Put your money away! Here are the week’s best free events
In celebration of designer Morag Myerscough’s brightly coloured construction cranes on the Greenwich Peninsula, Now Gallery is holding a night of live art, talks, colourful cocktails and films selected by Gareth Evans, director of new Stars Wars film ‘Rogue One’. Now Gallery. North Greenwich. Thu Apr 21.
Register in advance to get experts from Oldershaw Brewery and cured meat specialists Cannon & Cannon to guide you in coupling the perfect partners: beer and sausage. St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. King's Cross. Tue Apr 19.
This exhibition brings together 21 up-and- coming photographers to ask what exactly it means to take pictures in the over- Photoshopped twenty-first century. Beaconsfield Gallery. Vauxhall. Thu Apr 21-May 22.
Artist Rebecca Louise Law has taken the Square Mile’s gardens as inspiration for the installation that she’s created at this new Guildhall gallery: a canopy of fresh flowers that will dry out and preserve themselves over the summer. Blooming lovely. The City Centre. Bank. Sat Apr 23-Sep 2.
The first public exhibition from Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for the Disabled will visually chart changes in attitude to disability since 1935. Oxo Tower Wharf. Southwark. Wed Apr 20-Sun Apr 24.
Thirty-two screenings will take place across 22 venues in SE14 and SE8 this year. Expect loads of homages to Shakespeare, including the sci-fi twist on ‘The Tempest’, ‘Forbidden Planet’. Various venues in New Cross and Deptford. Fri Apr 22-May 1.