Things to See and Do: Saturday 4th June

Here’s a few tips on some of the best things to see and do currently in London. So take your pick and enjoy! 

Jack Lemnmon with his son Chris

A Twist of Lemmon, St James Studioa show that will take audiences through the life and career of Jack Lemmon as told through one of the people closest to him: his son Chris Lemmon. An evening filled with as much laughter and tears as possible – it is a wonderful affectionate tribute as Love London Love Culture foundOn until the 18th June. 

Bhupen Khakhar: You Can’t Please All, Tate Modernthis new exhibition opened at the gallery this week to mixed reviews, showcasing the artist’s works on canvas, luminous watercolour paintings and experimental ceramics. On display until the 6th November. 


The Spoils, Trafalgar StudiosJesse Eisenberg’s third play, makes its way across the Atlantic to mainly positive reviews . The cast also includes Kunal Nayyar, Alfie Allen and Katie Brayben and is directed by Scott Elliott. (Booking until the 13th August).

Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds, British Museumthis blockbuster exhibition, looks at two recently rediscovered lost cities found at the bottom of the Mediterranean and how the ancient civilisations of Egypt and Greece were closely linked. (Booking until the 27th November). 


Sideways, St James TheatreRex Pickett’s original novel is brought to the stage in this new production directed by David Grindley. It is a show that has divided opinion with critics ,  but worth going to see if looking for something a bit different. (Booking until the 9th July). 

Paul Strand: Photography and Film for the 20th Century, Victoria and Albert Museumthe V&A celebrates the work of one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century in this exhibition which is on display until the 3rd July. Find out what Love London Love Culture thought when the show opened earlier this year here.


Off the Kings Road, Jermyn Street Theatrea wonderful piece of comic drama that looks at the way people grieve and how they attempt to move on with their lives. As an added bonus, Jeff Bridges puts in a brilliant e-appearance. Find out what Love London Love Culture thought here(On until the 25th June). 



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