To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 23 – Sun 29 March 2020
We continue to stand in solidarity with creatives and event-makers during the Covid-19 pandemic but to stop the spread of the virus and relieve pressure on the NHS:
STAY AT HOME.
So, for the foreseeable future, we’ll be recommending great Things To Do which hopefully won’t put you – or them – at risk.
Here’s 5 unusual things to do chez toi…
#1 – Girl Ghost Movie
Driving instructor Rose rediscovers her paranormal powers to help save a widower’s teenage daughter being abducted by a satan-worshipping pop star desperate for a comeback. This film is a spooky corker set in Ireland with belly laughs including a possessed wheelie bin, unexpected kitsch turns (Claudia Doherty is hilarious!) and a bittersweet love story. Maeve Higgins is an offbeat comic genius giving an unstoppable performance as the troubled psychic who must battle her past. Shaun of the Dead Fans rejoice!
#2 – There’s No Luvvy Quite Like Anna Mann
I AM ANNA MANN Podcast
The greatest actress you’ve never heard of, Anna Mann, delivers a cocktail of outre theatrical anecdotes, bizarre segways and terrorises special guests in this rib-tickling podcast.
#3 – The ultimate vinyl 45″ mix
Random Influences Mixcloud
Uplifting, soulful and surprising, Greg Wilson’s mixes of his favourite vinyl singles.
#4 – The finest pizza delivered
Firezza Delivery Pizza
It’s worth bearing with slightly bewildering process of making a pizza out of square sections to get unbeatable fresh ingredients including vegan chorizo, Gorgonzola dolce cheese and wild porcini mushrooms. This is pizza done properly. Firezza have branches in Battersea, Canary Wharf, Chelsea, Chiswick, Crouch End, East Dulwich, Ealing, Hampstead, Islington, Notting Hill, Stratford, Wandsworth and Wimbledon.
#5 – Get poetical with Tim Key’s playing cards
Poetical Playing Cards Bored Game
Whether it’s solitaire, a quick game of knock-out whist, nine card brag or rummy, or a drunken session of shithead, here’s a pack of cards unlike any other – because, if things take a turn for the boring, you can read them and have a good chuckle instead! Each card features a short poem from the comic genius that is Tim Key – and as if that’s not enough, the pack itself is an object of beauty, right down to the a gold foiled box with a riso printed label. Your new favourite pack of playing cards!
Do you have a suggestion for our next London to do list?
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.