Things To Do in London This Week: 25 March - 1 April
If you missed your Culture Whisper booking reminders a few months ago and are at a loss for what to do in London this week, read on.
BOOK NOW: Lost River, Q&A with Ryan Gosling
Curzon invite you to watch Ryan Gosling's directorial debut and then hear him defend it. Flop or no flop, we're booking this screening.
ON STAGE: Oppenheimer, Vaudeville Theatre
With five stars from both the Guardian and the Telegraph, critics are fawning over this RSC transfer.
WE LOVED: Designs of the Year 2015, Design Museum
Seize modernity with both hands and head to this show, where you'll brush up against self-driving cars and sustainability made beautiful.
FOR KIDS: Christina Mackie: Tate Britain Commission 2015
Little'uns will love this playful work in silk and dye from sculptress Christina Mackie.
EXCLUSIVE: Dinner and a film: Land of the Free, Second Home
A celebration of 70s subculture cinema with a series of film screenings at Jago restaurant. Culture Whisper members are invited to enjoy any film screening for £20 including a two-course dinner.
TALKING POINT: The Face of an Angel, Q&A with director Michael Winterbottom
Join Michael Winterbottom as he discuss his latest film, based on the murder of Meredith Kercher and starring Cara Delevigne and Kate Beckinsale.
FOR LITTLE ONES: Coral Reefs, Natural History Museum
Technicolour fronds and kaleidoscopic forms will get kids caring about ecology.
DATE NIGHT: Auteur Film Festival, Curzon Bloomsbury
A season of the greatest films in cinema comes home to roost at the all-new Curzon Bloomsbury.
LAST CHANCE: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Beetles + Huxley
An astonishing collection of prints from the father of photojournalism - don't miss this miniature jewel of an exhibition.
STILL TICKETS: Gypsy, Savoy Theatre
If its 5 star Chichester reception is anything to go by, this Imelda Staunton musical will set the West End alight.