Head to Greenwich to see the first stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray since John Osborne’s TV dramatisation in 1976.
Director Peter Craze said: “It’s very authentic and what’s interesting for me is not only the repression of the Victorian era, which includes Oscar Wilde being jailed for homosexual activities – what they called ‘gross indecency’ – but the fact that it was published as early as 1890 in Lippincott’s Magazine in New York."
The Picture of Dorian Gray, May 29 to May 31, Greenwich Theatre, Shooters Hill, £18.50
Rediscover the magic of being read a comforting bedtime story at this immersive experience, presented by circus company Upswing.
Bedtime Stories, May 28 to May 30, Stratford Circus, Stratford, from £8.
Swish around the malls and take advantage of all the discounts on offer this weekend in Canary Wharf’s Summer Fashion Weekend.
There will also be music, entertainment and beauty demonstrations - as well as fashion shows throughout the day.
Summer Fashion Weekend, May 29 to May 30, across Canary Wharf, free