Roll up your sleeves and get stuck in to this year’s London Craft Week, where you can learn to monogram with Sophie Conran, breakfast with Kit Kemp and potter about with Freya Bramble-Carter. Various locations. 4-10 October (londoncraftweek.com)
Soak up SOME RAY
For a fresh batch of uplifting, empowering and soothing R&B, download Ray BLK’s latest album, Access Denied, featuring appearances from rap royalty Giggs and Stefflon Don. Available on all major streaming platforms 1 Oct
Why not take a trot east for a glass or three of low-intervention wine at Planque, a very swish new bar, restaurant and member’s club under the arches in Haggerston. Arches 322-324 Acton Mews, E8 (planque.co.uk)
Add to your art vocabulary with a visit to Lamb gallery’s latest exhibition, Sorry It’s A Mess,
I Just Moved In, spotlighting works by up-and-coming sculpture artists such as Isa Genzken and Clara Hastrup. Free. Until 13 Nov. 32 St George Street, W1
Let there be light BITES
Feeling the effects of a night on the tiles? Show your body some love at the bright, new, beautifully designed superstar salad bar, Atis.
1-2 Eccleston Yards, SW1 (atisfood.com)
A DRUM, A DRUM...
Scramble for tickets to Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth at the Almeida Theatre, starring James McArdle and Saoirse Ronan, who is making her UK stage debut. Tickets from £10. 1 Oct to 20 Nov (almeida.co.uk)