London is your oyster with these unusual things to do in London & beyond including an African Market, the campest night out ever & more chances than ever to see emerging DIY talent.
★★★★ The Destroyed Room at Battersea Arts Centre veers with wine-fuelled abandon from satirical humour to tragic, gut-churning honesty.
We caught up with Empress Stah to talk The Raunch, showstopping acts, digital circus, and – of course – some ace things to do in London…
‘In 1995, in a pub called the Bricklayers Arms, in Shoreditch, the world began’.
Here stands Jonny Woo to give you a fascinating alternative oral history of London.
Kitsch horrorshow Goosebumps Alive preview reviewed + a rant about the nature of paid previews…
This month Odeon Limitless is exploding onto the unlimited cinema scene, we explore the big three unlimited cinema schemes in London.
This year is the 50th anniversary of the Brighton Festival – and it looks set to be a good one! The Guest Director of Brighton Festival 2016 is one of our heros…
The first acts are now on sale for the subversive funscapes of Udderbelly Festival & London Wonderground and we couldn’t be more excited for the spring/summer carnival they create.
Forget Torremolinos next year, England is where it’s at with these unbelievable things to do in England in 2016.
A one-day festival of work in development, DARE Festival also includes a preview of Upstart Theatre’s October 2016 show, Phone Home.
Shun Captain America and embrace the subtitles with this César Award nominated Nous Trois Ou Rien (All Three Of Us), about the life of an Iranian political dissident in the 1970s.
Stock Aitken & Waterman meet Saw at the inaugural PopHorror at The RVT – a celebration of the nostalgic glories of Pop Music and Horror Movies!
Power punk supremo Misty Miller is here to bring some attitude back to pop.
Celebrate the St George’s Day weekend at The Gun’s Battle of St George Beer Festival – a chance to try eighteen English beers and vote for best in show!
Quintron & Miss Pussycat and Ravioli Me Away headline a night of genre-defying live music at DIY Space For London in South Bermondsey.