THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE
FreeFilm @Grand Union Thursday 8pm onwards
The Bar and Grill group hold a free film night every Thursday in their rather pretty Beer Garden. Films start at 8 but get there before and take advantage of their two for one cocktails, just the thought of it makes us feel summery. Check- out facebook.com/grandunion
for more deets.
FreeCLUBBING @ T-bar, 18-22 Houndsditch, Aldgate, London, EC3A 7LP
Monday – Sunday. With a new lo- cation that takes you downstairs into a decent sized main room and upstairs for an even larger bar area, it’s free all week except Friday and Saturday (after 11pm £8) and has attracted some big names to date.
@ Strongroom, 120 Curtain Road,Hoxton/Shoreditch, EC2A 3SQ Saturdays
7pm – 1am. An excellent weekly sesh of 60s/70s freakbeat, trash, and 60/70s surf and vintage choonidge. Oh, and it’s all on vinyl from DJ Vinyl Warrior.
@ The London Fields, 137 Mare St, London, E8 3RH Sundays
8pm – 2am. Disco Bloodbath’s Da- mon Martin, Daniel Shepherd and weekly guests take this gastropub to new levels with disco, techno, electro-pop, new wave and indie beats.
@ Cargo, 83 Rivington St, Shoreditch EC2A 3AY Fridays
7pm – 3am. ‘Eat Your Own Ears’ = popular weekly freebie with con- tinuous genre-hopping line-ups.
FreeMUSIC @ Bar Uno, 4 Inverness Street, Camden, NW1 7HJ Wednesdays
9.30pm – late. DJ Younis dishes out favourite tropical flavours, funky house, electro and hip hop.
@ Ain’t Nothin’ But, 20 Kingly St, Soho, W1B 5PZ Monday – Wednesday
6pm – 1am. Live Blues music in a friendly, international and intimate atmosphere.
Our capital leads the world when it comes to free art for the masses. Among the best: Natural History Museum, Imperial War Museum, Museum of London, British Muse- um, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Na- tional Portrait Gallery and the V&A.
@ The Serpentine Gallery,
@ The Albert & Pearl, 181 Upper Street, N1 1RQ
A weekly comedy show fea- turing 15 new acts on the open spot.
Grand Union Thursday
Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA Monday – Sunday
10am – 6pm. Kicking off its 40th anniversary celebrations with the ‘Modern Moral Matters’ exhibition by the veteran British artist Richard Hamilton, expect a plethora of the artist’s political works and use of multiples.
@ The Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, W1U 3BN Monday – Sunday
10am – 5pm. Artists such as Tit- ian, Rembrandt and Hals exhibited alongside a superb collection of porcelain, furniture and gold boxes - probably the best to be found any- where outside of France.
FreeKaraoke @ The Birdcage, 80 Colum- Bia Road, Bethnal Green/Old
@ The Source Below, 78 Brewer Street, Soho, W1F 9TY
Tuesdays & Wednesdays 8-9pm Watch contentious New York comic Lewis Schaffer go from unlovable loser to alpha male winner as he performs his social and political satire with funny-bone self-destruction. Free entry with a voluntary collection taken at the end.
@ Camden Head, 2 Cam- den Walk, Camden, N1 8DY ‘Every Other Monday’ is
a fortnightly gig showcas- ing best new comedians & established acts in one of Camden’s oldest boozers.
Street, E2 7QB Fridays & Saturdays
9pm - 3am. A little saddened and lost without X-factor’s coming to an end? Fancy yourself a bit of a Frank Sinatra or Paloma Faith? Why not keep the song alive at this quintes- sential English pub with a reputa- tion that precedes it. Reasonably- priced drinks go hand-in-hand with a great crowd that mixes local east- enders and trendy Shoreditch cat. Expect to listen (and sing along) to a massive range of music - every- thing from ‘70s pop songs to new popular indie tracks.
A gym with sense, as
well as all the luxurious spas (health & beauty), up to date, brand spanking new equip- ment, some of the highest trained professionals and best work out programmes in the world.
Virgin Active health clubs now have free wifi and Playstations in some of their new V-Cafes.
Finally people who appreciate the importance of a finger work out! Who said the gym was for squares...
We are giving away free membership to Londons finest chain of Gyms, Virgin Activa Health Clubs. The overall winner will receive a one year membership that is worth up to £1300 (ooohhhhhhh) and three runners up will win a 1 month membership (ahhhhh)
Look out for next months issue, you could be one of the lucky
THE GUESTLIST NETWORK | MAY 2010
Snickers, GET SOME NUTS!
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Bongo Headphone (chocolate brown)
When Pete at WeSC
flowed me a pair of their latest Bongo headphones to try I was the envy of the whole office. As you can imagine everyone at The
Guestlist Network loves their music and we’re always looking for new, exciting and fashion- able ways to listen to our favorite tunes. The WeSC Bongo headphone is a definite winner and ticks all the boxes. When they arrived I opened the box eagerly and was delighted to find my new headphones looking very fly. Not too chunky, but with an excellent sound quality and the best thing about them is I keep my music to my- self. No tinny noises for
my colleagues to get annoyed when I’m jamming to my favorite tune, oh and the bassline, that is to die for.
I’ve had more compli-
ments about these head- phones than any other new accessory I’ve got my hands on of late. Widely available in outlets around London – includ- ing their Covent Garden store and Rough Trade on Dray Walk, Brick Lane. If you love music on the go, I suggest you get your hands
on a pair of these.
Here’s what WeSC has to say about them:
“We’re very proud of our Bongo headphone, it comes in as many colours as the rainbow and has great styling and build with a super comfy headband, and it sounds real good too!! Its our choice of headphone for our Activists collaborations head- phones, that this season are with: Stretch Armstrong, The Berrics, Crookers, Pase Rock, and Mat- thew Weinstein” Enjoy!!!
Get Crunked Energy Drink!
‘Crunk’ - the new energy drink to hit the UK market.
Available in three fruity flavours Grape & Acai, Mango & Peach
With a unique mix of natural herbs designed to invigorate – Crunk has a special blend of Ashwanga, Horny Goat Weed (known for its aphrodisiac properties), Skull Cap, White Willow and Pome- granate Berry – and trust us the effects from drinking Crunk are also unique.
When we at The Guestlist Net- work were asked to have a sip and give our verdict – here is what our
top tasters had to say about it…
“Tastes fruity, yummmm” (unlike some energy drinks Crunk scores points on taste).
“One can and I’m on it” it does what it says on the tin.
All in all a thumbs up for the Horny Goat Weed energy drink – Go and get some at a store near you today.
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To enter email firstname.lastname@example.org
Beach Break Live
include Calvin Harris, Chase & Status, Ellie Goulding, Plan B, Fu- tureheads, Example, New Young Pony Club, I Blame Coco, Daisy Dares You, Beardyman and Dan le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip, Kitty Daisy and Lewis, Band of Skulls, Plasti- cian, Lucky Soul, A1 Bassline and more... Alongside a host of DJ talent including Annie Mac, High Contrast, Sub focus, Fake Blood and old favourites Scratch Perverts and Dub Pistols Soundsystem that will ensure you party long into the night. Enter now and you and a friend can enjoy four days of sun, sea, sand, surf and music courtesy of The Guestlist Network. We’re giving away two pairs of VIP tickets, just make sure you have the right shades. See www.beachbreaklive.com
for more details. All you have to do to enter is let us know who your most looking forward to seeing either:
email your entries to email@example.com
or post it on our Facebook Fan page.
In case you missed it yesterday: Snickers is looking for your
help putting together the Ultimate Workout Tunes playlist. What are the songs that get you running to the beat? Submit your favou- rites for a chance to win a box of snickers or a year´s subscription to spotify by emailing the address below, or by posting on the snickers/Mr T fanpage on facebook. Voting will start next week.
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