Emotional Supply Chains

A group of 17 artists from around the world have come together to create an exhibition seeking to address “the construction of identity in the digital age”. The exhibition is structured into three parts, each exploring aspects of contemporary identity: the dualities of self, the performed and networked self, and origins and renewal. Works include Ed Fornieles’ Dorm Daze, a project in which 32 people enacted a Facebook sitcom over a three month period.

Zabludowicz Collection, 176 Prince of Wales Road, Chalk Farm, Thursdays to Sundays until July 17, noon to 6pm. Details: 020 7428 8940


Celebrate this Sikh festival with an afternoon of indoor and outdoor activities at City Hall. Enjoy and learn about Sikh tradition, heritage and culture. The event programme will include shabad kirtan, spiritual music, langar, food, turban tying, folk dance, martial arts, children’s activities and more. Last year’s event was so popular that many were unable to attend, therefore this year the programme has been spread across locations around City Hall.

City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London, Saturday, April 9, 1pm to 6pm. 

Through a Queer Lens

Celebrating the diversity of Jewish and LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer) people living in the UK, this exhibit is the first comprehensive series of photographic portraits of Jewish LGBTQ people. The twenty portraits, by fine art photographer Ajamu, feature well-known faces including Yotam Ottolenghi and Rabbi Lionel Blue as well as leading artists, activists and entrepreneurs.

Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden, until Sunday, April 17. Details: 020 7284 7384

Cara Dillon

Raised in the small village of Dungiven, Northern Ireland, Cara first found success with folk supergroup Equation in the late nineties. She has since had a successful solo career, performing with major orchestras and even forming her own Orchestra of Ireland to headline festivals. Her music, which ranges from ancient Celtic ballads to her own songs about leaving home, faith, lust and unrequited love, transcends genres and crosses the barriers of what traditional folk music.

artsdepot, 5 Nether Street, Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley, Saturday, April 9, 7.30pm. Details: 020 8369 5454

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

A family go on an adventure that we all know, but your little ones might not. They will run down grassy banks, wade through cold rivers, squelch over oozy mud, stumble into dark forests and peer into caves, but what things will they find along the way?

Little Angel Theatre brings Michael Rosen’s thrilling and funny adventure to life with captivating puppetry production directed by Peter Glanville and with music and lyrics by renowned singer-songwriter Barb Jungr.

Little Angel Theatre, 14 Dagmar Passage, Islington, Saturday, April 14 until Sunday, June 26. Details: 020 7226 1787