Things To Do In London This Week: 18 Feb-25 Feb, 2015
We've curated the best things to do in London this week, from ghostly photography (Salt and Silver) to the world's best documentaries (DocHouse February).
1. PHOTOGRAPHY PICK: Salt and Silver, Tate Britain
Ghostly and exquisite, this Tate Britain exhibition reveals the silvered delicacy of early Victorian photography.
2. TOP POP UP: Shackfuyu
The team behind 'Bone Daddies' have just opened a Soho pop up: Japanese small plates with a side of rock 'n' roll.
3. ANTI-50 SHADES: The Duke of Burgundy, Q&A with Peter Strickland
Critics have fawned over Peter Strickland's sexually charged black comedy- catch the movie plus a Q&A with Strickland this Friday.
4. EDITOR'S PICK: Richard Long, Alan Cristea Gallery
Come and experience British sculptor and four-time Turner nominee Richard Long's enormous relief prints, which draw on his favoured themes of land and sensuality.
5. THE POWER OF FILM: Dochouse's Best of Documentary: February
This DocHouse season has gathered together the best documentaries of the last decade and kicks off with 'Shape of the Moon' and 'Man on Wire'.
6. FOR KIDS: Kate Saunders, The Psammead and the Great War, Southbank Centre
Award-winning children's writer Kate Saunders discusses her wonderful 'Five Children on the Western Front' as part of the Southbank's Imagine Children's Festival.
7. ON STAGE: Lippy, Young Vic
This multimedia production caused nothing short of a sensation at Edinburgh, gathering a heap of awards. Head to the Young Vic to see what all the fuss is about.
8. TRIED AND TESTED: Kumiko The Treasure Hunter
If you watch one indie this month, make it this one: We absolutely adored this film from up and coming director David Zellner.
9. LAST CHANCE: Onegin, Royal Ballet
Still tickets for the final performances of John Cranko's wonderful version of Onegin: a witty and lyrical delight, with rich performances from the Royal Ballet principals.
10. RISING STAR: Trish Clowes, Pizza Express Jazz
This hotly-tipped British saxophonist will play genre-bending jazz alongside her starstudded quintet, which includes Gwilym Simcock, on Feb 23.