What To Do, See & Buy: Mr Lawrence; Jerwood Gallery; Mia Hamborg; Alexander McCall Smith; Khodorkovsky

 

Move it!

Rounding off this year's energetic Resolution! season at London dance venue, The Place (theplace.org.uk), Mr Lawrence is a gloriously vibrant, semi-improvised show by slinky contemporary choreography septet Seke Chimutengwende & Friends. 17 February, £14 a ticket

Blooming tasty

Flowers or chocolate? It's the original Valentine's dilemma. Now you can give both, with this (almost) too pretty to eat sugar-coated milk chocolate bouquet. At £3 a bunch, it'll please your bank manager, too. Johnlewis.com

On the waterfront

Head to the seaside for the launch of the new Jerwood Gallery in Hastings on 17 March, and catch a rare glimpse of the foundation's collection, including Christopher Wood's The Bather alongside the naïve illustrations of Rose Wylie. Jerwoodgallery.org

Turn table

You'll never tire of this perky side table (above), the latest collaboration from upcoming designer Mia Hamborg and the Danish crafts team &Tradition. All the parts, which are hand-built from lacquered wood to look like huge colourful beads, can be taken apart and reassembled, instantly giving your living room a bright new look. A toy for big kids. 'Shuffle', £449, heals.co.uk

Precious times

Ever wondered how Alexander McCall Smith's No 1 Ladies' Detective filled her days as a child in Botswana? All is revealed in Precious and the Monkeys, the wonderfully-illustrated tale of the eight-year-old detective's very first case. Out 23 Feb, £6.99

Russian roulette

The story of Vladimir Putin's nemesis, Mikhail Khodorkovsky – the former boss of oil giant Yukos, now serving time on charges of fraud – is brought to life in a hotly-anticipated doc by the German filmmaker Cyril Tuschi. 'Khodorkovsky' is released 2 March

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