Entertainment Listings: What’s on this week

Luke Warm – Behind The Bulge
Proclaimed (by himself) as the greatest actor of his generation, described by others as: “…meh,” Luke Warm is here to prove that a fading star can still burn brightly.
Join him in his personal dressing room as he fondly remembers past performances and prepares for his latest stage spectacular. A charmingly interactive Drag King solo show full of song, smoulder, and self-doubt.
February 28
Longfield Hall, 50 Knatchbull Road

V&A’s Friday Late: Eyes
Friday Late at the V&A celebrates all aspects of contemporary visual culture using the V&A collection and building as its inspiration.
For the first time, Friday Late will be programmed across three seasons spanning the year and will explore subjects of The Body, Endeavour and Illusions, with live performances, film screenings, installations, debates, DJ sets and workshops. From now until April it’s The Body, questioning how our bodies can shape contemporary notions of identity.
February 28
Cromwell Road, South Kensington

Cirque du Soleil Luzia
Luzia takes you to an imaginary Mexico, where light helps the spirit, and rain soothes the soul.
The show is like a waking dream, taking audiences from an old movie set to an undersea world, and from a cenote to a city alleyway, passing smoothly from an urban setting to the natural world, from the past to the present via fascinating Mexican mythology and traditions. Breathtaking acrobatic performances feature and water has been integrated into this year’s performances.
Until March 1
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington

Funkin’ Fundraiser
Join DJs Giles Frampton and Dre for a superb night of funk, soul, disco and house music at one of South-east London’s best music venues.
The Fox & Firkin plays host to this exclusive Funkin’ Fundraiser for which all ticket proceeds will go towards securing the future of the Brockley Max festival.
March 6
Fox & Firkin, 316 Lewisham High Street

Listen Up Lewisham!
A monthly relaxed interactive music performance featuring creative woodwind quartet soundSPARK and other professional musicians.
The concerts are specifically for children aged up to eight with SEND and their families, who live in the borough of Lewisham. Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance.
St Catherine’s Hatcham, Pepys Road
February 29

Green Week
A new initiative at Morley College to raise awareness around the issues of sustainability, environmentalism and climate emergency.
Five days of lunchtime, afternoon and evening events to raise awareness of environmental issues.
Film screenings, swap shops, creative workshops, Dye Garden tours, Dr Bike cycle maintenance, an exhibition and a Penny Lecture.
March 2-6
Morley College London, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7HT

Desire Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair
Desire has become firmly established as the must visit event for its stunning collection and unrivalled choice of contemporary jewellery and stylish silverware where visitors can purchase from an exciting range from both emerging British talent as well as the latest designs from more established designer makers.
To March 1
Old Town Hall, King’s Road, Chelsea

Hope & Glory Fashion Show
The latest fashion from London fashion designers will take to the catwalk for a chic and spectacular performance.
The fashion show will present collections from exciting menswear and womenswear designers – each of whom will be unveiling their 2020 collections. Proceeds from the show will be donated to Prostate Cancer UK & SANE the mental health charity. Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite.
March 5
The Biscuit Factory, 100 Drummond Road, Bermondsey

Women of the World Festival
WOW – Women of the World Festival runs from March 6 to 8 across the International Women’s Day weekend at Southbank Centre.
The line-up includes some of the world’s most exciting performers, activists and voices. The event will feature talks from amazing women including Naomi Wolf, Shazia Mirza, Scarlett Curtis, Sandi Toksvig, Mary Robinson, Elif Shafak, Julia Gillard, Caroline Criado Perez, Emma Dabiri, Shazia Mirza, Bobby Baker and live recordings of two of the UK’s most popular podcasts – Scarlett Curtis: Feminists Don’t Wear Pink and The Guilty Feminist.
March 6-8
Southbank Centre


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