Brush of the Blues this January
Got the January blues? I do.
It is quite frankly the ~ worst ~ month of the year, it feels like all the parties have stopped as you try to work out what exactly it is you’re doing with your life; any other third years struggling to work out their next step- I totally get you.
So, why not try to turn this month around? We’re only halfway through and there are some great things to look forward to in London:
This new exhibit and the V & A museum, which explores how fashion has been informed by and exploited nature from its conception to the latest collections- a thought-provoking exhibit going into this year’s F/W 2019 Fashion Week.
Didn’t get around to going skating during the holiday? No need to worry the ice rink is open until the 16th February and is a great way to spend an otherwise dull January evening- get some friends together, have some cocktails and try to skate as best you can…
If you’ve always wanted to watch an NBA game, now is your chance. The Washington Wizards are playing the New York Knicks on the 17th in London.
The talented stand-up comedian, known for her role in Curb Your Enthusiasm, is coming to London’s Union Chapel tomorrow (January 11th), get tickets if you need a laugh at the end of a long week!
Have the Golden Globes got you itching to see new talent? Head to the London Short Film Festival (11th-20th Jan). With multiple dates and venues including the ICA Theatre, Regent Street Cinema and more, the festival is a great way to brighten up these dark January nights.
All of the events have been linked above- I hope the rest of your January is filled with amazing nights out, or in- see our latest review of the newest binge-worthy Netflix series.