THE CITY GARDEN: Last chance to see Rebecca Louise Law's site-specific installation The City Garden at The City Centre near Bank. It features natural materials inspired by gardens within the city. Free, just turn up, until 25 September
ELEPHANT EXHIBITION: Award-winning wildlife photographers have captured the lives of elephants from birth to death at Remembering Elephants exhibition in Pall Mall. Free, just turn up, until 1 October
NEON DAVID BOWIE: British artist Louis Sidoli's new exhibition at Halcyon Gallery features neon art showing David Bowie's greatest moments. Free, just turn up, 23-25 September
Shakespeare's Globe is jammed with Bard-based events this weekend to celebrate Shakespeare 400 — 400 years since the death of Britain's greatest playwright. Join The Complete Walk, 37 specially-made short films being screened along the Thames, between Westminster and Tower Bridges. There are loads more events going on too. Free, just turn up,
Launching on Friday 22nd April and running until the beginning of May, the non-profit community group Free Film Festivals, are putting on a wide range of flicks across 22 South-East London venues. This year, in order to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, their also running the bard-inspired ‘From Stratford to Deptford’ set of screenings, which include Baz Luhrmann’s Rome and Juliet, a contemporary NYC adaptation of Hamlet and Marlon Brando’s ‘Julius Caesar’. For those who are less Dardanius and more Disney, then Hanuka Matata – The Lion King is also showing. For the full line up, see here.