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Today in London: Saturday 28 Sept 2013

By | Published on Sunday 22 September 2013


Saturdays in the city are always culturally fulfilling, but this one particularly so. Take a look at the day’s ‘what’s on’ highlights…


Adrián Villar Rojas: Today We Reboot The Planet, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, 28 Sep – 10 Nov
The brand new, free-entry Serpentine Sackler Gallery, designed by visionary firm Zaha Hadid Architects, unveils its inaugural installation, an array of dramatic, large-scale sculptures by young Argentine artist Adrián Villar Rojas. Details here.


FutureFest, Shoreditch Town Hall, 28-29 Sep
Multi-talented creative Pat Kane’s weekend science fest features interactive shows, displays, and talks based on the event’s central themes; namely Well Becoming, In The Imaginarium, We Are All Gardeners and The Value Of Everything. Guest speakers include cerebral catwalk queen Lily Cole, political boffin David Runciman, economics expert on ‘Newsnight’ Paul Mason and SF writer Nick Harkaway. Details and tickets here.


Dummy AGM feat Darkstar/Amateur Best/Tirzah & Micachu/oOoOO, London Fields Brewery, 28-29 Sep
Art/style mag Dummy chairs the agenda at its first ever AGM (which, in reality, is less a meeting than a party night). Lead by digi-dance trio Darkstar, this beat-heavy mind meld also features 1990s-style grime-pop by Tirzah and Micachu, sticky synth rhythms by Amateur Best, and chillwave vibes via oOoOO. Details and tickets here.

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