10 free things to do in London: 30 April – 6 May

10 free things to do in London: 30 April – 6 May

1. Molotov Jukebox Intrigued by the music genre ‘gypstep’? You should be. Think violins, accordions and the occasional trumpet in a calypso, funk, ska, flamenco, samba, electro pop, reggae and soul fusion. 8pm, Monday 30th April Kings Cross St Pancras Station Stpancras.com 2. Fashion Lab M&S, Oxfam GB and London College of Fashion club together … Continue reading

10 free things to do in London: 23-29 April

10 free things to do in London: 23-29 April

1. New Cross and Deptford Film Festival An unbelievably cool film festival – New Cross and Deptford are taking films out of the cinema and plonking them in the heart of the local community. Think bike-powered screenings of Harry Potter in adventure playgrounds and human rights footage inside prison cells. 27th April – 6th May … Continue reading

10 free things to do in London: 16-22 April

10 free things to do in London: 16-22 April

1. Alternative Fashion Week For all things innovative, eclectic and edgy, head to Spitalfields for the Alternative Fashion Week. Expect fashion shows, stalls, live music and the latest pieces from up and coming designers. Monday 16th – 21st April Spitalfields Traders Market, Crispin Place, Brushfield Street, E1 6AA Alternativearts.co.uk 2. Morning yoga at South Bank … Continue reading

10 free things to do in London: 9-15 April

10 free things to do in London: 9-15 April

1. The Psychedelic Curiosity Shoppe This Friday evening, head to Dalston for a ye olde shoppe… with turntables. Steam punk, vintage and psychedelica come together in a clubbing experience with a Victoriana twist. 8.00pm, Friday 13th April Junction Room, 578 Kingsland Road, EN8 4AH 2. Guerrilla Gardening at the News from Nowhere Club For horticultural … Continue reading

10 free things to do in London this weekend

10 free things to do in London this weekend

1. London Sack Race If you’re looking for some phallic fun this weekend, a bunch of Londoners will be sack racing around a 26.4 mile course…in the shape of a cock and two balls (titter, titter). The route takes in a whole host of blissfully smutty locations, from Cockspur Street to Shaftesbury Avenue to Belsize … Continue reading

Egg on my face: Fabergé Big Egg Hunt

Egg on my face: Fabergé Big Egg Hunt

Remember the elephants? The elephants made me move to London. In the summer of 2010 I dragged myself from the bleak docklands of Southampton to the bright lights of the Big Smoke to research my dissertation. Armed with a dictaphone and an A to Z, I haplessly fumbled my way around London, falling foul of … Continue reading