Get your purse out for the ladies at a shop showcasing women designers. With 10 percent of proceeds going to the Coppafeel breast cancer awareness charity, these are the kind of stocking fillers we can all get behind.
London’s Finnish and Norwegian churches provide the backdrop for this fair selling Nordic treats. Add a glug of glögg and you’ll soon be feeling merry.
Peek inside this crafty social enterprise to see the resident artists at work and stock up on quirky Christmas presents.
Check out these weird shaped contemporary paintings of cleaners. It’s so full of colour, symbols and humour that you’ll never want to leave.
Pieces from more than 90 up-and-coming potters will be spread across two Kiln Rooms locations for this three-day sale. Meet the makers while you shop for wheely good gifts.
SW London’s Winterland is kitted out with chairlifts and fire pits for fully immersive après-ski antics in the sport’s unofficial home: Fulham. With what you save on ski boot rental fees, you can splurge on chocolate martinis and mulled wine.
Globe boss Michelle Terry and husband Paul Ready in The Scottish Play. It’s a fresh – even funny – take on the tragedy.
Missed out on tickets to see Michelle Obama and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie speak at the Southbank Centre next week? Go to the next best thing. Penguin is joining forces with online magazine gal-dem to launch a pop-up bookshop exclusively selling works by women and non-binary people of colour.
Get your mitts on handmade gifts, jewellery, clothing, art and accessories from local makers at this pre-Christmas market popping up at the William Morris Gallery.
Flemish artist Ilse D’Hollander committed suicide in 1997 aged 28. But these intensely coloured canvas- and cardboard-based paintings are far from melancholic – filled with deep blues and coral pinks.
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