Words Charlotte Cox
This weekend, if it’s not a pop-up, we’re just not interested (well, unless it’s a Rebel Wilson film, in which case we’re ALWAYS interested). Cue London’s very finest culinary and cultural happenings…More
ART: Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist As Collector
It's always fascinating to find out what tastemakers choose to buy for themselves – see What ELLE Wears for proof. And here's a chance to do just that with the leading talents of the art world. In this blockbuster exhibition at The Barbican, 14 major artists, including Damien Hirst and Peter Blake, display their own personal collections – letting you see the works that actually hang in their homes, without the pesky breaking-and-entering charges.
Until 25 May; £12 Barbican Art Gallery, Silk Street, ECY 8DS barbican.org.uk
FOOD: Bunny Chow Pub Pop Up
So, how do you improve upon a full English breakfast, a slow-cooked lamb curry and a piri-piri pulled pork? You serve them in a bread case, duh. Cult street food truck Bunny Chow have been spreading this simple truth on the pavements of Soho for years, but now they’re taking up temporary residency in the area’s Sun & 13 Cantons pub. Which is great, because how do you improve upon a meal in a bread case? You have it alongside a pint of micro-brewery beer, duh.
Until 22 May
21 Great Pulteney Street, London W1 bunnychow.com