THE BIG 50TH

Time Out 50 @ Granary Square, London – 29th September

Time Out’s turned 50 this year and of course, they’re celebrating in style with a night to remember. They’ve got it all: DJs, street food, comedy, cocktails, cabaret, doughnuts, and more. This is a ticketed event and it’s Time Out, so you know it’s going to be good.

FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD

The Wizard Of Oz @ Brighton Open air cinema, Brighton – 29th September

A classic that everyone has to see: The Wizard Of Oz. Take a journey to the emerald city a.k.a. Brighton Open Air Theatre this weekend for a night of sing-alongs and popcorn under the stars. Tickets cost £10 online or £15 on the door, plus there’s a prize for the best costume – get those ruby slippers on…

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

OP Art Party @ Tate Liverpool, Liverpool – 28th September


Take your next museum day to the next level with OP Art Party. This weekend Tate Liverpool is holding a FREE event where you can see their new display of psychedelic artworks as well as jamming to established DJs. From talks to workshops, it’s where intellectual art-chat meets a chilled night out – the best of both worlds. 

IT’S AN EXPERIENCE

The Loft @ Food and Drink Festival, Manchester – 27th September – 8th October

Manchester Food and Drink Festival spans 10 days of foodie-loving fun starting from this weekend and The Loft by Pernod Ricard, are sponsors launching a number of sensory events during the festival. From an Espresso Martini Masterclass to a Wine Blending experience, these classes will give you some extra knowledge on your favourite tipples.

IT’S A LOCK-IN

Our university tour is back holding lock-ins in some of our favourite Jack Wills stores around the UK. Get 30% off and for one night only, plus music, competitions and more. Find your nearest one here.

A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW

Space Shifters @ Hayward Gallery, London – 26th September – 6th January 2019

Marking a wonderful conclusion to the  Hayward Gallery’s 50th anniversary, Space Shifters opened this month focusing on reorienting viewers’ perception of their surroundings. Using materials with reflective surfaces, Perspex that allowed you to view further than expected and puzzling structures, this exhibition encourages us to see our environments in new, unexpected ways.

Some of our favourites were Richard Wilson’s 20:50 (1987) – a room half-filled with engine oil, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s ⊂⊃ (2018) – chain-link curtains which echoed the gallery’s concrete staircase, and Roni Horn’s Untitled (“Everything was sleeping as if the universe were a mistake”) (2012-13) – a glass sculpture which looks like water and where we don’t know how to identify boundaries.

Installation view of Alicja Kwade WeltenLinie, (2017) - Richard Wilson 20:50 - (1987) - Yayoi Kusama Narcissus Garden, 1966– at Space Shifters © copyright the artist, courtesy Hayward Gallery 2018. Photo: Mark Blower.