You Me Bum Bum Train, Empire House, E15, to 19 Sep, bumbumtrain.co.uk Not for the faint-hearted, but if you choose to take part in this “physically challenging interactive experience” you’ll be left dazed and confused by this singular spectacle.
The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, E1, to 14 Sep, whitechapelgallery.org This busy snapshot of the city’s art scene features 35 up and comers, including feted sculptor Alice Channer and film-maker Charlie Tweed.
Mind The Map: Inspiring Art, Design & Cartography, London Transport Museum, to 28 Oct, ltmuseum.co.uk Remarkable posters, designs and cartographic artwork from the past 100 years, all inspired by the London transport network.
The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Lyric Theatre, W1, to 2 Sep, nimaxtheatres.com/lyric-theatre Judith Kerr’s popular book is adapted by David Wood.
White Heat, Madame Jojo’s, Brewer Street, W1, madamejojos.com Matty, Olly and Marcus play the latest electro, techno and indie hits, with regular live bands.