Shamen “Glamazon” performs in the shop window
Free films and pedal powered fun at the South London Olympic venue tonight.
It’s a nice day for al fresco Shakespeare.
Author of What a Carve Up! and The Rotters’ Club chats about his work for the Guardian Book Club.
Do banks have a responsibility to contribute to the common good? Evan Davis chairs a debate on the subject tonight at 7pm.
Urban acrobatics comes to the South Bank from 6pm tonight
Amnesty International UK’s Women’s Action Network hosts a film screening followed by a Q&A tonight
Indulge in the inspirational brilliance of Edmund Spenser at Kings Place tonight
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If you’ve not got plans tonight, then we’re very excited by new-ish club night Now We’ve Got Europe. Held at the intimate Three Blind Mice (formerly Eastern-Euro styled Smersh), the night promises the best of French new wave, Dutch rap, German punk, Italo Disco pool-side …
That’s one of the relaxing conversation pieces to be found at a ‘Skeptics in the pub’ meetup. Tonight’s guest speaker is Dr Matthew Smith from Liverpool Hope University, who will talk about fate, the meaning of life and mid-life crises. We caught up with co-organiser …