outfit for less than you think.
Forget everything you know about ‘Evita’: this one properly rocks. A swaggering reboot of the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic, Jamie Lloyd’s production is a pumping adaptation edged with dirt, rust and grime.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at some amazing spots on this annual jaunt around East End venues. This year, Britain’s oldest synagogue, Bevis Marks and Huguenot silk-weaver hangout Dennis Severs’ House will be opening their doors for a series of tours where the clocks are turned back to seventeenth- and eighteenth-century London. Booking required.
‘Under the radar’ and ‘rooftop bar’ are two phrases not usually seen next to each other, but the Renaissance Hotel’s open-air spot is just that. Escape the hustle and bustle of Euston Road this summer and discover gin-tinged peace in the middle of King’s Cross.
The world around us is a terrifying shambles of politics, war and social media mundanity – and maybe Elizabeth Prentis’s revolting, light-hearted, kinky art is the perfect antidote. It’s super-sexual, gross, sticky and very good.
Expect an afternoon of cluckin’ good fun at this chicken and rum fest in Brixton. Tickets include free chicken wings and rum punch, while there’ll also be DJs and games. Sounds finger-lickin’ good.
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Head for the roof at Ace Hotel where they'll be inviting a stellar line-up of female chefs to fire up the grill. In collaboration with Pit Magazine,...
The kids version of this popular pop-up cinema outfit doesn't disappoint. This year's event takes place during half-term in Dulwich Park, before moving to...
Clapham Common’s dance music festival attracts superstar DJs from across the globe
Trevor Dion Nicholas's Genie is worth the price of admission in this slightly confused Disney almost-panto
The Open Air Theatre’s bombastic Lloyd Webber smash moved indoors for its third stint
Inua Ellams’s brilliant drama stages a joyous takeover of the Roundhouse
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Lin-Manuel Miranda’s visionary musical lives up to the hype
The pro-kidult-pleasers behind The Monster at Alexandra Palace are back. Get ready to navigate this 300-metre long and 40 hazzards-deep giant...
Lee Krasner (1908-1984) spent her life fighting for the right to be herself. She couldn’t be Lena Krasner, she had to become the androgynous Lee. She...
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