Unmissable Things To Do in London – December 2018
So this is Christmas, and what have you done? Eh?! Well, we’ve made another list. It’s what we do.
This month’s top picks include ravishing cabaret, spectacular circus, queer xmas celebrations, five-star comedy, sing-a-long film fun, night-time shopping, bingo, ace live music, dance-til-you-drop nights out, cats & much more…
Drag sensation Jonny Woo curates a dangerous dance double-bill featuring our faves George Heyworth (Bourgeois and Maurice) and Fagulous (The Glory).
Step back in time with Circus 1903’s dazzling mix of world-class artistry and pomp. We saw the show in Singapore and it blew our minds.
Devilish anti-drag icon David welcomes Travis Alabanza (star of sold-out smash hit BURGERZ) and the brilliant Horrora Shebang to get f*cking festive. Or at least feign an attempt.
Graduate Project Faire 2018 – M.Arch Design for Performance & Interaction | UCL Here East Campus | 14 December | 2-11pm | FREE
37 students in Performance and Interation at the Bartlett School of Architecture showcase their projects, ranging from interactive installations to immersive virtual environments.
Ditch Shoreditch and head to Columbia Road for independent shopping nights that celebrate the craft and creativity of East London.
‘A hypnotic, world-class presentation of Indian classical music by the finest Indian classical vocalist in UK, ex-national scholar and All India radio gold-medallist Chandra Chakraborty’ Sounds unmissable to us.
Don your best Christmas Jumper at this Santa shindig from the makers of the kitschiest summer festival; The Mighty Hoopla.
‘A live-art mash up of family history, art history and a show about the long, long journey to the here-and-now’ at the secret gem Matchstick Piehouse.
‘Combining poetry, drag and Es Morgan’s hallmark hypnotic movement, it is a queer, secular hymn to the impending capitalist apocalypse’ Don’t miss this offbeat treat at The Yard in Hackney Wick.
Our favourite community centre hosts this weekly seasonal sober space every Monday & on Christmas Day* and they have partnered with CLASH around sexual health and wellbeing. Christmas can be a difficult time for LGBTQI+ community, especially for those who have suffered religious oppression, are marginalised or experiencing homelessness. So they have named it OUTSIDERMAS!