5 things to book this weekend, 29th – 31st March

5 things to book this weekend, 29th – 31st March

Easter music at Royal Albert Hall, an art exhibition in Clapham and wildlife in Morden: discover 5 wonderful things you can get up to this weekend.


Faith Healer

Lyric Hammersmith

Brian Friel’s play has captivated audiences since it first opened on Broadway in 1979, and tells the story of The Fantastic Frank Hardy, who promises miracle cures for the sick and the suffering.


The Petersham Hotel


You can come to the Petersham Hotel in the daytime and gaze out at the incredible view over Petersham Meadows and down to the Thames but equally we enjoy the night-time vibe which manages to be both casual and refined. It is also an excellent spot for afternoon tea.


Messiah on Good Friday

Royal Albert Hall, 29 March

Join the Royal Choral Society and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for one of London’s great Easter traditions – Handel’s Messiah on Good Friday afternoon at the Royal Albert Hall.

Art & Culture

Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley: The Rebirthing Room

Studio Voltaire, Clapham

Marking the end of Braithwaite-Shirley’s year-long residency at Studio Voltaire,‘The Rebirthing Room’ demonstrates her ongoing research into the history of gaming, its role as an art form, path finder and educational tool, with an innovative use of VR technology as a site for debate and critical discussion around the black trans experience.


Exhibition: The History and Wildlife of Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park

In this new exhibition, discover the story of Morden Hall Park and find out how snuff was once made in the mills. See archive footage of the film stars and their fans that once filled the park on special events in the 1940-50s. Get some tips on when and where to spot the park’s amazing wildlife and find out how people care for this special green space today.