Flame-haired Parisian acrobat Camille Boitel’s first solo show, L’Homme d’Hus, at the ICA from 21st January, could be a highlight of the London international mime festival. Muscular yet silky, Russell Maliphant’s choreography is reliably surprising. He revives Two Times Three, trapping dancers in squares of light, at the Traverse, Edinburgh, on 29th January. Royal Court regular Roy Williams premieres his explosive new play Little Sweet Thing at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, from 4th February, then touring. Filling London’s cavernous new gallery, Albion, is quite a challenge. Andy Goldsworthy, the man who once melted 13 one-ton snowballs in central London, has helicoptered in enough Scottish granite to build an 18-foot-high tower in the space, for his exhibition, Passage, on now. Before Grayson Perry there were Lucie Rie and Hans Coper. Modern Pots, at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, from 2nd February, showcases their iconoclastic, influential ceramics. Kay Adshead’s plays manage to be otherworldly while tackling contemporary politics head-on. Her latest, Bites, at the Bush Theatre, London, now, frames the war in Afghanistan in a typically quirky structure: a seven-course meal.