With the weather in London likely to be iffy at best this weekend I really wish this Litchfield exhibition had started because it looks fabulous, with some truly amazing shots from the publicity material, for instance isn’t the shot with the woman in the snow just remarkable and then there’s the one of the woman hanging on the hook of the crane.
But the exhibition’s not on until the 24th so for this weekend here are a couple of suggestions that you might want to do if you want to escape the rain, and of course you can still see the photo exhibition of Marilyn Munroe at the Getty.
But if you’re looking for a good night of comedy the 99 Club still has tickets for this weekend with 3 top comedians on Saturday who if you watch a lot of comedy on TV you’ll instantly recognise, for details of who’s on click here.
Some would call this next event a bit freaky deaky, I’ll let you judge, it’s an exhibition about the human brain and here’s part of what the official info says “There are over 150 artefacts including real brains, artworks, manuscripts, artefacts, videos and photography,” if that for you go for the free guided tour on Saturday at 11.30, here’s the details.
Finally I couldn’t decide on the Jazz at the Kings place on Saturday or the Tattoo show on Saturday and Sunday so here’s a link to both of them and that’s it from me. Kings Place or Tattoos?
Oh one final thing, it’s not on over the weekend but do your best to get to the Lamb pub in Leadenhall Market on Monday for their St George’s celebrations, it looks absolutely brilliant and the record breaking attempt of St George’s speech from Henry V is a stroke of genius.
“I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The game’s afoot:
Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry ‘God for Harry, England, and Saint George!”
Click Lamb Tavern
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