gone... Out of Hollywood's Africa and into the real thing. An exciting new display of one of the most prestigious collections of African art in the North-east. It will give you the chance to sculpt your own African art with activities related to various tribal cultures, such as music, dance, art and craft classes. To 31 Jan, The Hatton Gallery, The Quadrangle, University of Newcastle, Newcastle (0191 222-6057).

got... some pleasure, courtesy of the ICA. The architects certainly did, but here is your chance by way of seeing Forced Entertainment's radical theatre company perform Pleasure. For them it is to be got from a pantomime horse, filthy words and charity-shop wedding dresses. Is it your idea of a good time? Find out at the ICA, The Mall, London SW1 (0171-930 3647).

ordered... A pint of Guinness. A little bit more than this is on tap at Tom McGuinness's Mine's A McGuinness: The Art of an Underground Miner. Tom worked as a coal-miner in the South Durham coal-field for 40 years, during which he systematically recorded life underground. To 1 Feb, John and Josephine Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co Durham (01833 690606).