Our March 2019 highlights
3D ‘mutoids’, magical display cabinets, a 1,000-year-long musical composition, interactive treasure hunts and digital palm readings are just some of the interactive installations taking over the Horniman. Join after dark for this special late in partnership with Goldsmiths College.
Fancy seeing a leftfield obscurity at one of the best film clubs in London? Catch this sci-fi thriller, directed by Saul Bass, about a supercolony of desert ants after hearing a scientist's bioinformatics talk about the insects.
Ring in Nowruz, the Persian New Year, this week at new Soho Iranian joint Berenjak. To round off celebrations on Thursday (Mar 21), they'll be serving two traditional Nowruz dishes for one day only.
Go on a multi-sensory journey through a series of chromatic experiments developed by Oxford University. Use your senses – beyond just sight – to explore your relationship with colour. Reward yourself at the end with a cocktail matched to your favourite hue.
Neck a Donkey Kong Jungle Juice cocktail while zapping zombies and battling bosses at this retro games night. Mario Kart and Street Fighter will unleash plenty of nostalgia.
Try mozzarella-stretching, deodorant-making, coprolite turd-polishing (fossilised faeces, FYI) and learn what ‘mouth feel’ really means at this festival exploring materials that sicken and seduce the senses.
This post-postcolonial deconstruction of Joseph Conrad's ‘Heart of Darkness’ is an absolute bloody hoot, with a non-white, non-male cast lampooning Western imperialist pomposity with surreal abandon.
Rotherhithe's Finnish and Norwegian Churches provide the backdrop from this annual fair with dozens of stalls selling Scandi snacks, crafts, homewares and toys. Load up on giant cinnamon buns and soak up the hygge vibes,
The creative community hub is throwing open its doors for a spring sale where you can check out prints, jewellery, clothes and fresh flowers from indie sellers. While you're there, make a donation to help secure the lease at its Fish Island location.
Even if a play about fossils, dinosaurs and more doesn't sound like your cup of T-Rex, this Kandinsky creation (the fringe theatre company, not the artist) is real a must see.
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