Things to Do in London in December 2016
Woah, London got COLD! Rudolph and co are limbering up for their one busy night of the year, but this month isn’t ALL about Christmas… So here are the very best things to do in London in December!
This month’s top picks include festive frolics, sing-a-long film screenings, markets, festivals, family fun, grown-up fun & much more…
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A mesmerising art circus spectacular pops up in a UFO shaped tent on the South Bank.
Cult queer clubbin’ legends celebrate their 21 years of ripping up the rule book.
My Big Fat Weirdos Christmas Wedding: An Alternative Comedy Pantomime | Leicester Square Theatre | 7-9 December | 9:30pm | £12
The mighty troupe of comedy’s finest weirdos brings a shambolic tale in aid of Great Ormond Street.
DBrigitte Aphrodite’s energy is infectious. Join her and a gang of her friends for a Christmas shindig with music, punk poetry and comic turns.
Cabaret & Comedy
Comedy hypnosis has never been this erm…
bonkers good. Leave your skepticism at the door and embrace your inner gullible self.
Performance pioneers Forest Fringe are taking a break from running their Edinburgh Fringe haunt so this is your only chance to see FF’s unique way of curating the most out there neo-performance.
Film & Music
Meet successful female film makers who have created their own successful web series and skipped the traditional distribution methods.
The 7th UK Portuguese Film Festival is packed full of celluloid gems including the fascinating social history of The Portuguese XX Century documentary series.
Meet the makers this festive season in the spectacular setting of the Museum of London Docklands. Crafty Fox are curators supreme so expect some great stuff!
Theatre & Shows
Get your skates on (literally!) and dance to next gen social commentator GIRLI’s trax in cahoots with Wut Club? in South Bank’s new pop up roller rink.
‘A gathering of creative and academic minds for an evening of conversation, performance, comedy, installation and live music, all woven together by the theme of Prejudice & Perception.’
Le Gateau Chocolat revamps the ‘Ugly Duckling’ story for the selfie era. We can’t wait to see LGC’s first show for kids & kidults like us.