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!
Well, apparently winter is over. We’re not so sure. While we all wait for global warming to, well, do some warming, here’s some fun/interesting stuff to do this month, all indoors and all vaguely excellent (probably).
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!
Happy Valentine’s Day! We’re clearly feeling amorous in part 2 of Loserville’s guide to February. We feature: horrifically bad stripper film, porn star opera, mummies, new music, trannies, sexual nature and Kath & Kim.
In the first of our soon to be notorious monthly To Do Lists we have free theatre, spectacular orchestral noise, naughty life drawing, cheap West End tickets and lots more to come!
Loserville is a bit late to the party on this one, but we just discovered indiemoviesonline.com, a website where you can watch a really good selection of independent films FOR FREE! Loserville recommends Alexis Dos Santos’ Unmade Beds.
Loserville was at the opening night of this great 1927 production at the Battersea Arts Centre – check out our review!
“Genuine laughs… Full of ingenious invention”