Wade through the last dregs of Dry January with a little help from Real Kombucha’s Royal Flush, a suave new champagne alternative promising the same glorious bubbles and absolutely no ludicrous hangover. £6.50
Order a copy of Raven Leilani’s debut novel, Luster, pronto. Praised by Zadie Smith and Candice Carty-Williams, this tale of a young New Yorker spiralling out of control is darkly funny, relatable and thought-provoking. £14.99
Take a look at photographer Rankin’s powerful digital exhibition, Leave Home, Save Lives, in collaboration with charity Breaking Barriers, which honours the refugee frontline workers who are battling to keep us safe during the pandemic. From 26 Jan
Missing office drama? Treat yourself to a sofa screening of The Exception, a terribly creepy Danish psychological thriller about the dangers of palpable workplace tension.
Available on Apple TV, Sky Store and Amazon
If, like us, you’re fascinated by the life of the trailblazing US Supreme Court justice, book a spot in the virtual audience of the King’s Place talk, Ruth Bader Ginsberg: Her Life And Her Legacy, hosted by Baroness Helena Kennedy, Nina Pillard, Philippe Sands and Matthew Stalden.
If you’re in the mood for a special supper, indulge in a decadent bavette bulgogi jeongol and banchan Korean meal box by Cordon Bleu and Michelin-trained chef, Sujin Mackellar, who’ll do all of the fiddly bits for you.
Plug in to Wondery’s
The Apology Line, a gripping new podcast detailing the life of
a New York man and
the hotline he devised
to accept confessions from those all over the city.
Available on Apple Podcasts