5 Frugl Things to Do This Week in London
Our eighth Frugl list arrives with another five fab things to do in London this week, including a comedy classic film screening, a brand new festival supporting homeless people, a natty Christmas market AND MORE!
This week from Thursday 26 November 2015
Terry-Thomas, George Cole, Brenda de Banzie, Sid James, Bernard Bresslaw and Vera Day star in this film about a bunch of inept crooks, who plan to kidnap the daughter of a millionaire William Gordon, but mistakenly end up with his wife… Screening at The Cinema Museum, Elephant & Castle.
On the last Friday of every month, The Library Bar in Islington hosts Kinetic Comedy. This week, putting your sides in danger of serious splittage are Francis Foster, Naomi McDonald, Leroy Brito & Twayna Mayne, compèred by Inel Tomlinson.
3. Check out brand new music and spoken world festival Homeless Not Hopeless, this Saturday and just £5
Aiming to use music and spoken word to connect people who are homeless with people who aren’t homeless, Homeless Not Hopeless will feature a line-up of bands, DJs, talks and spoken word performances. All profits will be given to the homeless charity Caritas Anchor House.
Exploring the question “what do we actually know about Jack the Ripper?”, this free tour promises to “sift through the evidence and eyewitness accounts; using the criminal, psychological and geographical profiling of the killer, to examine each suspect one by one.”
Jumble and Pearls pop up for their Xmas market at The Book Club, celebrating 8 years of great music, ace cocktails, tasty nibbles, and shopping ’til you drop!
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.