London To Do List – 6-12 January
Our fab weekly London To Do List continues, with plenty of free, cheap and offbeat treats to get you through the week!
// Monday //
Comedian Adam Larter presents cult classic Xanadu, on the big screen at The Camden Head! Extra clarinets and roller blades are promised – this could be the cultural event of 2014!
// From Tuesday //
Next generation noise from the ultimate new music mag Artrocker. Check out the full programme here.
As featured on our epic 2014 To Do List!
// Wednesday //
Gavin Butt chairs a panel discussion which aims to interrogate the term ‘camp’ and consider its relevance to contemporary art.
Chris Sharp, Ellen Feiss and Daniel Sinsel form the panel, exploring the word ‘camp’ has become part of a language available for all, and been pacified into something more akin to humour.
A Screen Social Music vs Film mashup night, this time featuring award-winning animated films, music videos and more!
Including a selection of shortlisted and winning entries from The Van d’Ors’ animation category, this promises to be a night full of film, music, chat and drinks!
Bargehouse undergoes yet another magical transformation, this time into an Earth-based embassy for a ‘Republic of the Moon’ – filled with artists’ fantastical imaginings.
40 years after the first moon landings, a group of artists are declaring a Republic of the Moon, re-examining the relationship we have with our planet’s only natural satellite.
Featuring works by Liliane Lijn, Leonid Tishkov, Katie Paterson, Agnes Meyer-Brandis, WE COLONISED THE MOON and other amazing artists.
// Saturday //
A relaxed afternoon of longer-form drama shorts, including new work from comedian Josie Long, and the hit sci-fi epic Hereafter starring Lydia Wilson (Misfits).
Plus, from 8pm, there’s a soundtrack-heavy club night led by Stanley Schtinter, with music from forgotten films and all the cinematic classics, with stunning visuals as a backdrop.
// From Saturday //
A free exhibition at Barbican Music Library explores the history of the London Music Halls and their performers – through photographs, prints and documents.