To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 27 April - Sun 3 May 2020

To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 27 April – Sun 3 May 2020

This week we transition to a new month but it’s all feeling very samey atm.

So we’ve come up with some fresh suggestions for offbeat things to do in London (from home) this week.

If you have any suggestions please get in touch by email:

Things to do in London this week include: life-drawing party, a free online music festival, code a feminist chatbot and more.

#1 – Nude not rude. Sharpen your pencils for a fun night of life drawing.

Outside the Box – Online Life Drawing Class Wednesday 29 April 2020 – 7.30pm

Outside the Box Life Drawing are now hosting quarantine themed drawing sessions whilst on lock down.

All levels welcome…there’s no such thing as ‘I can’t draw’. New techniques and new models every week.

So why not try something new or ignite your artistic spark for a minimum donation of £5, 50% of profits to the NHS so it’s doodling for a good cause!

#2 – PLAN AHEAD FOR NEXT WEEK: Missing music festivals? Give HOMESCHOOL a try!

Homeschool 8-10 May 2020

An achingly hip line-up of new music talent performing live includes Rachel Chinouriri, Tom Grennan, Zand, The Bots and loads more. So prepare for the festival and add all the artists to your lockdown Spotify playlist.

#3 – Free course: Make a feminist chatbot

Design a Feminist Chatbot Futurelearn

Bots merely enforce human prejudices unless we learn to challenge them. This innovative free online course by Institute of Coding is a great way to get to grips with making technology more inclusive.

#4 – Hear the irresistible talents of Scott Lavene live from his bedroom

Scott Lavene Live from his Bedroom Wed 29 April 2020 – 8pm BST

Scott Lavene’s song ‘Broke’ (video above) is hailed as the ‘best newish song I’ve heard for ages’ by our music guru friend Ian.

#5 – Get your next book suggestions Bookbound 2020 online literary festival

Bookbound Festival 2020

Discover your next eye-opening read with this stellar line up of grassroots and famous authors talking about their work live on YouTube. Don’t miss speakers such as Lola Olufemi, Nikesh Shukla and more, all helping to raise money for Mind.

What should be on our next things to do in London 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.