Unmissable Things To Do in London – September 2018
You thought Summer was hot?! Autumn is the HOTTEST time of the year for Things To Do In London!
This month’s top picks include an Australian cabaret sensation, local festivals, offbeat film screenings, tasty food, thinky stuff, ace live music, provocative theatre, a walking tour with a difference & much more…
Cabaret & Circus
‘A ravishing, ribald, in-yer-face cabaret triumph’ comes to London. Yana really is a stunning talent.
Main pic by Kate Pardy
Help raise money for the upcoming book ‘Unladylike: A Grrls guide to wrestling’ at this night out celebrating female wrestling including a screening of ‘Signature Move’.
A Cinematic Tribute to Mary Shelley: The Bride Of Frankenstein (1935) | Brompton Cemetery | 5 September | 8pm | £18
Reanimate Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein watching cult movie The Bride of Frankstein in the haunting surroundings of Brompton cemetery.
Food & Drink
Deptford Market has gone foodie, we hope this won’t mean the regulars peddling bric-a-brac will move on but it’s worth checking out!
A free talks series at radical socially minded university Queen Mary from leading movers and shakers in the arts and humanities.
Theatre & Performance Art
The ‘showstopping hilarious feminist musical’ (read our ★★★★★★ review) hits the West End to take us back to school and rediscover the secret lives of Henry’s six wives.
Jennifer Kidwell and Scott R Sheppard’s must-see provocation on American attitudes to race, sex and power comes to London.
‘Performed in a cell shared by audience and performers.’ and inspired by Vladimir Nabokov – this sure to make you think.
Exhibition-cum-performance-club-night featuring subversive flamenco, indigenous counteractions, radical analities, border-crossing resistance, Spanish anti-nationalisms and Latinx burlesque.