Social media giant Facebook is going analogue for these screenings of six short films all about people trying to use the online world to do something positive in the real world.
Grab tickets to this elliptical, meditative exploration of grief by French playwright Florian Zeller. Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins are brilliant in this story of a troubled marriage.
Visit Soho’s first pop-up soup restaurant where stars such as Richard Hammond, Lorraine Kelly and Angellica Bell will be serving up bowls of broth. All proceeds will go to Centrepoint, to help young homeless people in winter.
If you‘ve watched Stacey Dooley's recent BBC doc about how the fashion industry is affecting the natural world, don't miss this exhibition at the V&A. Find out how the beauty of nature has inspired fashion for hundreds of years and how our clothes have devastatingly exploited the natural world.
Join this discussion with Hak Baker - former member of grime collective BOMB Squad, DJ Chuckie Lothian, former reggae artist and academic Mykaell Riley and Antonia Odunlami, founding member and music editor at gal-dem, about black excellence and identity in the industry.
Artist Polly Nor bares all in her solo exhibition. Her satirical images, capture just what it’s like to navigate life as a woman in the internet age.
Hit up this Ziggy Stardust-themed bar at the Hotel Cafe Royal for cocktails inspired by Bowie songs - wham bam, thank you, ma’am!
See two masters of Italian painting go head-to-head. If you want to understand the Renaissance, this show is a good place to start.
London's brand new Science Gallery opens its doors with a show looking at addiction and getting better. It's casting the net far and wide, looking at everything we're 'hooked' on from hard drugs to iPhones.
Check out this world of alien ceramics, haunted creatures and bizarre jewellery. It's like all your favourite museums in one place.