I know it’s been a little quiet on here recently, so I apologise for that.
Still, I wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and the best for 2010.
LondonLovelies will be back soon with more things to fill your free time with!
Until then, ho ho hope you have a great holiday.
Further to my post on the Portobello Road Winter Festival last week, they have announced even more free stuff to add to the list down there!
There is now a FREE burlesque class happening at Mensah Vintage Clothing on Wednesday, December 9. I did a burlesque dance class at my sister’s hen night, which proved to be much fun, so I would definitely recommend having a go!
The class starts at 8pm and you need to book a place. You can email GUESTLIST@DAREEVENTS.CO.UK to put your name down.
If you need further incentive, there will be free mulled wine and food too!
Go on and shake your tail feather…
The British Film Institute screens LGBT films every month, and this month is no exception.
Billed as films ‘that might not otherwise find a place outside the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival’, the movies are a mix of old and new.
This week why not try out The Haunting, an adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s ‘The Haunting of Hill House’. It’s showing on Sunday, December 13 and costs £9 for adults and £6.50 for students and the unwaged.
If you can’t make it this week, another film that’s coming up over the next few weeks is Can’t Stop The Music, which is a film starring The Village People. Worth a watch just for the anthems ‘YMCA’ and ‘In The Navy’….
Can’t Stop The Music is showing on December 17 and 19. Check out the website for more details, and films that are coming up in January.
Stuff you should know: The BFI is situated on London’s Southbank. Nearest tube is Waterloo.
If you want to do your Christmas shopping in style, consider heading to the Oxford Street area this Saturday.
Oxford Street and Regent Street are becoming traffic-free for the day, in an attempt to get VIPs – that’s Very Important Pedestrians – to hit the shops.
There’ll be promotions, entertainment and even a chill out zone – which you’ll probably need after encountering the hoardes of crowds. Ladies, head to River Island to get free makeovers from Bourjois and Toni & Guy.
Nearest Tube: Oxford Street.
Sunday nights are boring, right? All you’ve got to look forward to is the prospect of work on Monday morning.
This Sunday sees Comedy Baby return to the Camden Head on Camden High Street, and here’s the best bit – it’s totally FREE!
The line up is as follows:
and MC Kieran Boyd
7:30pm doors; the gig starts at 8pm.
Nearest Tube: Camden Town
Let us know how it is if you go!
Filed under Comedy, N London
Still looking for Christmas gifts? Looking for something interesting to do midweek?
Try the Portobello Road Winter Festival. Offering free film screenings, dance workshops, free tastings, food markets and a Santa’s Grotto, the market – along Portobello Road and Golborne Road offers a host of entertainment.
In addition, Martin Miller’s Gin are offering free cocktails throughout the festival between 6-7pm – woohoo!
The market takes place from 4-9pm every Wednesday until December 16. Check out the website for more details and download the flyer to take advantage of various discounts and offers.
This week’s films are The Wizard of Oz and Paris Is Burning.
Nearest Tube: Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill Gate or Westbourne Park