Best things to do in London February 2020 by Evolve Events

Orchids at Kew

Kew Orchid Festival 2020. Indonesia, Kew Gardens

Kew’s 25th annual orchid festival will celebrate the incredible wildlife and vibrant culture of Indonesia.  An immersive paradise where beautiful orchid displays will represent various aspects of Indonesian wildlife and culture, from bright orange orangutans to an erupting volcano.

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Slices of Time

Slices of Time at NOW Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula

Emmanuelle Moureaux presents a large-scale installation at Now gallery. Inspired by the gallery’s location on the Greenwich Peninsula, near to Prime Meridian, Moureaux has composed of layers of numbers in 100 shades of colours and white to express the flow of time.

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Alice Underground

Alice’s Adventures Under Ground at Royal Opera House

The surreal world of Lewis Carroll’s Alice – both in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass – is given an extra twist at the Royal Opera House.This short, sharp shot of mayhem has more than a touch of the Victorian toy theatre where you’ll meet a kaleidoscope of colourful characters.

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Meet Van Gogh

Meet Vincent Van Gogh Experience South Bank

Meet Van Gogh Experience is an interactive and multisensory experience that allows you to follow in the footsteps of the world’s most iconic artists. Upon entering the experience breathtaking projections, interactive installations &  state-of-the-art set-work  take you through Vincent’s life.

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CROOKS 1926 at King William IV Elephant and Castle

Plunge deep into the cockney criminal underworld of Elephant and Castle as you are immersed in one family’s brutal battle for supremacy. COLAB Theatre’s most ambitious immersive production yet grants you complete autonomy to shape the experience.

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Nell Gifford

Into a Land of Pure Magic: Paintings of Circus Life by Nell Gifford at Olympia Auctions

In tribute to the late Nell Gifford (1973-2019), Into a Land of Pure Magic is the perfect embodiment of that most showbiz of phrases, ‘the show must go on’. Watercolours of circus scenes immersing the viewer into her most loved arena – the circus ring. On exhibition at Olympia Auctions.

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Battersea Lights Up

Battersea Power Station Light Festival

Battersea Power Station is brightening up the dark winter evenings with four spectacular light installations never seen before in the UK. Check out Talking Heads by Viktor Vicsek; two heads, each composed of 4000 customisable LED lights, react to one another by creating a myriad of facial expressions.

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Mean Girls

Mean Girls Themed Afternoon Tea

That’s So Fetch the Mean Girls-themed afternoon tea at London new hotspot DUO in Camden. Features all sorts of fun inspired by everyone’s favourite plastics. The afternoon tea consists of a birdcage of instagrammable desserts with your favourite mean girls quotes and a selection of tasty sandwiches.

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Filthy Lucre

Filthy Lucre Whistler’s Peacock Room Reimagined at the V&A

Filthy Lucre, an installation by American artist Darren Waterston, opens in the Porter Room at the V&A. The installation is an immersive interpretation of James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s famed Peacock Room, a sumptuous 19th-century dining room, but now transformed into a magnificent ruin.

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