30 percent off Oscar Wilde’s witty play about comical courtship and false personas
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What is it? The biggest exhibition ever of Spice Girls memorabilia. Why go? See hundreds of iconic costume pieces, heaps of nostalgia-inducing merchandise and the actual Spice Bus from the movie ‘Spice World’.
What is it? ‘Sea Creatures: Life Beneath the Ocean’ allows you to dive into the anatomy of some of the most iconic marine life. Why go? With 50 ethically sourced and painstakingly preserved specimens on display, you can explore the internal organs and structures that enable a life lived under the sea.
What is it? A larger and fancier offshoot of the Soho small-plates restaurant. Why go? The luxe setting. The Indian tapas. Oh, and the must-try butter chicken.
What is it? Patrick Ness’s magical-realist fable about grief, adapted for the stage. Why go? To feel feelings and cry a lot.
What is it? A new play from theatre legend Alan Bennett. Why go? That razor-sharp wit is still firmly intact.
What is it? A Deptford brewery established by the brothers Village. Why go? For brilliant brews and prosecco on tap.
What is it? Paintings, sculptures and a VR installation by the movie star-turned-artist. Why go? Falling through the gaps in the universe is good fun.
What is it? Find great low-booze and no-booze options at this one-day festival. Why go? There’s no need to worry about the next morning’s hangover.
What is it? The gods of the Tate are smiling favourably upon cash-strapped Londoners, opening an exhibition of art from Weimar Germany that’s completely free to pop in and see. Why go? It’s ‘magic realism’ but not as you know it. Tate Modern’s doing a bit of reclaiming here. The term was actually invented by art critic Franz Roh to describe the chilly – and chilling – works of German artists created just after the end of WWI.
What is it? RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is making sure its show-stoppingly beautiful blooms don’t go to waste by letting Londoners adopt them for free and take them home. Why go? Thousands of plants and materials from one of the world’s most prestigious flower shows will be up for grabs.
What is it? A sharp drama about the cruelty of comedy. Why go? Les Dennis – yes, that Les Dennis – is on good form as a washed-up comic.
What is it? For his sixth mission, Ethan Hunt has to prevent nuclear devastation. Why go? If there’s a better action movie this year, we’ll eat a rogue nuke.
What is it? With eight glorious miles of empty London roads to zip down, no wonder 100,000 cyclists are expected to take part in this fundraiser. Why go? No ride? Bring water and do sideline whoops instead.
What is it? Cultivate your green fingers at this free botanical market welcoming more than 30 stalls selling indoor and outdoor plants, pots, botanical art and horticultural supplies. Why go? Once you’ve stocked up on succulents, grab a drink and make flower-pressed art.
What is it? Try and buy from some of the best wine merchants including Café Murano, Berry Bros & Rudd, Paxton & Whitfield and Tonkotsu at Anzu.Why go? Entry is free, so just turn up, pick up a tasting pack and tokens then start drinking.
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