Construction of The Hop, by @jyll.bradley, is nearing completion at the @hayward.gallery The installation will plant a luminous public canopy on the side of the Hayward Gallery which reaches almost 4 metres in height.
Inspired by local London history - when thousands of families travelled away from the pollution of London for a working ‘holiday’ in the Kentish hop fields.
There's no better place to go to the cinema than the BFI Southbank, Running until the end of the month they are presenting a number of anime classics alongside work by contemporary auteurs, and a small but increasingly important group of women working in anime who are helping bring the form into the 21st century.
Have you tried @breadstreetkitchen in Southwark yet? Enjoy the inviting space with a warehouse feel and stunning mix of vintage and modern interiors, alongside an inspired menu of delicious Gordon Ramsay classics. The perfect treat for the weekend!
Head to the @nationaltheatre to see the exciting new production of the classic ‘The Corn is Green’, @nicolawalkeruk plays a teacher who arrives in rural North Wales, determined to help young local miners out of poverty. This is a must see and running until 11 June.
Incredible views over London’s iconic skyline taken from Arbor, the first building due to be completed at Bankside Yards. Arbor has been designed with ultra clear low iron glass which allows for exceptional levels of natural light. 95% of all work areas are within 7 metres of the floor to ceiling windows.
A must see! The Hayward Gallery is hosting The Woven Child, the first major retrospective of legendary artist Louise Bourgeois. The exhibition focuses exclusively on her work using fabrics and textiles and is running until 15 May.