Unmissable Things To Do in London in February 2023
February, the shortest month (you heard it here first): so much to do, so little time! We’re here to pick out the Unmissable Things To Do in London (and beyond) this February!
A chance to support your local grassroots music venue.
A queer revenge biopic fantasia.
London’s finest foodie market for vegan treats, including famed Texas-Brioche-Toast slinger Gnarbecue (our favourites!).
Young trans and queer circus artists showcase their talents at Jackson’s Lane.
Exploring Haram (forbidden), this circus duo on two Chinese Poles is a must-see.
Daisy Doris May’s hilarious HAUS OF DONS drag king clan presents a solo with Steve Porters (Lock Up Ur Daughters).
Xnthony champions new (and established) cabaret talent in this Valentine’s special.
Catford’s Broadway Theatre is back with this side-splitting night of comedy.
What happens when creatures go to sleep for the winter. Find out with this adorbs show from pop performance pioneers Little Bulb.
A chance to see the Taskmaster comedienne du jour, Fern Brady talks about her gutsy new memoir which tackles both sexism and autism. Her tour is nearly sold out so this is a nice chance to see her.
100 onions are destroyed in this circus, theatre and dance recipe.
Alice Lowe and Steve Oram will be doing a Q&A about their legendary British roadtrip slasher.
Hoxton’s gorgeous Victorian music hall is brought to life with enchanting circus turns.
An iconoclastic double-bill of erotic deviance in Lacuna by Teo Ala-Ruona, and body horror in The Well by Maria Metsalu.
Get your comfies on and join BAFTA Rising Star winner Bukky Bakray who killed it in ‘Rocks’, for a sleepover brimming with new performance talent.
Romford Horror International Film Festival | Premiere Cinemas Romford | 23-26 February | Individual Film, Day & Festival Tickets Available
Get the fancy Elizabeth Line to Romford to discover new and old scary movies.
Karaoke classics on the epic Battersea Arts Centre organ and a full live band.
Posey Mehta is not a gorilla. But she is silly and ready to make you guffaw like an ape.
The Survivor Lens: Reframing Trauma Narratives through Filmmaking | Whitechapel Gallery | 25 February | £5
The idea of ‘trauma narratives’ is explored through a searing day of film.
A dreamy line up of performance titans – Mouse, Frankie Thompson and Liv Ello – take Duckie for a rollercoaster ride.
Section 28 took away the rights of teachers to talk about LGBTQ+ issues in schools. Gamechangers Breach (It’s True, It’s True, It’s True) make into a musical.
Did we forget something? We almost certainly did – please let us know in the comments below!
Occasionally the To Do List team are forced to work together.
Rupert likes: free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.
Stuart likes: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.