To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 4 – Sun 10 May 2020
W’re still here!
We’ve got another list of Unmissable Things To Do (from home) for this, the 412th week of lockdown…
If you have any suggestions please get in touch by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, stay sane with craft beer, inspirational words, more live music than you thought you ever needed, and more.
#1 – Celebrate women in crafts beer… with some craft beer!
Mothership Brewery – Order your next night in!
Mothership champions women in craft beer – and so we’re happy to champion Mothership!
Innovative (and award-winning) seasonal beer collections with a social conscience – what’s not to like?
#2 – Cook up a storm! Make Mutabq and Fattoush with Yusuf
Yusuf – chef, story-teller and teacher – leads an interactive virtual cook-along in this initiative organised by charity Migrateful.
#3 – Read some Brave New Words
Brave New Words Buy It Now
Editor Susheila Nasta draws together fifteen essays from distinguished authors exploring “the value of critical thinking, the power of the written word, and the resonance of literature in the twenty-first century.”
Published to celebrate 35 years of Wasafiri, the leading magazine of international literature, Brave New Words imagines writing across shifting and troubled borders, and diverse possibilities for living, working, and belonging together.
#4 – Homeschool yourself in Live Music
Homeschool 8-10 May
Three days of live music performances showcasing some of the most exciting artists on the planet. You just need to provide the drinks (see above).
Homeschool is raising much needed awareness of the incredible work of frontline medical staff and volunteers in the UK – and will be encouraging donations to the NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Urgent Appeal throughout the weekend.
What should be on our next things to do in London list?
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.