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This month’s top picks include an Australian cabaret sensation, local festivals, offbeat film screenings, tasty food, thinky stuff, ace live music, provocative theatre, a walking tour with a difference & much more…
We were very excited to catch up with Andreea Scridon to talk about the Romanian literature as world literature event coming up! All about the Stories: Romanian Literature as World Literature | Gower Street Waterstone’s | Tuesday 10 April 2018…
★★★★ In Conversation with Standard Issue w/ Sarah Millican, Alex Jones, Katherine Ryan and Mickey Noonan
Standard Issue Magazine have a lot to say. What better way to say it than with five women on stage, five mics and an open conversation?
Gather round kids, it’s drag queen story time at Wilton’s Music Hall! Colourful and charismatic, gender fluid performers present stories to inspire children to have confidence in themselves and embrace differences. The idea is inspired by Drag Queen Story Hour in San…
Go Mad as a March hare by checking out all – yes ALL, we insist! – of the great things to do in London in March, listed for your pleasure.
The Xmas adverts are on TV, but there’s still lots of things to do in London in November before you can get started on your One Direction advent calendar!
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!
To Do List wanted to help so we wrote how to get a creative job in London to give you practical advice in this throbbing metropolis of opportunity. This includes creative approaches, new apps, CV tips & networking.
Your August starts here with our trusted list of things to do in London in August. There’s no need to pack up your bags for Edinburgh Fringe or Clacton, the big smoke has your back.
A Festival of Performance & Film, Hackney Showroom’s Wo! Show & Tell promises a week of theatre, comedy, spoken word and film exploring what it takes to be a woman.