Can you see the light?
Light Up Your Mood
What: Turn dull light switches around with fun face stickers including eyebrows, facial hair and freckles (£6).
Why: Make yours a happy home.
When: You’re itching to make a switch.
Where: Online at ycnonline.com.
Real Food Festival
What: The vast celebration of British regional food brings a farmers market, tasting workshops, chef’s theatre and pop-up restaurants together under one roof.
Why: We’re no fast food nation.
When: Fri. & Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Rd., SW5 9TA. Tickets (£9.50) online at seetickets.co.uk.
The Happy House: Stuart Semple
What: Brit artist and social commentator explores the way popular culture (tabloids, Hollywood movies and media intrusion) impacts our lives.
Why: It’s the artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK in three years.
When: Today-28 May. Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Morton Metropolis, 41-42 Berners St., W1T 3NB (020 7636 1177). Admission is free.
A Child from Everywhere
What: Photographer Caroline Irby spent a year trying to find, photograph and interview a child from every country on Earth now living in the UK for this moving exhibition.
Why: One hundred eighty-five of the world’s nations are represented.
When: Fri.-30 Aug. Daily, 10 a.m.-5:45 p.m.
Where: V&A Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Rd., E2 9PA (020 8983 5200). Admission is free.
What: No-fuss cotton tanks (£88), softly printed tees (£95) and relaxed racer-back dresses (£118) have arrived from L.A.
Why: Perfect to mix, match and layer.
When: Daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Matches Spy, 85 Ledbury Rd., W11 2AG (020 7221 2334); online at matchesfashion.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Light Up Your Mood