To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 30 March – Sun 5 April 2020

Please STAY AT HOME and enjoy your 1 a day of the best offbeat culture from London and beyond. If you have any suggestions please do email:

Your unmissable To Do List of things to do whilst trapped indoors this week includes an under-appreciated BBC Three comedy, a zombie running game, vegan pies and much more!

#1 – Get Quizzical with Holestar

Let’s Get Quizzical Mon 30 March – 9-10.30pm

Put your thinking cap on for the ultimate boredom-buster quiz with Holestar. Questions might just include pop history, gossip, lyrical, TV, film, stuff and nonsense.

#2 – Get Perfect Meat-Free pies in the Post

Young Vegans Online Shop

These no-moo, no-cluck pies are the best in London and our personal favourite the Cheezeburger is a chunky, gherkin-y, cheesy taste sensation. Order now while stocks last!

#3 – Shrill is the underdog feel-good comedy you missed and now need in your life!

Shrill BBC iPlayer

Featuring a cult all-star cast including the hilarious BFF Lolly Adefope, bitchy boss John Cameron Mitchell (of Hedwig and the Angry Inch fame!) and breakout talent of Aidy Bryant. We can’t believe we missed this one, it is a hilarious ride through accepting yourself and getting out there in the world.

#4 – Government Sanctioned Zombie Apocalypse Workout

Zombies, Run App

Cult writer of dystopian novel The Power, Naomi Alderman writes this unique blend of zombie apocalypse and get fit app, a pulse-pounding game perfect for our state-sanctioned daily exercise time. Sounds like the perfect way for the non-runner out there to get motivated and petrified.

#5 – Online Party Zone

Living Room Dance Party Comedy Showcase – 10.30pm Saturday Nights

Anna Mann’s Sex, Cheese and Self-Isolation Party Comedy Showcase – 10pm – Saturdays

From a worldwide epic dance party, to a live sex, cheese and self-isolation comedy party, creative types are coming up with some epic ways to cheer up your evenings at home.

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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.