Tickets to the largest polo tournament in Europe
A new theatrical series featuring celebrated British icons
Hear letters left unsent by history’s greatest figures
Discounted weekend tickets at one of London’s top comedy clubs
Call yourself a thrill-seeker? Get spooked at this four-star play
Be one of the first to eat at this brand new pan-Asian joint
Celebrate the life of the world’s most famous freedom fighter
One of three financial trading courses from just £9
An artisan gin cruise aboard a boat on Regent’s Canal
Just £20 for a boozy meal in Soho
Thank fika for this Nordic market selling all sorts of Scandi snacks, crafts, homeware and toys to help you get your hygge fix.
See heaps of beautiful ceramics made by 90 of the world's best potters at this earthenware fair. Buy pieces straight from their clay-worn hands, join drop-in making workshops and watch sparks fly at an outdoor kiln.
Chef James Cochran has created dazzling food in a super-chilled space on Upper Street. Indulge in savagely good plates of roast venison, chive-flecked Jerusalem artichokes and meaty croquettes.
Watch rainbow powder fly at this bash to mark India’s Festival of Colours. Have a cathartic powder-pelting session before dancing to Bollywood DJs and charging back up with some Indian street food.
Go for the star-studded cast including Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox, but stay for Jamie Lloyd’s direction of Pinter’s great play which will absolutely blow your mind.
Anish Kapoor has packed a whole load of really shiny things into a very fancy Ealing manor house. Think cubes, discs, globes, and squares polished to glistening perfection, with you the viewer in every single one of them.
The latest psychological horror from Jordan Peele (‘Get Out’) stars Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke as a couple who take their kids on a beach break that is far from sunshine and sandcastles.
Have a go at mozzarella-stretching, deodorant-making, coprolite turd-polishing and learn more about ASMR and hygiene at this public open day exploring materials that sicken and seduce the senses.
The Hackney Church Brew Co have transformed a railway arch into a buzzy bar where you can while away an afternoon sampling beers made for the sesh.
Anne Washburn's smart and funny show is an adaptation of the classic sci-fi series. Staying true to Rod Serling, Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson's original stories, she playfully acknowledges their inherent camp.
Can’t make Saturday’s Scandi market? No problem. This fair lasts three generous days and is packed with Moomin products and traditional Finnish arts and crafts pieces. Don’t leave without a visit to the Finnish-style outdoor barbecue.
Goldsmiths College has joined forces with the Horniman for this very special after-hours event. Get your head around 3D ‘mutoids’, magical display cabinets, a 1,000-year-long musical composition, interactive treasure hunts and digital palm readings.
Do you believe in the goddess of pop? Then you need this Cher appreciation night featuring lip-syncing, wrestling and glam dress-up in your life. Curly wigs encouraged.
American artist Jonathan Horowitz makes art that expertly attacks consumerism. It’s complicated work with so much happening at once, but it’s also seriously rewarding.
Down a Donkey Kong cocktail while zapping away zombies and battling bosses at this retro games night. Mario Kart and Street Fighter are sure to transport you back to your youth.
We’ve put our best covers on T-shirts, totes and posters – plus all of them in one awesome book. Buy them here.
Indie shops, ace nightlife and tasty street food
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The acclaimed soul-jazz singer, also known for her work with downtempo dance dude Bonobo and LA hip hop beatmaker Flying Lotus, plays a hometown show...
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Carlos Acosta’s revived 2013 ballet is a thing of joy that’s got better with age
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This annual showcase for contemporary ceramicists will feature close to 100 artists from all over the globe. They'll display and sell their work...
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