Cast aside your inhibitions and release your inner artiste at the Mirabeau x Alexandria Coe drawing class in celebration of International Women’s Day, where all doodles mediocre and marvellous receive the
£35 including wine. 8 Mar
Couldn’t nab a table at Asma Khan’s Darjeeling Express pre-lockdown? Dry those tears, because the clever clogs at Big Night are now delivering the
Chef’s Table star’s famous biryani to homes across the capital.
From £42.50 for two
See Gilbert & George’s exhibition, New Normal Pictures, in digital form at the White Cube gallery, which displays 26 new works that depict the pair in disorientating landscapes across the capital.
Jazz up your lockdown life with a virtual entertainment extravaganza by the Good Time Gals, who’ll put on quizzes, game shows and scavenger hunts with all the glitz, glamour and laughs
one could ever need.
Check in to Psycle founder Rhian Stephenson’s blissful new virtual retreat, set to include everything from barre, yoga and cooking classes to breathing workshops and facial tutorials.
From £200. 10-14 Mar
If you loved Noémie’s neurotic, love-struck character in Call My Agent!, watch Laure Calamy in the hilarious My Donkey, My Lover & I, in which she plays a vexed paramour on a mission.
Available on Google, Amazon and Apple
For a trip back to the height of punk rock, watch the Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché documentary film about the late X-Ray Spex frontwoman, featuring appearances from Vivienne Westwood and Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore. Out now