Tis Friday I do believe!

Whoop Whoop – it’s friday again – how does it come by so fast….and yet, pay day still seems to take a million years to come around.

Having looked at my bank balance and then given myself a fright of how close it is until Christmas and how many goodies I need to buy I think I will be hibernating – and then hyperventalating at how crowded the shops have become.

Anyway – for those of you London folk wanting things to do this weekend…..

 

Made London at One Marylebone

http://www.madelondon.org/

This is a contemporary design fair – now in its second year – lovely original works from glass works to textiles to ceramics.  So if you are creative or have a creative flare or want ideas if you are home decorating then this is the place to be!

 

Affordable Art Fair at Battersea Park

http://affordableartfair.com/battersea/Anything from £40 to £4,000 bad yourself a bargain – maybe or just check out some art work

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Halloween Movie Mash Up Weekend at the Portobello Pop Up Cinema

http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/event/32712634-halloween-movie-mash-up-weekend-at-the-portobello-pop-up-cinema

Classics such as the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Nightmare on Elm Street will be showing, I hear there will also be apple bobbing and pumpkin carving going on as well!

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Belle’s Vintage Wedding Fair at Spitalfields Market – this Saturday

http://www.bellesevents.co.uk/belles-vintage-wedding-fair-old-spitalfields-market-london/

Vintage wedding dresses a plenty for inspiration as well as cake makers and dressmakers – pretty much anything you need to make a vintage themed wedding happen!

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Behind the Boosh – Photography by Dave Brown at Proud Gallery

http://www.timeout.com/london/comedy/behind-the-boosh-see-our-exclusive-pictures

Dave Brown was Bollo the Gorilla in the Mighty Boosh and he has captured the time in images of behind the scenes giving you a glimpse into their world.

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Two War Photography Exhinitions as the Imperial War Museum

http://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/iwm-london

Fully capturing the horrors of war.  Humbling.

London International Animation Festival begins on Friday at Barbican Cinemas.

http://www.liaf.org.uk/

Animation for kids, sci-fi and documentaries from around the world!

 

London Comic Con at Excel is on featuring all things comic-y and geeky-y!

http://www.mcmcomiccon.com/london/

£10 for adults and £6 for kiddies.

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