Web Editor Sophie Eastaugh looks at London’s week ahead and picks the best of the bunch for our weekly events guide. Don’t miss out![divider]

Aboudia Djoly du mogoba

Aboudia by Djoly du Mogoba, 2011. Copyright: Aboudia, 2011. Image: courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery

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 1. Pangaea[divider]

Until 31st August, daily 10am-6pm. Free. Saatchi Gallery, SW3 4SQ

This new exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery showcases bold and colourful artworks by the emerging talents of African and Latin American art.

More info here 

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 2.Noah[divider]

Released Friday 4th April, cinemas nationwide

Starring Russell Crowe and Emma Watson, Darren Aronofsky’s biblical blockbuster tackles the familiar creation story with notable embellishments.

More info here

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3. CJL Friday Night Dinner [divider]

Friday 4th April, service 7pm, dinner 8pm. £28 / £18 students. Marriott Hotel, Regents Park

CJL Friday Night Dinners aim to connect young Jews from around the world, offering a four course meal for 20-40 year olds at the Marriott Hotel.

More info here

Scarlett Johansson stars in sci-fi thriller Under the Skin

Scarlett Johansson stars in sci-fi thriller Under the Skin

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4. Under the Skin[divider]

Friday 4th April – Sunday 13th April, times vary. £12/£6 conc, £6/£3 conc matinees. JW3 Cinema

Set in Glasgow, this science fiction thriller starring Scarlett Johansson as an alien seductress promises to leave you both entranced and terrified.

More info here 

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5. The Brodsky Quartet[divider]

Sunday 6th April, 3:30pm. £20. LJCC

Hailed as one of the finest String Quartets in the world, the Brodsky Quartet has collaborated with stars such as Björk, Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney. Hear them perform at LJCC.

More info here

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6. Jazz at JW3: Ian Shaw [divider]

Sunday 6th April, 8pm. £15/£7 conc. JW3

Two-time winner of the BBC Jazz Awards Best Vocalist, hear Ian Shaw delve into the Jewish songbook to perform jazz versions of classics by the likes of Stephen Sondheim and Lionel Bart.

More info here

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7. The threat from the far right – how should the Jewish community respond? [divider]

Monday 7th April, 6:30pm – 8pm. £5 adv/£8 o.t.d. LJCC

Anti-extremism campaigner Nick Lowles and the Jewish Council for Racial Equality will lead this discussion on how to confront the rise of far right, anti-immigration parties across Europe.

More info here