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Eyeskate @ Jubilee Gardens / until 6th Jan 2013


Open: 10:00 – 21:00 check online

@ London Eye, South Bank, London SE1 7PB

Tickets: from around £10.00 book


The open-air Eyeskate rink is situated in Jubilee Gardens, in the shadow of the London Eye. You don’t need to book a flight on the Eye in order to skate but various packages are on offer for those who wish to do so. Sessions last 45 minutes. Under-8s must be accompanied on the ice by an adult.

Love Dance Somalia @ Corsica Studios / Wednesday 9th May 2012


20:00 – 02:00

@ Corsica Studios
4/5 Elephant Road,
SE17 1LB

Entry: £5 All proceeds going to charities


Love Dance is about refusing not to see. It’s about people whose lives don’t fit into influential political channels, but who need to be recognised. We’re saying that we don’t accept that the rest of the world is not our problem.

But it’s also about raising money! All proceeds will go to charities working against the humanitarian crisis in Somalia. We’ve bought together probably the most vibesing lineup you’ll get in London for £5 all summer. Please join us in showing some love for the people of Somalia.

Lets not forget about people who need our help and see this as an opportunity to party for a good cause.
All proceeds will go to charities working in Somalia

On top of that the line up is great:

Benji B
Scratcha DVA
Josey Rebelle
Jon Rust
Mr Wonderful
Radi Dadi
Dom Fader
+ Special Guests TBA

The Nabokov Arts Club: Fable @ BAC / Untill Saturday 3rd March 2012


20:00 – 02:00

@ The Battersea Arts Centre
Lavender Hill,
SW11 5TN

Entry: £18 Tickets
£20 On the Door


A huge theatrical line-up features two headline nabokov exclusives from two big names; ‘Fairytales’, a hilarious comic duologue by massive talent Jack Thorne, writer of nabokov’s recent Fringe First winning, Time Out and New York Times Critics’ Choice production ‘Bunny’ as well as a host of top drawer television credits (Skins/This is England ’86 and ‘88/The Fades) and ‘The Joys of Love’, a musical subversion of the Cinderella story by Evening Standard awards-nominated composer and Doctor Who star Arthur Darvill, with lyrics by Morgan Lloyd-Malcolm and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Plus, ‘The Fantastical Tale of the Boy on the Run’, a fairy-tale for grown-ups by Flying Dutchman Theatre, told with a huge pop-up book!

The night will include:

A musical subversion of the Cinderella story by Doctor Who star Arthur Darvill
A short play about fairytales by This is England ’88 writer Jack Thorne
Live funk, ska, dub and hip hop from King Porter Stomp
Modern folk adaptations of Aesop’s Fables by Gavin Osborn
Hidden dens, slumber parties, animal face painting, pop-up performances and more!

A night of eclectic performances.

Designs of the Year 2012 @ Design Museum / Until Sunday 15th July 2012


Daily 10am – 5.45pm
Last admission at 5.15pm

@Design Museum
28 Shad Thames

Entry:£11 adults
£10 concessions
£7 Students

This includes a £1 voluntary charitable donation. This voluntary donation will help the museum raise funds for the care and exhibition of its collection. Please let us know when buying your ticket if you do not wish to make this charitable donation.

Tickets without donation are:
£10 adults
£9 concessions
£6 students


The Design Museum’s Design Awards, ‘the Oscars of the design world’, showcase the most innovative and progressive designs from around the world, spanning seven categories: Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Furniture, Graphics, Product and Transport. A high profile judging panel will decide the best entries in each of the seven categories. Category award winners and the overall winner of the Design of the Year Award 2012 will be announced at an Awards event in April 2012.

This year’s nominations can be viewed at the exhibtion blog at designsoftheyear.com

Skrillex & Friends @ Electric Brixton / Friday 17th & 18th February 2012


23:00 – 04:30

@Electric Brixton
Town Hall Parade,

Entry: Tickets £15

Friday Tickets
Saturday Tickets


For you Dubstep fans, here’s a little something for you.

SKRILLEX is part of a new generation of artists that refuse to be restricted by preconceived notions or outside expectations. “Genre has never been important to me,” he insists. “I’ve never thought about music that way.”

SKRILLEX stands not only at the vanguard of electronic dance music, but the perpetually evolving new music industry as a whole.

With Zane Lowe and Alvin Risk joining Skrillex on February 17th, and Zane Lowe, SebastiAn and Alvin Risk on February 18th these nights will be a blow away event.

We have two pairs of tickets one for each night.

All you have to answer is a simple question.

What is Skrillex’s real name?

Send your answers to competitions@informedlondon.com
Place Skrillex in the subject line, include your contact details and what date you would like to attend.


Competition closes on Thursday 16th February 2012 Midday

Competition Closed

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