Don’t miss these brilliant things to do in west London this weekend – Time Out (blog)

Katharina Grosse: ‘This Drove my Mother Up the Wall’. South London Gallery. Ongoing. Free. Huge arcs of bright, blazing colours are spray painted all over the walls, the ceiling and the floor in this explosive show.

Makers’ Movements. Blackhorse Sideshow. Ongoing. Free. Spin a zoetrope, step into a hall of masks, pull levers and hand-crank kinetic sculptures at this immersive exhibition designed as an optical illusion.

Frock Me! Vintage Fair. Chelsea Old Town Hall. Sun. £4. From pricy designer vintage to retro pieces for pounds, his event caters to vintage wearers, collectors and enthusiasts in search of one-off finds. Garments, shoes and accessories are available from as far back as the 1900s. 

Ballie Ballerson. Take one million translucent balls, three ball pits, a 60-metre UV mural and more retro-sweetie cocktails than you can shake a stick at, and what have you got? London’s biggest and best adult ball pit, that’s what.  

The Park Brewery Open Day. Sun. Free entry. Visit the Kingston beer-makers for a public open day filled with pies and ale. Sample the cask and keg ales in the mini-micro brewery.

Rum Fest. ILEC Conference Centre. Sat-Sun. £49.50. Sip on 400 of the world’s best rums hailing from the likes of Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Mauritius and the Philippines, listen to seminars from master distillers and party in the world’s largest tiki-head bar.

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