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Having recently come under serious threat from redevelopers, The India Club’s unique space on the Strand has remained an important political and social meeting place since the 1950s.
Not a David Bowie tribute act sadly, but in fact Suffragette City is an immersive look into the lives of the Suffragettes by National Trust and The National Archives.
A timely (to say the least!) exhibition exploring seven pivotal moments in the history of migration into Britain, at The Migration Museum until February 2018.
As ‘London’s most bohemian rendezvous’ returns for one month only, the National Trust’s recreation of The Caravan is a reminder of London’s queer history…
Lee Miller: A Woman’s War, the new exhibition of 150 photographs depicting women’s experience of the Second World War, is now open at IWM London.
The stunning centrepiece to this year’s Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, The Four Fridas is an outdoor theatre spectacular, celebrating the life and work of the legendary Mexican artist Frida Kahlo…
Metal Rabbit and Southwark Playhouse present the UK premiere of Dalton Trumbo’s Johnny Got His Gun!
To Do List is Heading for the Big Apple & We Want You to Share Your Cool, Quirky & Offbeat New York Tips! Best tip WINS A PRIZE!
That’s right, To Do List is celebrating its 50th weekly To Do List with a super exciting special focus on the city that, apparently, has some kind of sleeping disorder – NEW YORK BABY!
On Sunday evening we’ll be sharing our one-off special London vs New York To Do List, with fab events both sides of the pond to make sure your week is suitably fun/booze/food/fact-filled. But here’s your chance to SHAPE OUR WEEK IN NEW YORK!