A MOUSE IN THE HOUSE

Now Gallery is transforming into an immersive sculptural reading room for its latest exhibition The Mouse and His Child. Inspired by the home featured in Russell Hoban’s children’s novel and the exhibition’s namesake, The Mouse and His Child, the installation explores the human experience of fiction with a collection of children’s storybooks written by authors more commonly known for their adult fiction with the aim to unravel the perception of narratives and storytelling through the lens of the reader.
February 22-April 28. Now Gallery, The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, SE10 0SQ. Phone: 020 3770 2257.
Admission: free.
nowgallery.co.uk

ARABIAN NIGHTS IN ELTHAM

It’s a whole new world of pantomime with Aladdin at Bob Hope Theatre. Get on your magic carpet and get to SE9 for a
fun-filled production for the whole family.
January 4-February 2.
Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, SE9 5TG.
Admission: £9 to £12

BOROUGH MARKETS

Plumstead Community market returns with over 20 local makers and traders selling crafts, art, food, hot and cold refreshments and even back massages. This month see a special enhanced Antiques and Retro section. Now in its seventh year, the Community Market has inspired others to start their own markets in surrounding areas of the borough.

January 12 from 11am-3pm. St Mark’s Church Hall, Old Mill Road.
Admission: free.

FRESH START TO 2019

Get the New Year off to a good start by learning to prepare quick, affordable, healthy and delicious meals at a free five-week community cookery club. Small changes to the way meals are prepared can make a big difference to your health and wellbeing. Everyone is welcome and all participants get a free cookery book on completion of the course. You can also learn how to grow food and vegetables.

GCDA, Greenwich Centre Business Park,
53 Norman Road,
SE10 9QF

 

A TASTE FOR THE STAGE

The Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School is holding a taster day at its Greenwich campus where children can try out a variety of classes with no obligation to join the school. Set up in 2001, the independent, award-winning stage school teaches drama, singing and dance, all taught by leading industry professionals.
January 12-26 from 10am-1pm. Admission: free. James Wolfe School, Randall Place Campus, SE10 9LA.
www.annafiorentini.com