About Rupert Dannreuther
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.
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We thought we’d give you a heads up on the most exciting event in the Create London festival 2011. Search Party on 23rd July is a free, unusual treasure hunt filled with intrigue, interaction and conviviality. And…a secret party for those who can find it.
There seem to be so many Geminis all having birthdays this month. This inspired us to write a long overdue article about the rise of the ‘show’ restaurant. Including Circus, Nikitas, Soho Theatre Downstairs & more
Skint? F*ck the normal, come and see the new art stars emerging from London’s renegade art schools; CASS and Kingston University…our next generation picks include Christopher Duncan and Steve Nice.
We had such a great time over at the Institut Francais in South Kensington on Saturday we thought we’d share some rather ace events! Coming up to celebrate the end of the rather global Mosaiques festival including a gypsy-folk reggae musical shindig at Rich Mix and the UK debut of an experimental classic all shot for just $150. We recommend booking now as the Circo screening we went to was packed!…
We are pretty stoked to be going back to the Old Vic Tunnels after our joyously harrowing Secret Cinema experience…for this rather wonderful vocal spectacular sang by the beautiful talents of Londinium Voices…Join us at 3.30pm or check out the…
At last, it’s here. Don’t you dare miss, friend of Loserville, Scottee’s Burger Queen Contest…tonight at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern.
We’re not blowing our own trumpet (wish we could) but we think June’s Loserville to do list is a real humdinger! Slut walk, sex worker films, geeky cinema romp, a celebration of polyester, Soho Theatre’s new secret space and free spectacular festival should be enough to whet your appetite!
Loserville didn’t know much about the show before we snuck in and had a peek on Monday. We were absolutely flabbergasted at this humungously cute and beautifully funny comedy…
We’re tired of the smog and the muggy mugness of the city. We’re packing up our summer megamix cassettes and off on the road to Brighton to catch the last weekend of the Brighton Festival Fringe.
We’ve always believed that women rock and would make the world a better place if they were in charge. And now Loserville favourites Bob and Roberta Smith present a rather excellent free mini-festival proving us right.