How should you spend the last weekend of February in the capital? How about hitting up Lunchtime Disco at its new locale, learning loads about Bangladeshi culture at the Bargehouse, indulging in another fried chicken pop-up and maybe heading to Covent Garden to discover why nostalgic poster art simply rocks.
The Valentine’s celebrations are rolling over to the weekend for all you lovers in the house, but we’ve equally got some great picks for those proud singletons who like the best bits of London Fashion Week, experimental theatre and John McClane times three (or four, if you’re looking to catch the new Die Hard this weekend). Win-win all around!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve got our sights set on the Graffik Gallery’s Zeus Solo Show and its hilarious approach to matters of the heart, while fried chicken, after hour desserts, Othello in Peckham and dancing for a good cause sounds like just the trick for what might be another frosty weekend in the capital – lovely times nonetheless but wrap up warm!
February’s arrived, offering one of the first major art shows that’ll leave you dazzled, a European love letter to legendary hip-hop producer J-Dilla, Chinese New Year celebrations and buckets of seafood at a pop-up in East (that makes a change from burgers, we think!)
This week our cultural smorgasbord is offering you a bit of alternative art, fascinating theatre, hip-hop jams, comedy and a journey to Notting Hill for gourmet popcorn.
To quote from the beloved 1990 action-comedy Dick Tracey, we’re “back in business and ain’t it grand – let the good times roll!” So hello 2013 and readers old and new
Now that the capital is making the rapid descent towards Christmas, you’ve got the option of spending your weekends getting in the spirit of it all – Santacon anyone?
London’s independent theatre scene gets the much deserved spotlight this weekend with two events showcasing the finest in new writing, while the original afrobeats sound takes over East London on Friday, leaving Sunday for good eats and drinks galore…
Just as the temperature drops, a brand new film festival dedicated to flicks from the colder climes of Europe sweeps into town, while Somerset House are giving ice skaters another reason to visit thanks to the dazzling couture of Valentino. Elsewhere, this weekend is a great chance to check out Alan Yau’s new Thai [...]
Just when you thought The Cultural Exposé’s handpicked weekends couldn’t get any more varied, the next three days has ensured we’ll be having a ball celebrating Japanese culture
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