al­most cer­tainly not what you came for..

The things you don’t need but may be fun

The Wharf - - Canary Wharf -

Tread the boards

SpaceWorks (the par­tic­i­pa­tory arm of The Space arts cen­tre on the Isle Of Dogs) is look­ing for per­form­ers and be­hind the scenes par­tic­i­pants to get in­volved with The Life And Times Of Old Flo, a play com­mis­sioned by Ca­nary Wharf Group. Call 020 7515 7799. Re­hearsals on Mon­day evenings Jun 11-Aug 27

Tiger Tat

Who doesn’t love a puff pas­try stick? Bet­ter still, these come laced with chilli as well as com­plete with their own sassy per­son­al­i­ties. In­ges­tion may con­fer sim­i­lar traits, £2 Tiger, Cross­rail Place

Ter­race times

We’re not wor­ried about a thing – three lit­tle birds pitched by our doorstep this morn­ing and told us Bois­dale has of­fi­cially launched its sum­mer ter­race with a Ja­maican theme. Ex­pect jerk bar­be­cue, Saxon Sound Sys­tem on Satur­days and ev­ery lit­tle thing to be all right. Happy hour 5pm-7pm on Satur­days, Bois­dale Of Ca­nary Wharf, Cabot Square Stop, put down your phone. Take a 10-minute screen break with The Wharf. If you’re not com­pletely sat­is­fied we promise to try even harder next week

Tim Black­wall’s play tells the story of Henry Moore’s Draped Seated Woman and will be per­formed at Cross­rail Place Roof Garden Aug 30- Sept 2

Make a hasty, pas­try pur­chase

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