Don't miss out on these attractions this festive season...
Eduardo Paolozzi at Whitechapel Gallery, running until 14th May
Labelled the godfather of Pop Art’, Paolozzi’s collages, sculptures and prints challenged artist preconceptions from the 1950s to the 1990s, spanning over five decades. His bold textures and fashion designs were innovative and pushed boundaries. If you love modern art make sure you catch this exhibition.
Chilterns Festival of Food & Drink, running from 25th March - 2nd April
Chiltern Hills is packed full of historic market towns and hidden villages and this month you can find a food festival made up of 25 events, including wine tastings and chocolate-making workshops. Food lovers rejoice. If you love local produce and a quaint countryside setting, this event is not to be missed.
People Power: Fighting for Peace at Imperial War Museum, running from 23rd March until 28th August
The moving exhibition looks at how peace has influenced war from 1914 onwards. The exhibition has over 300 objects including music, literature, placards, paintings, badges all which explore the scope of anti-war protest movements and capture the mood of each era.
From Selfie To Self Expression at The Saatchi Gallery, running from 31st March to 30th May
This fascinating exhibition will showcase a selection of popular pieces as well as modern selfies that have become well-known in this digital era, including those from former president Barack Obama and actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
VegfestUK, running in Brighton from March 11-12th
If you love all things vegetarian, VegfestUK has over 20 global caterers and will tempt you with vegan-friendly pizzas, sushi, hot dogs as well as lots of other incredibly fresh food.
The American Dream: Pop To The Present at The British Museum, running from 9th March until 18th June
The interesting exhibition travels back to 1960s American and explores the important events in US history that have made it the superpower that it is today, including: JFK?s assassination, Apollo 11, Vietnam and the civil rights movements. If you?re obsessed with all things US, this thought-provoking exhibition is one not to be missed.