After the week we’ve had, you could be forgiven for wanting to stay at home and out of the way of the snow.
However, if you have a change of heart and decide to venture outside for a bit, we’ve picked out some of the best options at your disposal - for all budgets.
All of these are still slated to go ahead at the time of writing, but it could still be worth checking on the day if the snow continues.
The Big Festival in Greenwich Park
Planet Grow/Hackney WickED Spring Special
Woolwich Public Market
Dawn of the Superheroes
If you’ve been spurred to read more superhero stories off the back of Black Panther, and if you’re keen to venture beyond Marvel to take in some of DC Comics’ most memorable characters, this is the exhibit for you. Spanning decades of DC characters in film, the O2 exhibit takes you from Superman in the ‘70s right through to the 2017 iteration of Wonder Woman, with plenty in between.
https://www.theo2.co.uk/events/detail/dc-exhibition-dawn-of-super-heroes - £10-20, All weekend, Peninsula Square SE10
Hackney Record Fair
Mason & Company Bottle Club: Women in Beer
Studio Ghibli season at Picturehouse Cinemas
All Too Human
Ferrari: Under the Skin
Oscar season at the Barbican
Sunday is Oscar night, and the Barbican is letting you prepare for the awards ceremony in the best way possible – by showing all of the Best Picture nominees. Lady Bird, The Shape of Water, Get Out, Phantom Thread and more are available to watch at least once over the course of the weekend or next week, so you can catch up with any you missed the first time around.
https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2018/series/oscarr-week-2018 - £12, All weekend, Silk Street EC2Y
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(Images: Rex/Studio Ghibli/My Neighbour Totoro/Pixabay)