Shake off your hangover with a Bloody Mary in hand, while soaking up the sounds of DJs and browsing stalls selling vintage clothing, illustrations, design pieces and beauty products. You’ll be cured in no time.
This new social enterprise is partnering with the charity SANE to lower the stigma around mental health for those having a ruff time. Oh, and there will be a pack of pooches to play with. Paw-fect!
It's a biopic of inimitable Supreme Court Justice Ruth
Bader Ginsburg. A must-see for a stirring companion piece to Oscar-nominated doc ‘RBG’.
Save your bangers and mash and visit some free workshops dedicated to the East End. The saucepan lids may learn some colourful language, but Kat and Alfie would be praaad.
A Basque-leaning small-plates spot at Covent Garden’s Henrietta Hotel. Go for the truffle-covered, tahini-tinged tuna tartare it's a wicked pairing of fungus and fish.
Swing by the arcades and feel nostalgic before it’s too late. There’s partial nudity, fantasy violence and adult themes, so older kids will love it.
A powerful social drama about a boy on the streets of Beirut. For an amazing performance from young Syrian actor Zain Al Rafeea.
Throw out your Constables and Turners, because Liu Xiaodong has created a robot that can probably outpaint them all. Come watch it depict Trafalgar Square in real time.
An Australian-influenced café/bar in Deptford. Food-wise, it does solid sourdough sarnies, bagels and a couple of salads. The best thing? It's in an unpretentious art-school atmosphere.
The Faber Fox is a Crystal Palace pub, which is the fifth from the Livelyhood group. It's got an epic beer garden and an action-packed interior.
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