FREE FILMS IN PECKHAM
Peckham Levels is launching a free family-friendly Film Club every weekend. People of all ages can head up to the Levels’ Auditorium from 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays and take in a screening of a nostalgic film. The first for February 2-3 features a Robin Williams double with Hook and Jumanji. F1-F6 Peckham Town Centre Carpark, 95A Rye Lane, SE15 4ST. www.peckhamlevels.org

TUNNEL VISION

London’s biggest entertainment festival returns to the Vaults of Waterloo with over 400 shows and 2000 artists. The underground event runs for eight weeks with a smorgasbord of theatre, comedy, immersive experiences, cabaret, live performances and late night parties. January 23-March 17. vaultfestival.com

KEEPING IT REEL
Sink your teeth into a free festival of film, Virtual Reality, animation, games and sound in Elephant and Castle. As part of Reel Lives, London College of Communication is holding screenings of feature length films and documentaries, performances from leading sound artists, game jams, and discussions from black filmmakers. January 21-February 13. SE1 6SB.

VEGAN MEET UP
Vegan Clapham pop-up The Meet is opening a permanent restaurant in February. Following a hugely successful three-month residency, founders Ashley Letchford and Chef Dominic Taylor are continuing to bring their unique take on plant-based comfort food and playful vegan cocktails to SW4. Now open daily, The Meet serves a selection of small sharing plates, burgers, late night bites and bottomless vegan brunch and Sunday roasts on the weekend. www.the-meet.co.uk

DRESSED TO IMPRESS
Rising British singer-songwriter Maisie Peters is playing at London Bridge’s Omeara as part of her debut headline UK tour. The tour kicks off on March 4 in Maisie’s hometown of Brighton, hot on the heels of the release of Maisie’s debut EP ‘Dressed Too Nice For A Jacket’, out now on Atlantic Records UK. Maisie performs at Omeara on Wednesday 6 March. Tickets are on sale now: www.maisiepeters.co.uk/live

ICELAND ON SHOW

The beauty of Iceland is captured in a new exhibition in Dulwich. Watercolour Rivers looks at the island from a birds’-eye perspective with images by Polish photographer Maciek Malinowski and ceramics by Nunhead-local Joanna Szwej-Hawkin. The photos follow the crystalline water flowing from the largest glacier in Europe, which turn into rivers to reach the ocean and, during the journey, encounter thermal springs rich in various minerals, changing tone to create amazing palettes of colour. 31 January-12 February at Jeannie Avent Gallery, 14 North Cross Road, Dulwich,
SE22 9EU.