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This week from Thursday 15 – Wednesday 21 October 2015
1. A mighty burger & chips for £7 from the lovely lads at BURGER BEAR on Thursdays & Fridays
The bushy bearded Tom Reaney & co.’s Burger Bear is providing some sexy succulence at the Magic Roundabout of Old Street. As well as the classic burgers we’re loving the look of the ‘Koala Bear’, a veggie spiced bean burger w/ American cheese, avocado, salsa and coriander & lime yogurt!
2. See the work of hot Brit artist Bob & Roberta Smith
Discover the art-activism of the enigmatic Bob & Roberta Smith for free in the gorgeous William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow.
3. Laugh with the gorgeous Mae Martin on Monday
To Do List was bewitched by the warm and whimsical comedy of Mae Martin back in 2014, at her Ed Fringe work-in-progress. This Monday see her as part of a super line up at the legendary Good Ship Comedy Club.
4. Sober for October? Try 10 different no-alcohol beers for £10 at Ziberflat
A great night out doesn’t have to include booze, and here’s the proof! Join beer expert Dani Neal for a taste-bud tickling tour of “beer” that will challenge your thoughts about no-alcohol alternatives (no Becks Blue!).
5. Grow OLDER with an awesome lineup of films for £5 from Short Sighted Cinema on Tuesday
Embrace getting older with a surprising & eclectic mix of short films, all at the lovely Proud Archivist near Haggerston Overground.
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.