Where to go and what to do this week in London

Listings Monday November 28- Sunday December 5

Monday

Nokia Lumia presents deadmau5.Deadmau5 will perform in front of the Millbank Tower to a backdrop of spectacular 3D projections on the full length of the 120 metre building. The show starts at 9pm and the entrance is free.

Do not Disturb @ Ama-Gi. Kingston’s cheapest students night is back. With drinks from£ 1 and the latest tunes it’ll be hard not to have a good time. 9.30pm-2am.

Tuesday

Peace and Dub @ Bacchus. If you feel like moving your feet to Reggae, Ska, Roots, Dubstep and Dancehall- Bacchus is the place to be. £ 2 before 11pm with flyer, £ 3 after 11pm with flyer, £ 4 all night without flyer. 10pm-3am.

http://www.bacchuslatebar.co.uk/whatson#peacedub

Phat Tuesday @ Oceana. Urban music student night bringing you all the latest tunes. 10pm-3am.

http://www.oceanaclubs.com/kingston-upon-thames/event/92932/phat-tuesdays-2011#

Wednesday

New Noise @ Bacchus. Get ready for some Punk, Emo and hardcore from 10pm-3am.Only £ 2 before 11pm with flyer, £ 3 after 11pm with flyer, £ 4 all night without flyer.

http://www.bacchuslatebar.co.uk/whatson#newnoise

Fuzzy Logic Paint Party @ Oceana. Europe’s biggest paint party with paint cannons, sprays and 75 litres of glow paint just for you.  Go to Woo Woo bar for an early 2-4-1 cocktail and gain free entrance into Oceana before 11pm.

http://www.oceanaclubs.com/kingston-upon-thames/event/95436/fuzzy-logic%3a-paint-party#

Thursday

“Whose line is it anyway?” @ Soho Theatre. In Paul Provenza’s Set List comics get 30 seconds to look at a list of obscure topics and make up material about them there and then, on the spot. This week’s guests: Rich Hall, Phill Jupitus, Robin Ince and Adam Bloom.Tickets are £15 and the show starts at 11.30pm. 21 Dean St, LondonW1D 3NE

http://www.timeout.com/london/search/?tag_id=&date=next7days&cuisine=&area_vis=&area=&keyword=listings&postcode=&submit=1

Friday

Traditional Christmas Market @ Southbank Centre. Loads of seasonal treats and a lovely Christmas atmosphere for all ages, the Christmas market makes a welcome return to London. 10am-10pm. http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/whatson/traditional-christmas-market-at-southbank-centre-article-11246.html

Dirty @ Hippodrome. Party and Chart songs combined with the best of the 80s, 90s and 00s and a some hip-hop tunes will make sure you have a good time.£5 before 11pm, £ 7 after 11pm. Doors are open from 10pm-3am.

http://www.kingstonhippodrome.co.uk/kingston-upon-thames/event/96479/dirty#

Saturday

Midnight Boom @ Bacchus. Rock N Roll, Indie, Pop and Rock tunes will get you on the dance floor. £ 3 before 11pm with flyer, £ 6 all night without flyer.

http://www.bacchuslatebar.co.uk/whatson#midnightboom

Jongleurs Christmas Show @ Oceana. Eat, drink, laugh and dance all under one roof. Jongleurs, Britain’s biggest comedy night comes to Oceana. Doors are open from 7pm, show starts at 8.30pm. Book your ticket for here http://www.completenightout.com/?utm_source=venue-site&utm_medium=event&utm_campaign=jongleurs

Sunday

Ice skating @ The Tower of London. Skate daily at the Tower of London until the 8th of January. Adults Off peak tickets (weekdays until 4pm) are £ 10.50, peak tickets (all weekends and weekdays from 5.15pm) are £ 12.50. Beat the Queue and book your ticket online.http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/tower-of-london-ice-skating-tickets.aspx

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