Welcome to a week of Cheap & beautiful Freeness. Enjoy.
- London Horror Festival – The Etcetera Theatre, Camden
Get in the Halloween mood early with the London Horror Festival. From the 13th-31st The Etcetera Theatre in Camden will be staging a number of performance art pieces that’ll make a chill run down your spine, but hopefully not down your leg, if you have a small bladder I would recommend go to the toilet before the show begins.
There will be at least 1 performance a night, though many of the shows will run for a number of evenings. If you’ve ever wondered what a charming Frankenstein would be like, or where in Dante’s nine circles of hell you’d find Shakespeare’s Richard II then this event is perfect for you.
Address: Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High Street , London NW1 7BU
Cost: From £8 – £11.50, tickets are a little cheaper on concession
Date: 13th – 31st October 2014
The Water Poet Pork Pie Off – The Water Poet, Spitalfields
It’s time for battle, if you’re a lover of the pork pie then get yourself over to Spitalfields for The Water Poet’s Pork Pie Off. In celebration of ‘The Great British Pub’ the best in the pie biz will be showing off the talents in the hope of being crowned King or Queen of the Pork Pie.
Craft beer on tap and tasty treats from the competitors will be available on the night. It’s your civic duty to support the traditions of our fair nation, pie and all!
Address: 9-11 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6BX
Cost: £4 ticket, you’ll receive a pint of craft beer and some pie tasters from the pork pies in the competition.
Date: Tuesday 14th October 2014, from 6pm
- Levi’s Student Lock-in – Levi’s Flagship Store, Regents Street
Levi’s flagship store on Regents St will be holding a student shopping event on Wednesday 15th Oct. If you’re of the student community and are after a sweet deal, plus a bit of booze (the will ask you for ID first) and some tunes then head over to their facebook page for more details about the night.
Address: Levi’s Store, 174 – 176 Regents Street, London, W1R 5DF
Cost: It’s free baby!
Dates: Wednesday 15th October 2014, the start time has not yet been released, keep an eye on Levi’s tweeter account for details, click here.
- Dirty Old London Tour – Bishopsgate Institute, Bishopsgate
Explore the filthy world of Victorian London during this talk with Lee Jackson. Find out how the people fought to turn the cesspit of a Capital into what we know and love today, with the peculiar beginnings of the public toilet to the intro of public baths.
Address: Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4QH
Cost: £9, cheaper with concession, tickets available here.
Dates: Thursday 16th October 2014, starts at 7.30pm
- Rotten Hill Gang – Paradise by way of Kensal Green, Kensal Green
“West London favourites, Rotten Hill Gang, return to entertain you with a high energy live set of big instruments and even bigger vocals. Resident DJs in support playing a mash up of hip hop, house, disco and party favourites.”
What more needs to be said.
Address: Paradise by way of Kensal Green, 19 Kilburn Lane, Kensal Green, London, W10 4AE
Contact: www.theparadise.co.uk, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday 17th October 2014, 8pm – 2am
- VIP Records and Music Fair – Central Hall Westminster, Westminster
To all you music conosur out there, get down to Westminster on Saturday 18th Oct for the largest record, CD and music related memorabilia fair in the Country.
Any and everything music based available under one very large Westminster roof, plus there’ll be a cafe so there’ll be food too.
Address: Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate, Westminster, SW1H 9NH,
Cost: £3 entry, £6 for early birds from 8.30am-10am
Date: Saturday 18th October 2014, from 10am, 8.30am for early bird entry