To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 22 - Sun 28 June 2020

To Do List Daily: Unmissable Things To Do in London | Mon 22 – Sun 28 June 2020

We’re still finding things for you to do! You don’t deserve us!

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 week, from the safety of your own home!

#1 – Think Differently!

BRINK Festival | Monday 22 – Friday 26 June

Cutting-edge work from practitioner-researchers, stretching the boundaries of their specialisms – across food, femininity, fatness and bodies, Social Media platforms as theatrical spaces, queer-female identities and sexualities, bodily provocations arising from art and philosophy, climate change, modernity and mortality, & MORE!

#2 – Pick up some acting tips…

BAFTA Masterclass: Acting with Ashley Walters | Wednesday 24 June | 3pm | FREE

Learn the art of acting from award-winning actor, producer and director Ashley Walters (Top Boy, Bulletproof) – for FREE! Your road to acting fame and fortune begins here – we only ask for a 10% cut…

#3 – Join a celebration of queer performance

Razed and Confuzed goes Digital | Friday 26 June | 7:30pm | £5.50 to £8.50

Meet Barbs, BRIAN (pictured), Mr Wesley Dykes and Symoné as Raze Collective streams an evening of fabulous theatre, cabaret and live performance new digital platform, Us In The Making.

Expect drag debauchery, poetry and rap, self-taught circus and a mash-up of lip sync, spoken word and movement!

#4 – Be Weird!

Weirdos Celebrity Twitchathon | Friday 26 June | 8:30pm | FREE on Twitch

Bill Gates hosts a Celebrity Twitch-a-phon where all of his celeb buddies are going to be streaming themselves playing “games” live.

Performed by the ridiculous cast of Weirdos, playing home-made computer games – what could possibly go wrong?

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