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On the same day that Oxford and Cambridge row it out on the Thames, a hairier, more haphazard contest takes place at Spitalfields City Farm where two goats – one named Oxford, the other Cambridge, of course – go horn to horn to be crowned King Billy.
Hilarious, anarchic theatre duo Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit’s latest show is a live art show all about huge-haired country-music heroine Dolly Parton. It’s silly and fun but also deals with immortality, plasticity and decay.
Australian chef Alexis Noble is behind this cosy neighbourhood restaurant with adventurous food. The Aussie influence is subtle but ubiquitous, especially where desserts are concerned. Pavlova. With gin-infused strawbs. YES.
As quintessentially British as a cup of tea and a stiff upper lip, the annual Boat Race sees Oxford and Cambridge Universities battle it out in an oarsome rowing race on the Thames. Join the 300,000 people expected to gather along the riverbanks at 4.31pm for the women’s race, followed by the men’s race at 5.32pm.
See a performance telling the story of a post-Blitz London in the cavernous Victorian chambers beneath Tower Bridge. This space is rarely open to the public, so it’s a chance to see a slice of ‘hidden’ London.
See Emma Rice’s vivid, dreamy, emotionally charged take on Noël Coward’s classic. It is about love, but it’s also about more complex things: the romance of guilt, the purity of shame and the swooning sweep of self-doubt.
See underground art of the future at the Whitechapel Gallery’s show of sketches and proposals for the new public artworks to be installed at stations on the Elizabeth line, including a stainless-steel installation from Yayoi Kusama and a glass canopy full of clouds by Spencer Finch.
Madeleine L’Engle’s classic sci-fi novel about a girl planet-hopping in search of her dad has received a spectacular twenty-first-century overhaul from director Ava DuVernay. The movie ditches some of L’Engle’s braininess, but there’s still a quiet radicalism here.
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