London events in January

Our guide to the best events, festivals, workshops, exhibitions and things to do throughout January 2019 in London
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By Time Out London Things To Do |
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January 2019 in London is going to be a belter. Though the festive season is coming to a close and the days are still as dark and chilly as ever, there's tons of fun stuff happening in London throughout the New Year to enjoy. Whether you want to keep warm by a pub fire, dine out at the best new restaurants, take in the best theatre openings this month, start a new hobby or embrace a healthier lifestyle (bye, mince pies) we've got you covered for London in January. January is also the month of the New Year's Day Parade through central London, the London Short Film Festival, the London Art Fair, Winter Lights at Canary Wharf and Burns Night. So what are you waiting for?

Hey, and while you’ve got your diary out, remember that it's never too early to start planning for February either.

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Our January 2019 highlights

Winter Happiness Festival
Things to do, Festivals

Winter Happiness Festival

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Cold and skint now January’s arrived? This three-day fest is here to see you through the bleak season. Join happiness workshops, ecstatic dance classes or jump into a room filled with hundreds of eco-friendly balloons. Sounds like a gas.

Music, Jazz

Marc Rebillet

icon-location-pin Camden Town

See the self-made, internet-famous New York-based musician-cum-comedian. 

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Things to do, Quirky events

Alan Partridge Bingo

icon-location-pin Moth Club, Hackney
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Alan Partridge is bouncing back for this special bingo night at Moth Club, where the numbers have been swapped for swapped classic Partridge quotes and characters. Back of the net. 

Things to do, Food and drink events

Extraveganza

icon-location-pin Dinerama, Shoreditch
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Street Feast’s first ever fully vegan street food party has taken two years to plan, and the veggie line-up does not disappoint. Chow down on vegan cheeseburger tacos from Club Mexicana in collab with Temper, and plant-based treats from Alexis Gauthier – London’s only vegan chef to have held a Michelin star – plus plenty more.

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Things to do, Food and drink events

Zero Waste Vegan January Supper Club

icon-location-pin Second Home, Spitalfields
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Plant-based chef Sophie Gordon is putting on a veg-tastic spread for this intimate four-course meal, which will involve no wasteful packaging what-so-ever.

Things to do, Talks and lectures

Turn up the Archive

icon-location-pin Bernie Grant Arts Centre, South Tottenham
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Remember nights in front of the box watching ‘Desmond’s’, ‘No Problem!’, ‘The Fosters’ and ‘The Real McCoy’? Spend an evening celebrating black British sitcoms that changed the comedy landscape and became a vital piece of black representation in the UK, with side-splitting stand up from Femmes of Colour Comedy Club.

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Art, Contemporary art

Jörg Immendorff

icon-location-pin Michael Werner Gallery, Mayfair
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See fiercely political paintings that change with the ages. Immendorff’s bile is still as powerful as it was back in the day. 

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Things to do, Late openings

V&A Friday Late: ‘All to Play For’

icon-location-pin V&A, Brompton
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If you weren’t totally freaked out by Black Mirror’s ‘Bandersnatch’, play newly commissioned video games, design your own and find out how we’ll be one-upping in the future at this gaming late.

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Things to do, Film events

‘Mean Girls’ Quote-A-Long

icon-location-pin Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square
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It may not be October 3rd, but there's always time for some ‘Mean Girls’ appreciation. Grab your clique, don your fetchest outfit and get ready to shout along to a screening of your fave teen-flick.

Things to do, Food and drink events

Vegan Wine and Cheese Party

icon-location-pin 10 Cable St, Wapping
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Gobble down a ‘cheese’ board with all the trimmings, exclusively of the plant-based, meat-free variety, at this vegan bash. 

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Things to do, Walks and tours

Hidden Stories of St James's Park

icon-location-pin St James's Park, St James'
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Get to know London's oldest Royal Park, St James's on this walk teasing out the lesser known stories of the green space. Discover the history of iconic locations such as 'The Mall' and 'Horse Guards Parade', before seeing the resident pelican's daily feed. 

Things to do, Late openings

Natural History Museum Late: Intelligence

icon-location-pin Natural History Museum, Brompton
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Is intelligence just a human concept, or can our furry friends teach us a thing or two? Find out at this late exploring intelligence in the animal kingdom with live nature talks, pop-up science stations and behind-the-scenes tours of the museum’s zoology collection (£15).

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Uniqlo Tate Lates
© Dan Weill
Things to do, Late openings

Uniqlo Lates at Tate Modern

icon-location-pin Tate Modern, South Bank
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Hang out after-hours at this regular late-night arty party at Tate Modern. The first late of 2019 takes inspiration from the Pierre Bonnard: ‘The Colour of Memory’ exhibition and features meditation sessions, Tai Chi in the Turbine Hall and a colour therapy nail bar. 

Things to do

Burns Night in London

Raise a wee dram to Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns! From foot-stomping ceilidhs to haggis-fuelled feasts, London's got Burns Night celebrations covered. Take a look at our pick of the best Burns bashes. 

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Things to do, Classes and workshops

Oval Space gets Framed

icon-location-pin Oval Space, Bethnal Green
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Frame, the supercool gym, is turning ten. To celebrate it’s taking over the east London party warehouse with mini trampolines and big tunes for a ‘Rebounding Rave’.

Things to do, Markets and fairs

Wasted Chic Young Designer and Vintage Market

icon-location-pin Beer Merchant's Tap, Hackney Wick
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Wasted Chic is a fashion platform championing young emerging designers and small independent fashion labels. Join them as they set up shop in a huge east London converted warehouse. 

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Lost Voice Guy (Lee Ridley)
© Steve Ullathorne
Comedy, Stand-up

Lost Voice Guy

icon-location-pin Soho Theatre, Soho
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There are few tickets remaining to see the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’s winner. Catch him now before he inevitably moves to Vegas.

Things to do, Quirky events

Crisis Ice-Breaker

icon-location-pin Tooting Bec Lido, Streatham Park
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Take a teeth-chattering plunge into a chilly Tooting Bec Lido to raise money for homeless charity Crisis.

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Photo : Philippe Servent. Courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London · Paris · Salzburg © Robert Rauschenberg/DACS
Art

Robert Rauschenberg: ‘Spreads 1975-83’

icon-location-pin Thaddaeus Ropac, Mayfair
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See a single series of works by a giant of modern art. Focusing on just one bit of Rauschenberg’s work is a proper treat. 

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Things to do, Quirky events

Winter Lights at Canary Wharf

icon-location-pin Canary Wharf, Canary Wharf
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The bright lights of Canary Wharf's towers provide quite the spectacle after dark, but the business district glows brighter than usual throughout January thanks to the addition of light installations from international artists. 

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Theatre, Drama

‘Sweat’

icon-location-pin Donmar Warehouse, Covent Garden
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US playwright Lynn Nottage's devastating look at American working-class life.

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Catherine Tate
© Matt Crockett
Comedy, Character

‘The Catherine Tate Show Live’

icon-location-pin Wyndham's Theatre, Covent Garden
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The sketch comedy star and actress hits the West End. Are we bovvered? Yes, we are, actually. 

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Theatre, Musicals

‘Hadestown’

icon-location-pin National Theatre, South Bank
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Already lined up to transfer to Broadway in 2019, see this musical theatre staging of Anaïs Mitchell’s massively acclaimed 2010 ‘folk opera’ album ‘Hadestown’. 

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Things to do, Sport events

UK Cold Water Swimming Championships

icon-location-pin Tooting Bec Lido, Streatham Park
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This festival of cold water swimming sees some very bold swimmers brace themselves for races in the almost literally freezing (as low as 1°C) waters of Tooting Bec Lido. 

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Comedy, Stand-up

Adam Hess: ‘Seahorse’

icon-location-pin Soho Theatre, Soho
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Listen to rapid-fire gags, stories about a Bitcoin blunder and tales of childhood mishaps from this talented rising star stand-up.

Things to do, Film events

‘How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’

icon-location-pin Collins Music Hall, Islington
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This is a special chance to catch the new ‘How to Train your Dragon’ film before anyone else in a secluded corner of Islington, which has been transformed into the Nordic land of Berk.

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Aries, Jeremy Deller and David Sims
Things to do

‘Wiltshire Before Christ’

icon-location-pin The Store Studios, Temple
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Something wiccan this way comes. Artists Jeremy Deller, David Sims and fashion brand Aries use photography and film in this immersive exhibition to explore pagan symbology and neolithic sites.

scotch whisky weekend
© DrinkUp.London
Bars and pubs

Scotch Whisky Weekend

icon-location-pin Various, London
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This dram fine celebration takes place across the same weekend that Burns Night falls. And we all know the best kind of burn you can get is the gentle one down the back of your throat after your first sip of the good stuff. 

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Jusepe de Ribera, 'St Sebastian Tended by the Holy Women'. Copyright Bilboko Arte Ederren Museoa-Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao. Photo: The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum.
Art

‘Ribera: Art of Violence’

icon-location-pin Dulwich Picture Gallery, Dulwich Village
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Ribera was the master of gore, a sort of proto-Wes Craven - but there's a lot of beauty amongst all the blood and guts in this wonderful show. 

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Museums

‘Fashioned from Nature’

icon-location-pin V&A, Brompton
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From fur to future fabrics, the V&A's hellbent on making us think long and hard about the material side of fashion. 

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Frida Kahlo, 'Le Venadita' (1946). Photo Nathan Keay. © MCA Chicago.jpg
Art, Mixed media

‘Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde’

icon-location-pin Barbican Centre, Barbican
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This stunning exhibition shows that behind every great male artist is a female artist he wouldn’t share his paintbrushes with. 

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Plexus Polaire: 'Chambre Noire'
© Shas Levshin
Theatre, Experimental

‘Chambre Noire’

icon-location-pin Jacksons Lane, Highgate
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Valerie Jean Solanas is notorious for trying to murder Andy Warhol, and for her violent feminist text SCUM Manifesto. Puppetry company Plexus Polaire use life-size human puppets, jagged music, hallucinatory video imagery and plenty of wit to tell her story. 

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Tobacco Dock. The Dock. Winter Skylight
© Steve Dunlop
Things to do, pop-ups

Winter at Skylight Rooftop

icon-location-pin Skylight London , Wapping
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Take your pirouettes to new heights on Skylight’s rooftop ice rink. Find the frozen stretch sat alongside a cluster of cosy igloos and huts where you can knock back mugs of mulled wine. 

Giovanni Bellini, 'The Dead Christ'. Copyright Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Photo: Jörg P. Anders.
Art, Painting

‘Mantegna and Bellini’

icon-location-pin National Gallery, Trafalgar Square
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This exhibition explores the long and fruitful artistic exchange between Venetian master artist Giovanni Bellini - yes, the cocktail is named in honour of the peachy hues of his paintings - and his son-in-law, fellow Renaissance artist Andrea Mantegna. 

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Hogwarts in the Snow

icon-location-pin Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter, Abbots Langley
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The Harry Potter studio tours get a festive makeover with Christmas trees and a seasonal feast in the Great Hall, decorations in Gryffindor common room and snow drifts in Diagon Alley.

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Things to do, Markets and fairs

The Camden Vintage Furniture Flea

icon-location-pin Cecil Sharp House, Primrose Hill
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From crockery to atomic-era prints, there’s plenty of retro oddities at this flea about all things kitsch.

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Things to do, Food and drink events

Below 20

icon-location-pin The Henrietta Hotel, Covent Garden
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Trying to survive ‘Dry January’? This low-alcohol and booze-free pop-up has got you. Sip on drinks like artichoke juice and blended avocado mixed with spirits with less than 20 percent abv. Your liver will thank you. 

Things to do, Food and drink events

Vegan Afternoon Tea at OXO Tower Restaurant

icon-location-pin OXO Tower Restaurant, South Bank
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Going in for veganuary? OXO Tower Restaurant has a brand new plant-based take on a traditional cream tea with expertly-crafted vegan sweets, savouries inspired by classic tea sandwiches and tempting desserts with a vegan twist. 

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Things to do, Classes and workshops

Shape

icon-location-pin Flat Iron Square, Southwark
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Looking for a new year pick-me-up? Join fitness classes, yoga and martial arts workshops, health talks and snack on vegan food at this wellness jamboree.

Theatre, Comedy

‘Don Quixote’

icon-location-pin Garrick Theatre, Covent Garden
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Rufus Hound is a hoot in the RSC's knockabout take on Cervantes. 

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Stan's Cafe: 'The Capital'
© Graeme Braidwood
Theatre, Experimental

‘The Capital’

icon-location-pin Jacksons Lane, Highgate
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This wordless show uses moving walkways to explore how people can live in the same city without their lives ever colliding. 

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Merry Christmas, Mr. Foreigners, 2017 © Amber Cheng
Things to do, Festivals

Chinese Arts Now Festival

icon-location-pin Various London locations, London
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Ring in the Chinese New Year of the Pig by pigging out on a load of Chinese theatre, dance, music, film, live art performances and augmented reality.

Fernando Gutierrez (thito)
Things to do, Food and drink events

Tamales Festival

icon-location-pin Mestizo, Euston
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If you dig Mexican food, you'd be sorry to miss authentic Mexican joint Mestizo's lip-smacking festival. Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish and pretty rare to find in the UK, so take advantage of this offering. 

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Courtesy the artist. Commissioned by Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art. Photo: Mark Blower.
Art

Kris Lemsalu: ‘4LIFE’

icon-location-pin Goldsmiths CCA, New Cross
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Ceramic-and-fabric installations about metamorphosis. It's a heady, enthralling visual experience.

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Snowdrops
© Lauren Macaskill
Things to do, Quirky events

Heralding Spring

icon-location-pin Chelsea Physic Garden, Chelsea
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Due to Chelsea Physic Garden having its very own unique microclimate, over 120 species of snowdrops bloom unusually early each year there. Find the trail of dainty white flowers weaving through the botanical garden and attends walks, talks and workshops to find out more about them.

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Rachel Maclean 'The Queen' (2013) © Rachel Maclean
Art

‘Rachel Maclean: The Lion and The Unicorn’

icon-location-pin National Gallery, Trafalgar Square
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Take in this satirical jab at Anglo-Scottish relationships by a great young artist. It’s a perfectly surreal and neatly put together show. Och aye.

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Egon Schiele, 'Seated Female Nude, Elbows Resting on Right Knee'. Courtesy the Albertina Museum, Vienna.
Art, Painting

‘Klimt/Schiele’

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Gustav and Egon were friends and mutual admirers, and between them they created some of the most stunning avant-garde art of their generation. Gorgeous stuff.

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Aleksandra Mir, 'The Pre-Presidential Library', archive material, (2007-2019)
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‘Pre-Presidential Library’

icon-location-pin Hayward Gallery, South Bank
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Aleksandra Mir marks the start of the new year by turning the Hayward's HENI Project Space into a miniature archive of American tabloid covers featuring President Trump in the years before he became president. 

Nine Night, West End 2018
© Helen Murray
Theatre, Drama

‘Nine Night’

icon-location-pin Trafalgar Studios, Whitehall
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Transferring to Trafalgar Studios after a hit premiere at the NT, Natasha Gordon - the first ever black British woman to have a play in the West End - directs and stars in this drama looking at the legacy of the Windrush generation. 

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The War of the Worlds, Rhum and Clay, New Diorama
© Richard Davenport
Theatre, Experimental

‘The War of the Worlds’

icon-location-pin New Diorama Theatre, Regent's Park
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Check out this smart homage to Orson Welles's 1938 radio broadcast, which famously reimagined HG Well's novel as a series of faux news bulletins about a Martian invasion of New Jersey. It's a stylish take on a sci-fi classic. 

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Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato 'Pôr do Sol' (1989). Image courtesy of David Zwirner
Art

Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato

icon-location-pin David Zwirner, Mayfair
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Catch the first UK exhibition for Brazilian painter Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato. His colourful landscapes are known for their expressively textured surfaces, an effect achieved using brushes, combs and forks. 

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Art

Nicolas Deshayes: ‘Swans’

icon-location-pin Modern Art, Globe Town
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See glistening ceramics inspired by toilets. They're oddly sexy and delightfully tactile sculptures.

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'Market Place, Goa'. (March 2018) Photograph by Grace Wales Bonner
Art

Grace Wales Bonner

icon-location-pin Serpentine Gallery, Knightsbridge
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This multi-sensory installation by fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner broadly based around a series of 'shrines' created by Kapwani Kiwanga, Eric N. Mack, Paul Mpagi Sepuya and Wales Bonner herself. 

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Art

Condo 2010

icon-location-pin Modern Art, Globe Town
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The citywide art festival is back for another year, so brave the cold to discover some seriously exciting new art from 52 international galleries across 18 London spaces. 

Hot gin roof, Sipsmiths
© Simon Brown
Things to do, Food and drink events

Hot Gin Roof

icon-location-pin Ham Yard Hotel, Soho
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Back again for another wintery stint, Sipsmith Gin's the star of the show at this cocktail pop-up on the Ham Yard Hotel roof. Sip on hot G&Ts, steaming Juleps and re-invented classics from previous editions of Hot Gin Roof. 

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Theatre, Musicals

‘Songs for Nobodies’

icon-location-pin Ambassadors Theatre, Covent Garden
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Head to this poignant musical stuffed full of songbook standards. You'll get to see a truly stunning performance by Bernadette Robinson. 

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Yushi Li 'My Tinder Boys – Tom, 20, 5km away' (2017) © the artist. Image courtesy of the South London Gallery
Art

‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018’

icon-location-pin South London Gallery, Camberwell
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The annual showcase of talented young artists is back. From George Stamenov to Heidi Maribut and Yushi Li, this one's not to be missed.

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Things to do, Exhibitions

WaterAid presents ‘The Water Effect’

icon-location-pin Rich Mix, Shoreditch
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Today, one in nine people around the world still don’t have water close to home. WaterAid is raising awareness of this crisis with their display of portraits focusing on people whose lives are directly impacted by the global water crisis. 

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James Acaster
© Edward Moore
Comedy, Stand-up

James Acaster: ‘Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999’

icon-location-pin Vaudeville Theatre, Charing Cross
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Grab this chance to catch the best comedy show of 2018 before Acaster takes his cold lasagne off tour. Who knew he could get any better? 

© Peanuts
Art

‘Good Grief, Charlie Brown!’

icon-location-pin Somerset House, Temple
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This show celebrates the work if the brilliant Charles M Schulz and the art he inspired. It’s touching, iconic and reminds you of what it means to be human. Brilliant. 

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Time Out 50: 50 Years, 50 Covers exhibition
Ben Rowe
Things to do, Exhibitions

‘Time Out 50: 50 Years, 50 Covers’

icon-location-pin Museum of Brands, Ladbroke Grove
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Time Out is 50 this year. Since our pocket-sized first issue in 1968, we’ve published almost 2,500 magazines in London and other great cities around the world. Now, you can see our best ever magazine covers at this show.

Miroslaw Balka 'Die Traumdeutung/ 25, 31m AMSL at White Cube (2014). © the artist. Photo © Jack Hems. Image courtesy of White Cube
Art

Miroslaw Balka: ‘Random Access Memory’

icon-location-pin White Cube Mason's Yard, St James'
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The artist's White Cube solo show features a huge installation made up of two metal walls heated to 45 degrees - also known as the maximum temperature the human body can tolerate. It will also warm you up just as the mercury starts to plummet in late January.

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Image courtesy of Raqs Media Collective and Frith Street Gallery
Art

Raqs Media Collective: ‘Spinal’

icon-location-pin Frith Street Gallery, Soho
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When soldiers from the Indian subcontinent recorded their first-hand experiences of the First World War, officials were unsettled by the 'excess of poetry' in their accounts. This new installation from Raqs Media Collective considers the consequences of ignoring wartime trauma. 

Things to do, Festivals

Festival of New Masculinity

icon-location-pin Multiple venues
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This brand new festival is debating the pressures of modern masculine identity with a focus on male mental health. There's a packed programme of events including brunches, workshops led by the trans community, panel talks on music and mental health, live podcasts and secret gigs. 

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Art, Arts centres

Vault Festival

icon-location-pin Waterloo

See live performance, theatre and dozens of comedy shows - from the like of Dane Baptiste, Lazy Susan, Jessica Fostekew, and Desiree Burch - under the arches of Waterloo. 

Things to do, Classes and workshops

The Pub Choir

icon-location-pin Turk's Head, St Margarets
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Got something to get off your chest? Try belting it out at The Pub Choir. They're looking for new voices and no previous singing experience required. Each session is £5.

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Theatre, Musicals

‘Company’

icon-location-pin Gielgud Theatre, Soho
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Marianne Elliott’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical comedy ‘Company’ finds hidden depths in what was already a stone-cold classic. 

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Image courtesy of Larry Achiampong and David Blandy
Art

‘Genetic Automata: Larry Achiampong and David Blandy’

icon-location-pin Arts Catalyst Centre for Art, Science & Technology, St Pancras
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Check out this collaboration between artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy looking at race and identity in the era of advanced video games and DNA profiling.

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Things to do, Film events

Collective Cinema

icon-location-pin St Margaret's Church, Blackheath
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Check out this new pop-up in Lewisham, screening films in the beautiful St Margaret's Church. As well as showings of blockbusters, family favourites, and cinematic classics, screenings here will also include live music from local musicians, and drinks and snacks from local suppliers.

Beatrice Gibson 'I Hope I'm Loud When I'm Dead' (2018)
Art

Beatrice Gibson: ‘Crone Music’

icon-location-pin Camden Arts Centre, Frognal
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See two new films by Beatrice Gibson, 'I Hope I'm Loud When I'm Dead' and 'Deux Soeurs Qui Ne Sont Pas Soeurs' (Two Sisters who aren't Sisters). Camden Arts Centre is also hosting a series of events connected to the films and the large collection of people involved in their creation. 

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Bill Viola, 'Fire Woman' (2005) Video/sound installation. Performer: Robin Bonaccorsi. Image courtesy of Bill Viola Studio; Photo: Kira Perov
Art

Bill Viola / Michelangelo

icon-location-pin Royal Academy of Arts, Mayfair
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What do a contemporary video artist and a Rennaissance master have in common? Find out with Bill Viola/Michelangelo, the opening exhibition of 2019 at the Royal Academy. 

Hyon Gyon 'Flame' (2010). Private Collection
Art

Hyon Gyon

icon-location-pin Parasol Unit, Hoxton
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Korean shamanism and intense emotions of rage, sorrow and anguish inspire the artworks of Hyon Gyon. This is the first time a European gallery has staged a solo exhibition of her art. 

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© Barrie Wentzell
Things to do, Talks and lectures

Hendrix Talks

icon-location-pin Handel & Hendrix in London, Mayfair
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Hey, voodoo chile. If you love a bit of Jimi, hit up these talks, led by musician Nigel Jones, exploring how the great guitarist changed the way we think about music.

© Pierre Bonnard, 'Coffee' (1915), Tate.
Art

Pierre Bonnard: ‘The Colour of Memory’

icon-location-pin Tate Modern, South Bank
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It's been 20 years since UK art fans last got a chance to enjoy a major exhibition of Pierre Bonnard's delectably, delicately coloured artworks. This blockbuster exhibition focuses on the French artist's preferred practice of working from memory. 

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Holly Brooks
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