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Things to do in London 18th November – 1st December

Hawker House

By on 17/11/2013

Time for some more London tips. Christmas is getting close and the town is bubbling right now – here are my top tips for the next 2 weeks or so with exhibitions, film, theatre, music and more

Goldie – Lost Tribes Exhibition @ Mean Carney Gallery (14th November – 24th November)


Drum ‘n’ bass don and fine artist Goldie is back with his latest exhibition – The Lost Tribes. It features 20 new original art works on wood in handmade frames that have connections to artistic expression of the ancient tribes of Africa, Asia and America

Check the video for an introduction from the man himself

Mead Carney
45 Dover Street, Mayfair,WS1 4FF
10am – 6pm on weekdays and 10am – 5pm on weekends


Asian Movies Meetup Group @ The Jetlag Bar (Monday 18th November)
The London Korean Film Festival just ended and if you missed out there is some more Asian movie action for you. The 3rd Monday of every month at The Jetlag Bar in Fitzrovia, the 2 best Asian movie distributors Third Window Films and Terracotta Distribution have come together to give you a monthly free night of movies, good food, quizzes and give aways.

Each month the movie is a surprise – they have shown everything from classic kung fu movies to the George Lucas produced Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters.

Also did I mention its free every month?

Asian Movies Meetup Group
Jetlag Bar, 125 Cleveland Street, W1T 6QB
3rd Monday of every month


Punch Drunk – A Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable @ Temple Studios (Tuesday to Saturdays until 30th December)

Punch Drunk – The Secret Cinema of the theatre world present A Drowned Man. A theatre experience that spans over 4 levels of what used to be a large Royal Mail sorting office and is now re-envisaged as Temple Studios.

Inspired by Georg Büchner’s fractured masterpiece Woyzeck, The Drowned Man is a truly immersive theatre experience set amongst the fading glamour of 1960s Los Angeles and explores the darkness of the Hollywood dream. This unconventional theatre experience gives you the audience free reign to navigate the vast world of the production following whichever characters you choose across the 4 level creative space. The more you immerse yourself in this theatrical world the more you will gain from the experience

A Drowned Man
Temple Studios, 31 London Street, W2 1DJ
Tuesdays to Sunday – 7pm weekdays and 5pm & 9pm weekends


Hawker House Night Market (Friday & Saturdays)

Street Feast are back in a new temporary indoor venue for those colder climates. Hawker House is inspired by the hawker centres of Singapore which are open air street food and drink complexes that sell a whole host of inexpensive food. If you’ve been to Street Feast’s past events at Dalston & Merchant Yards then you know its foodie heaven.

Amongst the food vendors on rotation are Borough Market’s Bob’s Lobsters, Mama Jerk, Smokestak with his 4.5 tonne smoker providing you with that beef and ribs goodness, Spit & Roast, the mighty Chinese bun specialist Yum Bun and more. On top of that there are 3 different bars. It runs every Friday and Saturday night for the next few weeks

Hawker House
38-50 Pritchards Road, London, E2 8AP
Friday & Saturday nights, 5pm – 2am,
Free before 8 then £5


London Remixed Festival (saturday 23rd November)
1 night – 7 stages- 1 ticket
The last festival of the season is here!

London Remixed Festival is the after party to end all after parties, bringing the best bands straight from the dirty fields of 2012’s coolest festivals to the wild concrete heart of East London.

There will be fun and madness, jubilant dance frolics and exceptional live music from the UK’s finest emerging global bands. Expect remixed sounds from ghetto funk, drum and bass, reggae, anarchic hoedown, Latin breaks, brass band hip hop, electro-Afro music, Balkan beats, blues remix, electro swing, tropical bass, Ethiopian dub, DMC scratch masters + more. London Remixed Festival is a celebration of the best emerging musical talent and genres

Movimientos will be hosting the Village Underground from 8pm with hot live and mixed sounds from Ska to Cumbia, Chicha to Cuban Timba, Reggae to Dancehall and Tropical Bass… as well as a whole lot more at The Rich Mix, Bedroom Bar & The Strongrooms

London Remixed Festival
Saturday 23rd November
Various Locations, Shoreditch, East London
£15 – tickets from
Breaking Bad Marathon @ The Prince Charles Cinema (Friday 30th November)
To celebrate the forthcoming Complete Series Boxset release of Breaking Bad on Blu-ray & DVD on Monday 25th November, London’s best cinema The Prince Charles Cinema is bringing you a very special one-off screening of the pilot and the last 16 episodes to the highest-rated show of all time to the big-screen in one epic all-nighter.

And guess what – its free!!! The prince Charles Cinema are giving away tickets throught their website as well as many media partners

As always with PCC events, fancy dress is strongly encouraged with prizes to be won on the night & priority entry for those in full costume

The Prince Charles Cinema
7 Leicester Pl, London WC2H 7BY
Friday 30th November – 8pm all night london (bring your sleeping bag and blue meth)


Sampled – Sample Sale & Record Fair @ The Vibe Bar (30th November & 1st December)

London’s biggest hip hop promters The Doctor’ Orders return with Sampled for its 5th event combining their trademark multi brand streetwear sample sale with record fair and solo art sale at a social event that offers so much more than your typical smash and grab sample sale.

Since 2011 Sampled has bloomed and now boasts many of the hottest streetwear brands around at a fraction of their usual price. They also boast six of the UK’s best record dealers selling crates of Vinyl & CDs.

On top of this there is live art, DJs all day and food in the court yard – its a fun day out even if you’re buying things or not

The Vibe Bar
91 – 95 Brick Ln, London E1 6QL
Saturday 30th November – Sunday 1st December – 12pm – 6pm

By Tendai – Cognitive Space