Things To Do In London This Week: 8 April - 15 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.
The exotic blooms from across the world on display at the RHS London Orchid Show and European Orchid Conference.
A PIECE OF ROCK HISTORY: Secret 7”, Somerset House
Somerset House hosts Secret 7” exhibition, printing extra-special vinyl records by the greatest living rock and Motown musicians, British electronic pioneers and contemporary artists.
STILL TICKETS: Light Shining In Buckinghamshire, National Theatre
Revolution post civil war? It might not sound very English, but Light Shining in Buckinghamshire is a political British play by Caryl Churchill - and a 'timely reminder as we go to the polls of the power of personal choice'.
TIP TOP TALK: Alastair Campbell and Jemima Khan on winning, The School of Life
Jemima Khan, New Statesman editor and the political strategist turned writer Alastair Campbell reveal the secrets of success in this School of Life lecture.
IN THE KNOW: Miista Sample Sale
Put some 'uncommon beauty' into spring wardrobes at the Miista sample sale, featuring their SS15 collection Future Athens.
HIGH TEA: Cuisson Afternoon Tea, Burlington Arcade
Luxury caterers Cuisson host a one-off pop up Afternoon Tea in Burlington Arcade.
WE LOVE: David Sanborn Band & John Scofield and Jon Cleary, Barbican
Former James Brown, Bowie, Stevie Wonder and Jaco Pastorius sax man, David Sanborn, arriving with his famously gritty, hard grooving 80s fusion repertoire at the Barbican.
STILL TICKETS: Ah, Wilderness! Young Vic
This 1933 a coming of age story is an American favourite set to make waves at the Young Vic.
ESSENTIAL: Francis Bacon, ICA
1985 Francis Bacon documentary in which Melvyn Bragg and Bacon exchange ideas over glasses of wine and take a trip around Bacon's studio.
JUST OPENED: Percy and Founders, Fitzrovia
Exciting new eatery in the heart of Fitzrovia offering breakfast, lunch and dinner in a chic renovated townhouse.