London To Do List – 28 May-2 June 2013
Your To Do List this week includes: Tim Key, Airnadette, The Voice star Jordan Lee Davies, a club for bisexuals and the hippest market around – the Soho Flea Market.
// Wednesday //
Tim Key Work in Slutgress | The Invisible Dot | 9.15pm | £8
The masterslut himself hones his unique brand of poetry at The Invisible Dot.
// Thursday //
Pop culture entertainment at its most epic – Airnadette take great films and great songs and mash them together, with amazing results. First time in the UK!
Psychic Burger Launch Party | Birthdays | 7pm | Free
Free entry, free sliders, free cocktails & free beers. Need any more convincing? The ground floor of Birthdays is becoming Psychic Burger – a brand new diner serving, um, BURGERS! The launch party includes some very special guests performing live…
French-themed comic carnival at L’Institut Gauloise, includes live drawing from British cult comic favourite Posy Simmonds, Zarafa (a story about a giraffe – we love giraffes), Smurf-y stuff and much more!
// Friday //
Yes, yes, it’s him from Team Will on The Voice. Here, Jordan and a few special guests take a cabaret journey through songs which have inspired and influenced him to be the artist he is today.
It’s what you’ve all been waiting for: a club night/dance/drinks for bisexual people!
They Say: “Have you ever attended a mainstream club or a gay club and had a great time but felt you didn’t quite fit? Ever wished there was a better gender balance on your nights out? Ever wanted to be surrounded by people just like you? Ever thought a bi club night would be a swell idea? Well, so did we! And Greedy was born.
Anyone of any gender or sexuality is welcome to Greedy, just bear in mind that you may have people from a variety of genders chatting you up, so come prepared with your polite ‘no thank yous’.”
// Saturday //
A brief history of visual propaganda, discussions of film, posters, leaflets, maps, stamps and more.
// Sunday //
Between noon and 8pm, Dean Street will be closed to traffic as artisans, artists, fashion and jewellery designers, furniture makers, glassblowers and ceramicists take over and show off their wares. If that’s not enough, there’ll be new, hotly tipped musicians, bands and comedians performing live.