NEXT LEVEL

Transforming the empty multi-storey carpark famed for housing Frank’s café on the rooftop, Peckham Levels is the area’s newest creative, business, and foodie district. The six-year project is providing studios and offices for a number of independent businesses from yoga studios to kids clubs to street food bars and cafes.
Vegetarian and vegan canteen Wildflower is a go-to spot for daytime food, while street food favourites Other Side Fried are serving signature burgers seven days a week
(12-11pm).
www.peckhamlevels.org

SUNDANCE KIDS

Sundance film festival London returns from May 31-June 3 at Picturehouse Central, with international and UK premieres of films from the 2018 edition of the renowned Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah. Get your festival pass for £125 at
www.picturehouse.com/sundance

RAVE NEW WORLD

Big Fish Little Fish is holding a big family rave at Fire / Lightbox in Vauxhall on Saturday 27 January to launch their Camp Bestival warm-up south of England tour. The fancy dress theme is ‘Sailing the Seven Seas’ to fit in with Camp Bestival’s nautical theme.
Expecting about 800 guests, DJs 2 Bad Mice will play the main room while Baker & Beale play a techno set in the tunnel with light up LED ceiling.
2pm-4:30pm. Admission: free for babies, £12 for adults.
www.bigfishlittlefishevents.co.uk

TUNE UP

London’s first Tuneless Choir is launching in Vauxhall, for those who can’t sing in tune but love to do it anyway.

The choir is being set up by Jazz vocalist and singing teacher Talibah Rivers is planning a wide variety of songs for the launch night, from Amy Winehouse’s ‘Valerie’ to some Elvis and Abba classics.

The choir will meet at the Tea House Theatre, 139 Vauxhall Walk, SE11 5HL. Launch night is Wednesday 10 January: doors will open at 7pm with singing starting at 8pm.

Ongoing choir sessions are every second and fourth Wednesday evening of the month, from 8pm until 9.30pm.
Pay as you go: £10 per session/£8 in advance.
Contact Talibah on 07752 522636 or

www.tunelesschoir.com/londonvauxhall

londonvauxhall@tunelesschoir.com

MINI MARATHON

Families in Southwark can get a cardio fix at the Little Half: a fun, family friendly mass participation event that will see 4,000 people running a 2.4 mile course. It is part of the Big Half Festival taking place on Sunday 4 March 2018. The event starts in Southwark Park at 12.30pm and finishes, along with The Big Half, at the iconic Cutty Sark in Greenwich.
It’s the perfect challenge for first-time runners, children and anyone looking to get more healthy and active. The Little Half is not a race and there will not be an official time so you can just take part and have fun. Afterwards, you can head to the Big Festival in Greenwich Park. Applications are open now: Call 020 7902 0200.
Or register at www.thebighalf.co.uk

LGBT ARTS FESTIVAL

Clapham’s Omnibus is hosting a festival of theatre and music that champions achievement and possibility for everyone. Running from February 2-28, the 96 festival features 16 productions and performances of and relating to LGBTQ+ progress, resilience and art. Tickets start at £5. Omnibus Theatre, 1 Northside, Clapham Common, SW4 0QW. Phone: 020 7498 4699.

www.omnibus-clapham.org