Flowers in a vase are nice. But flowers IN THE SKY? That's a darned site more spectacular, we can all agree. And it's what artist Rebecca Louise Law does best. This time, fashion's favourite florist (she's worked with Hermès, Jimmy Choo and Mulberry) has filled Greenwich's NOW Gallery with 10,000 blue, purple, yellow and white irises suspended from copper wire, making for an an unmissably topsy-turvy springtime experience. Be warned: no supermarket posies will ever be good enough again.
Until 7 May; free
NOW Gallery, Peninsula Square, Greenwich SE10 0ES
Can we just say, we are LOVING this reversal of the usual London-venue-closes-down trend? First Fabric made a triumphant return, and now comes the reopening of The Borderline, which has been stripped down, scrubbed up and given the full hipster makeover, ready to reclaim its rightful place as Soho's most iconic live music venue. This weekend get things rolling the only way it possibly could – with a return of much-loved indie night Tilted. Expect rock, Britpop, pop-punk, guilty pleasures, classic hip-hop… and we're willing to put money on at least one play of Mr Brightside.
18 March; £5
Borderline, Manette St, Soho, W1D 4JB