The Tate Modern’s late-night shindig returns, this time celebrating wacky sculptor Franz West. As well as heaps of modern art, you can discover pro-LGBT+ performances, textile-making classes, pin-badge workshops, a pun-based pub quiz and artist talks – then go dance to tunes from NTS Radio.
Another bar in the Mr Fogg’s family, inspired by adventures around the world. A mechanical negroni – yours at the push of a button.
Obsessed with ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Join two days of lectures, workshops and displays on family lineage. Then find out if you’re the heir to an eccentric Prussian count’s fortune.
An enormous, immersive ‘GoT’ dance party, featuring blizzard machines, impromptu sword battles and Hodor himself on the DJ decks. Hodor!
Perfectly lit photographs of America by a true master of the form. It doesn’t matter if he’s shooting a car or a person, Eggles always creates beauty and unease.
A rustic French brasserie in Brook Green. Go for unfussy Gallic fare, like big plates of slow-cooked beef and mash.
Big, imposing sculptural assemblages of concrete and fabric: Barlow really knows howto dwarf a viewer, but something about that is totally and perfectly calming.
Now's your chance to try the culinary world's bad boy Matty Matheson's collaboration with Yard Sale. Together they bring you the bagel-inspired 'Brick Lane Bad Boy' topped with pastrami, gherkins, pickled cabbage and hot mustard. You're gonna wanna pizza this action.
Join in for an evening of choral renditions of all your favourite flicks including 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Dirty Dancing' and 'The Greatest Showman'. It's going to be a giant live Hollywood singalong.
Chekhov’s classic, directed by rising star Rebecca Frecknall. Patsy Ferran, Pearl Chanda and Ria Zmitrowicz are stunning siblings.
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