Unmissable Things to Do in London – March 2018
Snow jokes, it’s March already!
This month’s top picks include crazy cabaret, a psychic duck, bright lights, women of the world, short films, amazing food, scratch theatre, nights out & much more…
Expect top name and up and coming comedians behaving badly in this epic 6 hour movie-themed medley bring popcorn and laughing gas.
The title really sold us this show…Join Ada Campe for this rollicking riot of old school cabaret with a weird twist.
To celebrate International Women’s Day Creative Debuts have joined forces with Nasty Women New York, Amsterdam, Lisbon, North East, and London to celebrate the work of international feminist artists..
So much to see at the incredible Jude Kelly’s Women of the World festival this year including according to Julie Evans on FB: ‘150 piece women’s choir, 96 piece women’s orchestra, Sandi Toksvig and many more influential women all weekend’.
To celebrate International Women’s Day Poplar Union are putting on a festival full of performances, talks, workshops, film screenings and discussion groups.
This fresh festival ‘brings together the work of over 300 emerging artists in one interactive exhibition of short experimental films, alongside five days of screenings, live spoken word performances, discussions and practical workshops. All entirely free to attend.’.
Want to make a film? What’s stopping you? Well this affordable series of workshops may give you a much needed kick up the jacksy.
Get closer to the legend that is Miss Nina Simone with a film exploring Nina’s most beloved songs, bold style, controversial statements and the reason she left America.
S A L O N – LONDON presents Laynie Browne in conversation with Andrea Brady | Fyvie Hall | 13 March | 7pm | FREE
Laynie Browne; a poet, prose writer, teacher and editor is author of thirteen collections of poems and three novels.