To Do List Daily - Weekend Edition: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Fri 19 - Sun 21 June 2020

To Do List Daily – Weekend Edition: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Fri 19 – Sun 21 June 2020

It’s all about the weekend this week (because, you know, weekdays are exciting enough as it is…)

Responsible types that we are, we’re STILL championing the “stay home” message – so enjoy this list of unmissable things to do in London this weekend, from the safety of your own home!

#1 – Hands up, who likes puppets?

The Pony Club at the End of the World | Friday 19 June | 7pm | FREE on Facebook

A suitcase show about the apocalypse featuring terror in the trifle tent, vengeful vicars and a Portaloo-related emergency.

Part of the Beverley Puppet Festival (18 May – 12 July).

#2 – Dance like no-one’s watching (except from a safe distance)

Interstellar Food Drive Goes Online | Saturday 20 June | From Midday

Strong Island Recordings, Hard of Hearing, Pie & Vinyl, Thank God For Sinners, Honeymooner and Velvet Candy join forces to bring the Interstellar Food Drive online, raising money for The Trussell Trust and also celebrating Love Record Stores Day!

#3 – Support a much-loved London pub venue…

We Love The Betsey! | Saturday 20 June | 6pm | FREE on Facebook

An online festival of music, poetry & comedy in support of one of London’s most beloved pub venues, The Betsey Trotwood. Featuring performances by The Magic Numbers, Henning Wehn, Frank Turner, John Hegley, Foghorn Leghorn, Rob Corcoran and more!

#4 – Return to the RVT (sort of)!

Sunday Social: Queens of Cabaret | Sunday 21 June | From 4pm | LIVE on Facebook

For the first time since lockdown began, Sunday Social will broadcast live from the RVT stage, with cabaret from the inimitable Myra DuBois and tunes from Simon Le Vans.

#5 – Laugh your Sunday socks off!

Mae’s House Party | Sunday 21 June | 7:45pm | £6

Mae Martin hosts a comedy bash full of improv and lockdown content, plus live music and some poetry.

Featuring Meg Stalter, Lolly Adefope, Charlotte Ritchie, Adam Hess, John Kearns, Jordan Stephens (Rizzle Kicks), Sam Campbell, Chris Locke, Sabrina Jalees, Aaron Chen, Donovan Woods and more – and all proceeds go to Black Minds Matter.

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