5 things to do this weekend, 3rd-5th May

5 things to do this weekend, 3rd-5th May

Theatre in Hammersmith, a delish brunch offer in Wimbledon, Spanish music in Epsom, art at Kew and a fair at Wisley!

Pictured:  Spring Craft Fair at RHS Garden Wisley – (c) RHS / Georgi Mabee


Minority Report

Lyric Hammersmith, Until 18 May

In 2050, neuroscientist Dame Julia Anderton is about to launch the next phase of her pioneering Pre-Crime programme, detaining people for crimes before they are committed. But when Julia is accused of pre-murder, she’s in a race against time to save herself from her own system. This thrilling adaptation of Philip K Dick’s iconic story challenges our beliefs about justice and freewill in a real-time chase through London of the future.




This delicious East Asian restaurant offers up tasty Asian treats, from steamy bowls to sharing platters. They have a small plates menu with dishes ranging from crispy squid to roasted corn fritters, and a large plates menu of warming curries, noodles and stir fries. Plus, they are offering 2-4-1 brunch throughout May – on any brunch dishes ordered before midday!


Epsom Symphony Orchestra

Epsom Playhouse, 4 May

The Epsom Symphony Orchestra brings you a Spanish Fiesta of music with compositions that reflect the vibrancy of Spain.


Light Into Life

Kew Gardens

Opening on the 4th May, this exhibition by contemporary artist Marc Quinn explores the relationship between people and plants. Building on the artist’s longstanding interest in nature and the human experience, Light into Life will encompass monumental sculptures across the Gardens.

Outdoor fun

Spring Craft Fair

RHS Wisley Gardens, 2-6 May

Visitors will be able to view and purchase contemporary craft and art whilst enjoying the beautiful spring garden. The event will incorporate demonstrating artists, a food village and live music.