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Christmas shows and creative writing courses

Snag half-price tickets for festive family fun at Battersea Arts Centre 


Snow White likes to tell stories and paint. Rose Red likes to race with the deer and the wolves. When a friendly bear knocks on their door, the mischievous sisters have no idea it's the beginning of a brave and magical adventure.

This festive season Battersea Arts Centre has teamed up with acclaimed theatre company RashDash for the perfect Christmas treat for the whole family: a magnificent quest for justice, love and friendship. 

Experience the fun with live music, songs and plenty of festive touches - based on the original fairy-tale by the Brothers Grimm. 

Age recommendation: 5+

Londonist has a handful of tickets at a discounted price to the first 10 people to book for 16 December. 

If you're not lucky enough to snag our special offer this time round, you can still get your tickets for this show directly through Battersea Arts Centre at 
www.bac.org.uk/snow

Grab your half-price tickets for 16 December

Take a walk on Bankside's wilder side this Sunday. Learn about the area's colourful and chaotic history on this special Londonist tour.


Underneath Bankside's upmarket yet decidedly bohemian exterior is a chaotic history of raunch and rebellion. Join former Museum of London director Antony Robbins as we explore the seedier side of Bankside with its brothels, bishops, burials, beheadings and burnings. 

Twice - although centuries apart - Bankside was at the heart of events which threatened the very existence of the state. Find out just how the term 'drag queen' was coined in Bankside and discover the darkest secrets of the best little whorehouse in London.

Grab your tickets here for this Sunday. You can't get tickets for this anywhere else and we expect these to sell out. 

Book now

Upgrade your writing skills with a short City Lit course 

It’s nearly the new year, and high time to pick up a new skill (or just brush up on an existing one). So how about flexing those literary muscles? Whether you’re just starting out or ready to publish your first book, every Londoner can gain something from one of City Lit’s short writing courses.

You’ll learn how to write stories, articles and poetry in the same college where big names such as Dylan Thomas, Andrea Levy and Malorie Blackman have all trained and taught - and there’s a fantastic selection of courses available. From the classic novelist and short story workshops, to niche masterclasses in video game and comedy script writing, there’s something for every budding creative to sink their teeth into.

You needn't burn through all your holiday days to attend, either: the courses take place in the evenings, daytimes and at weekends, meaning everyone can find the time to fit learning a new skill around their existing commitments. Click the link below to see the full range of courses on offer, and get those creative juices flowing. 

Book your course now

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