When is a T-shirt not a T-shirt? When it is a big old counter-culture statement out to stick it to the status quo, that's when. And there are plenty such specimens on show from Friday at the Fashion and Textile Museum, which rounds up rock'n'roll tees, punk tees, politically active tees, protest tees and – best of all – a whole load of tees by Vivienne Westwood from her private collection. Which means while these shirts may be subversive, they're sure going to be stylish.
9 Feb-6 May; £9.90
Fashion and Textile Museum, 83 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3XF
So we've had vegan cheese, vegan chicken burgers and vegan pulled-pork tacos. And now, behold! Vegan Chinese. And we're not just talking plain noodles, oh no. New residency Mao Chow, which recently landed at Dalston cocktail joint Pamela, deals in 'pork' and chive dumplings, Chinese 'lamb' burgers and smoked 'beef jerky'-fried rice – all completely meat and dairy free. Swing by for all this plus creative cocktails AND the chance to sing, 'Everybody was to-fu fighting…'
Mao Chow, 428 Kingsland Rd, E8 4AA
Peter Pan jokes: they never get old. And neither, it would seem, does immersive theatre – returning to VAULT Festival after last year's smash-hit experiential production of The Great Gatsby, The Guild of Misrule are this time inviting us to 'dive into a dark and dangerous world of mermaids, rum and glittering pirates'. And we'll go anywhere there's rum… Join Peter, Captain Hook and even JM Barrie himself (how meta) in reworked escapade through Neverland that sees you drinking with pirates, food-fighting with the Lost Boys and, er, joining Peter Pan's publishing company. OBVIOUSLY.
Until 18 March; £26.50
Neverland, The Vaults, Leake Street, SE1 7NN