We can’t go out. But we can live stream. Broadcast. And tune in.
11th February: Book club with Margaret Atwood to discuss her first novel in the Maddaddam Trilogy, Oryx and Crake (2003). An opportunity to discuss man’s impact on the natural world with Atwood. (£9.99)
11th February: A Winter Lecture: Colour in Science and Art. An exploration of how scholars, artists and scientists think about colour, and the surge in scientific and philosophical thinking around art and interiors in the eighteenth century. (Free)
Until the 15th February: A night in with Ethan Hawke, who shares his latest novel, A Bright Ray of Darkness. Hawke shares his insights on performing Shakespeare, and the experience in his work as both an actor and director. (£7.50).
Weekly across February: The Laverne Cox Show. Intimate conversations about identity, race, creativity and literature. (Free)
Until the 14th February: Marguerite and Armand by the Royal Opera House. (£3.00)
Opening 12th February: A virtual exhibition at the design museum. Meet Ai-Da, a humanoid robot, whose self-portraits use artificial intelligence to provoke discussion about artistic value and human identity. (Free)
17th February – 24th February: Medical Culture Festival by Team London Bridge. From caring for your mental health, to botanical beverages, street photography and workout routines – join this festival for some wholesome activities from the comfort of your home. (Free)
24th February: London Student Sustainability Conference 2021. Students present research and projects through presentations, posters and performances to create a positive and sustainable impact. (Free)
Until the 26th February: Sadler Well’s & BBC Arts present Dancing Nation. A three-part program to celebrate breakthrough talents in ballet, hip-hop and contemporary dance styles. (Free)
Every Sunday till the end of February: Wagamama’s Student Sundays from 12PM. Live DJ sets, giveaways and merch all on Wagamama’s Instagram every week. (Free)