The bank holiday weekend is fast approaching and there’s plenty to do across the ELL boroughs. From Disco in Deptford to Comedy in Croydon we’ve got you covered. Here is our pick of the line.
Get Down in Deptford
It's Sunday Night Fever as Little Nan's Bar present a charity disco fundraiser in neighbouring venue, The Bunker Club on the 25th of May.
Expect to hear dancefloor classics from the likes of Donna Summer, Chaka Khan and Kool and the Gang.
£5 is the suggested donation and all proceeds go to Skeletal Cancer Action Trust and MacMillan Cancer Support
The London Theatre New Cross hosts this production of Euripides' Greek Tragedy.
Directed by Mara Pelto the play runs until the 25th May with a Matinee performance on Sunday.
Tickets £12.50 available here.
The veteran New York post-modernist returns after a number of years under the radar, to exhibit his latest work in Maureen Paley Gallery, Bethnal Green.
The free exhibition runs until 1st June.
Hand Me Over Hand Me Downs
Annabel Stockman's new exhibition in the V & A Museum of Childhood begins on Saturday 24th March.
The display examines the UK's adoption policy through a series of images of the clothes, keepsakes, and lucky charms which Chinese children brought with them when they left their native country.
The images are exhibited alongside items and stories from adoptive parents, aiming to capture the moment a child joins their new family and all the emotions which accompany it.
The World is With Us
The Palestine Film Foundation continue their series 'The World is With Us - global film and poster art from the Palestinian Revolution, 1968-1980' in Rich Mix on Monday 26th May.
In this week's edition, there will be two sessions. The first will feature a talk from Mona Saudi, head of the PLO's Plastic Art Section in the 1970s, who curated some of the first international exhibitions of visual art from the revolution.
The second will focus on screenings of Our Small Houses by Kasseem Hawal (1974), and Palestine Another Vietnam by Jorge Denti and Jorge Giannoni (1971), with talks from the directors afterwards.
Tickets £10/£8 available here.
Hear No Evil
London Fields Brewery hosts this festival of music and comedy at their arches.
We can't promise you'll hear no evil from the acts but you can attend with a clear conscience in the knowledge that it's all in aid of the very worthy cause of Macmillan Cancer Support. Saturday 24th May. Tickets £17 available on the door.
Grumpy Old Women - Fifty Shades of Beige
Perrier award winning comedian, writer and original star of Grumpy Old Women Jenny Éclair is bringing the 'Grumpy Old' brand back to life.
She'll be joined on stage by Susie Blake of Mrs Browns Boys and the singer Kate Robbins to grumble about life!
You can see 'Grumpy Old Women - Fifty Shades of Beige' this Thursday at 8pm in Fairfield Halls.
The Wabbit King
A grumpy lion is controlling the animal kingdom but Rafe Rarebit and his fellow wabbits are on hand to sort things out.
This puppet show dealing with bullying is being performed as part of the Skewbald Childrens' Theatre Festival at the Dugdale Centre on Wednesday 28th March at 4pm.
Tickets £10/£8 suitable for ages 5-11.