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National Theatre Live is screening the recorded performance of sell-out show Peter Pan


Raise a large glass of your favourite tipple to London Wine Week, which returns to the capital from tomorrow. There will be wines of every hue, plus tasting sessions, masterclasses and even an entire pop-up vineyard to marvel at.

The event, organised by DrinkUp.London runs until next Sunday. If you buy the £10 week-long pass, it offers wine tours and special deals at more than 100 bars. Book online and collect your pass at the Devonshire Square Nyetimber Hub. Go to for further details. 


Grab your pixie dust, think happy thoughts and fly away with Peter Pan from the comfort of your local cinema. National Theatre Live is screening the recorded performance of sell-out show Peter Pan at more than 700 cinemas on Saturday.

Adapted from JM Barrie’s classic novel, the magical make-believe adventure sees Peter, leader of the Lost Boys, team up with the headstrong Wendy to find his shadow. The pair fly to Neverland, but there’s danger ahead from Captain Hook. To find a screening near you, go to 


Teach the kids a thing or two about the countryside at this year’s Leaf (Linking Environment And Farming) Open Farm Sunday. This countrywide event sees farmers open their gates next Sunday to show us all the sights (and possibly smells) of farming.

There’s something for all ages on offer, including tractor-trailer rides, fruit-picking, sheepshearing and farm walks. Smaller children will love feeding the lambs, while adults can learn about the science, technology and sustainability of food production. To find a participating farm near you, visit 


To get your hands on some quirky curiosities, head for Vintage Vauxhall next Sunday. The new monthly vintage antiques market at The Workshop in Lambeth, London, is a treasure-hunter’s delight that offers everything from furniture to retro fashion and collectables to cameras. 

It is the sister market to the well-established Bath Vintage & Antiques Market, has a buzzing atmosphere, music and food, and opens from 10am to 4pm on the second Sunday of each month. For further details, go to 

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