Something Wiccan this way comes. Artists Jeremy Deller and David Sims and fashion brand Aries use photography and film in this immersive exhibition to explore pagan symbology and Neolithic sites.
Tuck into a five-course dinner inspired by the artistic character of the NYC borough. The location will be revealed a few days before. The menu is a secret until the night itself.
Physical theatre troupe Rhum & Clay have created a pleasingly twisty-turny, smart homage to Orson Welles’s radio broadcast. It’s not a stage version of the classic sci-fi; but it’s not not a stage version of the classic sci-fi.
Watch ‘Moulin Rouge!’ from a pew in the overwhelming gothic setting of St Margaret’s Church at this pop-up cinema. Saturday’s screening of Baz Luhrmann’s riotous film will be set to live music from the church organ.
Forget deconstructed cheesecakes – it’s all about reconstructed pornstar martinis at this Crouch End cocktail bar from the team behind east London’s Bar Three.
A dinky neighbourhood diner, Wicked Vegan deals in the best kind of plant-based cooking: the naughty kind. It’s all here, from burgers and wings to mac ’n’ cheese or nachos.
Want to be reminded of what it feels like to soak up the heat of a day at the beach, cool water lapping and not a cloud in the sky? Get a load of Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato’s paintings with January-blues-busting sunlight and hotter-climate colours.
‘Songs for Nobodies’ is a poignant musical stuffed full of songbook standards. Bernadette Robinson gives a stunning performance.
This historical drama about the ill-fated Scottish monarch sees Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie square off as rival queens.
Curated and organised in part by new online magazine The Book of Man, this three-month event series hopes to tackle the pitfalls of masculinity, rather than just filling a room with middle-aged white blokes shouting ‘Why isn’t there an International Men’s Day?!’
Beat the freeze by snuggling under a blanket on Ham Yard Hotel’s toasty rooftop and sinking a great selection of hot gin cocktails. Make ours a Steaming Julep.
This sombre but deeply emotional drama offers three different perspectives on a single act of unprovoked police violence on a Brooklyn street corner. A sobering addition to the ever-swelling canon of films addressing the Black Lives Matter movement.
Expect a serious sugar rush at this bar serving chocolatey twists on classic cocktails. Sink a Chocotini before glugging on a glass of chocolate wine. Enjoy!
Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu has converted the Goldsmiths gallery into a little shop of psychedelic horrors, filling it with bodies caught in the middle of mutating into bizarre, twisted new shapes.
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