Entertainment Listings: What’s On This Week

All You Can Eat Doughnut Workshop
The Avenue Cookery School in Wandsworth has its very own doughnut master, who will be with you every step of the way during this hands-on class where you will learn how to whip up three different types of tasty miniature doughnuts, with smooth and creamy custard, classic jam and delicious dulce de leche.
Then you get to indulge in heaps of the fresh, doughy treats with a tea, coffee or cheeky tipple if you fancy.
March 22
The Avenue Cookery School, 3 Enterprise Way, Wandsworth

London Dog Week
London Dog Week returns for its second year of celebrating and helping to grow London’s dog-friendly hot spots and raise awareness of the benefits of dog ownership.
London dog lovers will be encouraged to get involved in a number of tail wagging initiatives, from the London Dog Week Parade at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to a Superpaw Model Fashion Brunch at Chucs Restaurant Hyde Park and Late Night Hounds at Mama Shelter.
March 23-29
Various locations

Shaken, Not Stirred
Shaken, Not Stirred at Box Galleries is a great way to get back into Bond.
The immersive Bond experience comprising a series of new and archival works celebrate the world’s most famous spy’s influence on 20th and 21st century art.
The exhibition features a curation of illustrations, screen prints and silkscreen paintings, as well as the posthumous launch of the new photography review.
Until March 24
Box Galleries, 402 King’s Road, Chelsea

The multi-award winning BalletBoyz are back and celebrating their 20th anniversary year with this production of Deluxe.
Deluxe fuses the work of some of the world’s most exciting and innovative choreographers and composers, including Chinese dancer and choreographer Xie Xin, who has created a work set to an original score by composer Jiang Shao-feng, and Maxine Doyle who has collaborated with jazz musician and composer Cassie Kinoshi of the Mercury-nominated SEED Ensemble.
March 25-27
Sadler’s Wells, Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell

London Dog Week

Party at the Mansion // FYI Chris, DJ FAST, Eric Boss, Javano
After a string of Sold Out Parties across 2019 Cigarette Records returns to Beckenham Place Mansion bigger and better than ever.
Room One will be full of Disco, Funk and Soul. Room Two will be playing House, Garage, Grime, Jungle. The party in a beautiful 17th century mansion will make you feel like you’re not in London.
March 27
Beckenham Place Mansion Beckenham Place Park

Handel Remixed: Volume II
After last year’s exhilarating debut appearance, Festival Voices return to the London Handel Festival and Bussey Building with a varied setlist of well-known Handelian choruses and arias from Messiah, Jephtha and Theodora, remixed live with electronic music in FV’s unique house style.
Featuring baroque ensemble, chorus and a wicked dose of playfulness, Handel Remixed: Volume II will challenge conventions, surprise the senses and inspire the imagination.
March 27
CLF Art Cafe, Block A, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham

Jekyll / Hyde
Fire Hazard Games launches an exciting, new urban game for adults, based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Gothic masterpiece, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Exploring schisms of identity, the unreliability of memory, moral conflict, terrible ambition, and unbridled hedonism, Jekyll / Hyde confronts players, asking what they would do if they could get away with murder.
Players are plunged into a thrilling world of investigation and moral ambiguity as their twisted deeds from the night before are revealed. Taking on the role of Dr Jekyll, they must retrace their steps to uncover their hidden past and make decisions about their future, all while under increasing time pressure.
Until March 22
The Vaults, Leake Street, London SE1 7NN

Tribute to Chet Baker featuring Graeme Flowers
A high quality acoustic Jazz Trio Concert featuring Graeme Flowers on trumpet with Terence Collie on piano and Richard Sadler on bass. This stylish, friendly and intimate venue boasts a beautiful Steinway grand piano and is a short walk from Waterloo Station.
1901 Arts Club is a beautiful and unique venue in the heart of Waterloo which was converted from and old schoolmaster’s house. Doors/bar 7.30pm, Music 8pm
March 26
1901 Arts Club, 7 Exton Street, Waterloo

Bronze, Steel, Stone and Bone
Everard Read London presents the fourth of its ‘bronze steel and stone’ exhibitions – a survey of contemporary sculpture from South Africa, shown alongside work by artists from Britain and Europe.
From the very small to the monumental, the works are crafted in seductively smooth or textured bronze, polished granite or burnished steel. Entry is free.
Until March 28
80 Fulham Road

Pop artist Russell Young returns to London to unveil his ode to icons of the 20th century’s golden era with new exhibition FAME at Halcyon Gallery, opening this spring. FAME investigates the immortal stardom of those who defined their generation and propelled every generation since into the cultural landscape we inhabit today.
FAME represents a pilgrimage to the beauty, creativity, glamour and possibility of a transformative golden era in 20th century culture.
Until April 30
Halcyon Gallery, 144-146 New Bond Street

Paolo Serra: Homage to Sassetta
A presentation of the Italian painter Paolo Serra. Serra continues his monochromatic techniques which explore chromatism and luminosity within a single shade. His paintings explore two dimensional textures, essentialism and surface tensions.
Until March 27
Ronchini Gallery, 22 Dering Street, Mayfair

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