Things To Do In London This Week: 6 May - 13 May
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.
BEAUTIFUL OBJECTS: COLLECT 2015
A very Saatchi art fair: the gallery plays host to the finest in contemporary glassware, textiles, jewellery and ceramics.
TOP POP UP: Mazí Mas
Who knew a pop-up could have so much heart? For women, by women: homely meals from around the world settle in East London.
EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT: The Vote, Donmar Warehouse
The Donmar's gets meta-theatrical: election play starring Catherine Tate, Mark Gatiss and Judi Dench, will be broadcast across the nation.
TO DIE FOR: Ollie Templeton, Carousel
Culinary wizardry courtesy of ex-Moro chef Ollie Templeton comes to the Carousel kitchen.
PALME D'OR WINNER?: Clouds of Sils Maria, Curzon Bloomsbury plus Olivier Assayas Q&A
A screening of Olivier Assayas' new film, which stars Kristin Stewart and Juliette Binoche and is up for Cannes' top honour, followed by a Q&A with the director himself.
LAST CHANCE: Marlene Dumas, Tate Modern ★★★★
Final week of the Tate's monumental retrospective: Dumas' beguiling darkness will leave you punch-drunk.
CAUSING A SENSATION: Girlhood ★★★★
If you see one film this month, make it Girlhood: this French coming-of-age drama is a work of art.
STILL TICKETS: Wayne McGregor: Woolf Works, Royal Ballet
Virginia Woolf haunts this brand new wok from dance maverick Wayne McGregor: the jewel in the crown of the Royal Ballet season .
Seun Kuti, Ronnie Scott’s
On his way to Ronnie Scotts- the afrobeat star who carries his father Fela Kuti's legacy with a frantic flair that is all his own.
ON STAGE: Pirates of Penzance, ENO
Film director Mike Leigh leads an all-star cast through Gilbert and Sullivan's boisterous, subversive operetta.