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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Join Kate Nash’s tour protege Brigitte Aphrodite for jolly great fun tonight at St Pancras Old Church!
If you haven’t heard or don’t read the Daily Express, The Royal Wedding of Kate and Wills is upon us, join us for a deliciously alternative celebration…including Charles & Di, DIY publising, Sex Idiot and more…
Hurrah our favourite super jumble is back tomorrow Going for a Song – come and have a browse! Expect live musical treats, haggling a go go, pretty dresses, vintage delights, cake & lovely drinkies courtesy of the bar! Plus we’ll be there hawking our wares so come and say hello!
We can’t wait for Scottee’s second outing in the Olympic hub of Stratford, come and get your kicks from this troupe of weird and wonderful neo-cabaret stars! And we’re getting you cheap tickets…just £6!
Dance like you mean it at Chisenhale Dance Space’s supremely titled TV Dinners festival from Wednesday 16th Marchwe’re most looking forward to…
TFI Friday! Join us in merry revelry at the launch of Polyester at the Star of Kings, Kings Cross, featuring the quite awesomely insane bands Fagget Fairys, Labyrinth Ear and Disco Damage as well as crazy films and dancefloor antics. See below for awesome videos and more details including great youtube videos including one called cocktail c*nt!
Loserville thought this looked rather ace! Free drinks, live art-making and zine-love aplenty…this article is courtesy of Danielle Brown!
As with our early prior warning for the national theatre’s Frankenstein, which is now incredibly sold out we’re recommending all our fellow comrades to book for BAC’s One-on-One festival. Our Tory toff friends at the Telegraph hail it ‘Nothing less…
Loserville groaned as received a BBC press release about the impending Comic Relief telethon on Saturday 5th March. However, the press release spoke of actually a rather brilliant idea. This is 24 Hour Panel People – a 24 hour comedy panel show with rotating special guest panelists as fronted by David Walliams.
We love the work of Home Live Art including their super Village Fete and we’re so excited to see Book of the Dead Late at the British Museum tonight. And it’s free!