UNUSUAL THINGS TO DO IN LONDON THIS WEEKEND | 15 – 17 MAY 2015
Your one-stop culture shop – everything you really need to know if you’re looking for quirky, kooky or unusual things to do in London this weekend!
Friday 15th May – Sunday 17th May 2015
Das Spiel: Are You Part of the Game? | Ovalhouse | Until 16 May | 7:45pm (2pm Saturday Matinee) | £10
The Game has found you. As you read this you are becoming part of it.
The Game reaches into your past and creates the present. It makes you comfortably uncomfortable. The players are different every night and therefore The Game is different every night.
You are part of The Game.
This is a psychological immersive theatre show, blurring the lines of performance and reality by illusionist and theatre-maker Philipp Oberlohr.
Pinned on the arse-end of a night out, Eggs Collective Get A Round is a show with lipstick on its teeth and Wotsits on its face. A wayward exploration of friendship, kindness and belonging that spills out towards its audience.
In a world that tells us we are not rich, thin or successful enough, Eggs Collective wonder if the basic principles of a good night out might just make the world a better place.
A combination of clinical hypnotherapy, stage hypnosis, original music and good old-fashioned showbiz, researched by Christopher Green, as part of being the first Artist in Residence at the British Library, and supported by the Wellcome Trust.
Now in its third month, The Mini-Mini-Ha-Ha Comedy Club is back at Stage 3 with another fantastic line-up of acts including Frank Chickens, Candy Gigi, Von Stumpet and compere Susan Murray with after-show records from DJ Monkey Stomp Blues.
#RediscoverRed: Campari Red Night District | The Hoxton Gallery | 16 May – 10 June | Wed – Sun, 11:30am – 10pm
This May Campari are inviting the people of London to Re-discover Red as they take over East London with an exciting new art inspired installation and an array of free tasty cocktails including the cocktail of the moment: The Negroni.
Taking inspiration from the most iconic Campari artworks that built the very soul of the brand, the Campari Red Night District will invite guests to The Hoxton Gallery to explore its Italian sophistication and style through a creative installation curated by renowned East London art collective Moniker Projects.