WATCH | Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
We’d be remiss not to include the latest mind-bending, multiverse-traversing addition to the MCU. Doctor Strange returns to deal with the fallout of opening a portal to the multiverse in this character heavy, cameo-rich sequel.
In cinemas now!
LISTEN | Silverstein – Misery Made Me
Formed over 20 years ago, post-hardcore giants Silverstein have released a total of 9 studio albums, 7 EPs and a compilation album. And, in my humble opinion, few bands have stayed as consistently good whilst both simultaneously honouring their ‘sound’ and evolving it with the times as they have.
Misery Made Me is Silverstein’s 10th studio album with singles previously released including Bankrupt, Ultraviolet and Live Like This.
For fans of hardcore, metalcore, screamo.
ATTEND | One Night Records
Lose yourself in live music under the arches of London Bridge. Billed as part gig, part festival, this immersive venue features 5 themed stages of live music spanning the decades – from a 1940’s speakeasy to the neon-drenched Rock n’ Roll of the 50’s and from bluegrass to big brass with a splash of jazz for good measure.
With an in-house kitchen serving up cajun cuisine like jambalaya, cornbread, ribs and wings, and themed bars with draft beers, wine and tasty cocktails – be sure to make a pitstop on your way through the maze of tunnels to fuel up.
Tickets start at £20 for the whole night with doors at 7pm, or bag yourself a sunset ticket for just £9 for entry after 9.30pm til close (11.30pm)
ATTEND | Small is Beautiful Exhibition
Immerse yourself in a world of miniature art! An exhibition featuring the work of 34 local and international miniature artists, presenting 143 different artworks, 80 photographic pieces and a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of some of these wonderful works.
There’s also a children’s workshop where they can colour, draw and glue their own artworks.
The South Kensington exhibition is open from 10am-9pm at weekends. Tickets are £16 for standard admission.
Watch | Slow Horses on AppleTV
Slow Horses is an adaptation of author Mick Heron’s Slough House series of spy novels. It follows a team of M15 intelligence agents who share a common bond – they’ve all messed up their careers and have been sent to Slough House, the dumping ground department of MI5, to carry out paper-pushing tasks as a result.
With a second series already filmed, and the rumour-mill spinning that it could potentially be Gary Oldman’s last role before retirement – it’s absolutely worth a watch.
All 6 episodes now streaming on Apple TV