Caught... A glimpse of the latest photographic work. ICA's "Sightings" exhibition, presents a show of 15 photographers, allowing the ICA to keep abreast of the fashion of viewing photography as fine art. The photographers work in different styles and genres, with one of the highlights being the work of Hannah Starkey, who grabbed widespread attention at her 1996 Royal College of Art MA degree show, and then a runner-up place in last year's John Kobal Awards. To 15 March, ICA The Mall, SW1 (0171-930 3647).
Upset... Your normal mind-set, courtesy of experimental theatre. FG Lorca developed his most original contribution to theatre, In Five Year's Time, when he was hanging out with Luis Brunel and Salvador Dali. A frightening thought, but no more disturbing than this play, which tells the story of the lovelorn meanderings of a young man, flitting between fantasy and reality and past and future on a surreal journey of his mind. The cast has been poached from some of the most exciting shows at the moment, an international crew drawn from Theatre de Complicite, Theatre de Soleil and Le Coq. Most surreal of all, its marks a bit of culture in the depths of SELondon's Southwark. To 7 March, Southwark Playhouse, 62 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1. pounds 7/pounds 5 concessions (0171-620 3494).Reuse content