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5 Frugl Things to Do This Week in London

Our latest list in partnership with great value London marketplace Frugl. This week we’re recommending a politics-comedy mash-up, new music, sexy magazine funtimes and much more…

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This week from Thurs 12 November

1. Oh Hillary! Get the lowdown on US election debates and have a laugh for £5 on Sunday

Thanksgiving is nearly upon us and it’s time to salute the flag with a casual comedy unpicking of the Democrat Party clash between Hillary Clinton, socialist grandpa Bernie Sanders and that other guy (Martin O’Malley). Featuring the top talents of David Mills, Ola, Erich McElroy & the inimitable Lembit Opik.

ERICH MCELROY'S IMPERFECT GUIDE TO US PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES - Frugl

2. A festival of mulled wine – what’s not to like?

For free entry to London’s first Mulled Wine Festival, just download the Yelp App on iPhone or Android, and check-in on arrival.

3. Check out some new music at the launch Echo Wants Her Voice Back’s debut EP Heart Of Stone – 12th November at 7pm

The Islington in Angel hosts this opportunity for you to catch new music before anyone else. Folk noir songstress Echo Wants Her Voice Back mixes western songwriting styles with the rich history of Greek music and mythology. Check out the video below for a taster:

4. Celebrate the launch of the SEX issue of indie mag LADYBEARD on Saturday for just £10

The night includes an insane amount of goodies including a copy of The Sex Issue, glass of Prosseco (for early arrivals), nibbles & treats, nail painting, and entry into raffle.

lady beard frugl

5. PING that PONG and see fresh new art for free at KK Outlet this Saturday

An exhibition and auction of bespoke paddles by 21 of the most exciting, influential, established and emerging illustrators from around the world.


The Art of Ping-Pong - Frugl

Rupert Dannreuther

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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.