ARTS & CULTURE Things to do this weekend 12/01 1 min ARTS & CULTURE Things to do this weekend 12/01 1 min What's on and where to go this weekend Added on 12.01.18 By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on 12.01.18 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn What's on and where to go this weekend By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on 12.01.18 BE SPELLBOUND Lumiere London is without a doubt the spectacle to see this January. Fresh from its UK tour, the festival will revamp London landmarks with dazzling light installations like the Joy Division-inspired Impulse (which is ssentially giant, fluorescent seesaws) and more. For more information, click here. KEEP MOVING Snub, Brighton's own "graphic revolution" and street-artist launched his residency at the BozBoz gallery last month. The interactive Keep Moving, Stop Thinking exhibition features responsive artwork from the artist himself, meaning those in attendance can have a hand in influencing what appears in the exhibition. For tickets and more information about the free exhibition (which runs until Sunday Jan 14) click here. SEE THE MAKING OF AN INCREDIBLE ALBUM Kelela's debut album Take Me Apart is pretty impressive on its own, but Under Cinema, the latest exhibition from artist and filmmaker Wu Tsang, puts the lauded record it in an entirely new light. Watch the artist's project take shape in Tsang's Under Cinema film at Liverpool's Foundation For Art and Creative Technology until February 18. For more information about the free event, click here. Gaze into galaxies Every Saturday, the Glasgow Science Centre hosts live tours of the cosmos as part of its Planetarium Lates event. The next one runs this weekend from 7pm-8pm, so if you're looking for a reason to get out of the house or entertain the kids, why not go down? Tickets start at £5.40. For more information, click here. EXPLORE QUEER LITERATURE The Senate House Library's Queer Between The Covers exhibition delves into literary representations of queerness like few others, with talks from poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, free lunchtime film screenings and in the near future, literary performances from LGBTQ+ literary movement, Polari Literary Salon. The exhibition runs until June 16 – with more events to be announced, but the film screenings and Carol Ann Duffy events are taking place on January 17 and January 18, respectively. For tickets and more information, click here. BE ENTERTAINED Georgian and Victorian Bath may not immediately spring to mind as a particualrly exciting period for underground entertainment in the southwest city, but the Entertainment In Bath exhibition at the Victoria Art Gallery proves otherwise. Featuring portraits, comics and gambling paraphernalia, the exhibition explores the depths of Bath's forgetten 18th Century entertainment landscape. For tickets to Entertainment In Bath, which opens this Saturday, click here. MEET THE AUTHOR It's not often you get to visit a boutique spinning studio, chop it up with a leading food author and get to take home their latest book, but Boom Cycle have managed to make it happen. This Saturday, Mind Body Bowl pen Annie Clarke will be appearing at the Battersea-based fitness studio as part of Boom Cycle's Meet The Author event. For tickets and more information, click here.