Behind the Victoria Miro Gallery, Islington:
The Grayson Perry show in the beautiful new gallery upstairs, The Vanity of Small Differences, is well worth a visit if you can find your way through the back streets off City Road.
I can't say I share the man's obsession with class mobility: I managed only about 10 minutes of Channel 4's All in the Best Possible Taste - too much like living inside a Mike Leigh play. The tapestries, though, are seriously gorgeous: pictures don't do it, you have to be there. There's plenty of wit, as you'd expect, and nods to the past: Hogarth chiefly - the six pieces are a modern re-working of The Rake's Progress - but you can also play spot-the-early-Renaissance-master. [Roger van der Weyden for one.] There's certainly no one quite like him.