SAMSONITE POP-UP AT HARRODS
Call yourself a travel buff? Like a good suitcase as you swish through the business lounge at Heathrow? Then pop along to Harrods where this massive luggage brand is celebrating its centenary with a showcase of the brand’s evolution, from rare vintage cases, collectors’ items from the 20s and 30s through to the futuristic, lightweight innovations of the moment. 1-31 May at Harrods’ luggage department, second floor. www.harrods.com
BIG CURRY LUNCH: TODAY
Mix with members of the Royal Household, City leaders, football icons and politicians while raising money for soldiers, ex-soldiers and their families in times of need, at the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch. There’s a buffet service and a buzzing bar area. All cash goes to the Current Operations Fund; set up to help those affected by the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Today, tickets £95 per person. www.bigcurry.org, tel: 020 7901 8914.
THE WAGES OF THIN AT THE OLD RED LION
Alfred Rimbaud Thin goes to relieve himself in a public convenience only to find himself a suspect in a murder enquiry. Over the course of a brutal interrogation, two bizarre policemen viciously accuse Thin of perversion, incest, and earning a wage that just doesn’t add up. Written in 1969, this play was Trevor Griffiths’ extraordinary debut about the fragility of personal privacy. This is is a superb chance to see it. Until 15 May; tickets £14 www.oldredlion theatre.co.uk or call 020 7837 781.