Hopefully everyone’s enjoying the long weekend, no doubt some of you might be heading to Notting Hill for some carnival action today; maybe head down to Westbourne Studios for Supa Dupa Fly Carnival Special. Also this week, the Somerset House Rolling Stones programme is back by popular demand until Sunday.
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Supa Dupa Fly West Carnival Party @ Westbourne Studios
Carnival special featuring the likes of CJ Beatz, Emily Rawon, Cronkial and more at Westbourne Studios
Spirit Of Soul | Open Mic @ Troy Bar
Fancy some souful sounds and jazzy beats, head down to Troy Bar just off Hoxton for open Mic night. They also serve jerk chicken…
SLEIGHT @ Lewisham Art House
Until 19h September 2012
Sleight, an immersive installation by artist Candida Powell-Williams, invites viewers to reassess their understandings of the most essential tool of human communication: the hand gesture.
Designed To Win @ Design Museum
Until 18th November
Designed to Win celebrates the ways in which design and sport are combined, pushing the limits of human endeavour to achieve records and victories of increasing significance and wonder. From the design of F1 cars to running shoes, bats, balls and bicycles, the quest for enhanced performance and function is endless.
Scratch The B-Side @ Notting Hill Arts Club
Scratch the B-Side is a cool-as-candy cutting-edge new skool muzic night with a soul sonic injection and hip hop attitude. An alternative Scratch night presenting the extensive tastes of the Scratch The B-Side crew, all set to break fresh acts on the B-Side.
Another London @ Tate Britain
Until 16th September 2012
Whilst the eyes of the world are on London this summer, Tate Britain explores the capital city through the eyes of some of the biggest names in international photography. In the years between 1930 and 1980, some of the best-known photographers from around the world came to London to make work about the city and its communities. Bringing together 180 classic twentieth-century photographs,Another London highlights the vibrancy of the city as a dynamic metropolis, richly diverse and full of contrast.
The Rolling Stones: 50 @ Somerset House
Until 2 September 2012 (extended by popular demand)
With privileged access to a wealth of unseen and rare material, this one-off exhibition includes over seventy prints ranging from reportage photography, live concert and studio session images and outtakes from every period of the band’s history – from performing in the smallest blues clubs to the biggest stadium tours of all time.