Twentysomething London's Best Things To Do This Week

Twenty Something London is an online city guide uncovering the independents you shouldn't miss. This week's top five events include everything from live music nights to independent markets, or supper clubs and free talks.
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Twenty Something London is an online city guide uncovering the independents you shouldn't miss. This week's top five events include everything from live music nights to independent markets, or supper clubs and free talks.

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London On The Inside are back with their ‘Presents’ night at Birthdays, filled with live music from some of London’s newest acts. Join headliners The Fauns this month and revel in new music and a night of epic tunes.

Music, Dalston 

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Book yourself into The Pickled Forks new America meets England supper club Brixton Diner.

It'll be a meal of mind blowing proportions and a feast for all your senses, as chefs Chris and Alex run their newest pop-up over two weekends this March.

Supper Club, Brixton

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Get yourself down to The Village Green Market for a showcase of local talent every Sunday. Makers, creators, food stalls and cocktail shakers will welcome all you punters to enjoy this casual weekend funday of food, trinkets and new designers for this outdoor shopping haven.

Market, Hackney Downs

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Heads up fans of theatre in quirky places. Over the next month Wilton’s Music Hall have a magical dream-like play running in it's beautiful surroundings. It'll be the last show before restoration works begin to update the historic building, so it's a TSL must.

Theatre, Aldgate East

Get involved with this months free Holborn Workshop talk where The Seedy Side of Shakespeare will be the hot topic of the evening. Delivered by the co-founder of The Shakespeare Academy himself, Adam D’Souza, you'll hear tales about this legendary dramatist you've never heard before.

Talks, Bethnal Green