5 Frugl Things to Do This Week in London + Win a 1 Month London Travelcard
This is the third list in our partnership with great value London marketplace Frugl. This week we’re recommending brunch, a unique free gig, a film that has a legendary 99% Rotten Tomatoes score and much more…
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This week from Thurs 22 October 2015
1. Do the Lambeth Walk & have a right laugh at The Cockney Comedy Knees Up this Friday
Old timey character comedy, retro themed improv, vintage photo booth, nostalgic bakes & cakes and a proper old-fashioned SINGALONG knees up around the Aunt Joanna!
2. Free cake with a delicious brunch or lunch at The Wet Fish Cafe & Brasserie in West Hampstead
Play lunch roulette & take your pick from an exciting, ever-changing menu at this lovely north London haunt.
3. See an incredible French Film (99% on Rotten Tomatoes) & Q&A for just £10 on Weds 28 Oct
A beautiful and affecting film by the Dardennes brothers, The Kid With A Bike tells the story of Cyril, a young boy abandoned by his father and left in a children’s home. In a random act of kindness, the town hairdresser Samantha agrees to foster him on weekends. This screening takes place at the Foundling Museum in Bloomsbury, home to the UK’s first children’s charity, and features a Q&A discussing the film’s evocative themes of childhood, adoption & fostering.
“A quietly rapturous film about love and redemption.” – Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
4. Hear sublime singer Shilpa Ray for free at Birthdays – Add a reminder in the app
Listen to the sultry sound of dark darling Shilpa Ray, who is adored by Nick Cave and is about to make it big! It’s a perfect autumn/winter sound, listen here…
5. Learn how to self-hypnotise & stop smoking for free next Monday
Still not managed to give up smoking during Stoptober? There’s still time to investigate ways to give up, including this seminar around giving up using hypnosis.
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.