Attenborough is done mollycoddling his audience with calming narrations on the lives of baby rhinos and the wandering albatross. His next big project is ‘A Life on Our Planet’, is not so much a documentary but a terrifying ‘witness statement’ about our collective failure to address climate change. Sir David will be introducing the film as part of a live Q&A with Michael Palin at the Royal Albert Hall for a very-much-sold-out screening. The good news is that the RAH event will be beamed into Picturehouse Cinemas across the city on the night. The bad news is… well, you’ll find out when you watch the film.
Various London cinemas. April 16. Prices vary.
Spring in London is finally on its way. The days are getting warmer and lighter, people are starting to smile occasionally and Londoners are beginning to inch away from cosy pub fires and venture into the great outdoors. Plus, the city is coming to life with events and activities from March through to May 2020.
Whether you’re after the latest art exhibitions, new theatre shows, the best gigs, restaurant openings or other great things to do in London, our spring round-up will keep your social calendar as fresh as a daisy.
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