Our January 2020 highlights
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.
A weekly vintage and makers market with heaps of antiques, clothing, homeware, books, bikes and cameras to search through.
Nam June Paik predicts how technology influences our lives. This Tate show brings together works made across five-decades by the artist credited with inventing video art.
Go big and go bold at this Mary Quant V&A exhibition. See what fast fashion was like back in the day.
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.
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.
Marianne Elliott’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical comedy ‘Company’ finds hidden depths in what was already a stone-cold classic.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Expect a serious sugar rush at this bar serving chocolatey twists on classic cocktails. Sink a chocotini, before glugging on a glass of chocolate wine.
Head to Carnaby Street to freebies throughout the month. This week, there are High Brow kits from Benefit up for grabs on Thursday and free chicken burgers at Whyte & Brown. Follow @CarnabyLondon for more info.
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