Wicked man, wicked – jungle is massive. Or it sure as hell was in the '90s, anyway. Back in those heady days, the underground scene was taken over by hu-u-u-ge jungle and garage nights – and along with maximalist beats came a maximalist dress code. Moschino, Versace, D&G: if it was Italian and it was loud, it'd get you on the list. Now the Fashion Space Gallery is celebrating the influence of 'Super Sharp' labels on the jungle ravers and vice versa – with input from the likes of Goldie, Fabio & Grooverider, Bushkin, Skibadee, Navigator and PJ & Smiley. And if you recognise at least two of the names on that list, you're bound to bloody love it.
Until 21 April; free
Fashion Space Gallery, 20 John Prince's Street, W1G 0BJ
Pitas are good. Parties are good. So logic dictates that a Pita Party will be blimmin' excellent. Especially when it's curated, as this one is, by hip schwarma bar Berber & Q. Throughout January, they ran Pita Month, inviting four of London's foodie stars – namely Smokestak, Breddos Tacos, Honey & Co and Oded Oren – into the kitchen to create a signature pita to run as a week-long special. But this, friends, is your chance to try them ALL. AT ONCE. With fillings including aged gochujang pork belly, beef kofta with lemon tahini, and seabass, hake and spicy peppers, it'd be a real pita to miss it. Boom boom.
4 Feb; from £31 including five pita
Berber & Q, 46 Exmouth Market, EC1R 4QE