To Do List – February – Part One
Loserville presents our ultimate guide to February’s offbeat treats including: Deirdre Rashid, Judith Butler, free timed slideshow talks, make a bird box for Valentine’s Day, new vintage market and much more!
2-5: Deirdre & Me | 2000 | Brockley Jack Theatre
Susan White is 35. Average height. Average build. Average looks.But there’s something far from average about Susan. She’s obsessed with Deirdre Rashid! Hehe, we saw the poster for this one and couldn’t resist!
Thu 3: Cheese & Crackers | 2030-2230 | Battersea Barge
Fri 4: An Encounter with Judith Butler | 1000-1800 | Fyvie Hall University of Westminster | Email Jessica.Schmidt@my.westminster.ac.uk for free entry
Thanks to LV’s uncle Roland for this one. Put your thinking caps on for feminist theory a la Butler; first discussions about her work from some boffs, then Butler herself is doing a lecture at 1700:‘ The Right to Appear – Towards an Arendtian Politics of the Street’.
Tue 8: Ignite London | 1900 | 93 Feet East | Free
If you’re a fan of TED talks and insightful jerks come along to Ignite London, to hear speakers including entrepreneurs, technologists, DIYers & creative professionals talk about their experiences and passions all within the space of 20 slides in 5 minutes.
Fri 11: Air Supply | 1930-late | Shunt
A bombastic evening packed with live art, performance, installation, comedy, music, film and life coaching all in Shunt’s machine in Bermondsey.
Sat 12: Love Birds: posh date vs cheep date | 1330-1630 | London Wetland Centre | £varies – Free to walk
Make a bird box for your lover lover…and have a lovely romantic stroll through the London Wetland Centre. We can’t wait to see some pretty birds!
Sat 12: North London Vintage Market | St Mary’s Church, Crouch End | £1
Over 22 stalls will sell Mid-century ceramics, Homeware, Retro furniture, Kitchenalia, 50’s, 60’s & 70’s fabrics, Jewellery & Accessories, Books & Ephemera, Curiosities & Kitsch – a one stop shop for original and beautiful items from eras past!
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.