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Animal Inside Outnatural History Museum

Satisfyingly gory, but impressively educational, the latest offering from the team behind Gunther von Hagens’ Body Worlds gives animals the under-the-skin treatment.

One hundred specimens, including giraffes, octopuses, elephants and ostriches, allow you to explore the biology and physiology of some of the world’s most spectacular creatures. Exhibits are real carcasses, their fluids replaced with a hard polymer.

April 6-Sept 16. 10am-5.30pm
Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD
Tube | South Kensington

South West Four Festival

The giant electronic music festival is this year headlined by Chase & Status, Carl Cox, Skrillex and Public Enemy. It’s now a two-dayer and sound systems will be turned off at 10pm instead of 9pm. Recently awarded DJ Magazine’s ‘Best British Festival’ award, SW4 is promising a messy party, come rain or shine.

Aug 25-26. 12pm-10pm, £24
Tube | Clapham Common

Spitalfields International Food Festival

A showcase of the market’s diverse restaurants, bars and cafes. It’s all part of a wider series of events put on by Alternative Arts, also behind Spitalfield’s Alternative Fashion Week and puppet festival.

July 21-Sept 9. Times vary, free
Spitalfields, Brushfield St, E1 6AA
Tube | Liverpool St

POP! Fashion and Textile Museum

The Pop! Design, Culture And Fashion exhibition examines the impact of music, art and personality on fashion. Take a style journey from the poodle skirts and embellished leathers of the Fifties through to Seventies kitsch and the punk era. Highlights include items from Elton John’s wardrobe and originals from Vivienne Westwood’s and Malcolm McLaren’s Sex store.

July 6-Oct 27. Tues-Sat, 11am-6pm, £7
83 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3XF
Tube | London Bridge


Yoko Ono: To The Light

This is Ono’s first London exhibition for 10 years and will include installations, performances and film. Some pieces require undertaking physical or mental tasks. Trippy, man.

Until Sept 9. 10am-6pm. free
serpentine gallery Kensington Gardens, W2 3XA
Tube | Knightsbridge


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