In The Loop

February Event Highlights in London

In this series, we will find a handful of events that we think you need in on each month. If you’re attending something in London next month (March ’19), let us know and we might feature it in the series!

Art exhibition

Freud, Dalí and the Metamorphosis of Narcissus – Freud Museum, Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead

(3rd October 2018 – 24th Feb 2019)

Painting on loan from the Tate. The exhibit explores the influence Freud had on Dali’s work and surrealism, (Dali was fascinated by Freud’s revolutionary psychoanalysis and studied his theories in great depth as inspiration for his abstract styling). It also explores themes of self-obsession, looking at Greek mythology and the tale of Narcissus and his destructive beauty. The exhibit is presented through the title painting as well as diary entries, drawings, photographs and prints. The primary theme appears to be obsessions whether that be Dali’s with Freud or mankind and himself.

Adult Admission: £9

Visiting hours: Wednesday – Sunday (12pm – 5pm)

Night out

Little Gay Brother – Fabric

(Sunday 10 Feb 2019, 3pm – 12am)

Originally launched at Secret Garden Party in 2012, this is a Queer rave which has graced venues and festivals such as Boomtown, Lovebox, Elrow and of course, Fabric. Find the Facebook page here.

Early Bird Admission: £12.00

Go to RA for tickets

Pub Quiz

Princess of Wales – Clapton

(Every Sunday)

A scenic pub on the canal edge in Clapton, every Sunday for just £2 entry you can enter the pub quiz with prizes including £50 cash and a bottle of wine of your choice.

Admission: £2


Craft Beer Rising ’19 Festival on Brick Lane

(Thursday 21st February – Saturday 23rd February, 6:30pm – 12:30am)

Set against the backdrop of the Old Truman Brewery site, you can enjoy an array of craft beers, cider, street food and music at this annual festival. With 155 breweries from across the world to choose from, you’ll definitely find a new favourite beer. Find the Facebook page here.

Admission: £16.80

Get tickets here


Andreea’s film night – The Chapel Cinema, St Margaret’s house

(Thursday 14 Feb 2019, 6.30pm – 8.30pm)

This is an evening designed for content creators, lovers of film, and artists to network whilst enjoying 6 short films. It is a ticketed event but free of charge.

Admission: Free


Edited by Ruby Hinchliffe

Currently, Helena is working full time in hospitality. When she's not working, she's writing music and was previously a volunteer at the LGBT Centre in Birmingham, UK. Her specific areas of interest are gay rights, political leaders and upcoming artists.

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