Douglas and Gordon’s Weekend Guide: Battersea, Battersea Park, Balham, Clapham South
Friday, November 22, 2013 by Douglas And Gordon
Winter may be bringing the cold with it, but there is plenty to do indoors this weekend. Have a look at Douglas and Gordon’s weekend guide to get some ideas that will keep you warm!
Find out just how dirty the English really were at Wandsworth museum’s new exhibition. The display answers questions about how hygienic the Tudor’s were and how they tried to clean themselves, the history of fatal diseases in London and many other cringe worthy subjects. Admission is £4 and free for under sixes.
The ever-popular Banana Caberet comedy show is back at the Bedford this Friday and Saturday. This exciting line-up includes acts like John Moloney, Junior Simpson and Paul Tonkinson. Doors open at 7.30pm and the show lasts from 9pm until 11pm. Tickets cost from £14 to £16.
Visit ‘Salon Adrienne’ and go on a journey with Adrienne, the trainee hairdresser from Lavender Hill played by the hilarious Adrian Howells this Friday. This intimate one-on-one performance will leave you touched and giggling but luckily with no less hair. Tickets cost£12 and will running time is 40 minutes. You can book through the Battersea theatre box office, or online.
The Clapham Grand
Feedme Music presents a lineup of up-and-coming local artists this Friday at the Clapham Grand. The list includes UK greats such as Centrefold and Senakah. Doors open at 7pm and the performance is strictly over 18s. Tickets at the door will cost you £10.