Culture Calendar #3: Six Picks You Shouldn't Miss

Let The Tung plan your week

w/c Monday 30th January

1. What: There Will Be Blood  

Where: Southbank Centre

When: Monday 30th January

The Southbank Centre presents a live orchestral performance by the London Contemporary Orchestra of Jonny Greenwood’s dramatic and experimental score to Paul Thomas Anderson's Oscar-winning film.


2. What: Sebastian Stöhrer

Where: Carl Freedman Gallery

When: Private View - Wednesday 1st Feb – 6pm to 10 pm

Carl Freedman Gallery presents their second solo exhibition on the works of ceramic sculpture artist Sebastian Stöhrer. Often surreal and humorous, Stöhrer’s sculptures manipulate the mind, exploring and questioning the relationship between form and substance.


3. What: A Paul Raymond Show

Where: Soho Revue

When: Private View - Wednesday 1st Feb – 6.30pm to 10.30 pm

Exploring the life, work and legacy of British publisher, club owner and property tycoon Paul Raymond, Soho Revue presents their newest and most exciting exhibition to date. The display will explore the ‘King of the Keyholes’ wilful and daring work, and investigate the nation’s acceptability of nudity, sex and its presence in the public sphere.


4. What: Tim Noble and Sue Webster: STICKS WITH DICKS AND SLITS

Where: Blain Southern

When: Private View – Thursday 2nd Feb – 6 pm to 10 pm

Blain Southern presents a new body of sculptural works from Tim Noble and Sue Webster, this is their third exhibition at the gallery. The giant self-portraits are rendered from twisted bronze exploring the requirements of permanency and playful physicality.


5. What: 2001 A Bass Odyssey Feat. Zed Bias & Wookie

Where: The Nest

When: Friday 3rd Feb

The Nest, known for its forward-thinking approach to dance music, is transforming the club into a galactic extravaganza. Music from Zed Bias and Wookie will guarantee night of cosmic bliss.


6. What: Fabric – Loco Dice headlines room one with a NonPlus+ room two takeover

Where: Fabric

When: Saturday 4th Feb

Loco Dice returns to Fabric, whilst Boddika brings his acclaimed techno/future hybrid NonPlus+ label to Fabric’s Room 2 with Neil Lanstrumm in support with his enigmatic live set.