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My Idea of Fun @ StolenSpace / Friday 26th April 2013


Doors: 18:00 – 21:00

@ StolenSpace Gallery, Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

Free entry


‘My idea of fun’ is a new exhibition of artworks by David Shillinglaw that moves between street and studio, a presentation of paintings on canvas, found objects transformed and spirited wall murals.


The Other Art Fair @ Ambika P3 / until Sunday 28th April 2013


Thursday 25th – 17:00 – 19:00 (private view)
Friday 26th – 11:00 – 19:00
Saturday 27th – 11:00 – 19:00
Sunday 28th – 11:00 – 18:00

@ The Other Art Fair, Ambika P3, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS

Tickets: from £6 book online

London’s leading artist-led fair that connects art lovers of all tastes and experience directly with the most talented emerging artists before they are signed.

Throughout the days there will be creative things to enlighten, entertain and inspire visitors including live performance art, free curated walks, acoustic music sessions and a bar to relax with a coffee or a refreshing cocktail away from the bustle of the fair.

Rooftop Film Club @ Queen of Hoxton and Kensington Roof Gardens / throughout the year


Various times

Queen of Hoxton, 1-5 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3JX

The Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA

Tickets: from £12 book online

Now the weather is starting to brighten up and get itself together there really is nothing better than taking part in outdoor screenings in two of London’s best venues. Enjoy yourself, have a drink and watch your favourite films.

Lots of films are being shown so check the website for current listings. Flight of the Navigator will be showing on the 5 May and Willow on the 6 May at the Queen of Hoxton.

Win 2 Tickets & a Pizza for Reel Music @ Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes / Saturday 4th May 2013



Win 2 tickets & pizza @REEL_MUSIC Movie Soundtrack Club / Sat May 4th / @BloomsburyLanes @informedlondon RT & follow!


Doors 8pm-3am

@ Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes
Basement of Tavistock Hotel,

Tickets £5 advance booking, £7 all night on the door

Every few months InFormed London wait eagerly for the return of REEL MUSIC – and they STRIKE BACK this month with the tagline: May the 4th be with you! Ok, yes,  it’s obvious this is a movie-themed club night, and for film fans it’s an uninhibited haven in an underground bowling alley. Here’s what you can expect:

FANCY DRESS is highly encouraged! Come as your favourite film character. Plus… OSCARS awarded to the best dressed. AMERICAN DINER for a Pulp Fiction style snack. POOL if you fancy yourself the Hustler, get your game on! ARCADE GAMES for some old skool arcade action and TEN PIN BOWLING if you want to be ‘the Dude’ and play a few frames as the soundtracks spin. Lanes are pre-bookable (or available on the night) at an additional fee, as are KARAOKE ROOMS, if you want to provide your own musical entertainment. Too much Dirty Dancing?! Take a seat in the CINEMA area where classic movie scores await you! Finally, the PAPARAZZI – snapper to the stars – will be on hand to capture the memories.

We’ve already got our costumes ready, what about you?

“Dancing, Drinking, Bowling, Karaoke, Cinema, Popcorn, Soundtracks… REEL MUSIC, a ‘5 Star’ night out for film fans!”
Empire Magazine

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Murder in the Library: An A-Z of Crime Fiction @ British Library / until 12th May 2013


Monday, Wednesday-Friday 9.30 – 18.00
Tuesday 9.30 – 20.00
Saturday 9.30 – 17.00
Sunday and Bank Holidays 11.00 – 17.00

@ British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

Free entry

A thrilling investigation of crime fiction from the early 1800s to the present day, featuring many of Britain’s best known sleuths.

Crime fiction is not about the squalid details of a murder or the bungling incompetence of a police detective; it is about society, and what happens to it when order breaks down.

Britain, it is safe to say, has had a healthy fascination with this genre of fiction for over 200 years, and this exhibition at the British Library presents an A-Z of crime novels, from the gas-lit horrors of the Victorian era to the pulp paper backs of the 1930s. Locked rooms, monkeys, speckled bands and dark strangers from foreign lands, the peculiar world of the murder mystery is here in all its disquieting glory for the amateur criminologist to enjoy.

NoFit State: Bianco @ Roundhouse / until Thursday 27th April 2013


Doors: various

@ Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH

Tuesday to Thursday and matinees £25
Friday and Saturday evenings £29.50

Bianco is an immersive promenade experience that takes place above, behind and all around a standing audience. With a constantly evolving narrative set to a pounding soundtrack performed by a live band, this is the kind of all-consuming theatrical experience that can only happen at the Roundhouse.

Record Store Day @ London / Saturday 20th April 2013


Through Out Day

@ London

Entry: £FREE

Today is Record Store Day, a day to support your local independent record store, have a smell and feel of what a vinyl record gives off.
Help support these resources of music knowledge.

We have a put together a small list of a couple in London:

Sister Ray: 34-35 Berwick Street Soho W1F 8RP
Reckless Records: 30 Berwick Street Soho W1F 8RH
Brill Record: 27 Exmouth Market London EC1R 4QL
Rough Trade East: 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
Rat Records: 348 Camberwell New Road London SE5 0RW
Honest Jons Records: 278 Portobello Road London W10 5TE
Flash Back: 50 Essex Road Islington London N1 8LR

Check out for a great range of stores in London.
Enjoy scouting for those rare records

Take a look at what Ghostpoet thinks of Records

Pop Up Ping Pong @ disused Kensington pub / Saturday 20th April 2013


Doors: 18:30 – 01:00

@ The (disused) Kensington Pub, 54 Russell Gardens, London W14 8EZ

Tickets: £5 book online

PUPP are back! After a smashing launch party in March they’re at the disused Kensington pub for another night of flying balls aplenty. They’ve still got it all: gamin’, boozin’ and finger-lickin’ food. Featuring four Olympic-sized tables and due to its former popularity the beerpong corner will also be making a comeback.

Four Olympic sized tables
Beerpong corner
Burgers by #BRGR
Drinks from £2!

Balls of Fury

Shoreditch Shake @ Paradise Inn / Friday 19th April 2013


Doors: 22:00 – 05:30

@ Paradise Inn, 281 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AS

Tickets: £5 before 3:00 £7 after

As all of us who had a chance to witness the fitness of the fantastic Dalson Shake madness still can’t get over a huge success that it has proved to be, Club Youth Wasted, is putting its magic together again and baking you a yet another crazy SHOREDITCH SHAKE. This party is going to be fire, you don’t want to miss out! So join for an epic night of getting trolleyed and dancing shoes off like there’s no tomorrow!

The venue has two massive dance floors with 400 people capacity. As always the hottest entertainment for the night. There will be the sickest live performers, DJ sets, art visuals, dancers and more.

Naddy Sane
Alex Borisov
Lexus Nexus
Andie Macario

Visual Artist:

Irina Lily Bondar

Hip-Hop Karaoke @ The Social / Thursday 18th April 2013


Doors: 19:00 – 01:00

@ The Social, 5 Little Portland St, W1W 7JD

£5 on the door
£3 email

Putting a fresh twist on the ancient art of karaoke, HHK Lets you get on the mic and act out your rap fantasies to the fullest, whether that includes teaming up with friends to rock through a Wu-Tang jam, living the lyrical highlife like Jay-Z or Drake, bawsin it like Rick Ross, celebrating summertime with The Fresh Prince or acting all crazy like Nicki Minaj or Ol Dirty Bastard. You can now find HHK every Thursday at The Social.  It’s no exaggeration to say that this is a legendary night out and you’d be crazy not to get there early.

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