There’re all kinds of exciting happenings going on in our fair city over the next few weeks, and as the days grow longer and the promise of our next Bank Holiday sits on the horizon, here at Twenty Something London we don’t think there’s a better time to seize the day (or night) and go do something different. Here’re our top picks for the weeks to come. 1. Succumb to a sensory overload On the 24th of May, see out our last bank holiday in style at The Rite Of Spring – The Great Masquerade. London’s Coronet becomes a labyrinth of fantasy rooms, with banquets, hot tubs, cabaret and much more. Expect the unexpected.
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2. Put off back to work blues Celebrate this month’s last long weekend in style at the Star of Bethnal Green’s May Bank Holiday party. Take to the streets with hundreds of revellers to dance, drink and eat (amazing street food is on offer all day) before heading back to the bar to put off work the next day just that little bit longer. Click here for more info 3. Get ready to Rumpus Start June with a psychedelic bang as on the first Friday of the month Coronet Theatre plays host to Vol 19 of Rumpus. If you’ve got a taste for luxurious debauchery, a penchant for costume, cabaret or just craziness, we suggest getting a ticket to this all-nighter ASAP. Click here for more info 4. Dance somewhere different Bring a breath of fresh air to your boogieing ways on the longest day of the year and head to Hertfordshire on June 21st for One Day, an all day and all night festival with a brilliant soundtrack. Pack your sunnies, as we’ve already decided it’s going to be a scorcher. Click here for more info 5. Treat your ears to new talent Racket London kick off their monthly live music series this Friday at 93 Feet East, their new residency for summer. For £5 you’ll see four acts full of raw talent step out on the stage and sing their hearts out. Judging by the prelisting it’s going to go off. Click here for more info 6. Gorge on Italian goodness This Saturday, treat yourself to a seven course extravaganza of Italian food, cooked by Adha, the man known as the King of Gnocchi, who has worked with both Jamie Oliver and Marco Pierre White (so you know he’s good). Let the convivialta commence! Click here for more info 7. Boogie Boogie Dance People all over the world (or at least South London) join hands and start a soul train on Saturday 24th May as Bussey Building’s long standing bi-monthly event comes back for another night of good times. Expect everything from jazz, funk, ska and D.I.S.C.O, but always dancing. If you've got the moves, this is the place to take them. Click here for more info