1. ART (£) Haim Steinbach, Serpentine Gallery: Once Again the World is Flat at the Serpentine Gallery March 5th to April 21st
2. THINGS TO DO (£): This Bewitching Poisoning: Alcohol & the Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place. Exhibit spans 300 years of drinking – the gin craze of the 1700s to minimum unite pricing debates today with paintings, etc. See how doctors, artists, and satirist alike respond to booze.
3. FOOD (££) Homeslice – Seven Dials, London. Carbs + cheese = yum
4. FOOD (££) – Granger & Co. A fabulously laid back place with a really cool crowd of people, both glamorous and the occasional celeb. Located in Notting Hill. Go for brunch.
5.WATCH (£) 1984, Almeida Theatre. Based on George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece.
6. LGBT NIGHT OUT (£)Ku Bar. Soho. Also does Ruby Tuesdays for the ladies. Fun, carefree, non-judgemental club.
7. NIGHT OUT (£). Open Mic Night at Filthy’s – Holloway Road. Filthy’s is hosting an Open Mic night each Tuesday until the end of March. Open to all genres
8. DAY OUT (£) Fashion Rules Exhibition – Kensington PalaceStunning royal fashion worn by HM The Queen, Princess Margaret, and Princess Diana.
9. FILM (££). Seen on Screen: Drunk in Love, Dominion Theatre @ Tottenham Court Road: The first in Seen On Screen’s new Super Class series, Drunk In Love, will teach dance enthusiasts, and wanna-Beyonce’s, Queen B’s hot and steamy Grammy performance routine. The two-hour workshop, open to all levels, will feature custom designed spot lighting, smoke and wind machines to maximise diva potential.