Unmissable Things to Do in London – April 2018
Never mind those April showers – make like Rhianna with your umbrella-ella-ella!
This month’s things to do in London include a drag spectacular, a porn film festival, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, classy cabaret crooning, puppet theatre, cutting-edge performance, a car boot sale & much more…
A fascinating night of discussion and night out exploring South Asian socio-religious life and its complex history of goddess worship.
A free festival of screenings, talks, live performances, tours and events dealing with the slightly disparate dual themes of Censorship and Circus.
The famous science college of University of London presents it’s annual free festival. From playing robotic air hockey, performing VR surgery, or even creating your own art-making roving machines Imperial Festival is epic for all ages.
A pioneering film festival which champions unsung heroes and new stories including Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat (pictured).
Eons before the milennial was the y2k generation and this night is here to celebrate the saccharine sweet zany world of Lizzie McGuire – a Disneyfied vision of teenage rebellion.
A wild ride through the legendary Irish chanteuse’s repertoire in the most iconic venue, London’s original surviving Victorian Music hALL.
Mélissa Laveaux performs songs from her third album, Radyo Siwèl: ‘Draping them in an indie rock aesthetic, Mélissa’s reinterprets Haitian heritage, taking traditional tunes, vodou anthems and scraps and phrases discovered in old songbooks, and sewing them together like a patchwork of intersecting identities.’.
Maya Angelou – The Dream of a Common Language: The Women Poets Who Changed 1968 | Wilton’s Music Hall | 16 April | 7:30pm | From £10
The poet and filmmaker Maya Angelou’s work is explored in East London.