Up to 40 percent off tickets to this immersive take on the iconic story
Up to 56 percent off tickets to this spangly, feel-good musical
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Up to 44 percent off tickets to Rajiv Joseph's bold new production
Half-price tickets to this exhibition of over 500 wines
Unlimited sushi and Asian tapas plus a bottle of prosecco each at the pan-Asian interactive sensation
Up to 54 percent off tickets to this hilarious production of Oscar Wilde’s classic
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Tottenham and Seven Sisters are hosting an all-day festival of arts and music. LNZRT, which runs the bill at Moth Club and the Shacklewell Arms, has programmed 30 eclectic acts including Metz, The KVB and Jacuzzi Boys, alongside a record market and an exhibition by feminist fashion and culture zine Polyester.
Don’t miss this heavily anticipated bio-jukebox musical about the mighty Tina Turner. Broadway performer Adrienne Warren takes the lead role and doesn’t so much imitate Turner as channel her. She’s simply the best in this role.
Like your plates small and your options smaller? Then you’ll love Nest. This charming Hackney spot serves a seven-dish, no-choice menu. The food here is rooted in rustic peasant fare – and it’s absolutely bloody delicious.
Join this fizzathon celebrating Italy’s finest export. A ticket bags you up to eight glasses of bubbly plus plenty of fine Italian grub if you’re not up for a liquid lunch.
The Lewisham MC and rapper takes the stage at Bermondsey Social Club for the launch of his debut album ‘Novelist Guy’.
Folk singer Sam Lee and his talented troupe of musicians jam with birdsong recordings at this enchanting late.
The UK’s first dedicated festival of Muslim culture, literature and ideas is happening at the British Library. Expect a weekend of poetry readings, workshops, performances, discussions, afterparties and family events – all celebrating the richness and plurality of Muslim cultures and exploring contemporary Muslim thought.
Beuys’s work takes in sculpture, drawing, performance, political activism and lectures – and it’s some of the most important art of the twentieth century. This is painful, powerful and totally influential art.
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