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February can be miserable, but this should make you hoppy: a three-day festival showcasing bevvies from 175 of the world’s best breweries. Expect an overflowing line-up of street food, DJ sets and dead delicious suds.
Calling all comic-book nerds! Get a behind-the-scenes look at artwork, models and props used to create the mythical worlds of all your fave superheroes.
This pizza and posh kebabs spot in Parsons Green serves filthily delicious food in a magical setting. Try the warm, chewy and buttery flatbread and the deconstructed lamb kebab.
Celebrate LGBT+ History Month at this exhibition exploring queer culture in Southwark. Learn forgotten stories of trans Londoners in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, ’60s pub drag culture and the emergence of the gay disco scene in Camberwell in the ’80s.
Got a passion for extremely beautiful (and pricey) fashion? Sit in the front row for a show and peruse 150 brands while swinging your comp tote bag. Fancy.
See Carey Mulligan perform a whirlwind monologue in Dennis Kelly’s new play which offers a disquieting look at gender. It's a rare chance to see a Hollywood star holding her own in an experimental solo show.
The Compton rapper returns for his last live show in London promoting new album ‘Damn’. There’s still the odd ticket left, so don’t miss out.
See this powerful retrospective of US artist Mark Dion, including the return of ‘Tate Thames Dig’ – the result of Dion digging through the Thames' mud and cataloguing his finds.
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Sam Mendes directs the astonishing new play from Jez 'Jerusalem' Butterworth
It's not as filthy as 'South Park', but this hit musical by its creators is still sublimely funny
The team behind 'The Play That Goes Wrong' hit the funnybone again
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