MUST DO: Alfresco supper club, free art & sourdough cakes

Wrap up warm for the first outdoors evening meal of 2018. Plus Fortitude Bakery opens in Bloomsbury

KING’S CROSS: Skip Garden Supper Club

There’s nothing like an alfresco evening meal to kid you into thinking the season’s changing. And later this month, the tucked-away Skip Kitchen off Lewis Cubitt Park is doing just that: busy with the first crops of spring, its chefs will be transforming site-grown veg and herbs into colourful, flavour-packed dishes. Start with a cocktail in the yurt, then pick a spot in the garden dining room to scoff a four-course feast. You can also choose to have each dish paired with wine. Let’s hope it’s a mild spell. 4 courses £35 (tickets at, 22nd March, 6.30pm, Skip Garden, 1 Tapper Walk N1C

EUSTON: Feel a bit…Wellcome

The underrated vast Collection’s new show, called Somewhere In Between, shows immersive work from four artists who’ve all collaborated with scientists: Italian filmmaker Martina Amati, Daria Martin, who works in 16mm film, visual artist Maria McKinney and award-winning maximalist John Walter. The senses, sexual health and limitations of our bodies are explored, revealing the hidden connections between us. Free. Until 27th Aug, more info here. Wellcome Collection, Euston Rd NW1

Somewhere in Between. Image: Wellcome Collection

BLOOMSBURY: Fortitude Bakehouse

Another Bloomsbury arrival – heck, you could probably swing by for an espresso after the gallery – is Fortitude Bakery, specialising in slow-ferment sweet and savoury craft baking. The first in London to offer a range of sourdough cakes alongside gluten free and vegan bakes, there’s also single farm coffee from Hasbean. We expect big things: after all, it’s the brainchild of Jorge Fernandez, founder of Fernandez and Wells. More info here. Fortitude, 35 Colonnade WC1N

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