Unmissable Things To Do in London – September 2017
Remember, remember, it’s only September – keep your fireworks dry and enjoy the end of summer with a month of amazing things to do in London!
This month’s top picks include hilarious character comedy, feminist festivals, the best in latest design, a classic Stephen King film adaptation, a tea party, a Wurlitzer, fantastic theatre, arms trading, wrestling women & much more!
A FREE art exhibition and weekend of talks, comedy, spoken word, live music and workshops at Stour Space in East London, in support of the charity End Violence Against Women.
The Barbican dirties its hands with a season of rough and ready films celebrating the fiery artistic spirit of NYC in the 70s and 80s.
You can’t ignore the amount of hype this mini train has got. We rode it at a preview and can confirm it’s a magical experience.
We loved this story blurb for Talawa’s emerging company’s new work so we decided to add it below in its entirety. Hurry to get your ticket as they’ve just added a matinee after the other performances SOLD OUT.
Enough is enough!
How long can we do nothing?
How long can we bite our tongues?
In a city fracturing under the weight of hate and fear, a movement grows.
A new tower can be spotted on the skyline, nestled in between the glittering symbols of the city’s wealth and power.
Built by different hands.
Occupied by different bodies.
A fantastic sounding musical (listen to a preview above ^) about the increasing concerns about the reduction of arts education in the UK.
Fired up by Netflix’ GLOW? EVE Pro Wrestling cranks up the mayhem for live all-female empowerment fuelled bust up.