At long last, the hilarious and heart-warming play that inspired the Netflix phenomenon arrives in the UK. Hamish Hutchison-Poyntz reviews Kim’s Convenience.
As 2024 heaves into view, promising either more of the same or new horizons (depending on your outlook), we’re back with another bumper list of Unmissable Things To Do in London (and beyond) – come on 2024, let’s be ‘avin’ you!
So that was Christmas – and, indeed, 2023 – and how are we rewarded? Only bloody January! But fear not, we’re here to help you through it – with amazing cabaret & theatre, and some tips for escaping the rush of city life!
We first bumped into Sam & Faz, the amazing creators or Catford Rhum Arrangé, at their stall at Maple Road Market in Penge. Now, they’ve opened the UK’s first specialty Rhum Arrangé Bar & Café a stones throw from To Do List HQ in Deptford (48-49 Deptford Broadway).
A magical stage reimagining of the Studio Ghibli classic, this puppet-fuelled My Neighbour Totoro does more than simply warm the cockles – it embodies an abundance of love and adventure.
It may be the time of year for making merry for some, but for many others Christmas can be a struggle for a variety of reasons.
Fear not, we’re here to share some ways to get through it all.
Flipper’s X Adidas Originals Party was certainly THE party of the season. Rolling skating is having its moment, and we are here for it.
Taming Who?, Intermission Youth Theatre’s adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew, daringly deconstructs its controversial predecessor to captivate a contemporary audience.
Radio Ghost and Within Touching Distance form part of a rare 6-week season of ZU-UK works, alongside the return of Binaural Dinner Date.
We caught up with Head of Brand & Strategy Veronica Lin to talk about Playsee, local businesses, the positive side of social media, and Things To Do In London.