Don’t know what you’re looking for? Need a random recommendation? We’ve got you covered.
If you just can’t decide if you want to go out and do something arty, sporty, intellectual or just weird – try one of this week’s picks and add some spontanaeity to your life. Look at it as a chance to step out of your comfort zone and try something different.
This week: randomize your life.
Bookbed – A new exhibition by local artist Ruth Beale takes you into a world of storytelling and bedtime tales at the Peckham Platform art space. A giant book-shaped bed dominated the piece that’s set in a nighttime dreamscape, here you can explore the current place books hold in our culture and how we feel about the written word.
Gingerline Presents The Hideout – Are you the type of person who would enjoy a top-secret, East London supper club where you have no idea what’s about to happen? Great, then Gingerline’s latest dining adventure evening The Hideout will be for you. Previous evenings by this lot have included submarine dining halls and Siberian circus acts, so you know it’s gonna be good. Get your tickets now for the next night before they’re gone and these bad boys sell out fast.
Brooklyn Bowl – Newly opened in London, the Brooklyn Bowl is a mix of live music, good food and drink and bowling – what’s not to love? Get away from boring bowling and head down to the O2 arena for something a bit more lively and be sure to check their calendar for upcoming live shows.
Prowl Presents A Pychedelic Tea Party – If you’re looking something weird but completely wonderful this weekend, head over to Stoke Newington to join our friends at Prowl for ‘far-out cakes and brews plus trippy creative games. Live music from London psyche bands Moksha Medicine and Oscar Suave.’
Build Lego Robots At Drink, Shop, Do – Listed on the upcoming events at Drink, Shop, Do are many wonderful evenings but the one that caught our eye is Lego Robot night. It’s basically your chance to play with some toys and compete for the prize of best bot. There are also cocktails to help things along – how could this get any better?