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Ding Dong Merrily on High! Our list of unusual Things To Do in London for December takes an unapologetically festive turn – but for the Scrooge’s in our midst, there’s plenty of tinsel-free fun to be had too!
We talked to inspiring dance-theatre maker and founder of Uchenna Dance; Vicki Igbokwe ahead of her Hansel and Gretel at The Place. Hansel and Gretel | The Place, Euston | 15-24 December | From £8 Tell us about your retelling…
Don’t miss this ‘explosive outdoor gathering… part-gig, part-social, and part-dance party’! Tickets available for £5 with promo code SESSION5.
We caught up with Valerie Ebuwa to talk about Woman SRSLY. Valerie is a freelance dance artist, writer and model based in London. She started her training at Lewisham College before obtaining a BA HONS degree from London Contemporary Dance School….
Lost Dog somehow conjure a fresh perspective on Romeo & Juliet in this hilarious and moving dance theatre imagining of what might have been…
Don’t sweat away the pounds huffing in a grey basement gym, 2016 is about making fitness funusual with our new guide on how to get fit in London.
Even-numbered years are always better right (ok, forget 2016) – and 2018 is looking set to be a great year for cabaret, circus, theatre, comedy, festivals, exhibitions, food, fun and frolics galore!
Tanguera is an unfamiliar cross between a movie, dance show and musical and is definitely worth a watch if you have an evening spare.
Summer is but a distant memory, but our offbeat tips for things to do in London in October are here to jazz up your Autumn!