To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 20 April – Sun 26 April 2020
It’s the last week of April and we still trust you to follow the guidelines – and STAY AT HOME – as you revel in our top tips for Unmissable Things To Do in London this week.
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Things To Do in London this week: discover new music with a curated stream session, an eye-opening alternative to Netflix, a free screenwriting course and more…
#1 – Listen to the big sounds of tomorrow with Notion’s Lockdown
Tastemakers Jamz Supernova (BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra) and Jess Iszatt (BBC Introducing London) give rising new music stars a live showcase opportunity.
Pictured above: Joy Anonymous
#2 – Bored of Netflix? Try BFI Player for a more refreshing film treat
From contemporary queer classics like Rafiki (pictured above) to fresh comedy A Guide to Second Date Sex, and even an Aladdin’s cave of musicals from all ages, the BFI player is sure to be home to something different to inspire your day.
#3 – Get creative with your home time and help make a lockdown time capsule
Be part of the Brighton Digital Festival project From Home when you submit your 3 minute masterpiece.
#4 – Write your first screenplay with the help of this free online course
Introduction to Screenwriting FutureLearn
University of East Anglia’s Michael Lengsfield introduces Writing for Screen, including characters, structure and starting (plus, more crucially, finishing!) your draft.
#5 – Cheese, sex & isolation all combined into a hilarious night in
Anna Mann’s Cheese, Sex and Self-Isolation Party Saturdays at 10pm – Twitch
A snooty review from The Guardian’s Brian Logan can’t stop Anna Mann’s unmissable riot of a night in. Guests have included Mae Martin, Christopher Bliss, Olga Koch, Zach Zucher, Sinbad from Brookside and many more offbeat gems. Pete Heat – the devil himself – is a very entertaining magician who rounds off each episode with a bit of wonder (much to Anna’s violent rage…).
If you’re looking for more Edinburgh-style offbeat comedy, try Next Up: a divine Netflix-style service delivering laughs galore.