Stephen Willats – Surfing With The Attractor

One of Blighty’s foremost conceptual art pioneers, Stephen Willats has been deconsructing the role of art in society for decades. This exhibition brings together a number of pieces that were originally created for a show called Changing Everything, which was held at the same gallery back in 1998 – plus a new installation that juxtaposes Regent Street and Rye Lane in Peckham.

Until 15th July
South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Road – London SE5 8UH

Eva Rothschild: Boys and Sculpture

Sculptor Eva Rothschild is taking a brave risk by letting a group of young boys loose in a gallery full of her work and filming the results for a new exhibition. (Perhaps) predictably, the youngsters end up dismantling most of the artwork, which makes for entertaining viewing.

Until 9th September
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street – London E1 7QX

Jack White

White Stripes legend Jack White is heading to the Brixton Academy to perform the first of his solo UK dates. A very special occasion, we think you’ll agree, and bound to be one of the best shows of the summer so make sure you’ve got your tickets.

21st June
O2 Academy Brixton, 211 Stockwell Road – London SW9 9SL

Mutant Disco presents intimate sessions with Bill Patrick

The Mutant Disco crew are newcomers to the London party scene, having celebrated their first birthday earlier this year, but their depth of knowledge and bookings has already gained them a sterling reputation. With Bill Patrick lending his sublime skills to this weekend’s event, this is a must – especially within the intimate setting of The Russian Bar.

22nd June
The Russian Bar, 267 Kingsland Road, Dalston – London E2 8AD